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Published: Thursday, Feb. 4 2010 12:00 a.m. MST

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Missing Info

And the show airs WHEN and WHERE???? Isn't this an important point?

James of Provo

I think this is an awesome concept. They are just going to get flooded with boss nominations.


If you would have read onto the second page, it give that info. After the Super Bowl

"Undercover Boss" premieres Sunday on CBS/Ch. 2 at approximately 8 p.m. MT. That's after the Super Bowl and the post-game show, so exactly when the hourlong show will air depends on how the game goes.

"Boss" will air in its regular time slot on Sunday, Feb. 14, at 8 p.m.

Spring Has Sprung

Pierce is missing the point. The point is not that the show has bad acting and a bad story. The point is that this show promotes every kind of immorality like violence, nudity, defecation in coffee cans, and sex without consequences. It is no wonder this country is such a mess. There was a time in this country when a show like this would never have been allowed on the air, but apparently that time has passed.


Missing-Did you read the second page?? The show is after the Super Bowl on Ch 2.
Anyway, I usually don't like reality shows. But this looks like something I might have a look at.

Read the Whole Article

@Missing Info

If you had read the entire article, you probably would have noticed the end where it says:

"Undercover Boss" premieres Sunday on CBS/Ch. 2 at approximately 8 p.m. MT.

There you go.



@bout John Charity Spring

Sometimes I wonder if he ever reads more than the first paragragh of an article before cutting and pasting his condemnation of all things media. I don't know if you all know this, but back in the day everyone lived just right, and nothing bad ever happened. TV was filled with wholesome correct programing that promoted wholesome ideas like white people's superiority and a women's correct place in life. It was the best, Right John?

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