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TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB
« on: June 13, 2006, 04:17:44 PM »



JAMIE OPENS UP A NEW CHAPTER IN HER LIFE, AS THE WOMEN FACE A NEW SET OF CHALLENGES AND QUESTIONS, ON "TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB," JULY 11 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK

"Chapter Four: The Things We Do For Men" -- Jamie opens up a new chapter in her life, as the women from Scottsdale are confronted with a new set of challenges and questions in their lives, on TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB, Tuesday, July 11 (10:00- 11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

For the first time, Jamie is living on her own, with no husband, no rules and a new apartment. She's also celebrating something else in her life -- her new salon -- and is planning a party to kick off its opening. Meanwhile, Cris questions her husband's dedication to their family when he has trouble focusing on finding a new career. Kirin tries her hand at something she loves and finds that she's good at more than just being her family's housekeeper. Lynn's realizes that she's been living a lie and is ready to come clean to Eddie, while Sara begins to recognize that starting her own clothing business will require sacrifices she’s not ready to make.

   The women of the TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB are:

- CRIS ("The Loyal Wife"); age 39; animal trainer for movies and television
- SARA ("The Party Girl"); age 26; loan manager and aspiring clothing designer
- JENN ("The Trophy Wife"); age 38; housewife
- JAMIE ("The Conflicted Wife"); age 25; salon owner
- KIRIN ("The Doctor's Wife"), age 31; housewife, motivational speaker to young girls and former professional model
- LYNN ("The Newlywed"); age 28; speech-language pathologist
- TINA ("The Divorced Mom"); age 46; owns and operates her own marketing business

TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB is a one-hour series which explores the good, the bad and the surprising elements of life in suburbia as seen through the eyes of a group of seven women from Scottsdale, Ariz. who get together each Tuesday night to reconnect and discuss everything in their lives, from sex to spouses to inner-most conflicts. 

TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB is produced by The Jay and Tony Show for Magic Molehill Productions, Inc.  Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh are executive producers.


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Re: TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2006, 02:35:31 PM »
I tried to watch, but could last 5 minutes.
Because sometimes the way to feel good about yourself is by making someone else feel bad. I am tired of making others feel good about themselves.

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Re: TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2006, 04:14:32 PM »
You lasted longer than I did CL  :lol:

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Re: TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2006, 07:38:11 PM »
With this and "How to get the Guy"  I am longing for the days of AR in the summer. :jam:
Because sometimes the way to feel good about yourself is by making someone else feel bad. I am tired of making others feel good about themselves.

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Re: TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2006, 12:20:50 AM »
CBS Pulls 'Tuesday Night Book Club'
Thursday June 22 6:34 PM ET


The final chapter may have been written for CBS' "Tuesday Night Book Club." The reality series was pulled from the CBS schedule after two low-rated episodes, a network spokesman said Thursday.

The June 13 premiere drew about 5 million viewers, with only about 4 million tuning in for the second airing. In contrast, reruns of CBS' popular "CSI" crime drama franchise are drawing 11 million viewers and up.

The Tuesday reality show, which followed the lives of members of a book club in Scottsdale, Ariz., will be replaced by reruns of "48 Hours Mystery."

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There was no word on whether the six remaining episodes of "Tuesday Night Book Club" will be aired


 

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