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      Meet The Frockers

      The biggest prom store in America, Peaches, has over 500 customers daily and sells more prom, sweet sixteen, and quincenera dresses than anywhere in the country!

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      Meatball Mafia

      Meet the Fortes—a big friggin’ Italian family who own one of the most successful Italian restaurants in New Jersey, “The Godfather of East Hanover” pizzeria. 

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      Junk Hunters

      One person’s junk is another person’s treasure — and with thousands of miles of flea markets from coast to coast, there’s lots of junk to be found and eccentric people to talk to. Enter Dave Bird and Val Myers, who are bringing back their hit television series, “Junkin” with an interactive twist.

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      What The Coasts Don’t Know

      Emily Baldwin is not your everyday fashion trendsetter. She’s smart, sassy and opinionated and…she lives in Kansas City!

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      Cooking Together

      As executive chef at “Casa del Loy”,a doctor, teacher, writer and inventor, Dr. Randall Allen Loy has his hands full with a wife and his four sons.

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      Ranch Family

      Meet the Warr’s — not your typical American family…with 10,000 acres of land, 800 head of cattle, fifty horses, four kids, three dogs, two grandparents….it’s one forgotten way of life.

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      I Work With Dummies

      The world’s number one puppet maker, Tim Selberg, has a peculiar family-owned business that creates ventriloquist figures for the biggest names in television, theater and film.

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