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This week’s Metro column, in which I turn drama critic.

The Manny Show returns for its 7th season in Boston

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  1. Sarah Green says:

    I saw that article, too, Ward. And all I could think was, “Shut UP you stupid fool! Get in the now! Move on! The rest of us have! Get the net!”

    I am not sure what “get the net” means, but it was in Wayne’s World. I think it was when Wayne is reminding his ex-gf, played by a non-skeletal Lara Flynn Boyle, that they have already broken up. And she says, “But that doesn’t mean we can’t still hang out,” and then Wayne says, “Yes, Stacy, that’s exactly what it means.”

    Johnny Damon, this message is for you: “I don’t even own ‘a’ gun, let alone many guns that would necessitate an entire rack. What am I gonna do with a gun rack?” Stick that in your pipe and smoke it!

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