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(From McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.)
Byline: Kristi Turnquist
It's that time of year when the TV schedule resembles an overstuffed, disorganized basement in dire need of sorting. We've got reruns cluttering up the joint. And then there are the seasonal items, summer series as bouncy and lightweight as inflatable beach balls. And finally, we're getting new stuff, some more welcome than others.
And don't forget the sporty goings-on from NBC and its coverage of the U.S. Olympic Trials, leading up to the London Summer Olympics.
If all this doesn't quite constitute an embarrassment of riches, at least there's variety. But where some of these shows are concerned (Charlie Sheen), you might have a better time cleaning up that basement and hauling out the trash ("Anger Management").
Let's get our trash bags at the ready and contemplate what goes, and what stays.
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