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Da Ali G Show

The Staines junglist provides his inimitable mix of global reportage and celebrity chat, ably assisted by Kazakhstan's finest journalist, Borat, and the glamorous Bruno (one name - like Madonna).

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Da Cor do Pecado

A Maranhense young woman and a carioca tourist photographer fall for each other and get separated by destiny and a woman obsessed with his family's fortune.

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Dad is a BBC1 sitcom that ran for 13 episodes (each 30 minutes long) over two series and a Christmas special. Described by the BBC as a 'generation-gap comedy', it centered on the trials and tribulations of Alan Hook (Kevin McNally) and his father Brian (George Cole). Alan would often find himself getting increasingly frustrated with the endeavours of his father, whilst the world seemed to be forever against him.

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Dad Camp

Dad Camp a series which tasks a small group of young fathers-to-be to step up and become responsible and caring parents. There is no turning back for the fathers-to-be on "Dad Camp." Unprepared boyfriends, along with their pregnant girlfriends, will work with famed relationship expert Dr. Jeff Gardere. Dr. Jeff, a licensed psychologist and no-nonsense therapist, will take on the challenge to prepare these six young men for fatherhood. In the eight, hour-long episode series, the young fathers will face the inevitable truth: A baby is coming soon, whether they like it or not. Through parenting classes, personal challenges and intense couple and group therapy sessions, each couple will learn the importance of selflessness and the commitment they must make to their unborn child.

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A comedy series about Chris Woods, a stay-at-home father with young children whose wife, Linda, has a demanding career. When Linda graduates from law school, Chris decides to leave his sales job and do the thing he's always wanted to do -- be a stay-at-home dad to his children -- 13-year-old Shannon, 12-year-old Max, 5-year-old Jake, and infant Emily. He loves the "dad" part of the job, but confronts every small irritation -- parents, telemarketers, obnoxious neighbors -- head on. Linda's well-meaning but annoying friend Barb keeps advising him on how to raise his kids and friend Holly tells him constantly how tough stay-at-home parenting can be. Chris also has to defend his domestic situation to his dense best friend Rod (Barb's husband) and his new neighbor, ex-Marine Bobick.

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Daddy Fish

Daddy Fish is about the love of a father for his son who has leukemia.

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Daddy's Girls

Over the course of five seasons, fans have watched Vanessa and Angela Simmons grow up before their eyes on Run's House. Now, with the premiere of Daddy's Girls, viewers can watch the sisters take a step toward independence as they make a permanent move to Los Angeles to set up a west coast office and showroom for their wildly successful pastry tennis shoe and apparel line, and so Vanessa can pursue her acting career. They might be 3000 miles away from home, but the lessons their father, Rev Run, has instilled are with them always... and the Rev is just a phone call away! Daddy's Girls will also introduce viewers to two new faces, cousin and business associate Jessica and friend, Aliceia. Together, the four girls are determined to make it in Los Angeles with the Rev guiding them along the way.

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Honor thy father. Way easier said than done. Especially when your dad's broke, living in your house and ruining your life. Dads explores the often treacherous terrain of the father-son landscape. This series follows two successful guys - and childhood best friends - now in their mid-30s whose relatively stable lives get turned upside down when their pain-in-the-neck patriarchs move in.

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Dad's Army

A classic sitcom about a collection of elderly, unfit, or eccentric citizens unfit for military service who nonetheless plan, with no budget and incompetent training, to defend the British Isles from a possible German invasion at the height of World War II.

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Dad! Where Are We Going?

A reality show featuring five celebrity fathers and their children as they travel to rural places and go on camping missions.

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Dae Jo Young

The life about King Dae Jo Young and other heroes of the Balhae Kingdom. Yi Hae Go is Dae Jo Young's enemy and they both fight for the love of Cho Rin. Cho Rin is from the Georan tribe and she loves Dae Jo Young. But Dae Jo Young ends up marrying King Bojang's niece, Suk Young.

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Dae Mul

Seo Hye Rim is a hot-tempered news announcer who was fired by the broadcasting company, but is later elected to the National Assembly and became the first female president of Korea. She faces political pressure and potential impeachment from Kang Tae San and his followers, but survives with the aid of the prosecutor Ha Do Ya.

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The Daewongun of the title refers to Heungseon Daewongun, or Yi Ha Eung, a descendent of King Yeongjo and regent to King Gojong. He was a key political figure in the last days of Joseon, and is one of the main focuses of the eleventh and last part of the 500 Years of Joseon Dynasty series. This episode details the years spanning from the reign of King Cheoljong to the Empire under Gojong and Empress Myeongseong, and finally the fall of the dynasty.

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Dag is a Norwegian drama/comedy show starring Atle Antonsen as Dag, he is a marital therapist, and he does not have much faith in people or marriage, he lives isolated and alone, and feels that everyone should embrace living like this.

While Dag does his best to maintain his anonymous and withdrawn lifestyle intact, he has to suffer his hopeless friend Benedict, his sensitive sister Marianne, his psycho secretary Malin and numerous of crazy patients.
Yet everything changes when Marianne's friend Eva suddenly shows up and finally puts some feelings into work with the otherwise cold Dag