Is airing the ever so controversial episode of Hannah Montana tomorrow. I sure hope they changed some things so it's not so fake and stupid.

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Yeah, it's funny now, but it made me really mad when I was 11 and read it. I threw the book across the room and then never read another Baby Sitters Club book ever again.
Which one is this? My kids watch this show occasionally and have never told me anything about someone with diabetes. Something new and exciting for our management?
oh the episode title is no sugar sugar I think it is. It might have a different title for us in the states but that's what it was in europe, I'll have to look it up for you so you know. ahh found the title, Uptight (oliver's alright).
How did the HM show go? She did a concert in Seattle last week or so.

There is a series on the movie channel Starz called Crash. The 2nd episode this season had someone get T1 at about 55 or so. They were so paranoid about the consequences of missing a little insulin because of a bubble! Her son was putting together the dose, reading the paper insulin insert/instructions, and it made me giggle how deadly they and their doctor made it sound! Way dramatized, but not too far off.
I actually thought they did a good job of it. they had a joke of Food police involved in it. Haha.
I just want to point out about Glee, the woman who said that is also pretending to be pregnant.. she is crazy. thats the point.. dont judge, they meant to make it weird.. the show is hilarious! :)

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