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What Doesn't Kill Us Makes Us Bitter

by Chuck Lorre

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This is a humorous collection of vanity cards, written by tv producer Chuck Lorre. The cards are found at the end of his shows like "Two & a Half Men", "Big Bang Theory" and "Dharma & Greg". There is a great deal of wit and sarcasm with comments on fame, politics, television, and life in general. It's a cult classic and great coffee table book. Tongue in cheek humor and can be controversial, but all in fun. ( )
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Vanity card: a full-screen production company credit that airs for one second at the end of a TV show. Lorre used his to chronicle an unraveling life and raveling career. Now he presents fifteen years worth of vanity cards from his shows, in a desperate attempt to add value to something which was never intended to have any.… (more)

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