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  • 01:22

    AML AMEEN HARRYS LAW ON MANTALK WITH BILL AND BRENT #1151

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    GUESTS ARE HARVEY WARREN WITH DEBT TALK AND AML AMEEN FROM HARRYS LAW ON NBC. OPRAH CO HOSTS.

  • 00:57

    The Instinct Behind a Dog Attack

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    A child was attacked by the family dog (a french mastiff) last week while jumping on a trampoline.  Today I'll talk about what role the trampoline likely played in this incident.  Also will talk about why a lot of dogs have a hard time in a doggie daycare type of environment.
    In the second half will catch up with Michelle Fournier, founder of Harry's Picks - dog-friendly business reviews and social network for dog lovers.

  • 00:57

    Harry's Picks and Dogs in the News

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    Julie Forbes talks with Michelle Fournier, founder of Harry's Picks.  Harry’s Picks is designed to be the most comprehensive, dynamic, trust-worthy resource for all services, accommodations, parks, beaches, travel tips and more, for living life with your dog. Whether you’re relocating, vacationing, a new dog parent or just looking for something new to do with your pooch, Harry’s Picks can help. 
    Also - Dogs in the news!

  • 00:20

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 12 Season 4 pt 3

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    On October 21, 2008, Showtime commissioned a fourth and fifth season of Dexter, each consisting of 12 episodes.[1] The show's writers convened during February and March 2009 to brainstorm ideas for the fourth season, and filming was scheduled to begin in June 2009.[2] On May 27, 2009, Showtime announced that John Lithgow would guest star in all 12 episodes as Miami's latest and deadliest serial killer, and Keith Carradine would return as Lundy.[3] The fourth season premiered on September 27, 2009, and focused on Dexter attempting to find his way to balance his family life, the birth of his son, and his "extra-curricular" activities.[4] The season received positive reviews before airing, including one from Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly, who saw the fourth season as being "bloody promising".[5] The season opener was leaked to the Internet ahead of schedule in late August 2009.

  • 01:31

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 11 Season 4 pt 2

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x011) Topic: Season 4 pt 2   On October 21, 2008, Showtime commissioned a fourth and fifth season of Dexter, each consisting of 12 episodes.[1] The show's writers convened during February and March 2009 to brainstorm ideas for the fourth season, and filming was scheduled to begin in June 2009.[2] On May 27, 2009, Showtime announced that John Lithgow would guest star in all 12 episodes as Miami's latest and deadliest serial killer, and Keith Carradine would return as Lundy.[3] The fourth season premiered on September 27, 2009, and focused on Dexter attempting to find his way to balance his family life, the birth of his son, and his "extra-curricular" activities.[4] The season received positive reviews before airing, including one from Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly, who saw the fourth season as being "bloody promising".[5] The season opener was leaked to the Internet ahead of schedule in late August 2009.    

  • 01:28

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 10 Season 4

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x10) pt 2   On October 21, 2008, Showtime commissioned a fourth and fifth season of Dexter, each consisting of 12 episodes.[1] The show's writers convened during February and March 2009 to brainstorm ideas for the fourth season, and filming was scheduled to begin in June 2009.[2] On May 27, 2009, Showtime announced that John Lithgow would guest star in all 12 episodes as Miami's latest and deadliest serial killer, and Keith Carradine would return as Lundy.[3] The fourth season premiered on September 27, 2009, and focused on Dexter attempting to find his way to balance his family life, the birth of his son, and his "extra-curricular" activities.[4] The season received positive reviews before airing, including one from Michael Ausiello of Entertainment Weekly, who saw the fourth season as being "bloody promising".[5] The season opener was leaked to the Internet ahead of schedule in late August 2009.    

  • 01:48

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 8 Season 3 pt 3

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x08) Topic: Season 3 pt 3    

  • 01:53

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 9 Season 3 pt 4

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x09) Topic: Season 3 pt 4    

  • 01:58

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 7 Season 3 pt 2

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x07) Topic: Season 3 pt 2    

  • 01:30

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 6 Season 3

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x06) Topic: Season 3   Synopsis: Joshua and Kinte continue go over season 3 as well as give you news about the TV Show Dexter   The third season of Dexter premiered on September 28, 2008,[1] and ended on December 14, 2008.[2] "Our Father", the season premiere, attracted 1.22 million viewers in the United States,[3] making it Showtime's highest-rated drama season premiere since Nielsen Media Research began compiling ratings in 2004.[4] The season's finale, "Do You Take Dexter Morgan?" attracted 1.5 million viewers.[5]   Season three was watched by an average of 1.1 million viewers a week.[5] It received some mixed emotions from critics, which ranged from being praised as "truly and incredibly exciting television" in the San Francisco Chronicle,[6] to "lack[ing] the crackling tension the drama had supplied in previous years" by the Chicago Tribune;[7] the aggregate site Metacritic scored the season at 78 out of 100 based on 13 reviews.   In this season, Dexter kills a man in self-defense and initiates a friendship with the man's brother, Assistant District Attorney Miguel Prado (Jimmy Smits).[1] In the meantime, Rita discovers that she is pregnant, and Debra investigates the murders of a new serial killer, called "The Skinner", hoping to gain a promotion to detective.[9] In addition to Smits, Dexter's third season introduces two recurring characters: Desmond Harrington as Det. Joey Quinn, who becomes Debra's partner when he is transferred from the narcotics department to homicide, and Anne Ramsay as Ellen Wolf, a defense attorney whom Miguel detests.

  • 01:29

    Harry’s Code (A Dexter Podcast) Episode 5 Season 2 Cont

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    Hosts: Joshua & Kinte Show:  (1x05) Topic: Season 2 Cont   Synopsis: Joshua and Kinte continue go over season 2 as well as give you news about the TV Show Dexter   The second season of Dexter premiered on September 30, 2007,[1] and ended on December 16, 2007.[2] "It's Alive", the season premiere, attracted 1.09 million viewers in the United States,[3] making Dexter the first Showtime series to attract more than a million viewers with a season premiere.[4] The season finale, "The British Invasion", attracted 1.4 million viewers,[5] making it the program's most-watched episode until the airing of the season three finale, "Do You Take Dexter Morgan?".[6] Including digital video recorder (DVR) usage, season two was watched by an average of 2.4  million viewers on a weekly basis through 11 full weeks, outperforming season one by 21%.[5] The season received universal acclaim from critics, and was praised as "one of the best shows on TV this decade" by the Chicago Sun-Times,[7] while Variety considers Hall's portrayal of the title character as a "towering achievement, one that eclipses the show's other shortcomings and rough patches";.  

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