SOAPNet's 'Breakfast in Bed'

It's almost depressing to think of the number of hours spent in bed or on the couch on Saturday and Sunday mornings this year watching SOAPNet's "Breakfast in Bed" block. Or, to be more precise, old reruns of "Beverly Hills, 90210." Because let's not kid here: It's fun to watch Seth banter and Ryan brood on repeats of "The O.C.," but the nostalgia response doesn't kick in for that show the way it does for "90210" classic. Plus, it's fun to play spot-the-future-star (Peter Krause! James Pickens Jr.! Dean Cain!) in the old episodes.<br>
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<i>-- <a href="http://twitter.com/Zap2itRick">Rick Porter</a>, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>
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It's almost depressing to think of the number of hours spent in bed or on the couch on Saturday and Sunday mornings this year watching SOAPNet's "Breakfast in Bed" block. Or, to be more precise, old reruns of "Beverly Hills, 90210." Because let's not kid here: It's fun to watch Seth banter and Ryan brood on repeats of "The O.C.," but the nostalgia response doesn't kick in for that show the way it does for "90210" classic. Plus, it's fun to play spot-the-future-star (Peter Krause! James Pickens Jr.! Dean Cain!) in the old episodes.

-- Rick Porter, Zap2it

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