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Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

I've always enjoyed the holiday segments - but this year, in particular, what I've seen so far is just great. Maybe it's the mood I'm in.

Right now watching the Westchester Christmas Parade - and enjoying every second. Looks like a great town with great people

Last night at 2 a.m. caught Jill & Mom in the kitchen.

Followed by Dan Wheeler w/Willie Nelson. Should have gone to sleep, but the show was just too good turn off.

OMG - the audience at QVC that day sure did WIN THE LOTTERY!!! Concert tickets cost a fortune - and seats up front and personal?? Fuhgeddaboutit!!!!

Outstanding program.

I'm not spending what I did at QVC now that I'm older - but one thing hasn't changed.......

I LOVE QVC!!!

Wishing a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone at QVC who bring QVC into our homes all year round.

Isabella4ever

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

Yes, I really enjoyed it too. We were home most of the holiday and had QVC on in the background. They did an excellent job this year. Thank you QVC!!

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

Jill really does well with her show...she could have a show on national TV she is that good.
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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

Sorry guys I gotta disagree. It was dull as dishwater. I'm not in their town, I have no interest in Christmas parades and If I want to hear Willie Nelson or Barry Manilow I'll buy a CD or turn on a VH1 Classic or MTV Classic. In my view I am glad I turned it off, no I vote thumbs down on it.

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

I thought it was really boring. I didn't have it on much, but I saw that they were doing the parade, and I saw a little bit of Dolly Parton and Barry Manilow. I changed channels as soon as I saw what they were doing. I would much prefer seeing the hosts and hearing about their Christmas traditions or watch them cook like they've done in years past.

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

It seemed that every time I clicked on the Q while cooking it was that parade. Not too exciting.

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

Boring
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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

I briefly tuned in midday and wasn't interested in any of the features...I recall past years being better produced...more interesting...

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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

I've enjoyed all the programming, but it seems to be very limited and therefore repetitive ~ very much enjoyed segments with Jill, Amy, Courtney and a short bit with Mary Beth. The singers were all interesting and entertaining ~ Wiilie, Barry, Dolly, Train. I would have liked to have seen more hosts/vendors involved. I remember watching Joan Rivers reading a Christmas story to some children ~ I think this year's could have been more varied, maybe next year .
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Re: Just Gotta Say - LOVIN' THE QVC CHRISTMAS PROGRAMMING

irish.....I remember when Joan was reading to the children...wouldn't it have been nice if they showed it this year....

I prefer seeing just the Hosts telling about their traditions...cooking with their children...things more personal...I didn't mind the parade...but wasn't interested in seeing the celebrities as I had seen them when they first came to the Q....