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I am watching NBC. Yes my dear Americans, your NBC. I just have one question - how do you guys survive the commercial breaks? They come on how often? Every 4 minutes? It is driving me nuts. In Europe, you know "the old world", where TV Stations also make a lot of money, we have a commercial break once every 30 minutes. How long do you guys take to watch one episode of Law & OrderI? I mean, for real - WTF? :lol:

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That's one thing I hate about watching tv whilst in America! A ridiculous amount of commercials! In the uk if you half a 30 min show then there will be one ad break. If you have an hour show there will be 4!

There are some channels (BBC) that don't have any and you can watch your entire show uninterrupted! Don't know how you yanks deal with it!

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In continetal Europe we have even less (or at least the 5 countries I have watched a great ammount of tv in). In one hour show we have two, sometimes three depending on the channel. About one every 30 minutes. Most countries also have some channels without ad breaks (or almost), usually the ones that get money from the state. Do american also have to put up with that many breaks during shows like CSI or any other primtime stuff? Or is it just daytime tv that is that excessive?

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