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So Who Will Watch Kid Nation 2?

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  1. 1. Has the first Kid nation hooked you? Will you watch KN2?

    • Definitely
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    • No Way!
      2
    • I want to see how this one ends.
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We are halfway through the first season of Kid Nation. The show isn't what I expected, but I watch it every week with my family. There are rumors that season 2 is in the works. So will you watch?

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I didn't think I was going to like this show at all, but these kids really are endearing and fun to watch. And since I am a reality TV junkie with no cable TV, sign me up for my next dose, thank you. :)

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If it ends as I expect by portraying kids as being more good than bad, having learned important life lessons\values, then I will watch the next season. If they decide to leaving some kids hanging as rotten, or quitters, or lazy, or any other negative qualities, then I will consider the show a failure, and not worth watching.

My confidence level is pretty damn near 100% that the intent of this show is about success, not failure, and all the kids will be perceived as winners in final episodes; several being shown as having over come some kind of adversity to become a better person.

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How this ends won't effect if I'll watch it another season. The ending doesn't matter to me. ...just as long as I'm entertained. It drags and can be boring, but its still better than anything else I want to watch in this time slot. So, if that's the case next season and the rest of the house is interested then we'll watch. They'll have to add more twists or drama to keep it alive.

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I think I'd watch another season. It's better than I thought it would be. I love ALL the kids! I don't have any children to watch the show with me, but I'm glad that there is something suitable for kids to watch on a prime-time slot. Unless you have cable.

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TCSLUVSTV, but you have three cats. That counts for something. Pets are kids that never grow up. :animated_bouncy:

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I find this show very interesting.

It shows a great display of perseverance!

It has shown how people of various backgrounds.races.religious beliefs can work together in making a community.

If we look around at today

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Absolutely I'll be watching. I enjoy the show and the fact that it's family friendly and I can discuss it with the kids I mentor and my neices/nephews. I'll be doing my student teaching internship next fall so I can discuss it with my class then. In all fairness though, I'd watch even if I didn't work with kids. I like reality shows and having one that's not full of vulgarity and nastiness is excellent. It also fits my schedule since I didn't watch television on Wednesdays and can easily fit in an hour on that night. (especially since the new "Bionic Woman" sucked so bad and held my attention for not even 1/4 of the first episode and I still tried to stick with it for 3 more episodes before realizing I couldn't care less about any of the characters)

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If there is ever a Kid Nation 2, of course I'll watch it.

For me, the best part of the show was seeing kids who made me feel that there is indeed hope that the next generation will be able to cope with life's demands. I'm not saying that these particular kids will end up leading us all, but certainly if these are some of our best and brightest, there must be others.

I was reading a news story about another upcoming reality TV show called Baby Borrowers, when I came across a little Kid Nation mention which leads me to believe that if ever there will be a Kid Nation 2, it will not be filmed in New Mexico. Possibly Idaho, though! LOL

Idaho, like New Mexico, has a set of lenient child labor laws that provide an exemption for entertainment programs. After Kid Nation was filmed, legislators in New Mexico clamped down on the exemption.

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Any news on Kid "Fast Food" Nation? II :animated_bouncy:

Where a bunch of kids age 8 - 15 are so fat from eating fast food that Bob and Gillian become camp counsolers forcing kids to loose 100+lbs each to prove that they can loose just as much weight as adults.

Seriously, any news if there will be a Kid Nation II?

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