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  1. There is nothing like a commercial to ruin an evening's TV entertainment. Before a show even starts, two or three commercials begin the viewing. Then, as the action builds and tension mounts, another two or three minutes of ads break the mood. At the end of the show, the announcer says, "We'll be right back," but it's just a trick to get you to stay tuned for still more commercials. The program is really already over.

    1.   there is nothing
    2.   commercials
    3.   an evening's TV entertainment