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Help Wanted: TV Finales

Help Wanted: TV Finales

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Since we talked about being honest in the first hour today, I should confess that I watch Grey's Anatomy pretty religiously. I'm also a fan of Chuck, Lost, and a few other odds and ends. And yes, it was frustrating to have the season cut short by the writers' strike. Nobody's quite sure when any of the top TV programs might be back, though we are hearing more talk of a possible resolution to the strike sometime soon. In the meantime, though, the folks over at New York Magazine got together a group of striking writers and asked them to come up with endings for their favorite shows. We'll talk with several of them today, and ask you to come up with creative (or zany, or wacky) endings to the strike-shortened shows you normally watch.