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Can 'Sex and the City' Be 'Family Friendly'?

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Can 'Sex and the City' Be 'Family Friendly'?

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Can 'Sex and the City' Be 'Family Friendly'?

Can 'Sex and the City' Be 'Family Friendly'?

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HBO's Emmy-winning show Sex and the City was known for its bawdy tales of four single girlfriends in New York and their different trysts and relationships. As the series begins national syndication on cable's TBS next week, critics worry whether editing can really make the show appropriate for a family friendly channel. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.

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