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Significance of the Wizard of Oz references
The show Fairly Legal employs some references to The Wizard of Oz (also note the usage of "The Yellow Brick Road Song" as theme song), in particular Kate using different roles as knicknames on her ...
Sep 18 '13 at 16:28
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