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Love, Inc.

Love, Inc.

Love, Inc. is an American sitcom that began airing on UPN on September 22, 2005 until May 11, 2006. In its first and only season, it was aired right after Everybody Hates Chris. It was created by Andrew Secunda a former writer at Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Saturday TV Funhouse, who performs frequently at the UCB Theatre. Love, Inc. was based on an article written by Elana Berkowitz in The New York Times. It was one of the many sitcoms canceled due to The WB and UPN becoming the The CW network. Every episode title references the name of a television show. The shows title was also inspired by a Canadian Dance music act of the same name. The shows original title was Wing Woman. ... more on Wikipedia

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