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Comment of the Day: AY, Mami!

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Both were great lists, but reader AY had an addition to the "yes, please" group:

There was a Spanish woman who did a PBS show with Mario...Claudia Bassols? She managed to make Gwyneth Paltrow the homely little-sister character of the show.

Never heard of her, so we Googled. AY is RIGHT!

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