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My Favorite American TV Program

by Mitsuru Ito
(Tokyo, Japan)

"Full House" is my favorite TV program. It is a family drama about The Turners. The story is set in San Francisco. The main characters are as follows: Danny is the father; D.J., Steph, and Michelle are his daughters; Jess is his brother-in-law; and Joey is his best friend.

I was 4 years old when I first watched "Full House" on TV. Then, NHK rebroadcasted it.

Last year, I bought its DVD. I usually watch it in my free time.

The household often eats cereal with milk and sandwiches for breakfast. I eat similar food as breakfast now in spite of liking Japanese food (natto, tofu, and so on). Maybe this TV program has had a big influence on me.

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