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June 24, 2008

'Baby Borrowers' preview

Here's some preview clips from NBC's "The Baby Borrowers," premiering June 25, where teen couples wanting children get a crash course in parenting by taking care of rented-out toddlers (way to go on starting that reality show resume early, producers of the 37th edition of "The Real World" are sure to be impressed).

Parents monitor the proceedings from a nearby house and can halt the "Handmaid's Tale" antics at any time. Two couples supposedly break up from the baby-changing-station headaches that ensues.

"What's fantastic about the series is the teen couples go on these emotional journeys where they start out being quite arrogant and they find out just how hard parenting is," said executive producer Richard McKerrow in an interview last year. "Hopefully by the end of the show they're a bit more informed about when they want to have babies -- and whom they want to have babies with."


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