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October 28, 2008

'Daisies' creator Fuller on competing against Obama

Asked "Pushing Daisies" creator Bryan Fuller how he feels about airing against the Barack Obama ad Wednesday night -- and potentially receiving a viewership surge by virtue of his show being the only entertainment program on at 8 p.m. among the major broadcast networks.

His reply:

I certainly have hopes and dreams of the Republican party saving our show. But I'm also hopeful there are a vast majority of Democrats that already know who they're voting for and will be voting for 'Daisies' instead of some silly old political ad (vote Obama!).


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