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when is the eposide with the lucerne suppose to air? i checked the listings for wendesday and didnt see the show..but it comes on tonight on CNBC.
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It's not going to matter. The show won't be returning next season so it's best if you assume that no one will watch this.
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on TV-Guide it said "new" beside the eposide...i dont really keep up with martha's show ;) I could have sworn it was the 23rd that the lucerne eposide was going to air.
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Someone else initially said the 23rd, but when I watched last Wednesday's show, they said " . . . in two weeks . . . " I just turned on CNBC (I'm in Chicago), so if it starts to unfold as the Lucerne episode, I'll post back here immediately.
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Anyone else see the snowflake commercial for the Lucerne?

"windshield washer fluid heated to 147 degrees..."


Wildcat: I appreciate your enthusiasm but how can the Lucerne even compare to this?


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Not even close, just its styling alone is in a whole other league.
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Anyone else see the snowflake commercial for the Lucerne?

"windshield washer fluid heated to 147 degrees..."
Wildcat: I appreciate your enthusiasm but how can the Lucerne even compare to this?
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Not even close, just its styling alone is in a whole other league.

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Just as with the 66 Toronado that 59 is love it or hate it styling. Im not a hater of anything but what mess's with my country, like Asian cars, however beyond interesting folds and bends and the tail shot there is nothing about how the 59 or Martha Stewart came together that pulls me.

Lucerne for my eyes is the first strikingly handsome car to come from Buick since the 95 Riviera and thats 11 years. PA & Lacrosse were mediocre by comparision. Edited by razoredge
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Different Strokes for different folks. :) The '95-'99 Riviera and lastr gen. Park Ave both get a big A+ from me. Styling wise they were both AWSOME! Esp after the portholes. I did not mind them being FWD all that much because they were launched in an era when we had optimism that big RWD cars from GM were just around the corner. That perhaps the B-bodies were right on the cusp of returning. Now years later they do a complete redesign and launch a brand new optimistic (full) size car from Buick and it's a midsize front driver? Leaves me colder than a Witch's Teet. The LaCrosse is way too Camry with a Lexus Nose. :( BTW: there are people out there that hate the styling of the '66 Toronado? Prescription Glasses is all I can recomend.
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I know some of you are like STFU now..but it does come on tonight AGAIN on CNBC at 8PM Eastern Time :). Edited by zoomtm
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