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Dearly departed

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Obituaries for shows signing off in the 2012-13 TV seasonBy Vinnie Penn Special to MSN TVThere's something in the water in Tinseltown. The 2012-2013 TV season is seeing a record amount of solid programming, from reality shows to children's programs to sitcoms to drama, signing off, getting booted off or getting cut off. From megahits "30 Rock" and "The Office" to the potentially obscure "Dragon Ball GT" and "Dirty Jobs," there are a slew of casualties. I filled in for the obit writer on the newspaper I first wrote for in my hometown of New Haven once (and got written up for how I went about it; I wanted to "take obits to the next level"), so I am the perfect guy to send these shows off in style. Rest in syndicated (some anyway) peace. Bing: More about Jenna Fischer | 'The Office'Which show will you miss the most? Connect and sound off on Facebook and Twitter(NBC)
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