Breaking Up is Easy To Do with Childrens Hospital

Childrens Hospital, that hilarious TV show on Adult Swim had an episode that showed how easy it can be to break up with someone – just say something outrageous! Dr. Owen Maestro’s ex- girlfriend/co-worker told him that she had a tumor just to break up with him. How crazy is that?

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That has to beat all of the break up lines I’ve ever heard and I’ve heard some doozies. We’ve all heard about needing space or needing to find myself. Have you ever heard of breaking up because your family doesn’t like your significant other? That hurts. What about, “I need to break up with you because you deserve better?” Yeah, sure!

Then there’s the “we can still be friends” breakup. When I’ve heard that in the past, all I can think of is run away as far as you can! I never wanted to be friends with someone who broke up with me. At least that’s trying to be nice. Hateful breakups are the worst. The ones when people leave a voice mail message or a text instead of saying it face to face, especially if it was a long relationship. The ones where clothing is burned, cars are scratched and the police are called.

One thing is for sure, there’s no reason to break up with Childrens Hospital on Adult Swim. Each episode brings something new and funny.

I have been hired by Warner Bros. WBWord division to promote Childrens Hospital Season 1&2 on DVD. You can purchase a copy here:


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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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