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Comic Amanda Seales hosts a fast-paced, pop-culture-laced series that counts down the do's and don'ts of topics like weddings, animal videos, sports, politicians and unintentionally funny inventions, infomercials and products.

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aired 366 days ago
Eight steps to building the body you've been dreaming about.
aired 366 days ago
Host/life coach Amanda Seales shares the golden rules needed to make the most out of life.
aired 366 days ago
Learning how to maximize beach time; mingling with the locals; the proper way to bring home those memories so they last a lifetime.
aired 373 days ago
Amanda Seales reveals how to make a pet the best on the block.
aired 373 days ago
Host Amanda Seales breaks down the key steps to landing and keeping the person of your dreams.
aired 421 days ago
Host Amanda Seales reveals how to give an unforgettable performance that will blow an audience away.
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Amanda Seales teaches the vital steps to throwing a bash guests will never forget, from the most over-the-top extravagance to the insanity that is the dance floor.
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Host Amanda Seales saves the day with the essential rules for parenting like a boss, from teaching kids respect to preserving their innocence to making sure they don't kill their younger siblings.
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Amanda shares critical tips on how to produce an amazing newscast, from creating chemistry between anchors, to dealing with drunk hecklers.
aired 442 days ago
Amanda Seales shares how to have the most fun under the sun.
aired 442 days ago
From dominating dorm life to boosting school pride, Amanda reminds students that sometimes they need to put down the books and have a good time.
aired 449 days ago
Eight key tips to become a world-class globetrotter.
aired 449 days ago
Tips to become an amazing parent.
aired 455 days ago
Eight crucial tips to creating the ultimate viral video.
aired 456 days ago
Host Amanda Seales serves up tasty tips needed to broaden the palate, savor the flavor and celebrate the sweetness of food.
aired 462 days ago
Amanda Seales gives eight tips dedicated to having an amazing night out.
aired 463 days ago
Amanda Seales dives into the most unbelievable legends, myths and mysteries, from undead celebs to the Titanic to Kim Kardashian's derriere.
aired 463 days ago
Amanda Steales reveals eight tips to have a killer look.
aired 470 days ago
Host Amanda Seales reveals eight crucial tips for taking fandom to the next level.
aired 477 days ago
Amanda Seales shares seven key tips to make the most out of every holiday including how to decorate, dress and feed guests.
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Amanda Seales shares eight critical tips on how to make an amazing viral video, starring animals; cashing in on the internet's biggest stars.

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