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Malcolm in the Middle: Traffic Jam

If you've ever had to go on a long car ride with your family in the hot sun, then you can probably relate to the Malcolm in the Middle episode Traffic Jam. Back to Article

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-CamrynT-
-CamrynT- wrote:
2013-04-25 15:33:49 -0700

I used to watch this show all the time! I wish it was still on. Frown

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