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English SAP

English SAP for spanish (or other foreign language) stations
 
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Lots of english language stations have the option to hear the show in spanish, or french. Well, why not English SAP (Second Audio Program) for spanish stations? I mean Sabado Gigante is pretty funny when I don't know whats going on. It would have to be better if I could understand the weird rules to the games they play, or why some person is dressed so oddly. And I know that I'm not the only person who enjoys Spanish soap operas.

On a similar note, when searching the bakery to see if this already existed, I came across quite a few entries involving the phrase poor sap. maybe too many. . .

notme, Nov 19 2002

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       SAP?
angel, Nov 20 2002
  

       Thank you. We don't have them here (at least, not on terrestrial; I don't have cable/satellite).
angel, Nov 20 2002
  


 

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