The real world has more than enough social networking sites to keep us occupied for decades. The TV world doesn't have the time to address the differences between Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and DoggySpace, though -- not to mention the potential legal issues with placing MySpace at the center of a plot about a child molester. Often, TV shows and movies create catch-all fictional social networks...
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