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The Two Coreys

Written by PETA | July 30, 2007

I know I just blogged about this on Friday, but I just couldn’t resist another entry . . . OK, so maybe it has a little something to do with the fact that I grew up with The Lost Boys and The Goonies, but I absolutely loved the premiere of the new A&E reality show The Two Coreys last night. Of course, it could also have a little something to do with the fact that the plot centered around a dinner meeting with KFC Campaigner Nicole Matthews.

Here’s the description from the producers:

After a long hiatus, the “Two Coreys” are finally reunited when Corey Haim comes to stay with his best friend, Corey Feldman, and his wife, Susie. But a lot has changed in the years they have been apart—Feldman is married, a devout vegetarian, animal activist, and a non-smoker. Haim, still single and a committed carnivore, finds himself at odds with Feldman’s new lifestyle and struggles to adjust to the rules of the house. The tension peaks when Haim disrupts an important dinner meeting between the Feldmans and a PETA representative.

You can check out the re-run Friday (August 3) at 11pm, Saturday (August 4) at 3am and 1pm, Sunday (August 5) at 5pm and Sunday (August 12) at 2pm. All times are Eastern Standard Time.

Here’s a clip to whet your appetite, and you can click here to read our interview with Corey Feldman and his wife Susie.

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  • Maria Isabel says:

    How rude is it to order pizza to someone else’s house when they’ve invited you over for dinner?

  • stephanie says:

    Oh my gosh. I grew up worshiping the two coreys. I loved all their movies and am so happy to see them back together at that. after watching the first episode and a comment that feldman said about we need to learn from our mistakes and evolve from what we once were during the dinner with PETA rep. honestly has changed me. since watching the show i have made steps to becoming a vegan which is great. I haven’t eaten anything with animal or biproducts and restocked my fridge with “vegan” type food. it is great. I love the two coreys.

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