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Polished Edge: Nick Jonas, who recently guest starred on “Hawaii Five-0” on CBS


Polished Edge: Nick Jonas, who recently guest starred on “Hawaii Five-0” on CBS


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“I really like scripted dramas. My favorite show of all time would have to be ‘Lost’ -- I loved how the writers and producers were able to weave the different storylines together, and the acting in that show was incredible. I like shows that are along those lines. ‘Breaking Bad’ is another incredible show -- the characters, the acting and the story -- all of it is addicting to watch. One of my favorite TV shows at the moment is ‘Homeland.’ It’s just one of those shows that you get sucked into.”
 

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