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One of my wife's and my guilty pleasures is the TV show "Revenge", which airs Sunday nights on ABC. The protagonist on that show, Emily Thorne, is worth hundreds of millions of dollars, and drives a Lexus IS C on the show. The actress that plays Emily Thorne is Emily VanCamp. Lexus is paying for some product placement, as another character drives a GS, and one episode featured an appearance by an LFA.

My wife has only owned econoboxes until now, so I like to tease her by saying, "You drive the same kind of car as Emily Thorne."

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