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    Mayor Rob Ford Gets a TV Show

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford tells to the media to get off his property as he leaves his home in Toronto on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013. A judge on Wednesday ordered the release of police documents in the drug case against a friend of Ford. Peter Jacobsen, a lawyer for various Canadian news organizations that pushed to release the records, said the case against Alexander Lisi involves the mayor. (AP Photo/, Nathan Denette)

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    Drugs, sex, and politics all make for great TV, which means Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is already the breakout reality show star of the year. On Thursday, not long after a bizarre quip about oral sex, Canada's Sun News Network announced that Ford and his brother, a City Council member, will be hosting a TV show called Ford Nation, launching Monday. "Mayor Ford seems to be in a no-holds-barred mode," the network warned. "There is no filter. There is no careful treading." Ford has been under fire after admitting he smoked crack in a "drunken stupor," and has now faced a slew of allegations about drug use, drinking alcohol while driving, and bringing an alleged escort back to the office.

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