The Pirates Of Prime Time

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Michelle Chaplin can't get enough Sex and the City. She has seen virtually all 66 episodes of the series--some of them, like the one in which Samantha tries to seduce a priest, repeatedly. But unlike most people, who pay an extra $13 a month on their cable bills to get HBO, which carries the show (and is owned by TIME's parent company AOL Time Warner), Chaplin gets her Sex and the City free. Using a program called Morpheus, she goes online and downloads any episode she wants in as little as 10 minutes. Then she watches her haul on the computer....

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