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Three Takes is a lifestyle-based show that appears on the Slice Network in Canada. The show is hosted by Andrea Bain, Christine Diakos, and Jack Hourigan, who are respectively single, married, and divorced. The show is aimed mainly at women, and the three hosts have been selected with the hopes that most women will be able to identify with at least one of them. The three hosts typically discuss relationships and beauty and fashion tips, with each woman giving her perspective on these matters.

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