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These countries were chosen in order to be inclusive of major religions, geographical regions, and policies towards prostitution."Getting On" is about the nurses and patients at an elder care facility -- a remake of a British series that hammers home the sad truth that aging is awful.And "Ja'mie: Private School Girl" is the latest Chris Lilley import that HBO has picked up, this time focusing on Lilley's least likeable character and proving the sad truth that a little bit of a purposefully annoying character goes a long way and a lot of that same character makes a half-hour seem like half a century. If it can be said that HBO is willing to take a swing at just about anything, it should be noted that making contact at a better percentage would also be nice.At that time, the names of the seven defendants were still suppressed by a court order.However, we were privy to this poorly kept secret; every woman in the room was related to one or more of the men.