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New Fox Cartoon series "Bless the Harts" set in the Triad

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A new Cartoon Series on Fox called Bless the Harts is set in the small town of Greenpoint, North Carolina with Greensboro and High Point as the inspiration. The creator of the show is from High Point 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bless_the_Harts

 

This is the skyline of the fictional town of Greenpoint, NC on the show and it looks remarkably similar to Greensboro's skyline with a Project 561 like tower where Carroll's 20 story tower is suppose to go across from the ballpark. Wonder how much Roy Carroll paid to have that put on the show lol. You can make out the Lincoln Financial Building, Center Pointe, Renaissance Plaza Tower, Wells Fargo Tower and Marriott. A hwy 311 sign also appears in the intro. There is a restaurant called Biscuit Town which is suppose to be Greensboro based Biscuitville. There is a little bit of Winston on the show because the town was built on tobacco.

This is shown on the shows intro 

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I think Greenpoint is the small town they live in, That city looks pretty far away, similar to them being in Burlington, i look forward to learning more about Greenpoint lol.

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Sort of like how Mayberry was based on the town of Mt. Airy on the Andy Griffith Show. But in this case the town name is using parts of the name in the real cities of Greensboro and High Point. You'll probably see parallels to landmarks road names and retail establishments to actual places throughout the duration of the show.

You can look at the intro to the show on YouTube. I think its cool and funny at the same time lol.

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