Java jive

Baldwin, Kristen
January 1996
Entertainment Weekly;1/19/96, Issue 310, p12
Reports that sitcom stars consume a lot of coffee. The amount of coffee consumed per week; The preferences of the stars; Names of machines used to make the coffee.


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