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This show is supposed to be set in San Antonio, but looks nothing like it. San Antonio has no mountains and is not in a desert. Looks more like a rural backwater than a large city. I doubt the writers have been to San Antonio or Texas.
The plot has a patient who needs a neurosurgeon, but the only one is finishing a surgery in Houston (which the writers obviously don't realize is 200 miles away). San Antonio has no neurosurgeon? Really? A city of 1.3 million people? I could overlook the sizable factual flaws if the characters weren't so one one dimensional, bland and predictable. The plot does nothing to grab your interest. No humor. No suspense. Just boring.
Texas is such an interesting place. Diverse cultures, a nice variety of natural disasters, hospitals that deal with urban problems and transfers from far flung rural areas and "Perrycare" all could have provided interesting story lines. But no, the writers stick to the already overdone stereotypes. What a waste.
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