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Rebecca and Amy are a pair of sexy young television reporters working for a respected "60 Minutes"-like newsmagazine. Receiving their story assignments from New York producer Francis Casey, the girls travel across the country in their specially equipped van solving crimes, reporting the news, and getting involved in the lives of others. Jason Cook was the host of the show, "The American Report". Written by
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This show came out at the height of the popularity of Charlie's Angels and will always be remembered as nothing but a cheap imitation. The only difference was that there were only two girls on this show as opposed to three. Also, the acting from the two leads had nowhere near the chemistry that the Angels had. I just bet that Priscilla Barnes doesn't put this show on her resume, unlike the show that helped make her famous, "Three's Company".
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