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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful:

This show gave me a break from summer reruns.

Author: Lovecats from Warner Robins, Ga.
11 August 1999

Although I don't remember when this show was on prime time, I was glad TNT showed all the episodes this summer. Since cop dramas have become my favorite shows these days, I really enjoyed seeing them one after the other. If TNT shows them again, I will watch. It was strange to see George Clooney with a lot of hair. But slicked back hair and all, he and the rest gave enjoyable performances in my opinion.

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6 out of 9 people found the following review useful:

What An Excellent Show!!

Author: HawksRevenge from United States
28 December 2006

I couldn't help but to comment on this show based on the review "For Those Who Love Bad Mysteries" I am a fan of the show's Matt Houston, Paradise and Bodies Of Evidence, because of the star Lee Horsley and the producer James Conway.

The shows produced by this pair spanned over a ten year period and were intelligent and well written. I take exception to people who leave reviews and never give shows a chance.

Bodies of Evidence spanned two seasons and a total of 16 episodes, which means it was never given a chance. Is this how George Clooney got recognized for his role in E.R and Feature Films? I especially enjoyed seeing Denise Richards as a late teen murdered on a beach(Because I loath her very existence) For Those Who Enjoy Bad Mysteries?, not a chance and that dunce should be flogged!!

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0 out of 8 people found the following review useful:

For those who love bad mysteries

Author: misslu from Reston, VA
25 January 1999

This program is consistently bad and horrible overacted. Normally decent actors were trapped in predictable story lines - the only question of an episode was who would say 'I'm a cop' and how many times it would be said. (At least in every episode.) George Clooney, the golden boy of ER, gave no indication of his dramatic talents, although his slicked back hair certainly was interesting. Lee Horsley resembled Rock Hudson, without the magnetic ability. That being said, if you enjoy bad cop dramas, this is mindless enough. It could best be described as any police portions of Knots Landing, perhaps because it had one of the same producers.

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