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This was a GROUND BREAKING series, and Nicole certainly made it so special. Her unique blend of satirical-dramedy and sex appeal gave the whole show an edge that pushed it to new heights.
Add to that no live audience, and no laugh track, and this was quite a show. It made you think & feel, and demanded your attention. A fine work without an audience. Viewers really didn't know what to think about the show (shades of "UNITED STATES/Larry Gelbhart (Mash), another great series with no audience or laugh track that the viewers tune away from, not knowing what emotion to have at any given time). (what doe this say about our abilities (or lack of abilities) to trust our own response instincts?)
If it ever syndicates (doubtful), BE SURE to check it out!!
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