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I don't understand why a tv-series about all the worst calamities can be so pleasing. We start watching it and we can't stop anymore. It's always dramatic and intense.
The show is about a group of Melrose Place's residents, and all the exaggerated situations that happen with them. Most of the things couldn't happen in real life, at least not with this frequency, but is happening with this group all the time.
Now that it's over, I can choose to watch the 1994's season or the 1998's. I prefer the first, the cast had some changes and a lot of the original one had gone.
I enjoy watching it, it's not a passion like the one I have for Friends, but if I have nothing better to do, and I know that it's on television, even a repeated one, I have to watch it.
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