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Charles S. Dutton,
I remember this show, and how different it was from any other show before and after it's time. It was funny, but had a dramatic edge to it which made it real and believable. The actors were excellent and the storylines were compelling, but at the same time some humour would be thrown in, which set this show apart from the rest. This was another Fox Network show that I was really sorry to see cancelled. Fox Network seemed to be willing to try new and different things in the late '80s, early '90s, but as the cancellation proved for this show, they just became another "homogenized" network in a TV world filled with mediocrity.
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