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"Nothing Sacred" was a truly unique show: combing good, old fashioned Catholicism with it's effects in the modern day USA. Not to mention it mixed drama and comedy just fine, while making you think about yourself. It was nowhere as controversial as some made it out to be and suffered a quick death. Tthough, it should still be on today. It's a shame no one has decided to air it.
If you get the chance, you need to watch it at least once. The series was truly under appreciated.
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