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While they were filming this in various locations in San Diego I knew just from being a part of this show that it was going to flop. The actors needed work, the filming was dizzy to watch on TV and the actors were virtually unknowns that luckily went on the do better shows (some did worse). I was an extra on every show they filmed and although it was fun . . I did everything from playing a runner w/Jason Behr to being on the swim team with Maureen Flannigan. I do have both episodes on VHS (mainly because I was in them) which I watch once in awhile . . and yes the show isn't "that" bad and there's a lot more crap on TV these days that is much worse than "Push" ever was. I must say it was fun being a part of this show . . too bad it didn't take off.
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