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It's well written, well developed. Ther are many stories that intertwine, but unlike many other shows, stories do not drag and feel boring.
True, the show has grown quite "darker" with age, but is that not a natural progression? This show deals head on with social issues such has Organized Crime, Pedophilia, Rape, Kidnapping, Suicide, Racism, Drug Addiction, Obsession and the Power of the Press.
All this from a show about a High School.
The only real bad thing is that it's hard to become a fan of the show, at this point. Not that it matters, cause the show will probably end soon.
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