Echo Point (1995– )

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22 August 2001 | by (Adelaide, Australia) – See all my reviews

Although it seemed to have been nigh-on universally reviled when it came out, I have to admit that I quite liked "Echo Point", mainly for the character of Edwina. Played by the rather sexy Jessica Napier, she was a most delectable little sugarbunny, I thought. Given how few other people seemed to share my love of the show, however, it was sadly axed after only one season, and I remember being quite devastated when I first learnt of its impending demise. Thankfully, most of the individual stories on the show were neatly wrapped up by the final episode although there were a few things that were left hanging in the air. What became of the historic tree that was going to be cut down (and which Frannie chained herself to in an effort to save it if I remember correctly), and did that little girl (whose name I can't remember) ever get lucky with that boy who she had the hots for? We will never know. Oh well.


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