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This show was widely advertised before its final release on Monday night. This show really sucks, it's boring and unrealistic. Aaron spelling tries using cute actors and actresses, in order to lure young viewers to watch his show. But this time, it's not working as it has for his other shows. The scripts for the show are very poorly written. The actors themselves are not very good either.The show is just an unrealistic portrayal of firefighters running about unrealistically to save lives. This show has generally been one of the most disappointing shows on the WB this season.
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