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This show came out in 1999. I don't remember too much about it, although I do know I enjoyed it a lot. The reason I started watching it was because Kevin Williamson was part of the writing credits. He wrote for my favorite television show Dawson's Creek, so I thought this would be another good show to watch. I was correct in believing this. The cast was remarkable. Marisa Coughlan acts superbly as Dawnie. Marisa was well known for her teen roles, but doing this show about twentysomethings was wonderful for her. It really helped to jump start her career into more mature roles (yeah right, look at the stuff she did after this show... Freddy Got Fingered and Super Troopers). Sasha Alexander as Jesse was another good choice. I saw Sasha in Dawson's Creek as Pacey's brother/Dawson's love interest, and she was great in acting in that too. Just a great up-and-comer. Brad Rowe reminded me a lot of Brad Pitt at the time, and this may be one reason I stuck to watching this show. He was just amazing, and I wanted to see him as much as possible. Sadly this show got canceled. It wasn't even on very long. It was shocking because this show had a great storyline. And it just amazes me that Dawson's Creek has been on for so long, yet this series wasn't even on for too long. Sad how so many good shows get cancelled so quickly.
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