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I watched the first two episodes expecting allot from Mr.Williamson, whom I'm a big fan of.I didnt see any of his wit cool writing or pop culture references here.I just saw a bunch of characters moving through the motions. Obviously allot of people think simular thoughts since the show is doing terrible. I remember this problem with the first season of Melrose.Theres no antagonist to stur things up and its basically just a bunch of people whining about life.And to think they used to think that Thirtsomething was whiny.At least that was well written.Whats up with the story about the girl being hasseled about her accent.Do I hear harrasment in the workplace. Give me a break. Id like to see this show survive but it needs some reworking. Oh did I mention that everyone was pretty? That was the best part of the show.
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