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A fine Canadian production, filled with good plots, a lot of romantic/erotic tension between some of the characters, and genuinely likeable people. Canadian TV has come along way from the days when I was a kid, watching hokey, badly acted, and poorly produced attempts to bring Canadian culture to the small screen. The Associates, along with other fine Canadian shows like Cold Squad, DaVinci's Inquest, and Power Play, show that we are very capable of producing excellent TV that, I wager, even Americans would love!
Worth a watch. 8/10
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