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I have watched a few episodes of the new series and liked it a lot. "Teddie Cochran" Geena Davis (Thelma and Louise) is very cute and witty. This show to me has the type of flair that the Mary Taylor Moore and Murphy Brown shows had. From all the new shows of this season this show take first place. The cast is great! It has Paul Horton (Thirty Something)! I liked Paul Horton's work in that show and I am still mad that he died on that show. I loved his character and the memory of him dying in "Thirty Something" is very vivid! Oh, well sorry for taking a tangent, but after all those years, I am, still mad at that episode! "Max" Paul Horton's character is a very lovable character. He tries very hard to understand Teddie's kind of idiosyncracies. Teddie is so competitive. She wants a Ferrari, and all material things and he wants a small house with kids. This reflects well the society we live in.
"Hillary" Mimi Rogers (The Mirror has two faces) makes a great friend and she is good as well. I love this show, and hopefully it will be on for many seasons. I recommend this show!
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