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Paula Jai Parker,
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Jeffrey D. Sams
You can tell a show is doomed when they change the name after the first episode has aired. Why even bother? Just cancel it now and save us the agony of watching the show die! Another sign of doom is that they change the theme song. And, of course, strike three is that Chris Elliott was in it (and as a doctor?!?). Steve Weber is a capable actor and we can never see enough of Amy Pietz.
But I agree with the language comment. I think it's time for an "L" rating to count the number of garbage words in a show. Too bad we don't have writers and producers who know how to produce quality entertainment.
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