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It's a cop show with a twist. Lifetime's series explores the personal and professional lives of five very different policewomen in San Francisco. "The Division" features action, suspense, crime and cat-and-mouse chases. It also looks at the ups and downs of romance, family, motherhood and female friendships. It's good, old-fashioned drama about working women with real-life problems. Written by
The show is about women police officers in San Francisco. In real life, many locker rooms for women cops were converted men's rooms. Many cops put plants in the old toilets and urinals because the fixtures were never removed. In the first season of the show, the locker room for the women was a converted men's room that featured plants in a old urinal stall. See more »
Ah, first-timer, huh? Mm.
Then you must have had the dream by now.
Uh, wh-what dream?
Oh, you know. The one all new ADAs have. Packed courtroom. Everyone you know is there: parents, siblings, friends, professors. Stand up to address the jury. They all start laughing at you! I mean, we're not talking little girlie giggles, Theodore. We are talking earsplitting, humiliation-inducing derision here.
Because your buck naked, my friend! All right, Teddy just exactly how nervous are you?
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Dean Cain's (Jack) performance in this series is taken to a whole new level(this is partly due to Deborah Joy Levine(writer) who worked with Dean on Lois & Clark) when he teams up with Nancy McKeon (Jinny).Both actors give a powerful performance and bring great sympathy and understanding to the subject of substance abuse and alcoholism. Nancy McKeon is a great actress and working with her has added a new dimension to Dean Cain's acting abilities. They also had great chemistry which made their scenes together so totally believable. It would be good if the writers could expand the Jack & Jinny story next season, but this would only occur if they could persuade Dean to return for further guest appearances.
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