This all-access documentary series about the storied Boston Bruins, one of the NHL's "Original Six" hockey teams gives viewers an inside perspective into the worlds of Bruins players, coaches, fans and management.
Nia is a successful copy writer at ad agency, and she leads white yuppie life (though her mother is black). She quits the agency when she is ordered to push a new brand of beer to black ... See full summary »
After the series was cancelled, the remaining wardrobe was sold to the wardrobe department of In the Cut (2003) for $400. See more »
So what is it about the idea of two women having sex that's such a turn on for guys?
Well, it's like the idea of one woman having sex, only... it's two.
Oh, well, thanks for clearing that up.
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...it's been three years, and I still miss this show. Watching the premiere of "Rescue Me" on FX last night only reminded me of how badly I miss Leary's NyQuil-addicted cop. No matter what else he does from this point on, I will always measure all shows by "The Job." It's funny how something so short lived can have such an impact - the show constantly comes up in conversations at work and when I'm out with friends. I've yet to find someone who didn't like the show, so I'm not sure how it is the network did.
In the end, it doesn't really matter. Those of us who watched the show can appreciate it for what it truly was - Leary at his best.
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