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When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of ... See full summary »
I saw the first minutes of the NBC show "First Years" on 3/19/MMI and I was like finally the peacock station has a drama that works. In fact this is only the second new drama that I have seen that I actually like on the network. If you haven't noticed there have been changes at NBC. Mainly an alliance through their NBC Studios branch that produces DAG/The Fighting Fitzgeralds/Three Sisters/Will and Grace and now the new show I like "First Years" One of the girls is talking about "panties" ok now we know that the person who wrote the episode is a girl so she is trying to show us from a female point of view. First Years is about the people my age a little older working in the law firm but finally this is a show made for the YA group[Young Adults] Watching this show was like talking about how good it is because it drifts like the WB Network's hot handed Felicity. If you don't like First Years it would tell me you don't appreciate tv that is better and more interesting. If NBC works with this show it will be around for at least 7 years. You heard me it is that good. You even felt the characters were talking about "underwear" but maybe they were in diapers and kept it out of the public's vision. But this show will tell it like it is. If something is lame it will explain why things are the way they are. I loved this show so much I'm renewing it for more episodes it is that good. I hope you like it. Hopefully it stays and not the lower quality of Dateline we all know that needs to walk the plank.
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