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I loved this show and I basically lived to watch it every week. It was on rather late which was very frustrating. But what else is new when all the decent shows are on when everyone is suppose to be in bed.
I thought this show was really thought out well and at the end of each episode it left you hanging wanting more. I found myself watching the clock towards each episode and saying to myself. Please don't end now please don't end now. But alas it would end right when you did'nt want it to and you had to wait till next week to see the next episode.
I remember there was a time there where channel 7 actually had something in its place for two weeks. I was quite upset about this and even called them up saying get rid of that rubbish you have on in place of Jeremiah.
I really enjoyed but hate the way each episode would end and it reminded me so much of the days in which I use to watch Dallas. As Dallas was another series that would always end each episode with suspense.
I only wish there was more seasons to this show and I was really disappointed and sad to see it end after season two.
I cannot recommend this series enough and I highly enjoyed watching it. Now all I have to do is find the series on DVD.
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