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This is shown pretty late at night over here so probably not many people have seen it but I would agree with the earlier statements of it being underrated.We get a lot of Australian shows over here so know the general standard quite well and this is quite entertaining.I noticed that guy from that other show heartbreak high that I used to watch as a kid but thats about it.
Still I think it probably deserved a longer run although I know in most countries there is a saturation of cop shows at the moment so this probably wasn't given much of a chance.Still it makes a bit of a change from the usual Aussie stuff we get like neighbours, and home and away, or anything with delinquent high school students.
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