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I think that this show really puts a new spin on the world of doctors. I like to see a womens point of view. I think the chemistry between the characters is incredible and Sasha Alexander is wonderful in this role (she has come a long way since Dawson's Creek). I love Blythe Danner. If you like ER than you will definitely love this show. Overall, I do think that it could spend a little bit more time in the actual hospital rooms so you can really relate to patients and there families, but I also think that it is nice to see the interaction between doctors.
The best show in my opinion was when Sasha Alexander's character was asked to bring in more patients. This does happen and I have never seen any show about doctors bring this issue up. It really makes you see that being a doctor isn't all good you are forced to have more patients and less overall interaction with those patients.
I hope that everyone will watch this show atleast once and maybe you will become as hooked as I am!
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