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This is a great show. Superb acting, good story-line and characters that are flawed making them more than just shallow stereotypes.
Great writing and it brings on topics that affects all of us, no matter where in the world one might be. OK, it does get a little too "cute" and "sappy" at times, but that's alright because every other episode I watch actually makes me care! And that has to count for something.
It's got laughs, cries, anger, resentment, jealousy.. All of which are trades of being human. I love these kinds of shows. MAKES ME FEEL ALIVE! YEAH!
A great treat (pun intended).
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