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In the biggest sense, this was just another dysfunctional hospital drama. It could never gain any traction on distinguishing themselves from other medical drama. There wasn't a McDreamy, or an angry Brit know-it-all.
However it did have some standouts. William Fichter is solid as usual. You got Jane Lynch, Robert Joy, John Hannah, and Michaela Conlin as the young Dr Yang that we're supposed to root for.
The fact that these are all stock characters is not the actors' fault. There wasn't anything wrong with the show. It's just that there wasn't anything original to make it stand out.
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