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I thought this was a very interesting show. Unfortunately, it was jerked around to different times, and was skipped some weeks, so it was tough to follow it. It's kind of hard to build a viewership for a show when viewers can't find it.
It's too bad it didn't get more of a chance. I feel it had a feeling much like the old M*A*S*H TV series. Two doctors just trying to do what was right, even if it sometimes ran afoul of their higher ups.
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