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I'd really like to see this series returned. I was very disappointed to find that it was canceled. The series was not only entertaining but in many ways was inspirational and was a good role model for women of all ages. Seeing a woman trying to juggle family and work, and feeling as if she has failed at both, is something every working woman has gone through, and it was comforting and refreshing to see it being portrayed on t.v., I for one was made to feel that I didn't need to be superwoman or supermom and have all the answers for everything, as it is often portrayed in other t.v. shows. It was nice to see that it's o.k. to fail sometimes, that's what makes us human, because after all none of us is perfect. It was refreshing as well to see a show during prime time, that did not portray sex, or coarse language, and there was minimal violence, I don't recall ever seeing a gruesome death or a large quantity of blood. I for one, would really like to see this series picked up again.
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