Every day at a simple cafe, people from different parts of the world work, eat, meet and learn....
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 Jamal Al Jabali (26 episodes, 1996)
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 Victor Brashov (26 episodes, 1996)
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 Henry Chang (26 episodes, 1996)
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Every day at a simple cafe, people from different parts of the world work, eat, meet and learn....

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Better then the NBC's Friends
22 May 2004 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

I watched this show and I watched Friends. Although Crossroads Cafe was not produced for the sole purpose of entertainment, it does deliver with some intelligent and amusing moments. It actually does this better than those six repugnant misfits on the show called Friends.

Crossroads Cafe was primarily designed to teach the English language to foreign speakers. However, they also managed to provide good story-lines and decent acting. The show proves itself to be entertaining and causes the audience to stop and think. This is something that even the "better" shows on our networks stopped trying, probably because vocuous fast passed action does not allow for it.

So if not for the instructional aspect of Crossroads Cafe, then watch it for some amusing and cognitive story's.


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