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In every life there is a river that divides one generation from the next. A river of time that separates the people we were from the people we become. For Ben Ford and his daughter Kathleen, the river of history is about to change course.
Resuscitation of the acclaimed 1996-97 series that picks up nearly a decade later. We again follow the exploits of George Findlay in this biting satire of the day-to-day operations of the mainstream news media.
A young, single anthropology professor at a Montreal university teaches his students about the social and sexual behavior of other cultures while struggling to understand the rapidly changing rules of the local dating scene.
David Julian Hirsh,
I really want to see more of this one, and I hope the folks at Oxygen recognize what they've got. No question this is a show for mature audiences only, but it managed to be sexy and fun without being blatantly prurient.
Great chemistry between the lead pair, but I'd say pick Marshall over Ben or David any day! (Especially over David - I mean, was anyone ever rooting for that guy?)
This show was so underrated and ended when it was really really just getting started. They need to hurry up and get this show back on the air before the Vancouver film industry snatches up all the key players.
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