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Teresa Pavlinek and Kate Trotter are the only two original cast members from the 2004 pilot episode. See more »

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Whenever Jane rides the subway, the doors shown have a green light with two circles directly above them. While these green lights are used on buses, subway trains in Toronto have a flat orange light that is incorporated into the door frame. See more »

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Great Show.....refreshing change from the same old same old
22 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

Excellent show. Instead of watching the same old sitcom type shows where it's the same old thing, just different "stars", this refreshing show provided an incredibly entertaining view of office situations. We have been away from watching any television for 2 years and after coming back, of all the shows available we look forward to watching this show on W. Shame on Global for pulling the plug on this one. I thought this one would be a winner. Let's be realistic about things, FEW Canadian SHOWS make it. Everyone I talk to enjoys this show and I believe it was foolish of Global to walk away. I guess they want to stick it out with the typical mind numbing shows from the States instead of pulling behind a Canadian made show that had a lot of promise. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy a lot of shows on TV, but, come on people, let's keep the variety. This unique show provided a very comedic view of a slightly exaggerated realistic side of office life and relationships, with unique characters that you don't see on any sitcoms today or in the past. Too bad that global had to say no to this one, foolish mistake.


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