A drama chronicling the lives of twentysomethings in the hip L.A. neighborhood of Silverlake.
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 Jolene Butler 8 episodes, 2005
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 Charlie Tibideaux 8 episodes, 2005
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 Milo Vanderbeer 8 episodes, 2005
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 Rose Miller / ... 8 episodes, 2005
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 Travis Cooper Jackson 8 episodes, 2005
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 Hank Reed 8 episodes, 2005
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 Nina Spencer 8 episodes, 2005
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 Billy Garrity 6 episodes, 2005
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 Ray Foley 6 episodes, 2005
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 Narrator 6 episodes, 2005
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 Gabrielle 2 episodes, 2005
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 Deena Jackson 2 episodes, 2005
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 T. Gerard 2 episodes, 2005
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 Marjorie 2 episodes, 2005
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 Dr. Barnaby Walker 2 episodes, 2005
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A drama chronicling the lives of twentysomethings in the hip L.A. neighborhood of Silverlake.

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The only thing that can come between them...is the truth.

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Drama | Romance

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27 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Sex, Lies & Secrets  »

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Originally, 13 episodes were commissioned, but the order was reduced to eight. Of these, only four were aired before the series was cancelled. See more »

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Most underrated show on television period
21 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

I can not believe more people are not watching this show. It looks more like a major motion picture than a TV show, the actors are fun to watch and give great performances every week. And every episode ends with a cliffhanger that keeps me counting the days until the next episode. Aside from "SOUTH PARK" I think this is the best show on the air. Check it out. You won't be disappointed (maybe a little by the "DESPERATE HOUSWIVES" style narration, but, fortunately, they don't overdo it).

Other than that there's not a lot left to say, just watch the show, do it for me because if more people don't watch it they'll take it off the air and then I'll have nothing to do on Tuesday nights between 9pm and 10pm.


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