A woman struggles with her son's illness and her husband's infidelity, but, after a chance encounter with an Irish sailor and his son, her life is turned upside down in a love story that defies explanation and breaks all the rules.
When a twenty-something computer geek inadvertently downloads critical government secrets into his brain, CIA and NSA assign two agents to protect him and exploit such knowledge, turning his life upside down.
Porter Wren is a Manhattan tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. On the beat he sells murder, tragedy, and anything that passes for the truth. At home, he is a dedicated husband and ... See full summary »
Before shooting had begun, Adrienne Pickering (Elly Tate) had broken her arm playing basketball, so the writers were forced to work the injury into the script, although Elly herself never says how her arm was broken. See more »
[after dumping a bucket of beer slops on Sasha]
Slops for the slops!
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Didn't like it at first, put bluntly it sucked! But after the dreadful first few episodes it's really picked up and is now a pretty decent show. If you originally watched it and were put off (I don't blame you, most were) I recommend giving it another chance. It's improved a huge deal and is actually worth watching.
Majority of the characters are great (except for the bland Elly and counselors dude aka Conrad Coleby) but the rest are quite good. Sasha is a great bitch. The Monks are sweet. Heath is darling, Craig is intriguing and as the show carries on the story lines become compelling with their mysteries, just what happened that fateful night of the car accident and what agenda does the intriguing Freya have?
It definitely isn't the best show on the box but it's rapidly improving and lets face it, it has to be better than tired old Home & Away which has become so unbelievable (Cyclone, really?) and soapy it's become a joke, a bad one at that.
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