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This is a cute story, and I have enjoyed each episode..I do have to say, that I feel it is just a reversal of Dharma and Greg..this time She is the lawyer, and He is the happy go lucky, "Don't really care what everyone thinks" person. However, like I said, it's cute and funny and I'm enjoying it :) I have always liked Josh Randall...have missed him since the "Ed" days, so it's great to see him back on a regular basis...!! I also am enjoying watching Dabney Coleman as Alex's father..he can really have some great comedic timing, and I love him when he is abrasively funny. A good balance to the show in general.
I will keep watching..it's an easy laugh to top off my Mondays :)
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