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I love the Alice so much it is such a great show I'm so sad that they took it off just because their wasn't enough audiences to watch. I mean what about the other people who loved it like me anyway. The Alice is a great show about fate lust hope love and life, and all different people come from all over Australia and get drawn together by the same thing LOVE..... Just watch it sometime it is set in the red center of Australia where everything life can bring happens. Its such a great cast with two nominated logie award winning Caitlin McDougall and Erik Thomson who played Mitch Stevens in the great Aussie drama All saints. Caitlin McDougall who played the notorious Sandra Todd in the 2003 Aussie drama series Always Greener
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