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I came across the show due to utter boredom because i was pretty much running out of shows to watch since i have watched quite a bunch... i decided to get the the DVD for this one and i was definitely surprised... the show is great and i don't understand why it didn't gain any more popularity than it has... the thing i loved most about the show was that most of the things aren't as expected as they are in most other shows... the surprises in the show were ACTUALLY surprising... the story flows nicely... the dialogs and the characters are wonderful....there was no stuff happening on the big scale, everything is pretty ordinary and believable and no clichés... and the show is original...and one of the few shows that i look forward to watching (another being brothers and sisters). In contrast to serials like one tree hill and others which get too dramatic and too much keeps happening, this was a pleasant change and most definitely a good watch...
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