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To me, there are many shows and series out there that may start off rather slow and boring. I wasn't crazy about the 1st episode, because I felt it was dragging on and on. However, I tivo'd the other episodes, have watched them,and have LOVED them! It's getting good folks, let's give it a chance to rectify itself! In my opinion, the reviews and negativity you read and watch on TV about things are just so premature. We can say a movie is crap, because it's a movie, as in one, 2 hour time frame, and that's it. Series or TV shows, however, there are more than one. So if the first 1, maybe even 2 or 3 stink, there's still time for recovery! I personally think that given the chance, it will turn out to be a great show that should stick around for a while to come.....
I'm behind you October Road!
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