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This series was a very exciting and epic series of these times. I enjoyed every last minute of it. I think if it was brought back they would step it up a notch. They need to promote it, as they never really did. I loved this series, i watch it online a lot now because i really did enjoy it. Please bring it back! My mom watched it. My Grandmother watched it. We all thought it was interesting. Besides General hospital and American idol, it was the only other TV show i watched.We were content with it. Angie Harmon is phenomenal and should definitely get more props, i absolutely love her and she plays a convincing role of Inspector Lindsay Boxer. I watched the movie first to die and i think Angie Harmon was a better LIndsay.
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