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For those of you who would like to see the mini series and TV show, Netflix has them on DVD to rent. I absolutely loved them. It was awesome to watch uninterrupted. No wait time nor commercials. I wish they would bring the show back. I loved all of the characters and their twisted stories. This is the best role I have ever seen Debra Messing in. I like that the gay best friend didn't live with her though. That would have seemed too much like "Will & Grace". I love that the story focused on women and the daily dramas that go on in life. It is nice to see that even the super rich have drama in their lives. Sometimes those less fortunate think money would solve everything, this show proves that theory wrong.
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