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What happened to this show now that we are into season two. They changed the set-up, they haven't emphasized anymore that they are still in a bad neighborhood, they wrote out Malcolm and Jenna, they have added new players without even blinking, and what happened to their cases? They used to do pro bono work and help the community which included a lot of black people. So far I don't see any of that in season 2 and I don't like it. They need to go back to the roots of the show and what it was originally based on. Who cares about making money? I loved the show because Harry helped the people. She's still helping people, but the clientèle has changed and I do not know why.
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