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Reed Between the Lines 

Doctors Carla and Alex Reed, a psychologist and a professor, respectively, balance their professional lives with raising 3 children in a blended family.

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Doctors Carla and Alex Reed, a psychologist and a professor, respectively, balance their professional lives with raising 3 children in a blended family.

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What ELSE is on!?!
27 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

I was highly disappointed with this show. Everyone keeps saying this brings a "new" or "more appealing" light to African-Americans but I disagree. Shows like, My Wife & Kids, The Bernie Mac Show, Everybody Hates Chris and The Parkers have a positive influence even though they are re-runs. Even very old shows like Good Times and yes The Cosby Show had a positive light but also depicted REALITY!

The Reeds are unrelatable, not because they are classy but DRY. They ALL lack a sense of personality and I think that may be because of the writers. Still, I'm a fan of Tracey Ellis-Ross because of her old show Girlfriends but...it has got me thinking was her success based on her acting, the writing or her co-actors?

I recommend this show if you need a good nap though!!!


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