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Stem cells, gene therapy, transplants, and cloning have changed the definition of "humanity" in the modern world, but the darker side contains monsters that only few are brave enough to face, because the future lies in their hands.
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The show has all of the basics for greatness. Mix a little out of your element in a fashion that reminds me a little of Northern Exposure with just a touch of Wings, I couldn't tell you why on that second part. Add two of Sanctuary's finest women Pascale Hutton and Emilie Ullerup. Mix it with a well played hometown hero who has lost his way. I did see Smoke Signals but, Adam Beach will always be Kicking Wing(Joe Dirt) to me. Top it all off with Kevin McNulty and stir well. All cooking metaphors aside Arctic Air is a great show. I'm always eager to embrace a new sitcom or comedy, I mean who doesn't love to laugh but, it takes a while for me to warm up to a show with a good amount of heart and warmth. Arctic Air pulls this and more off in stride. In just the first couple episodes I'm eager to see what the future holds next for these characters. I hope that this is just the beginning of show greatness and I'll be watching.
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