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All in All it is still good but not the same anymore
My very first review on this series was rated with 9 stars for the first three seasons. The minus point came from the fact that the third season focused rather on one additional patient (i.e. Adam) of Dr Tom than all of his patients. I would like to have learned more about the black, and the white female patient, and the other dark haired guy in the group therapy.
But since the third season didn't focus on them all, I'm still wondering why the screenwriters came up with four additional patients when they only focused on Adam who becomes Erica's new love interest?
I really loved this show. As I said in my previous review, I was in love with the show. But unfortunately, the final season was a little more disappointing than the third one. The on- and off-relationships between Erica and her men (especially Adam and Kai) get annoying sometimes. And the love relationship between Julianne and Brent is not very convincing to me. As a straight man, I know that real straight men would never act gay-like. And I doubt very much that a straight woman would fall in love with a man who obviously act gay sometimes. The last two episodes of the final season were so much better than many other previous ones because they gave me the same familiar feelings back I used to get from the first two seasons. Some episodes were good, and some others were just okay. But unfortunately, a little too many plots seemed to be predictable than they used to be in the first two seasons.
In my opinion, they should have dropped some episodes, and combined the last two seasons into a hopefully perfect final season. As my former art teacher used to say, 'Sometimes less is more.' Perhaps they should have made less episodes but tried to make them all count.
My 8 stars are for this final episode and the entire TV show (counting from season 1 to season 4).
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