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J. Trevor Edmond
Based in Savannah, Georgia, it follows the lives of 3 best friends that have grown up together. Lane Mackenzie left Savannah after graduating for college to become a big journalist in New York. She returned for her best friend's, Reese Burton, wedding to Travis Peterson. Lane finds out that her apartment in New York is robbed and she tries to collect on an inheritance only to find out that Travis stole every last penny of it. Peyton, daughter of the Burton Mansion maid, had an affair with Travis. Reese finds out that Travis was having an affair with a "Bunnie" and is devastated. Travis has wound up dead. And through it all, they remain friends.Written by
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I watched this show whenever I was eleven years old and I have to agree with the other comments by saying that each episode always made you want to tune in to find out what would happen next. I have also noticed that there are some references to "Savannah" in other re-runs of WB shows during that time like "Sister, Sister" and "Unhappily Ever After."
I only got to see the first season, but I think that the second season sounded much better. The cable company at the time showed the WB only through WGN-Chicago, and they took it off right after a cliffhanger when Robyn Lively's character (Reese, I think) blacked out on her own wedding night and went into the wrong hotel room. Drama today is too serious, why can't we have more shows like this show? If you also liked this show then you might have liked "Pacific Palisades" as well, but they never last.
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