The Los Angeles coroner's office is full of outlandish types including head doctor Neil Bernstein who cooks amongst the corpses. Prankster Claudia, psychic Martha, and flaky photog Dudley are fellow employees.
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Christopher Meloni ...  Reed Sims 6 episodes, 1997
Melina Kanakaredes ...  Libby Galante 6 episodes, 1997
Lorraine Toussaint ...  Dr. Claudia Chan 6 episodes, 1997
Billie Worley Billie Worley ...  Manny Byrd 6 episodes, 1997
Cress Williams ...  Dudley Adams 6 episodes, 1997
Anne Haney ...  Martha Hayes 6 episodes, 1997
Ron Rifkin ...  Dr. Neil Bernstein 6 episodes, 1997
Hilary Swank ...  Tiffany Roebuck 6 episodes, 1997
Allison Bertolino ...  Kate Galante 6 episodes, 1997
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The Los Angeles coroner's office is full of outlandish types including head doctor Neil Bernstein who cooks amongst the corpses. Prankster Claudia, psychic Martha, and flaky photog Dudley are fellow employees.

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12 April 1997 (USA) See more »

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The Best Show You Never Saw
22 September 1999 | by redstorm-2See all my reviews

Dumped onto a faltering ABC lineup on Saturday night after the fading Lois and Clark, this show never had the chance it deserved. The cast was excellent. Christopher Meloni has since appeared in Oz on HBO, Bound, Runaway Bride and lately the new series Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. Maria Kanakaredes is starring in Providence. Ron Rifkin is everywhere. Ann Haney was in The American President.

Given the subject matter, it managed to stay both touching and quirkily funny. Amazingly, the show was able to tie up all but one of the ongoing plot lines by the sixth and last show.

The quality of the stars and writing gave hints of what might have been. Initially titled "Exit Elves" in pre-production, Leaving L.A. exited too soon.


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