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Jacinda Barrett ...  Finley Scott 7 episodes, 2000
Mark-Paul Gosselaar ...  Pete Komisky 7 episodes, 2000
Kristanna Loken ...  Sarah Logan 7 episodes, 2000
Gabriel Olds ...  Mason Scott 7 episodes, 2000
Daniel Sunjata ...  Lewis Freeman 7 episodes, 2000
John Benjamin Hickey ...  Rob / ... 4 episodes, 2000
Kenneth Welsh ...  Neil 3 episodes, 2000
Daniel McDonald ...  Dryder 3 episodes, 2000
Todd Robert Anderson 2 episodes, 2000
Jolene Blalock ...  Kristi 2 episodes, 2000
Melissa McCarthy ...  Molly 2 episodes, 2000
Mike Hodge ...  Minister 2 episodes, 2000
Alan Van Sprang ...  Dr. Ben 2 episodes, 2000
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USA

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English

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2 April 2000 (USA) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Mia Kirshner was originally cast in the role of Sarah Logan, but had to drop out for scheduling problems. See more »

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so bad it's good
26 June 2000 | by saimahuqSee all my reviews

As someone who has lived in DC since 1991 and is a few years older than the show's characters, I have to say this show is so bad it's good. There ARE 22-year-olds here as delusionally high on themselves as the people on this show, so I found it hilarious. It's kind of a "90210" in DC -- complete with fraternal twins. I particularly liked the episode where Lewis is defending his cousin in court -- Daniel Sunjata is a realistic actor and he handled this script well, he had to play every emotion for that role. Mark-Paul Gosselaar is amusing as Pete Komisky -- he seemed to be playing a sexually active Zack Morris though. This was the one show that made DC seem exciting for young people to live and work in (which it is) -- all other DC-based shows are staid political dramas involving the president. It is refreshing to see a show all about DC that barely spoke of the White House and instead about all the other people that make up this city, and it acknowledged it has a high rate of shootings, etc. It had potential -- sorry to see it go!!


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