Three young couples who live lives of quiet desperation in Seattle.
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Series cast summary:
David Sutcliffe ...  Adam Williams 8 episodes, 1999
Jean Louisa Kelly ...  Shelley Sullivan 8 episodes, 1999
Dina Spybey-Waters ...  Jenny Lombardi 8 episodes, 1999
Billy Keane ...  Pete Lombardi 8 episodes, 1999
Alicia Coppola ...  Karen Chandler 8 episodes, 1999
Anthony Starke ...  David Chandler 8 episodes, 1999
Maria J. Cruz ...  Ramona 5 episodes, 1999
Jaren Brandt Bartlett Jaren Brandt Bartlett ...  Pre-Pubescent Pete 3 episodes, 1999
Jane Sowerby Jane Sowerby ...  Farnsworth 3 episodes, 1999
Kathleen Noone ...  Stella Lombardi 2 episodes, 1999
Jonathan Slavin ...  Clyde 2 episodes, 1999
John Todd ...  Guitarist 2 episodes, 1999
Peter Wingfield ...  Conrad Gordon 2 episodes, 1999
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Three young couples who live lives of quiet desperation in Seattle.

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They're trying to figure out this crazy little thing we call love

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NBC

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USA | Canada | UK

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English

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24 September 1999 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Replaced Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) on NBC. See more »

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Remake of Cold Feet (1997) See more »

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Uneven but has potential
26 October 1999 | by gmharrisSee all my reviews

There are some really funny lines in Cold Feet. The problem is you see most of them in the ads (which is why I watched) The stuff in between feels like a way to get from joke to joke instead of a naturally flowing conversation that happens to be funny. Still, it is a new show and has potential to get better. Many of the situations are realistic and the case members are likable, especially David Sutcliffe as Adam. So the show has some growing to do, but don't write it off just yet.


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