Five first-year law graduates live together in San Francisco as they try to get both their lives and careers in order.
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Series cast summary:
Samantha Mathis ...  Ann Weller 9 episodes, 2001
Ken Marino ...  Miles Lawton 9 episodes, 2001
Sydney Tamiia Poitier ...  Riley Kessler 9 episodes, 2001
James Roday ...  Edgar Ross 9 episodes, 2001
Bruce Winant ...  Bruce 6 episodes, 2001
Kevin Connolly ...  Joe 5 episodes, 2001
Susanna Harter ...  Dist. Atty. Lydia Walken 3 episodes, 2001
Mackenzie Astin ...  Warren Harrison 2 episodes, 2001
Cathy Herd ...  Alison Mitchel 2 episodes, 2001
Kevin Weisman ...  Private Investigator Richard Wad 2 episodes, 2001
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Five first-year law graduates live together in San Francisco as they try to get both their lives and careers in order.

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Their first case is to prove themselves.

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USA

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English

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19 March 2001 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Badly Counterprogrammed.
3 July 2005 | by DeanNYCSee all my reviews

The basic concept of the show was about life in and around a legal firm, filled with quirky, young and good-looking lawyers, handling tricky and difficult cases by day and living together in a classic San Francisco house by night.

Perhaps it should have been called "Second Generation," since three of the leads of this ensemble are children of established Hollywood actors: Samantha Mathis, Mackenzie Astin and, as far as the show's PR, the biggest name: Sydney Tamiia Poitier.

However, someone at NBC decided to run the program on Monday nights at 9pm - Opposite Fox's "Ally McBeal," which was an established and Emmy-winning show of the same type.

It never had a chance.


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