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This show was absolutely awful. I am almost irrationally fond of David E. Kelley's shows, but this inane drama deserved its poor ratings and the critics' savage reviews. The three leads were insufferably whiny, and were quite possibly the least sympathetic characters on television since "Melrose Place." I found myself rooting against the young heroines, who seemed more like spoiled brats than earnest young lawyers (or whatever they were supposed to be).
It was, I understand, primarily David E. Kelley's decision to cancel the show, so for once, Fox is off the hook. Anyhow, Kelley is still a great talent, and I look forward to his future projects.
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