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Ella Scott Lynch
not being bothered to watch this show when it first started back in 2002 due to the school certificate, i thought there was no use in trying to catch up on it in 2003 either, but this year i've started to watch it, when it began late last month, and i have to say that the comment that i just read may have been true about the show in 2002 but as the years progress shows get better, and i can say as stumbling across an episode before and not really liking it, as Sigrid doesn't really do anything for me, i left it, but this show is great.... i mean its basically about what happens these days in the world anyway... lawyers sticking up for their clients, doing the best they can... so what's so wrong about this program?!?!?!?!? this season so far so good! enjoy if your into this sort of viewing if not then don't bother... it depends on the person i suppose, but i like it, and think its great as i'm 'into' this sort of viewing...
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