After 6 months of a labeless, open-relationship Rita spiritually minded 24 year old lesbian artist working as a mental health worker) and Adam (25 year old flamboyant, straight career ... See full summary »
Angie Harmon and the cast has done a great job. The writers have obviously done their research. Very timely, as the black - white twin boys from an infertility clinic are in the news too. People wanting a baby need to visualize and understand the risks and rewards involved. As do the surrogates, both male and female. I have suffered infertility and I appreciate this show. NBC also aired ER where the couple declined to take their baby home because he wasn't perfect. Look in medical journals, it happens. Adoption agencies screens and counsels would-be parents, but still in 2005 - infertility clinics do not. They just ask for the check, and in socialized countries, not even that.The show is honest about this. There is life and death decisions daily at infertility clinics and NBC is wisely tapping into this high drama.
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