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TV shows come; TV shows go. Until a very few years ago, only the "real" networks could produce quality programs. In case you haven't been paying attention, cable networks are now out-shining the "big 4". And now comes USA with "Fairly Legal." It's a lawyer show -- and it isn't. It's a cop show -- and it isn't. It has a hot star as a lead. And, her character is REAL!!! None of the writing is nearly as contrived as most shows' writing seems to be today. The plotting is real, and the episodes conclude with a heart-warming flourish. I hope this show builds an audience, and the ratings keep it on the air. It was a real nice touch to end the pilot with a tribute to Michelle, who died in November of 2010 from cancer.
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