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Caught makes you contemplate the true meaning of a real criminal
This show has caused me to contemplate a seemingly grey area between the line of guilty and/ or innocent. The need to resort to alternate methods of income acquisition in order to efficiently provide for loved ones is a relatable yearning. This show effectively depicts the inner conflicts and outward criminality and judging of marijuana. After watching the first episode I was hooked and continue to be.
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