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Richard T. Jones
I thought at first this was a sitcom and I didn't plan to watch it, then I decided to tune in online. And I'm so in love with it. Someone mentioned something about if you like a show that is saccharine. Well maybe I do. Maybe I'm a touched by an angel kind of person, but I loved it. I can't wait to watch it, and this time in real time.
Maybe it's saccharine. Maybe it's too sweet. But maybe it's time we get back to some of those kinds of shows when all we see now is killing and forensics and drugs and terrorism.
If you're feeling for a sweet, clean kind of show, then maybe this is it and it's time to tune in.
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