Season 1 was an essential part of my wife and my weekly viewing. The legal practice was set up in a shoe shop in a very rough neighbourhood. The great scenes were often when Harry was helping to sort out problems in the area. Another enjoyable aspect were the characters of Jenna the not-so-dumb blonde shoe salesperson and Malcolm the "student" lawyer.
We looked forward to the second season but found the legal practice had moved into an ordinary office in an ordinary area surrounded by ordinary fellow lawyers - and not a pair of ladies sling-backs in sight.
We'll give the new season a few more episodes but at the moment it's seems to have lost all the best aspects of the first series.
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