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Bad language and depictions of adultery mar an otherwise compelling series


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Marty VanDriel Marty is a TV and film critic for WORLD. He is a graduate of World Journalism Institute and CEO of a custom truck and trailer building company. He and his wife, Faith, reside in Lynden, Wash., near children and grandchildren.

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Steve Shive

Agreed. Sums it up pretty well. Very good acting. But one does wonder why they felt compelled to add the garbage. This is especially true of the language.