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Thursday, June 19, 2008

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Many BBC shows are created to run only within a limited time frame. I think this adds to the overall show and keeps the writers honest.

There was a public outcry (apparently) that made them revisit the original ending the "The Office" which changed everything and not for the better (depending on whether you prefer happy or realistic).

Anyway, another show I would highly recommend that was canceled after only a few episodes was Keane Eddie. As much as I would like to have seen it continue, it is easy to see all the little ways it would have lost its edge if given enough time.

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