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He lived in his friend’s guest house. The savings account he lost in one episode was money he saved for years for his son’s college. He is a former contractor so he rebuilt the house he bought by himself.
How did I live without it? One British police series I read has definitions at the end. You know Bloke means man, etc. Good thing too!
My favorite is Bosch but it’s too darned short. I hoe they don’t cancel all the police dramas, like they did with Cops.
I don't think they will. The ones they cancelled were billed as reality live tv...some tv shows may change focus, have more bad white guys, less physical restraint in takedowns.
I never watched reality police shows, so I am not familiar with them. The Rookie is mostly about relationships.
I watched COPS when it first came out, but haven't for decades! I like the Rookie. Not a fan of cop shows that focus on sexual relationships (like the FD one that focuses on the daughters constant romances) but do like shows where they delve into family/experiences relationships within the team.
I’m not familiar with the romance show you mention.