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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-12-06 (Wednesday)
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Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-12-06 (Wednesday)
Date: Thu, 07 Dec 2017 12:23:30 -0800
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Obveeus wrote:
> On 12/7/2017 1:02 PM, anim8rfsk wrote:
>> I watched a couple more Cash Cab reruns, and then FRANKIE DRAKE
>> MYSTERIES (there is apparently no 'The' in the title).
>> An unholy triple mashup of MURDOCH MYSTERIES, MISS FISHER, and WOMEN'S
>> MURDER CLUB, FDM presents the adventures of the first female private
>> dick in Toronto in the 1920s (abeit being filmed in Ontario a century
>> later).  It looks to be produced by the MURDOCH production company.  It
>> features the lesser of the early stars of MUTANT X as Frankie Drake, a
>> modern woman of even looser morals than Miss Fisher (and who has almost
>> identical origins), a lovely black actress named Chantel Riley as
>> Frankie's lovely black partner in the agency, Trudy, Sharron Matthews as
>> the rather zaftig M.E. (guess this has some THE CORONER in the mix too),
>> and, by far the most important, the incredibly lovely, incredibly
>> talented, incredibly skinny Rebecca Liddiard as Mary Shaw of the
>> Morality Police (!). 
> What a coincidence as I recently watched Rebecca Liddiard as Mary in 
>> It's not great by any means, but if you're a fan
>> of MM, MF, or WMC this is something you'd likely enjoy.
>> Fred-Box sez "Check it out"
> Don't you have to be a Canadian or a near-do-well'er to check it out?

I live 50 miles from the border, does that count?