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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    Yeah, I know who you mean. The guy who is the psychologist, Archie in Storybrook and Jiminy Cricket in the Enchanted Forest is the actor I was referring to.
    The actor is Raphael Sbarge.
    Ian Anthony Dale who is Jim Koto on this show, is/was Adam Noshimuri on Hawaii Five-0.
    The way the actors are all moving around, it is hard for me to keep up with who they are...at the moment.

    I enjoyed the first episode. I think I am going to like this series. We get to see the entire process unfold over 10 episodes. First the crime, the police solving it and then the trial. Added in, all the personal drama of the people involved.
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    I just found the pilot, I hope we like it.
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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    I don't get this show yet here on my cable line up, but it sounds interesting.

    About 20 years ago there was a similar show and I really loved it, but couldn't remember what it was called or who was in it. It followed one trial and the lawyer looked like Colonel Klink from MASH. I've googled and have never found out what it was called. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    I was interested enough to put it on season pass, but it's only a mild interest. As my summer shows start their premieres I may change my mind on if I want to spend time watching it.

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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    I watched it this morning on TNT online. I think it's going to be interesting. (And if it's really a 10-episode show, it doesn't require much of an investment.)

    Now to remember to add it to the DVR...

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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    We always have fun watching series filmed in San Francisco and guessing what neighborhoods different scenes were filmed in because we were both born and raised there (now live in the town immediately south where you don't need to drive in circles for an hour looking for parking). Just as I was wondering where that cute little house where Tildy Mulligan lives with her daughter is, they showed the street signs! So that house is at 1821 Alabama Street (at Ripley - cross street) in Bernal Heights. I Googled it and found it was built in 1909, one story with basement, 4 rooms, 1 bath, and tax assessed at over $500,000 value. Crazy, huh? Next time we drive into The City I'll have to have DH drive by it for me to ogle at it.

    I think I'm going to like this one! I like that it follows one storyline for the whole season, but hope it moves a lot faster than The Killing.
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    I loved that house and neighborhood. Thanks, Punkin, for recognizing and googling.
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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by Punkin View Post
    We always have fun watching series filmed in San Francisco and guessing what neighborhoods different scenes were filmed in because we were both born and raised there (now live in the town immediately south where you don't need to drive in circles for an hour looking for parking). Just as I was wondering where that cute little house where Tildy Mulligan lives with her daughter is, they showed the street signs! So that house is at 1821 Alabama Street (at Ripley - cross street) in Bernal Heights. I Googled it and found it was built in 1909, one story with basement, 4 rooms, 1 bath, and tax assessed at over $500,000 value. Crazy, huh? Next time we drive into The City I'll have to have DH drive by it for me to ogle at it.

    I think I'm going to like this one! I like that it follows one storyline for the whole season, but hope it moves a lot faster than The Killing.
    That's why I watched, Punkin. I love watching series and movies shot in cities I know well.

    I didn't think it was GREAT, but I have lower expectations for summer shows.....often 1) is it ON? and 2) is it not a repeat?
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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by JunkieGirl View Post
    I don't get this show yet here on my cable line up, but it sounds interesting.

    About 20 years ago there was a similar show and I really loved it, but couldn't remember what it was called or who was in it. It followed one trial and the lawyer looked like Colonel Klink from MASH. I've googled and have never found out what it was called. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

    I really liked Taye Diggs on Private Practice, but I saw him co-hosting Live With Kelly and Michael the other morning and he was awful! He had no personality and was a real dud, turned me off.
    JunkieGirl, are you thinking of Murder One ? I hope so! I loved loved loved that show!!!!!
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    Re: Murder in the First on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by Marlena_M View Post
    JunkieGirl, are you thinking of Murder One ? I hope so! I loved loved loved that show!!!!!
    OMG that show was brilliant!! just brilliant
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