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I liked the first season of this show but by midway through season 2 I was annoyed at the irrational decisions the two male main characters were making - and considering that the main draw of this show, for me, was smart people doing brilliant stuff to succeed in high society, I was not interested in the cheap plotting of less-than-brilliant writers.


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