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|Life discussion of Charlie Crews mystery|
|Topic Started: Dec 7 2007, 08:00 PM (360 Views)|
|DaysFanJean||Dec 7 2007, 08:00 PM Post #1|
Wednesday was the season finale of Life called the conclusion. I thought it meant that he solved his mystery, which he did, but to me it opened up a whole new mystery, like why does Rachel think the preacher who was the guilty one, is her father? She was nine years old when her parents were murdered so she should remember that and that he was who killed them?
The writer's strike has interfered with the nine episodes scheduled for next year to make this full season of 22 episodes. BooHoo. It really left with a cliffhanger.
If you haven't watched this series, it's a very interesting "wrong man charged and sent to prison to be released 12-years later exonerated and out to find who framed him" story. The characters are intense and different. You can watch online or download all episodes to your computer at
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