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Hidden Hills in my opinion is equal if not superior to popular comedy series like Friends, Home Improvements, Everybody loves Raymond, and Malcolm in the middle. Writing from New Zealand, the now realized reruns of Hidden Hills air at 10:30pm weekdays, but the last episode ended today. I'm gasped to have learned that this program only lasted a season. It's the most intelligent sitcom ever seen, and funnier than anything running at present. I guess I like Hidden Hills because it's both intelligent, honest, and funny. It ranks with the Sopranos in intelligence and honesty. Hidden Hills gives me insight to a perfect marriage and/or couple, and hints on possible solutions to dilemmas that are inevitable in marriage and/or between couples, and at the same time I enjoy myself. I learn a lot from the character Doug, and love watching for attributes from the beautifully played Janine. I'm in love with Hidden Hills, and it is a great shame it's been canceled. About to turn 21 come August, and single, this program isn't only for married couples! I like the show as it is, but a little tweaks here or there and this could possibly conform to the wider audience, and hence become more 'popular'. Next on my list is to get the DVDs for this rare TV series.
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