Maggie (1998–1999)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy


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Maggie, a middle aged woman returning to veterinarian school, re exams her amusing life, and all of the drama in it.


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Dan O'Shannon

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24 May 2000 | jmatrixrenegade
Enjoyable Well Rounded Show
Those Cusacks continue to do a great job; Ann Cusack, one of the lesser known members of the clan, shined in her role as Maggie, a middle-aged woman starting again in veterinary school, and re-examining her life in the process. The actors all around do a good job and gave me a nice enjoyable viewing experience each time I watched it. I was not totally in support of the plot turn in which Maggie separated from her husband, but it was not handled in a totally obvious way either. It did make the husband a bit too much of a buffoon. I was crushed when it was taken off the schedule, while the rather tiring "Oh Baby" stuck around. Surely, it was one, if not the best, original shows Lifetime (with its share of tired shows and movies) had to offer.

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