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"Inconceivable" Review by Suzanne  10/1/05

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This is a standard medical drama that can't make up its mind whether it wants to be "ER" or "Grey's Anatomy".  Those are both medical shows but vastly different.  One is very serious and tries to be realistic, and the other is more light-hearted and quirky. You can't do both.

It is a good idea to have a show about a fertility clinic because it hasn't been done before, and there are a lot of hot-button issues you can focus on.  The show spends more time trying to shock us with unusual stories (a couple can't believe their surrogate gives birth to a black baby! A fertility nurse uses the doctor's sperm as one of the donors to get back at him for dumping her!) that it doesn't concentrate enough on making it compelling drama.

I like the actors in the show, including Law & Order's Angie Harmon and ER's Ming-Na, so I will probably keep watching and see if it gets better. Luckily it doesn't face too much competition on Friday nights.


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