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"Inconceivable" Review by Eva  10/11/05

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  Inconceivable Fridays 10 Eastern 9 Central time NBC

Inconceivable is a combination of "A Baby Story" and "ER"; it even gives a nod to the former in its credits and advertising, saying "every baby has a story". The show is about a staff of doctors who run a fertility clinic, and each week the show focuses on the struggle of two or three couples who are trying to have a baby. The show is well-written and has a good cast, headed by Ming Na, formerly of ER. The show draws the viewer into the stories and makes you hope the couples are able to have a baby.

This show should do well against its competition in its time slot; its only problem could be that people might not realize the show is on because Friday nights are strongly dominated by ABC and its Friday night line up. I give this show a 5 on a scale from 1 to 5.


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