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Randee Dawn

Law & Order: UK — TV Review

Good news for the "Law & Order" fan undergoing withdrawal: Your methadone hit has arrived, in the form of "Law & Order: UK."

Law & Order: Los Angeles — TV Review

Have a care for "Law & Order: Los Angeles," a series that carries more baggage and expectations than any premiere rightly should.

My Generation — TV Review

Picture this: A documentary crew films an Austin-based high school senior year of nine classmates who are all so two-dimensional that the filmmakers can refer to them as "rock star" or "wallflower."

Better With You — TV Review

There is hope that "Better" might turn into a solid series: the writing is smart and patient, and dialogue wed to Casey's good-guy dopiness lands well.

Running Wilde — TV Review

Being rich is a burden, as Steven Wilde (Will Arnett) discovers in Fox's new sitcom "Running Wilde."

Raising Hope — TV Review

The pervasive "what about the children" atmosphere we live in might be exactly what makes Greg Garcia's new Fox sitcom "Raising Hope" so wryly, delightfully, honestly hilarious.

Mike & Molly — TV Review

"Mike & Molly" is about two overweight people looking for love; Chuck Lorre is attached as an executive producer, but it comes from the mind of Mark Roberts; and fat jokes are served up as fast as…

Hellcats — TV Review

The cheerleader's reputation on American television is lousy. Enter the CW's "Hellcats," a surprisingly sweet look the Lancer University cheerleading squad, which has just been invaded by sneering…

Bond of Silence — TV Review

One learns over the years not to expect too much from a Lifetime original movie. That said, "Bond of Silence" is pretty good.

The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town — TV Review

It might not be the greatest story ever told, but it is told in a greatly funny manner.

Surviving the Cut — TV Review

Life ain't easy, and for those who always have wondered just how tough it can be, "Surviving the Cut" is now available on Discovery.

Melissa & Joey — TV Review

Kids grow up so fast these days, and that's not a commentary on the wise-beyond-their-years, smart-alecky younger set in "Melissa & Joey" -- though there are two such children in this utterly…