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    Still one of my Favorite TV show, wish they would bring it back. I was able to locate where "Jericho" is supposed to be by the Map that had the push pin ...it's Garden City.
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    I enjoyed the show. It was a shame that it was rushed away from its original plot time frame due to the writers knowing they were going to be canceled. I always got a good chuckle at how hilly western Kansas was in the show. Oh well.

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    Enjoyed the show so much that I had to go on line when they canceled it so I could see all the ones I had missed. Spent quite a while at the computer filling in the blanks.

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    ACEllis wrote:
    I enjoyed the show. It was a shame that it was rushed away from its original plot time frame due to the writers knowing they were going to be canceled. I always got a good chuckle at how hilly western Kansas was in the show. Oh well.

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    Yeah, I saw that too.. The lot ( stanley richmonds farm ) where the final Battle scene takes place, between Jericho & New Bern is actually shot of the same lot where little house on the prairie was filmed, in Southern California...

    They need to bring it back , i want to watch the 2nd American civil war happen & watch the ASA Military go after the new Government.
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    Count me in.

    It was one of the very few shows I've ever TiVo'd when I was the only one in the family interested in watching it. Because of weather/satellite issues, I wound up watching half of it on CBS Online.

    I recently watched it again via Netflix, but I couldn't finish the series before it expired from the Instant View queue.

    There were lots of production/continuity miscues, but the story was good, and the acting was great.


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    I tried watching it but about half way through the first episode I turned the channel. Just did not appeal to me at all, just way too melodramatic.

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    One of my favorite shows, I was really disappointed with the ending. Seems like they tried to wrap everything up really fast in the last 2 episodes, lots of loose ends leftover. I watched it on Netflix, found out later they kinda had to wrap things up since it was cancelled.

    It started to get a little heavy on the wacko conspiracy nut tinfoil hat stuff there towards the end, but still very good.

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    I enjoyed it too, although I usually don't like these kinds of shows. I read that it was originally planned for1 season and the 2nd only came aboutbecause of massive pleas from fans. Ashley Scott, such a visual treat; and it was amusing to see Tim Omundson playing the evil sheriff of the next town, quite a contrast from his comedy role on Psych.

    The Kansas tie-in was interesting to me, living nextdoor in Colorado. I don't see how the Denver mushroom cloud could be seen from anywhere in west Kansas, however; too far over the horizon.

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    Anubis wrote:
    I enjoyed it too, although I usually don't like these kinds of shows. I read that it was originally planned for1 season and the 2nd only came aboutbecause of massive pleas from fans. Ashley Scott, such a visual treat; and it was amusing to see Tim Omundson playing the evil sheriff of the next town, quite a contrast from his comedy role on Psych.

    The Kansas tie-in was interesting to me, living nextdoor in Colorado. I don't see how the Denver mushroom cloud could be seen from anywhere in west Kansas, however; too far over the horizon.
    I agree, besides Lenny James ( Hawkins ) & Gerald McRaney ( Johnston Green ) my favorite actors on the show , I did like the way Tim Omundson played the New Bern Sheriff, he was an dictator.
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