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Claudia Karvan stars as dentist Suzy Darling, who walks away from a loveless marriage and into an old apartment block that is inhabited by the ghost of a 1980s English rock star Henry Mallet. Although Suzy is the only human able to see Henry, animals such as the resident cat are able to sense his presence.
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Apr 3, 2018 6:37PM EDT
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I normally don't watch "super natural" shows as they are a complete lie and just train uneducated people to "believe" is nonsense, but this show is at least well written and well acted.

The interplay between the uptight anal-retentive Dentist woman and the free wheeling dead rock star is about as good as it could have been.

I recommend watching only the first season, as the second season went off the rails as was largely shat.

Both of the leads do an exceptionnal job, though I think Matt King as the dead rocker should defintely have won some awards for his performance.

The B-Plots are rather weak, and there is a sense that they didn't know what to do with the ex-husband, as his personality changes with nearly every episode. The children serve almost no purpose at all, and the boy can barely act.

Watch it for the odd love affair and forget the rest.

I normally don't watch "super natural" shows as they are a complete lie and just train uneducated people to "believe" is nonsense, but this show is at least well written and well acted.

The interplay between the uptight anal-retentive Dentist woman and the free wheeling dead rock star is about as good as it could have been.

I recommend watching only the first season, as the second season went off the rails as was largely shat.

Both of the leads do an exceptionnal job, though I think Matt King as the dead rocker should defintely have won some awards for his performance.

The B-Plots are rather weak, and there is a sense that they didn't know what to do with the ex-husband, as his personality changes with nearly every episode. The children serve almost no purpose at all, and the boy can barely act.

Watch it for the odd love affair and forget the rest.

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Mar 18, 2015 3:49PM EDT
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A dentist and the ghost of a rock star have a beautiful relationship on an otherwise boring tv show.

A dentist and the ghost of a rock star have a beautiful relationship on an otherwise boring tv show.