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Donal Lardner Ward
Donal Lardner Ward,
deep,funny and enjoyable. Eric has another winner. Thank you. great characters. well acted. can't wait till the next episode. Beautiful dark stories. Should be viewed by teenagers and the impressionable. Eric brings to life the thoughts and feelings that we all have about love and life. I am so happy this art is not on network TV so all the levels and depths can be touched of this taboo subject. This has the makings of the greats like The Saprano's, Deadwood, In treatment, Dexter and the United states of Tara. It looks like Starz is getting into the intelligent television business with Spartacus, Party on, and now Gravity. Just remember you don't have to go years between seasons. I am hoping that the suits leave this one alone. I know a great show like swingtown would have thrived had it not been on network TV. So suits, remember, you are not on network TV and Eric Schaefer was not meant to be on network. Go Gravity. Thanks Eric!
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