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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Crime Drama Dead Lucky’s Attempt at Depicting Multi-cultural Sydney Underwhelms
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'A good friend and I would often binge episodes of Rizzoli and Isles on our days off. It’s an incredibly straightforward police procedural that would feature a murder investigation each episode. Once the murder occurred, we would have a competition by predicting who killed the victim and why. The clues were often obvious and the twists so heavily foreshadowed that this wasn’t a hard task, even when the crimes were delightfully ridiculous. (And a full disclosure, my housemate would win on a regular basis).' (Introduction)

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