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MysteryMel-Bookish

Arkansas

MysteryMel-Bookish

Arkansas
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Strong-utterly smashed family situations and solid acting make these two must see drama. Both females are fighting for independence at a time when females were lesser than livestock.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Jan 15, 2019
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Both deliver a complete story - solid actors/cast - LONG - tactical/strategic power players - survival - revenge - LOVE.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Jan 9, 2019
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Both are breathtaking dramas with excellent acting, direction and scenery. Both should be required viewing for drama addicts - hehehehe.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Aug 13, 2017
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Medical drama, Japanese medical dilemma situations of $$, doctor shortages, efficiency more important than patients, autocratic leadership, and next generation doctors watching to take over roles. Stunning strong leads - DX- female Fagile - male. Not romance. Major difference: DX is surgeon so more surgery scenes. Fragile is the behind scenes of Dtr diagnosis.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Sep 17, 2016
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Profit hungry hospitals, one strong willed good looking doctor, ethics of doctors, and patient care is the running theme of DoctorX series & DAffairs. Where they diverge is in the area of personal love life and its complexity for anyone over the age of 40+. DA has mature romance scenes and story-line of yearning love. Both expose the competing medical goals: $$ or patients ~
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Aug 5, 2016
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Both Jdrama's depict strong females who are swimming upstream in the untidy professional world. Difference? Legal Vs. Medical. Typical Jdrama with neat, simple story-lines depicting the harsh realities of male dominated infrastructure. No silliness, no romance, just two women balancing the ethical & professional scales as they are both at different (yet the same) places in their careers. All of the side characters are likeable complimenting the two leads. Give both a try since they are not long drama's and send positive messages for the viewers.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Jan 26, 2015
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Both are the dark-side of love or bittersweet love of men who use physical & mental abuse on women for revenge yet fall in love, proving all along that the 'submissive' was and remains in control of the Domme. Difference is endings - journey is similar - Thai or Chinese... BDSM is alive and well or in drama land sells ratings. Best part, both leading Dommes' are SMEXY, standard requirement for a worthy Domme.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Aug 26, 2014
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Both about outlier & intelligent thinking, counter-system detectives and solid teams lead by police outcasts. Both are well written,cast of diverse actors with intricate & complex story-lines.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Feb 5, 2014
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Both are well written story telling using humor & tears to illustrate the painful workplace environment facing salarymen. Both have solid actors in each role from main to support.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Dec 2, 2013
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DQ is a easy- breezy storyline of going for your dream as adults. The two stories focus on 40+ women who have life swirling around them as they cope with their old selves battling present day. If your looking for something enjoyable w seasoned, matured actors, give Dancing Queen a spin.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Nov 9, 2013
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Medical dramas of idealist doctors fighting the corrupt systems without loosing their souls. Doctors & teams trying to serve-help the public while battling corrupt, power hungry people and systems prevalent in the medical field.
Recommended by MysteryMel-Bookish - Aug 8, 2013