Yes, he does seem to have learned from his first experience. Now, if Ron could only learn the same lesson...
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Originally posted by Christopher:
Rita, I haven't seen that list of fall shows. Doesn't anything look good? Something?
There are some possibilities, although nothing really stood up and screamed "HIT!":

Damage Control (CBS)
Kerry Washington plays a professional "fixer," based on the career of Judy Smith, the crisis management consultant who has guided such public figures as Monica Lewinsky and Michael Vick and served on the White House press staff under the first Bush.

Prime Suspect (NBC)
Based on Helen Mirren's successful series, adapted to a New York setting.

Rookies (ABC)
Six new New York cops try to balance their new jobs and their private lives. (This sounds rather conventional, but Robert De Niro is co-producer.)

Alcatraz (Fox)
A cop (Sarah Jones) and a team of FBI agents track down a group of missing Alcatraz prisoners and guards who reappear in the present day after disappearing 30 years earlier. (Is Clint Eastwood among them?) J.J. Abrams will executive-produce and Liz Sarnoff will be the showrunner. Jorge Garcia (Hurley in Lost), Sam Neill, and Robert Forster are in it.

REM (NBC)
A police detective (Jason Isaacs) who's involved in a traumatic car accident wakes up in two fractured realities.

Special Investigations L.A. (NBC)
The project looks at Los Angeles through multiple perspectives, including law enforcement, the justice system, city hall and the criminal underworld.

Exit Strategy (Fox)
This series stars Ethan Hawke as the leader of a CIA extraction team.

Touch (Fox)
A father (Kiefer Sutherland) learns his autistic, mute son is psychic.

17th Precinct (NBC)
Battlestar Galactica executive producer Ron Moore created this supernatural police drama set in the fictional town of Excelsior. Battlestar vets Jamie Bamber, James Callis, and Tricia Helfer will star along with Stockard Channing.

Hail Mary (CBS)
An Atlanta-set P.I. drama tells the story of a suburban single mom who teams up with a street hustler to solve crimes. (This sounds like a sure loser except that Minnie Driver is playing the mom.)