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Display titleMercy
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Page creatorprefix>Import Bot
Date of page creation21:27, 1 November 2013
Latest editorRobkelk (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit22:59, 23 November 2023
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Yet another hospital drama based on the stories of dysfunctional but fun to watch staff. The gimmick of Mercy is that the three primary characters are nurses instead of doctors. It is also timely because the lead is an Iraqi war vet suffering from various levels of PTSD. There are regulars who are doctors too, of course, as well as family and love interests. Better than it sounds, because the writers are adept at backstabbing their own characters and some critics have called Mercy a rip off of Grey's Anatomy, but a good one worth watching. Unfortunately cancelled in May 2010 due to low ratings.
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