David 24 Mar 2011 On the day I remembered to go to the library, I watched: Republic of Doyle Somehow Doyle gets into a poker game with the Mayor (who is the boyfriend of the RCMP officer that Doyle sometimes lusts after). Then armed men come in, rob them and take pictures of them with bikini-clad hookers. Which has something to do with a kickback thing, and blackmail and a federal agency who...who were those guys anyway? It looks like this is the start of a continuing arc because Doyle is left with a lot of questions and confusion. Which aren't so bad as long as they aren't the basis for the whole series. Meanwhile Doyle's druggie brother teams up with him to investigate the case, even as the marijuana growing niece and her boyfriend, the bumbling junior employee at the agency get into the case on their own initiative, making things less Doyle-centric. At the Concert Hall With Nikki Yanofsky. Teen prodigy jazz singer. I kind of like her. Fairly Legal I'm not sure whether I missed this episode or it was being shown out of order. But the assistant meets the sandwich lady, and our protagonist tries to bring an understanding between members of a band that once had a hit and quarrelling gamers. As usual, the primary dispute is about something totally different than what they claim it is. I don't really understand the quarrelling gamers. More importantly, suddenly the un-evil stepmother looks like Elizabeth Montgomery to me. I don't think I'll be able to shake off thoughts of Bewitched while watching this show again. What did you watch?