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As Liberal as I'd like to think I am, my first ever love in political television programming was the staunchly conservative Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Back then, I was in my mid-teens, and I was deathly bored with news programming. Even The Daily Show, which I had once admired and watched nightly had grown uninteresting and bland to me since Craig Kilborn's departure and Jon Stewart's replacing him. Two years later, Comedy Central decided that Tough Crowd's conservative approach did not 'fit' the image the network wanted, and it was over. For me, it was that show that started me into the news lover I am today.

Image is important to television networks. That's why, generally, all of a network's programming has something that connects them.

FOX's newest drama, The Chicago Code, fits right into their library of prime time dramas. Creator Shawn Ryan didn't go nearly the same direction he did with his long running FX series The Shield, but as a fan of Shield, I was in no way disappointed by the look and feel of Ryan's new show. I've seen all 4 episodes so far, in their regular air slot; I...

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