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I don't write reviews very often. More and more I find myself being enthralled by shows that appeal to my better angels. As opposed to shows that appeal to the lowest common denominator, degrading, profane, glamorizing immorality, etc. Madam Secretary, is an excellent example of what can be right with television. It makes me want to be a better person on many levels. There are characters who are worth emulating, dialogue worthy of memory and quoting. It is witty, charming, and challenging. There is a real attempt to show consequence for actions both good and evil. Is it realistic? Sometimes yes, sometimes no. It is not only interesting and entertaining, it is a sophisticated morality tale.
Again, I want to reiterate: I am a better person for watching Madam Secretary.
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