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How do you think the show has improved since its launch last season? The murder mysteries are sophisticated and they keep you guessing up until the very end, which is really the kind of thing that keeps me excited. I also think that the love triangle, the tension with Laura, Jake and Tony, has lit a fire under some of our viewers. The show has a little bit for everybody. What I love about her is that she does not care an iota about what she looks like. She will just take off and I think that would drive me crazy after a while. The writers have really stepped it up this season.