Predictably, it returned to the "Most Popular" list.
Kansas City ranked #37 in 2009, the last time they compiled this list, and Pamela told me about this low rating before we even met in person.
And though no one I spoke to in KC knew about the list, no one was surprised.
Almost everyone I talked to was either married, divorced, or engaged, which (I imagine) sucks for the single folks in town.
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Although it ended a year and a half ago, I keep getting lots of Google hits to my old coverage of it.
In fact the second-most-read item on this site in 2015 is my followup on what happened to people after the end of Season 2 — posted in October 2013.
Kamala Devi, a star of both seasons, is keeping her family's Facebook page for Showtime viewers busy and up-to-date.
You no longer need a Showtime subscription to watch the series in its afterlife — it's now available on i Tunes: Season 1, Season 2.
(.99 an episode, .99 a season in HD; .99 and .99 in SD.) Meanwhile, Season 1 just ended a run on German TV-SIXX.