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''Street Time'' is a drama that follows Kevin Hunter (Creator/RobMorrow), a recent parolee trying to get his life back on track but his former associates are after him. His parole officer, James Liberti (Creator/ScottCohen) tries to keep him in line while dealing with his own problems.

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''Street Time'' is a drama that follows Kevin Hunter (Creator/RobMorrow), a recent parolee parolee. He's trying to get his life back on track track, but his former associates are after him. His parole officer, James Liberti Liberti, (Creator/ScottCohen) tries to keep him in line while dealing with his own problems.



* AbsenteeActor: Several characters don't appear in several episodes.

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* AbsenteeActor: Several characters don't appear in several some episodes.



** James has to deal with his son, who is shown to be having behavioral issues, with him even getting kicked out of school.

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** James has to deal with his son, who is shown to be having behavioral issues, with him and even getting gets kicked out of school.


Street Time is a drama that follows Kevin Hunter (Creator/RobMorrow), a recent parolee trying to get his life back on track but his former associates are after him. His parole officer, James Liberti (Creator/ScottCohen) tries to keep him in line while dealing with his own problems.

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Street Time ''Street Time'' is a drama that follows Kevin Hunter (Creator/RobMorrow), a recent parolee trying to get his life back on track but his former associates are after him. His parole officer, James Liberti (Creator/ScottCohen) tries to keep him in line while dealing with his own problems.




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* DysfunctionalFamily: Both Kevin and James have some serious problems with their families, as Kevin is trying to smooth things out with his wife. [[spoiler:Kevin also had to cover for his brother dealing with drugs and he got sent to prison as a result]].

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* DysfunctionalFamily: Both Kevin and James have some serious problems with their families, as DysfunctionalFamily:
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Kevin is trying to smooth things out with his wife. [[spoiler:Kevin also had to cover for his brother dealing with drugs and he got sent to prison as a result]].



* FairCop: James Liberti, a parole officer.
* TheGamblingAddict: James is revealed to be one.
* ReformedButRejected: A Major problem that parolees have to deal with.
* TheUnFavourite: Kevin is this to his parents, in relation to his drug charges, as compared to his seemingly clean brother.

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ReformedButRejected: A Major problem that parolees have to deal with.
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TheUnFavourite: Kevin is this to his parents, in relation to his drug charges, as compared to his seemingly clean brother.brother. %%Describe how his parents treat them differently
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* TheGambling Addict: James is revealed to be one.

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* TheGambling Addict: TheGamblingAddict: James is revealed to be one.

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Street Time is a drama that follows Kevin Hunter (Creator/RobMorrow), a recent parolee trying to get his life back on track but his former associates are after him. His parole officer, James Liberti (Creator/ScottCohen) tries to keep him in line while dealing with his own problems.

A ShortRunner that ran from 2002-2003 on Creator/{{Showtime}} and ran for two seasons.

!This show provides examples of
* AbsenteeActor: Several characters don't appear in several episodes.
** Steve Goldstein (Creator/SimonReynolds) doesn't appear in "Rapid Dog".
** Ann Valentine (Creator/AllegraFulton) doesn't appear in "No Excuses".
* DysfunctionalFamily: Both Kevin and James have some serious problems with their families, as Kevin is trying to smooth things out with his wife. [[spoiler:Kevin also had to cover for his brother dealing with drugs and he got sent to prison as a result]].
** James has to deal with his son, who is shown to be having behavioral issues, with him even getting kicked out of school.
* FairCop: James Liberti, a parole officer.
* TheGambling Addict: James is revealed to be one.
* ReformedButRejected: A Major problem that parolees have to deal with.
* TheUnFavourite: Kevin is this to his parents, in relation to his drug charges, as compared to his seemingly clean brother.

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