Maude - Unlike All in the Family, which at least tried to have characters on both sides of the political fence, Maude was just a one-sided liberal diatribe, with no formidible opposition. This was no doubt due to Norman Lear believing all of the claptrap that he had the main character spewing but it wound up making for a less interesting show. What would be referred to in wrestling parlance as a squash match.Storefront Lawyers aka Men At Law - CBS tries to out-ABC ABC with this typical early 70s relevant show. All poor people good, everyone else bad.Matt Lincoln - Vince Edwards as a caring, concerned psychiatrist. Ponderous series and you keep waiting and hoping for his inner Ben Casey to come out and let somebody have it! Never happens.The Man and The City - Another rotten idea. Take Anthony Quinn, another fiery, passionate actor and like with Edwards, totally neuter him to the point that his mayor character might as well be played by Wally Cox.Bronk - Once again, taking Jack Palance, who spent his career playing total badasses, and making him this contemplative, cerebral character. Like turning Clint Eastwood into Jim Rockford.