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A show about a group of vigilantes known as the Knights. Maldonado was the head of the group. Every week the Knights would go out and fight crime in their Varsity jackets with two basic rules: 1)No excessive violence and 2)No killing. In the first episode, one of the members broke those rules and was sent to prison. Written by
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Obviously a chance to capitalize on the Guardian Angels phenomenon,the show was done carefully and right.Each character was different and had his/her hangups/problems of the week.A likeable cast of varying actors of all sizes/races,it truly was an ensemble cast.I can imagine the idea of average citizens protecting a city is not everybodys cup of tea in a show,but consider it Power Rangers for grown ups.They werent super human,but they tried to be "super-humans".And nobody should find fault in that. The show didnt get the run it deserved.
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