Austin James was a brilliant yet erratic scientist who owned a thinktank known as Serendip, and who solved mysteries in his spare time using his amazing powers of deduction. Mickey was his cute secretary and sidekick. Written by
Marty McKee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As I recall, the show was canceled during the writer's strike of 1988. I don't believe the cancellation had anything to do with the quality of the show, it was just too new for the network to take a chance on, it's the same thing they do today. I just wish they'd release it on DVD.
It was very much ahead of its time, the scientific approach just wasn't that interesting to people at that time, I think. It will always be one of my most favorite shows, and perhaps someday I'll get to watch it again.
Wow, I can't believe I'm being forced to write more just to post this flippin opinion! I never thought anyone would want 10 lines of my kind of BS, but hey, who am I to complain?
wistful in Los Angeles
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