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McBride is a U.S. Marshal and his job is to guard criminals, protect witnesses, and pursue escaped convicts. His job takes all across the country where he meets all kinds of people. Written by
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Another example of the networks wasting of a great TV show. Actor Jeff Fahey as U.S. Marshal McBride was great and his character was real, always trying to do his stressful job and juggle family and good morals, and the network tries to convert it to a blow up everything and shoot everything type of show which sealed its fate rather quickly. The scenery in the show was always nice and the acting was superb. The plots were always creative until the changed directions. Characters that the viewer can relate to are always better than network heroes the shoot and destroy everything in sight. It was fun while it lasted. We will miss you U.S. Marshall McBride.
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