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The closest the Americans will ever get to "The Avengers".
Yes, it's cheesy! Yes, it's unbelievable! But it gets the humour and the action just right, and getting Patrick MacNee in for cameos makes it perfect. Try and catch all the references to The Prisoner, The Avengers, and so on. And it's so good to see a series where the girl does more than just sprain her ankle during the fights.
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