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'Spy Game' was a very interesting show. The action/fight moments were brilliant. Linden Ashby (Lorne) and Allison Smith (Max) looked impressive in the fight scenes. They made a very cool screen duet. Too bad, they aren't popular. Great actors!
The main theme song was great as well. You really feel that spy atmosphere while listening to it.
Many people call this show 'cheesy'. OK, maybe they are right but it was so entertaining at the same time.
Spy Game is one of the main reasons why I miss the 90's so much!!!
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