Heavenly agents of the "Corps" fight against demonic Morlocks in Hollywood.

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 Chandler Smythe (22 episodes, 1999-2000)
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 Henry McNeil (22 episodes, 1999-2000)
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 Decker Benbow (22 episodes, 1999-2000)
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 Ford Plasko (22 episodes, 1999-2000)
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 Ben Smythe (10 episodes, 1999-2000)
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Chandler Smythe, a reporter, is killed be a demonic-looking gang member. He awakens in a police interrogation room and is offered the chance to join "the Corps," a group of heavenly agents who struggle against the Faustians (folks who make a deal with the devil) and Morlocks (what the Faustians become when their deal falls through). He teams up with Henry MacNeil, a black man from the 70's. Together they travel the streets of Hollywood (a center of demonic activity, naturally), fighting evil. Written by <crow_steve@hotmail.com>

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18 July 1999 (USA)  »

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Good vs Evil  »

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$600,000 (estimated)
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A year earlier, Richard Brooks (II) played one of the escapees from Hell in the similarly-themed series Brimstone (1998). See more »

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Chandler Smythe: Who's Jacobus Blitzer?
C. Arthur Foust: Who's Jacobus Blitzer?
Henry McNeil: You don't know who Jacobus Blitzer is?
Chandler Smythe: I went to public school.
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Fighting Evil with the Mod Squad
16 April 2006 | by (Rain City, Pacific Northwest) – See all my reviews

Retro 70's hipness, ten years too early.

Hard to describe the charms of this excellent series. Shame it didn't catch on. Considering the rather bent sense of humor, perhaps not so surprising. But I loved it. Clayton Rohner and Richard Brooks had great chemistry and the whole wacky dead-pan tone was like The Mod Squad mixed with I-Spy and The X-files. Marshall Bell and Googie Gress were hilarious. The numerous celebrity cameos were very well-handled. (Never thought I'd see Emmanuel Lewis unmasked as a demon) I recall the show premiered on USA and then switched to SCi Fi channel. After the change there was a noticeable drop in quality. It was as if someone had given the decree to make is less edgy and more mainstream. But for the first ten episodes, there was nothing quite like it.


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