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There is a reason that only about 9 of the 14 episodes actually aired
before this show was canceled! It's too bad, because this could have
been a great idea to base a show on. The writing was mediocre at best.
Some of the characters were a little too ignorant to be computer geeks.
For example, the character of Sosh, I can't believe that Kim Murphy
didn't stop at times to ask, "Who wrote this stupid drivel?
If you've got a couple hours to kill, check out a couple episodes. There are worse shows, that's for sure. It's seems as if someone will come up with the premise for a good show, but the scriptwriters, or the directors haven't got a clue. I know that the actors and actresses can only go by the script, but a lot of the time they can't even manage to do that.
Definitely one of the best shows on television with a huge fanbase, even
though UPN doesn't seem to recognise that.
Federal hackers vs psychotic crackers is a cool premise, but the most disturbing? It's entirely based on today's news. No joke. The stuff that Level_9 deals with can be seen in your morning paper, depending on where you are.
As I said, Level_9's got a huge fan base, with a number of sites available
Ladies, feel free to join Travis' Willing Slaves! You won't be alone.
I like the format where the geeks are the cops. with all the internet/computer dependence developing in our society, I wonder how long until some of the premise of the show is true. We already have sicko's on line trolling for children, and credit card data bases being hacked into for profit. how long until a geek shuts down an airplane in flight? more thought provoking than most realize
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