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The American Embassy 

Emma Brody is a young, single all-American woman who leaves behind her dysfunctional family in Toledo, Ohio to take a job as the vice consul at the U.S. Embassy in London, England where she... See full summary »
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 Emma Brody 6 episodes, 2002
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 Elque 'Q' Polk 6 episodes, 2002
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 Gary Forbush 6 episodes, 2002
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 Carmen Jones 6 episodes, 2002
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 Janet Westerman 6 episodes, 2002
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 Liz Shoop 5 episodes, 2002
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 Jack Wellington 4 episodes, 2002
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 Doug Roach 3 episodes, 2002
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 Drew Barkley 3 episodes, 2002
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 Rob Goodwin 3 episodes, 2002
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 Algerian Terrorist 3 episodes, 2002
R.J. Adams
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Emma Brody is a young, single all-American woman who leaves behind her dysfunctional family in Toledo, Ohio to take a job as the vice consul at the U.S. Embassy in London, England where she squares off against her no-nonsense boss, Elque Polk, and has a meeting of minds with CIA attache Doug Roach and her new co-workers in dealing with various political cases. Written by Anonymous

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Cancelled after four episodes. Two episodes never aired. See more »

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Referenced in Family Guy: North by North Quahog (2005) See more »

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Enjoyable television
28 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

The American Embassy has just started screening here and, after watching the first two episodes, I had decided that this was a series I would watch. I am dismayed to learn that it was canceled after only six episodes, and that the final three episodes were not broadcast. With only three episodes listed in my guide, I am yet to learn if I will see the final three episodes. In any event, I found this program very entertaining as a television drama (this is not a documentary!!!)and the characterizations, treatment of material and resolutions both intelligent and satisfying. With the present invasion of our screen with rubbish "reality television", I search out good programs and was happy to come across The American Embassy. I join the chorus for its reinstatement.


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