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Craig T. Nelson,
Roger Aaron Brown,
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I think that The Agency is a wonderful show because it is not fake. Many of the shows out there today have wonderful acting but they don't seem real, they don't seem to hit home with some people. The Agency takes real things that have happened and turned them into Storylines and Scripts. Like the Anthrax and the smallpox episodes. Things that really happened. Even though the show is just a show and none of it is really real and we shouldn't depend on it for the answers but sometimes it gives us a sense of comfort because it shows us what the CIA does to handle national problems. I hope that this show stays on the air for a long time, as long as ER and NYPD Blue. I hope also that more people will start to watch the Agency to keep it on the air because it is a truly wonderful show.
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