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We started to watch the show to get a David Clennon fix. The first few episodes didn't grab us, but we've started watching again, having become rabid CSI fans. Wow! "The Agency" just gets better and better. Daniel Benzali adds an incredible edge to the show and the cast dynamic. We can't wait to see how the relationship between him and the new director (Beau Bridges) unfolds. I also agree with another poster that one of the best parts of the show is what Terri, Joshua and company do in the graphics department: I'd like some of that software! The plots, subplots, internal politics, interesting characters and Bondsian gadgets make for one of the best hours on TV.
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