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Follows the book of ACTS. Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ.
TV executives are really a lazy bunch . They`re sitting there trying to think up new ideas as to how to get a ratings winner so they hire a former EASTENDERS actor and put them in a very formulaic action/detective series . They did it with Ross Kemp and ULTIMATE FORCE , they did it with Tamzin Outhwaite and RED CAP and now they`ve done it with Martin Kemp and SERIOUS AND ORGANISED .
Martin Kemp is by no means a bad actor , he`s a damn sight better than just about any former pop star turned thespian you can name and I thought one of the very few good things in EASTENDERS was his role as Steve Owen but I wasn`t too impressed with SERIOUS AND ORGANISED . It`s basically a run of the mill cop show cum exEASTENDERS star vehicle . Any of the episodes plots could more or less have been done in THE BILL , THE SWEENEY etc . The only selling point is Martin Kemp as DC Jack Finn and the fact that Finn has a brother which leads to some on screen sibling rivalry , and the " Im DC Finn. So`s he " catchphrase wears very thin very quickly . That said I did enjoy the episode in which Finn makes the joke " talk about being in two places at once " which could have come from the mouth of Jack Regan
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