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This show had me on the edge of my seat so many times. The main character was a mess mentally and emotionally, but that seems to be the trend lately - a brilliant but messed up genius. It does make for some twisty stories though, some very heart-wrenching. Also lots of politics and business power-plays that makes us think more than most shows.
A few story lines towards the end really stretched the imagination IMO, but overall, most of the stories seemed plausible (I took one microbiology course and lower level organic chemistry, so an actual scientist might think differently). I recommend it for viewers that enjoy House and Bones.
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