Taking place towards the end of WWII, 500 American Soldiers have been entrapped in a camp for 3 years. Beginning to give up hope they will ever be rescued, a group of Rangers goes on a dangerous mission to try and save them.
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[interrogating the squad]
Which one of you is spreading rumors about me and hinting that I be reassigned?
Sgt. "Scream" Silas:
[appears behind the Lieutenant]
I am, sir. So if you want to scream at anyone, you yell at me. But I scream back, sir. That's why they call me "Scream".
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This is one of the few shows in a while I've actually looked forward to watching every week. I know it's probably every bit as unrealistic as many military personnel have described here, but it's fiction. It's meant to tell a story, and just like any movie or (non-reality) TV show, it takes plenty of artistic license. I'm in the medical profession and I love "ER." Of course I laugh at how unbelievably inaccurate it usually is, but I enjoy it nonetheless. Additionally, I don't blame the doctors and nurses who act as advisors to the show; they don't produce it and have little more control over the script and special effects than imparting their own knowledge.
I'll definitely continue to watch "Over There."
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