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I was so excited to see this show since I like both Rob Estes & Orlando Jones. The first time I watched the show I was sucked into the way you get to see all the evidence and how it's pieced together by the inspectors. I also enjoy seeing Martin Landau's character on screen. He always manages to provide a little humor as well as history lesson. The only concern I have is that this great show will end up alongside "Firefly" at the end of it's first season.If you enjoy two hot guys who can also act with interesting back stories - Rob's character has a wife who was murdered, the case is still open and he can't get answers through the station; Orlando is trying to help his ex-gang banger brother get a fresh start after jail - then this is THE show for you.
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