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Every single time I watch this show I laugh. Not because it is funny, but because every single story is just not even that serious. I watch this show every day because the stories on it are done so dramatically. There was an episode where a person lost their kite and the lifeguards went out to find it. What kind of a rescue story is that? Another one was a person who is just lying on the shore and the commentator in the background is saying that he could be seriously hurt, unconscious and maybe even dead. It goes to the ad break. After the ad break, a lifeguard goes to see if he is alright and it turns out he was just catching a breadth. Does that even count as a story? Bahahahahahaha!!! I love this show. But only because it doesn't have stories like the other awful rescue shows. I am rating it a 1 out of 10 because it isn't a rescue show. I have to watch it when my parents aren't around because they can't stand the show. It is SO Fake. ;P SPOILER- Whenever a child is missing, they are always found.
I hadn't watched this show before today, flipped on the TV out of boredom and there it was. I'll be honest, at first I was tempted to flip the channel. I haven't been too big of a fan of Tru TV but I decided to give this show a chance. I'm so glad I did. Its amusing, almost along the lines of cops but less about the chase and arrest aspect. There's more of a social aspect to it. Officer Sean Bannan and his partner were a joy to watch. My husband and I got a kick out of watching his gruff demeanor play out through the episodes. If you haven't seen it, give it a try. Its only a half hour and if you don't laugh at least once, change the station!
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