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A brilliant agent (Mather Zickel) works for a severely underfunded branch of the Canadian Secret Service.

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A brilliant agent (Mather Zickel) works for a severely underfunded branch of the Canadian Secret Service.

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Get ready to be tickled from here to Canada, !!
8 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

I'll make this short and sweet. This is the best new comedy since "Monk." The writing is superior, and the acting, by actors I don't remember having seen before, doesn't let the script down. I hope they move this show to prime time and never run out of material. Watch this show and you will NOT be disappointed.

The closest comparison to another show I can think of, believe it or not, is "My Cousin Vinny." Without resorting to any spoilers, I can tell you that it's a mixture of seeming drama laced with clever, hilarious bits of dialogue, pun and just plain perfect situational comedy.I chuckled and laughed out loud all through the show, for its genuine originality. You will too.


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