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I don't know where to start... the first 2 parts have been a serious disappointment and I almost shudder at having to sit through another 2 horrendous parts to finish the story.
The first 10 minutes should have been a sign to simply turn it off. When I saw Mira Sorvino's character inexplicably take a large walking stick and jump on a horse to go after bad guys and then joust him with it, I should've known it was another one of NBC's horrible attempt to create worthwhile programming. I couldn't stop laughing at how ridiculous it was. The even tried to go as far as comparing her to Indiana Jones as a joke... what an insult to Indy...
The dialogue sounds like it was written by a 2nd grader, and the acting is worse than a high school play...
Stop wasting our time with this crap, NBC... maybe you wouldn't have to keep pumping this stupid stuff out if you didn't cancel good shows like Journeyman or My Own Worst Enemy. All you have left is Heroes, and that can't compete with 24 or House... NBC's golden years died with the ending of Friends and Seinfeld. Don't bother to watch it for anything other than the news.
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