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From Ancient Greece to the frozen North, rulers have always needed their elite troops. Each episode details the intricate complexity of the elite troops who performed the assassination missions and how they worked.
This is one-half of a television preview with a pilot for a series called "Dads" (also on IMDb). As I stated on the message board (yes, an unaired pilot that only has been seen in marketing survey groups has a message board...a busy one at that!!!)for Dads (the other half of this twin bill), this pilot is like watching a heavily edited version of a straight-to-DVD sci-fi/chick flick. The script was choppy, with a lot of "who's that" and "WTF" moments. I couldn't give a spoiler if I tried, the plot was that bad. The premise, ie. meeting your long lost love from another life in this life, had possibilities. Unfortunately, it's not something that would work on a weekly TV series. Rod Serling could have probably made an interesting Twilight Zone episode, but other than that...meh.
Otherwise, the actors worked with what they were given and did what they could with this train wreck. The premise seemed good, but other than that, avoid Soul Mates if possible.
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