Following the death of CEO Robert Loring at precisely 10:44 pm, the FBI sends in Jordan Price, one of their best and brightest to solve the case. As other key executives are murdered at ... See full summary »
A subversive, scathing look at a self-loathing management consultant from a top-tier firm. Marty, a highly successful, cutthroat consultant is never above using any means (or anyone) necessary to get his clients the information they want.
A very interesting idea. The show follows a man working in a gun store. IMDb has other writing and acting credits for him prior to this reality show, but we will let that slide to focus on this one. The store has a gun range down stairs which for me adds to the atmosphere. My local store has one to the side with plexi-glass windows to see in. The idea is that Mr. Ryan decided to put cameras in his store to capture interactions with the various people coming in to look at, purchase, or shoot firearms. This results in a grand mixture of people from all walks of life. For any person who thinks only cops and red necks have guns, this will open some eyes. The stories told by the employees/owners and the customers are great. There are some true survival stories mixed in with many close encounters and life changing events. Most of which are very interesting at minimum. Mr. Ryan himself is a very entertaining, knowledgeable, and likable person in his own right. I would recommend this show to all who find the previews at all interesting.
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