A high-tech security firm takes extreme, and often questionable, measures to sell their protection services.
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 Cameron Price (20 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Calvin 'Cash' Sparks (20 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Oz (20 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Creepy Carol (17 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Veronica Mann (13 episodes, 2012)
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 Melanie Garcia (13 episodes, 2011-2012)
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 Molly Hughes (13 episodes, 2012)
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 Ricky (11 episodes, 2012)
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A high-tech security firm takes extreme, and often questionable, measures to sell their protection services.

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6 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Breaking in  »

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The show premiered on Bret Harrison's 29th birthday. See more »

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Referenced in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #19.149 (2011) See more »

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Good show, great characters, bad decision by Fox to cancel
20 May 2011 | by (Chicago, IL) – See all my reviews

I was just getting to love this show, especially after they added Michael Rosenbaum as a full time cast member. The show was goofy and geeky with a leader of the group that is cocky, much like Community. In fact, it's very similar to Community and if you like Community, you probably like Breaking In.

Unfortunately Fox has decided to cancel this show even as it began to find its footing. What makes this show are the characters. The main character, Brett Harrison from Reaper, is a funny well grounded character (relatively speaking). His character is similar to Jason Bateman on Arrested Development where he plays off the wild actions of the supporting characters. Harrison is a very witty actor and found his acting style that I am sure will present him with another opportunity on a new show.

Christian Slater plays a wild, obnoxious but yet brilliant boss with horrible management skills but with a big heart deep down. The way he treats his staff makes Michael Scott in the Office seem like boss of the year. But just like Michael Scott, Slater's character still defends his employees.

Michael Rosenbaum plays a wild, obnoxious douche that has the brain of a 12 year old. He is like a high school jock that never grew up. He originally had just cameo appearance in the pilot but his character was such a hit they made him a full-time character after episode 3.

Oddette Annable (formerly Yustman) is probably best known for Cloverfield and The Unborn. She is one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood and perhaps the most beautiful woman on TV. She plays the only female character among the main cast. Brett Harrison's character is madly in love with Oddette's character and she herself is having romantic feelings for him. She is not a comedic center point for the show but she performs well as a former grifter that is lovable, warm at times, and a sex symbol.

Alphonso McAuley's character is a geek that will always live in his parents home (or garage as is the case here). His character is hilarious and provides many of the funny one liners or catch phrases (cover your mouth bitch!, Black Zeus).

Its sad to see Fox let another good one go. It did not run long enough to have a successful 'bring the show back' campaign like Family Guy and Futurama. I'd like see Slater and Rosenbaum go on to do other comedies.


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