Dr. Daniel Pierce is an eccentric neuropsychiatrist who uses his unique outlook to help the federal government solve complex criminal cases.
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 Daniel Pierce (39 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Kate Moretti (39 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Natalie Vincent / ... (39 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Max Lewicki (39 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Paul Haley (35 episodes, 2012-2015)
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 Donnie Ryan (27 episodes, 2013-2015)
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Dr. Daniel Pierce is an eccentric neuropsychiatrist who uses his unique outlook to help the federal government solve complex criminal cases.

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Rachel Leigh Cook was 6 months pregnant when Season 2 ended production in 2013. This is why in most of her scenes she is sitting or carrying files covering her bump during the last episodes of Season 2. See more »

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Referenced in Conan: Eric McCormack/Michael Lewis/Roy Wood Jr. (2014) See more »

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Ridiculous, Childish and Immature With Racist Overtones
16 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The concept had potential, but the story lines were typically so absurdly over the top and implausible that the only real demographic possible was teenage girls. "Teenage girl" also describes Eric McCormack – a teenage girl's mind in a man's body. McCormack's shamelessly self-indulgent method acting and tortured narratives were dreadful. To add insult to injury, McCormack sings and plays piano – and neither well at all – much like the deluded Mandy Patinkin when he played God in Chicago Hope. And, speaking of playing God: McCormack literally treats his loyal caretaker "Max Lewicki", like a black house boy in the Old South, expecting his sidekick to leap at a moment's notice. McCormack barks "Lewicki!" and Max appears in a shirt and tie ready fulfill to McCormack's every whim. McCormack may play himself off as a liberal, but he clearly has a serious Bwana complex. If "super agent" Mark Ovitz hadn't shoved this high-budget community college theater production down the network's throat, Perception would have died a quiet and merciful death after the pilot episode. Ovitz should have quit the biz after he was fired from Disney.


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