One of the FBI agents is named Special Agent Leonard Heisman. The father of Mark Harmon (who himself played football at UCLA) was a Heisman trophy winner as a tailback for the University of Michigan. See more »
It was mentioned that Lucas' cabin is in Wisconsin. However, when he is driving to the cabin, the narration has him traveling I-35. That is a north-south part of the interstate system that does not cross into Wisconsin at any point so he would have to take I-35 to another local highway to cross into Wisconsin. See more »
For one, Mark Harmon is too old, too thinning and gray, too scrawny, and too short to credibly pull off Detective Lucas Davenport. He came across as a better-dressed version of Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Second, he surrounded himself with some of the lamest acting talent available today. Athena Karkanis was embarrassingly bad as Marcy, even when you looked past the fact that she's too short, too soft-spoken, and not physical enough (inadequately endowed) to fill the role (think WWF's Chyna toned down a notch--that's Marcy). Did Harmon even read the book? Or the series? An unbelievable hack job. I think the Porsche out-acted the cast. Poor Sandford/Camp is now 0-for-2 on screen adaptations of his books. Note to Harmon: If you plan on doing another Davenport book, please hire Sandford as a consultant/screenwriter and LISTEN to him.
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