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Sylvia Batey Alcalá
Sylvia Batey Alcalá,
A brave, sexy young operative for a secret, Black Bag operation run by the CIA tires of killing for her superiors and goes into business for herself, exacting revenge on the parties responsible for the death of her fiancé.
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Tom Patrick Stephens,
I made this account just for this review.I saw that this new sitcom has really bad ratings,so i decided to watch a couple episodes and know I know why.This crappy "comedy"-show doesn't even deserve one star,the jokes are awful and the whole show looks ridiculous.And not in a funny way,in a really,really bad way.The acting is terrible and David Hoffmann shouldn't be an actor.Everyone who saw one episode will know why I said that.
Jon Foster was probably on crack while creating this show.Comedy Central needs to cancel this unfunny show right away,it's an insult to the good series they show.
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