Former police officer Charlie Grace (Mark Harmon) is a private detective in L.A. Six years earlier, he turned in his corrupt co-workers leaving him as a hated pariah in the police department. Crawford is one of those fired cops but he is quite happy working as a fellow private detective. Charlie often gets work from defense attorney Leslie Loeb and takes care of his daughter Jenny after his ex-wife is sent to prison.
This short-lived series produced nine episodes airing only six. Mark Harmon shows that he could lead a network series. He's perfectly charming. The tone is on the lighter side of the crime drama. The opening credit is a bit cheesy. This is early in young Leelee Sobieski's career. Robert Costanzo is solid as the sleazy P.I. The lawyer is a bit flat. The pool hall office adds nothing but the cheesy opening. He needs a buddy best friend. I assumed it to be the police captain but that ended quickly in the pilot. It's just as well that this got canceled quickly as Harmon was able to latch onto Chicago Hope and eventually much bigger success later.
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