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Rio and his buddy Wiley are supposedly just ordinary pilots working for the Latin American air transport company Air America. In truth, they are undercover secret agents receiving their orders directly from the State Department in Washington. As part of their duties they investigate international crime, protect witnesses, rescue people who need rescuing, and occasionally get themselves out of messes that their boss, Furman, keeps getting them into as he tries to line his own pockets.Written by
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Now, I'll admit that my tastes, and standards for TV programming have gone down a bit over the years, but I honestly liked Air America: The Series. Despite the fact that it uses a movie title, and had no relation whatsoever to the movie; it was a good low-budget action show that I actually saw every Saturday. I was also disappointed when it went off the air, especially when it was replaced by the Relic Hunter. Now that IS a damn $#!tty show if I've ever seen one!
Personally, I think that TV programming on Saturday nights should be really cheesy. And Air America fit in nicely with Acapulco Heat, Pensacola: Wings of Gold, Baywatch Hawaii, and Walker: Texas Ranger.
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