Since the series was canceled with a number of episodes un-aired, the remaining clues were given all at once by series star Derek Cecil during a commercial break on Monday Night Football, 28 October 2002. See more »
I watched episode two just this evening and I was astounded at how brilliant and original this show is. It borrows some of its feel from things like Tales From The Darkside, The X Files and Twin Peaks, with weird opening theme music (similar to that of the movie "Seven").
Making the "hero"/protagonist an IRS agent was utterly brilliant.
I'll be watching this every Thursday night.
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