While his IRS friend, Grace, digs for more information back home, Jim finds a new possible ally, suffers from further traumatic flashbacks to his childhood, investigates the town's bank, and learns ...
Idealistic, incorruptible IRS agent Jim Prufrock receives a mysterious fax containing financial information about the shady Versailles Casino in a small corrupt Nevada desert town called Push. Jim travels there to investigate who sent him the fax and why, and uncovers hints of a government conspiracy of unfathomable proportions. Meanwhile, mysterious men in black search for a bible stolen along with $1 million from the casino's vault. In each episode, a clue is inconspicuously given about the secret message that the viewers should put together and send to the production studio to win actual $1 million. Although the show was canceled before all clues were given, a lucky viewer managed to put it all together and win the prize.
The clues presented in the series were decoded to form a toll-free phone number for viewers to claim a $1 million prize. The prize was won by Mark Nakamoto, of West New York, New Jersey, who was the first to call in after the final set of clues were broadcast on ABC's Monday Night Football. See more »
Here's the deal: Whore yourself out for one hour to Ben Affleck, then another or 2 online, and you WONT win 1 million dollars. And I'm even talking to you sad freaks who see that clue in the corner of the screen 2d1-7!!! IT MUST BE A
FREAKIN clue!!! I have much better things to do with my time: Write a show
better than this and make more than a million. Thanks Ben and Matt! The show
is stylish, moody, and plotty as reading the help wanted ads in the paper. I'd rather watch saturday morning cartoons. BYE!
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