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It is hard to describe what it is, JJ Abrams shows, though conventional television, have an an edge. Perhaps it is something about the characters, that is intriguing, that make you want to know what really makes them tick. Think "Alias." With these two characters, all I want to do is look at them. Which, by the way, is not a bad way to spend an hour in front of the TV.
I can only conclude that this is an Abrams knock off. I think NBC has been doing so poorly in the ratings that they went out and bought the equivalent of a fake Louis Vuitton purse (the kind you by on the streets of Shanghai or Beijing).
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