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This series appeals to me. I like the very ordinary looking characters, but fully competent, down to earth.and common looking. Some are rather cute. No James Bond these! But, vicious and cunning just as well. And really courageous, and possessing great sense of humor. The Boss, Higgins is also great. The Office of Destructive Services (Is that sort of the Hurt Locker?) I also like the tough but vulnerable Deputy Director. I intend to follow the episodes, as much as I can, God willing. I like the ways the characters interact with one another, instead of just blurting out techmical, over burdensome lines that dare to test your knowledge of medicine, criminal science, etc., etc., ad nauseum However, the missions, circumstances, and events are real and plausible enough for me, without overtaxing my brains or memory. Yes. Virginia, THERE ARE Dopeys like me who still watch TV. And Please leave your science in the SCHOOL LABS Already! I don't care to know that a grain of the Kalahari Sand was found in the dead men's Jockey Shorts. But really, I don't find any of the episodes anyway near senile, and I know there was a good flow of events that don't bore me. Well, this is all for now folks.
Redyoyo06 Panorama City, CA
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