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I liked the pilot episode I saw today online. I thought the characters were interesting and the writing crisp with sly humor. The show seems to be a mix of Human Target with the action and fun interplay between the characters and Better Off Ted with the witty, slightly sarcastic take on the bureaucracy of an organization.
It has a quirkiness to it that is quite appealing with various twists and turns to keep you off guard. This is refreshing given the lack of good entertainment on TV nowadays.
I will watch this weeks episode and if it is a good as the pilot, then I think CBS will have a hit. Hopefully they give it time to get the good ratings I believe will occur.
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