In a scene in the first episode, Agent Chamberlain and Detective Agnew are talking to some gang members on a street corner. The street sign reads "E. Emmett St.", which actually exists in Battle Creek, Michigan, where the show is set. The tall building in the background however, is not in Battle Creek. See more »
Despite what is shown in the series, Michigan law does not require a license plate on the front of vehicles. Only a license plate in the rear is required. See more »
This show makes me laugh. It fills a role in that it is unique enough & attracts an audience that hates those shows with the fake laugh track that aren't even funny. My husband and I look forward to it every week. They are doing a good job of developing the characters. I think it is on too late; not for me but it is light hearted and should come on earlier. I really hope CBS keeps it going & gives it a chance. We hardly watch any TV shows. We watch mostly sports on TV as most shows are not entertaining like this one. The stories are quite creative and downright corny. I mean corny in a good way. TV needs this show to continue. Battle Creek needs more advertising to attract the right viewers.
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