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Think this tv show does not know its own "win condition".
It tries to take the setting in opposite directions at the same time and it tries to be both clever and sensational at times.
Sometimes it throws logic aside for some fun but very dumb laser gun shooting.
It tries to be dark and gritty but it also invests plenty of time to be likable and charming.
It ends up failing at both, its neither fun and dumb action nor it it smart and slow.
Its neither lovable charm nor is it dark and gritty.
Sometimes you need to pick on and stick to it and pull off one of them.
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