Eyes, ABC
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This show was very cool, in a very slick way. I pretty much only cared about it while I was actually watching it, but I made sure that I did watch it... and then I quite enjoyed it. And then it would pretty much leave my mind for the week, till the next episode. And then the network just stopped airing it after a few eps, which sucked, because it deserved to last a lot longer. I kinda miss it now...

Anyway, it's about this high-tech, high-class firm of highly skilled private investigators, called Judd Risk Management. It's run by Harlan Judd, who is himself the slickest of the lot. He seems pretty cool, and amusing, smug, impishly charming, doesn't really seem to take anything terribly seriously. But he really does. Everyone takes their jobs seriously. I never got much of a feel for the other characters, but they're all quite good, and potentially very interesting. The firm includes lead investigators Nora Gage (who we like), Chris Didion (who is also Harlan's best friend), Jeff McCann, and an associate investigator, Meg Bardo (who we like), seems poised to become a lead; surveillance technician Trish Agermeyer (who we like, and with whom Jeff was having an affair); Trish's husband Danny, a field researcher (who left after discovering the affair); and a lawyer, Leslie Town (who we like). Harlan knows someone working for him is a mole for his enemy (former mentor and boss) Clay Burgess, but he doesn't know who it is. He asked Jeff to find out, and he did- it's Nora. But he's not telling Harlan this yet, for fear of his life. Meanwhile, there are plenty of interesting cases for the firm to work on, and it's great fun seeing them do their thing. Wish I could say more... well, I wish there was more to say....


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