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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by johnstein11, Dec 8, 2011.
Anyone see this show? It's actually pretty good.
I seen four episodes and got bored pretty quick.
Interesting premise, I just hate the whispery-super-spy hero.
I like it.
I like it too.
I have been watching it but the whisper annoys the crap out of me.
I have been DVRing it, but I got bored after a few episodes also...
I like it
Yeah far fetched premise - but its TV not Shakespeare. What makes the show are the 3 main actors (4th if you count the "ex-corrupt" cop).
Best episode so far has been Finch/Reese going nose-to-nose with an ornery ex-Stasi agent - someone who is Reese's equal in fieldcraft and a bad attitude to match.
That and using a .50 cal Barrett M82A1 to take a car out in downtown New York helped.
But seriously, how many shows have the chops to feature a CZ-52 in them?
i missed the first few episodes... where do they get the names of people that need saving?
I'm assuming that "Ben from Lost" invented some super computer that predicts the future, but I'm not sure
I like the show. In last week's episode, Paige Turco looked GOOD!
I like it, pretty good show! Premise is far fetched though.
Current favorite tv show.
that's why i dont like the guy on future weapons... I don't care that he's a SEAL.. but his ninja voice pisses me off to listen to.
The "machine" spits out numbers of people that are in danger.
A massive data mining/analysis system. He gave a short explanation of how it worked on last weeks episode. Basically it sees anomalies in everday life and then spits out some identifier like a SSN of the person.
One of the very few TV programs I enjoy.
They don't all need saving. The supercomputer spits out a social security number of a 'person of interest'. It could be a person that needs saving or it could be a person who is going to commit a crime.
What he said.
but did it "jump the shark" by getting the female cop on their side?
Like the show.