I enjoyed the humor, much better than Undercover. Pilot was awesome. Although not as good as Alias in the drama department. I am watching it during the exam season, so that should tell you how much I enjoyed it.
It really is a shame that CBS nixed this show. It was effortlessly funny in a way that most comedies fail to be, with jokes that seem to come naturally with the premise and a light and humorous look at the CIA. The casting was excellent in every position, and Tim Blake-Nelson must be the most underrated actor in Hollywood. Really, I enjoyed the episodes that aired, and it was really disappointing to hear that there wouldn't be any more.
It's a not always comfortable mix of action, drama and comedy, and if it's far from the worst new series to hit the airwaves this season, it's also not at the top of the list. It's a little too middle of the road for its own good.
Filled with familiar faces, from Eric Close to Tim Blake Nelson to Kurtwood Smith, the show aims for breezy fun, but to sell the premise of eccentric spooks tracking terrorists, the humor has to be better than the jabbering wisecracks and frenetic sight gags here.
The show's acting offers no respite. Scenes unfold very slowly, as characters talk quickly but pause at the end of each speech, often holding a self-satisfied smirk as if listening to an inaudible laugh track.
I really don't know why people are not catching onto this show. It is brilliant and amazingly humorous. I feel like this show is completely underrated and it is nobody's fault other than CBS. I had luck, I had a friend tell me about this show who actually only found out about it from another friend of hers. Word of mouth is great and everything, but don't cancel a show because you don't have the views you want but didn't bother to advertise CBS! Not to mention that CBS has aired the episodes out of order in an epic failure to get more viewers, and so the story and characters progress without any real viewer understanding. CBS, that is just outrageous, it really is. This show has major potential. If only more people would get the chance to see it!...
Not bad. A little overacted but a decent storyline. The premise is not terribly original. Cliche's and interoffice/spy politics run amuck. I was interested enough to keep watching even though a couple of times I checked the time.
Well here we have another show that will not see the light of day past just a hand full of episodes at most. It is just plain bad in every way. I wanted to even give the second episode a chance but, just could not see my way to caring enough to even try.
To stomach my way through poor script, acting, and show in general well I just had enough and want to say just dont waste your time.