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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by hummingbird_206, Jun 24, 2014.
It's always been ridiculous. But I enjoyed it and will miss it.
I always enjoyed the Amazing Race aspect of the show. At least we got 5 seasons out of it.
Right. 'Cuz everybody knows ridiculous shows never last.
Just give us a well thought out two hour series finale and I'll be happy but it looks like that isn't going to happen.
I wonder if they ever thought of doing a Covert Affairs/White Collar crossover episode.
At least we won't have to look at a shirtless Augie anymore.
He was much nicer to look at in Odyssey 5. When he bulked up for being shirtless in Ugly Betty his body just got weird looking.
I grew tired of Annie disobeying orders all the time and going rogue. If an agent did that in reality they would be in prison.
Its funny though how we keep seeing stories of federal people like the secret service, and all the data officers doing stuff off book.
I know she's fiction but I do believe there is a lot more not "following the rules" than you think there is.
Understood, and agreed. I'm just making the points that a) you could say similar things about almost all cop/FBI/CIA shows, and b) realism -or lack thereof- has almost nothing to do with how long shows last.
I enjoyed it, but really won't miss it. It got really silly by the end. I'm sure I'll move over to other silly spy shows like State of Affairs and enjoy those
I stopped watching it last year. My recording schedule was getting too full with not enough time to watch everything in a timely manner. When I looked over my list of shows I had to trim a few and Covert Affairs got cut. The same thing for Perception and a few others. It seems like every time I do this, a show ends up getting canceled within a year. I can't believe that me not watching a show would have that much impact on the ratings. Who knew?
I will miss Shirtless Augie...
Quit whining! We never got shirtless Annie!
I have one word for you: "Looper"
Then you know what we missed. Maybe we could start a campaign to save the show by having some skin-friendly network like Starz pick it up.
Everybody that's with me send an A-cup black lace bra to the production company!
I'm sad that the show is canceled.
Me too, Agatha. I liked it, no matter how ridiculous it could be at times.