September 23, 2010 by Post Team
First game tonight frothy, we find Steven and Samantha Bloom (Boris Kodjoe and raw MBATHA Gugu-). They run a small catering company, and although it is jaw droppingly beautiful, your marriage is at idle.
While attending a wedding, she looks sadly at the newlyweds, said: “I can not remember the last time we danced.” Later, in bed, he admits that “are as backward” for sex. But avoid the carnal gymnastics police to some Z’s. Ho-hum.
But they have a little faith, help is on the road. As a result, the flowers were two of the best spies
The CIA has had – until he fell in love five years ago and retired. But now a big fish in the agency (McRaney Gerald) wants to turn them back on for a vital mission abroad.
Flowers reluctantly agrees to return to work and before you know it, they’re blowing things, beating up bad guy and participate in something called “sexpionage.” Of course it is an important bill – one that rekindles that old romantic sizzle. Who knew that the work of espionage could be a form of Viagra?
The series comes from super-producer J.J. Abrams, who has worked in this genre before. However, “secret agents” is more “Hart to Hart” to “Alias” and this is good news for viewers seeking pure escapism wish-fulfillment, without all the mythology mind sore.
The pilot, not a total knockout, leaving a little bland and safe. While Abrams was insufficient to keep our interest, feels like I was deflected from the gas pedal. The action sequences are not inducers of breath and romance is undercooked.
Moreover, MBATHA-Kodjoe and Raw are indeed very attractive. I think you spend more time with them. In addition, the writers wisely set the story in a way that the flowers do not know about the spying careers of others (who worked separately). This will no doubt be a source of tension skeleton in the cupboard.
Now let’s hope Abrams push the throttle and turn “secret agents” in the vicarious thrill ride should be.
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