When her visa expires, Molly's (Erin Richards) imminent deportation leads her into a sham marriage with Cameron (Bret Harrison). Meanwhile, Oz (Christian Slater) discovers that he is still married to...
Centers on the complicated relationship between the Edwards brothers: Clark, a bipolar genius in human psychology, and Ross, a slick ex-con, who solve their clients' problems using the real science of human motivation and manipulation.
Henry Spivey, an efficiency expert, lives a typical suburban life, right down to the wife, two kids, dog, and minivan. In contrast, Edward Albright is a lethal, multilingual operative. It ... See full summary »
Out of the gate fast Breaking In got my attention quickly and kept me engaged. I laughed out loud multiple times, something normally reserved for Big Bang Theory.
I found the characters and the interaction between them funny and interesting, I hope to see them grow and evolve as individuals and as a group. I particularly liked the practical joke theme that ran through the episode. Does that make me a bad person. The plot moved quick, maybe a bit silly, but then I like silly. I came to the end of the episode wanting more. Guess I'll have to wait until next week.
If you demand thought provoking issue driven entertainment this is not for you. If you want an escape and a laugh give it a try.
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