When a dignified-looking older preacher comes to town, all the older women want to impress him. Aunt Bee, after someone suggests it, buys a wig--a short blonde one. Later the preacher gives a sermon about having no pretenses. Aunt Bee finally tells the
Annie Walker is a stubborn, 'I don't need any help', type of newbie CIA agent. As you follow her in the field throughout the years you grow a real attachment to her, Augie and Joan. Not to mention the slew of handsome love interests she collects along the way. While somewhat predictable, it was surely never boring. My guess as to why it was canceled...I've got nothing.
This is a good show, lots of action and intrigue. Story lines are very well written and the characters are likable.
The story is alright, it gets a little too complicated in season 4 and 5, but a nice watch with good characters, solid acting and writing.
Watch Nikita or Burn Notice if you like this.
I have to admit, this a show that I go from really loving to "why is this still on the air?" to really loving again. The writers have really push the character of Anna Walker this season, so I think it is the best season so far. You get the impression that anything is possible with this show. I am keen to see where it goes from here.