"My name is Thomas Veil."
However as the show takes you along the road of wondering how it will conclude (And you do expect something in the style of The Prisoner) You begin to think you have more insight than the casual viewer might, however the end is worthy of The Prisoner and takes you by surprise in a way that was under your nose all a long. Being American it was obviously cancelled after it's first season because it was intelligent viewing. But was this such a bad thing? Could it have maintained it's genius if it ran for six or seven years? Or would it have become main stream like The X files and only be a shadow of it's former self. Miss this show at your peril.
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