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  1. Rosemary Storaska says

    CRISIS is peeling off layers like an onion on all sides and this is the FIRST show, on any station, that I am making sure I follow every week. The sister relationship between Dunn (Rachael Taylor) and Meg (Gillian Anderson) is just one of many sub plots that now begin to escalate to who knows where? Dig deeper to the sexual relationship between Meg (Anderson) and her CIA lover, who is now a key player, and it pushes fast forward right into the May 4th episode storyline that is bound to be a potential Emmy possibility. Yes, Anderson is that good and if its not noticed, its their loss. The show is like attempting to watch the roll out of a four ring circus of lead characters where you want to eyeball everything at the same time but end up focusing, through its flow, on one central plot at any given moment while everything keeps moving. Now that is worth watching especially with the added performances of Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney and Lance Gross! Stay with this one as it is opening a million ways to take this storyline to many more seasons of sub plots as it peels off to its core by the end of Season I. A Sunday night “read in motion” and the page gets turned for you! Park yourself there and enjoy the ride!

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