Breaking In 2 Seasons 2012

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Season 2
(6) IMDb 7.7/10
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4. Game of Jones TV-14 CC

Oz's (Christian Slater) plan to cover up an embezzlement scheme inside of Contra backfires when co-conspirator Cash (Alphonso McAuley) decides to turn an imaginary employee into Indiana Jones. Meanwhile, Veronica's (Megan Mullally) employee roast manages to turn the whole office against Cameron (Bret Harrison).

Starring:
Bret Harrison, Megan Mullally
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
March 27, 2012

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Game of Jones

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Season 2

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Genres Comedy
Director Timothy Busfield
Starring Bret Harrison, Megan Mullally
Supporting actors Alphonso McAuley, Erin Richards, Christian Slater, Jennifer Irwin, Sean Patrick Flanery, Lance Krall, Terrell Lee, Kelly Meyersfield, Anabelle Acosta, Ben Zelevansky, Jacqueline Lord
Season year 2013
Network FOX
Executive Producer Marc Abrams
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris on April 22, 2012
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This second season is nothing like the first season. The entire plot line has changed - instead of doing cool, security jobs, most of the episodes focus on the inter-office relationships. Also, Dutch is gone and Melanie leaves after the second episode. So we're left with that Karen chick from Will & Grace. It's too bad, if they would have stayed with the original premise this show could have been great - however, it seems that in order to get a second season, they had to make some compromises - for the worst, in my opinion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cap Capello on June 1, 2012
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Season 1 was smart, quick, funny, and had a story line that slightly filled the void for us heartbroken "Chuck" TV series lovers. Somebody in the marble hallways made a grievous judgement error in focusing the plot from the action spy outside "Sting" movie-like world of Season 1, to the single room set of "Friends" in Season 2.

Poor Odette Anabelle. Leaves this to go to "House" and "House" bails out.

Christian Slater is far less effective as a second stringer to Megan Mullally, who is irreverent as ever in her near total recreation of her "Will & Grace" role. Christian needs to be the series top-dog and Megan's character would be better suited as some part of the team as opposed to its boss. Her character's ineptitude yet self aggrandizing power status is too reminiscent of many government officials.

The lighted two stars in the rating are for the actors doing a great job with almost nothing in Season 2 to work with while the unlighted three stars is because of the disappointing and uncalled for changes in the basic Season 1 premise, followed by passionless creativity within the writing of Season 2's revamped premise.

Somebody screwed up between seasons.
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By Todd Deaton on January 20, 2014
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Great story line, however I do not feel Christian Slatter is that great of an actor. one Two Three four.
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