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Chaos 1 Season 2011

Season 1
(15) IMDb 7.8/10

1. Pilot TV-PG CC

After his new job at the CIA is cut on day one, Rick Martinez is enlisted by the CIA Deputy Director to be a mole in a team of unruly agents that he would love to fire.

Starring:
Freddy Rodríguez, Eric Close
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
April 1, 2011
Season 1

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David S, on June 4, 2011
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There must be a handbook out there that writers/creators/executive producers must study when they assemble pilots for TV shows. If there is, the creator of this series must have ripped his copy into quarters because after the first 15 minutes of watching this show, I definitely didn't see what was coming afterwards! I was hoping that this wasn't going to turn into a "Chuck" clone with a nerdy, newbie spy-in-training bumbling along for 45 minutes until the case is solved and I wasn't disappointed. For the first time in years, I can't wait to see the next episode!

When the pilot was first aired, I missed it due to other commitments and zero advertising! Thanks, CBS! However, I was able to purchase and watch it on Amazon Instant Video, which turned out to be a stroke of luck on my part since CBS decided not to air a repeat broadcast but instead on May 28th I saw a double-episode premiere of "Mole" and "Two Percent!" They were both great, but it would have helped viewers who arrived late-for-the-party like me to see "Pilot" first.

Now that I've seen it, I'm completely hooked on CHAOS! I look forward to seeing more episodes and re-watching "Pilot" to spot what I might have missed the first time I saw it.

Thanks, Amazon!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By sozogirl on June 1, 2011
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A great change from all the cop and forensic shows. It's my favorite hour of televsion every week.
Speaking of which, when will we be able to purchase the two most recent episodes? I mean, c'mon! A girl's gotta have her Chaos.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2011
Brilliant show full of wit and subtle humor that also brings in elements of suave action reminiscent of In Like Flint. These guys have great chemistry and writing's not too bad either.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Linaea Borealis on August 11, 2011
I came to this show late, but fell in love with it once I found it. It's a great combination of action and humor, with good acting and wonderful characters. It can't quite decide whether to be a spoof of spy movies/tv or embrace the genre wholeheartedly, but somehow it works really well. The result is wry, somewhat ridiculous but (almost) always subtle humor mixed with great action scenes and very interesting character interaction. It's unfortunate it was not well advertised, and apparently officially cancelled after 3 episodes - shame on CBS for not giving this show a chance to thrive! I'm waiting for it to come out on DVD to buy it myself, but I highly recommend it to anyone who loves action or action spoofs.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 17, 2011
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Light and funny, of course I would watch anything with Eric Close. Found this by accident, enjoyed the three episdodes I saw.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ShowFan on December 19, 2011
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The show is very entertaining. I thought the cast was impressive before I watched it so I checked it out. It imaginatively combines hot topic political new topics with James Bond style stories. I've been a Bond fan for a long time so I think I'm allowed to say that. I don't want to go on and on here but in short, excellent show and Bret Ratner (director) has risen a few notches in my eyes for having done this show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David S, on September 21, 2011
Although it was the eighth episode broadcast on CBS, I have four reasons to believe that this was intended to be the second episode broadcast (first episode after the "Pilot"):

1. Martinez starts the day by bringing in his personal belongings to his new office desk.
2. Martinez and Deputy Director Adele Ferrar do a "boy and girl meet cute scene" without Adele giving her name...yet.
3. Director Higgins describes his initial MO of hiring Martinez as a "mole" in the ODS as "starting on the wrong foot" and decides instead to appoint him as ODS's "Moral Compass."
4. The Three Spying Musketeers are still throwing Martinez into "the lion's den" as a means of testing his abilities and "fortitude."

The "dressing down the Training Instructor" scene, the "washroom struggle" scene and the "Casey serves as a decoy to restore his Secret Weapon status" scene are the primary reasons why I already miss this show! If "Southland" can get a reboot in a medium saturated with "edgy cop shows," you would think that a CBS affiliate like The CW Network (the home of "Nikita")or Showtime could keep the ball rolling for this show as well as "keeping it in the family." Just a thought.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David S, on September 21, 2011
Although it was the eighth episode broadcast on CBS, I have four reasons to believe that this was intended to be the second episode broadcast (first episode after the "Pilot"):

1. Martinez starts the day by bringing in his personal belongings to his new office desk.
2. Martinez and Deputy Director Adele Ferrar do a "boy and girl meet cute scene" without Adele giving her name...yet.
3. Director Higgins describes his initial MO of hiring Martinez as a "mole" in the ODS as "starting on the wrong foot" and decides instead to appoint him as ODS's "Moral Compass."
4. The Three Spying Musketeers are still throwing Martinez into "the lion's den" as a means of testing his abilities and "fortitude."

The "dressing down the Training Instructor" scene, the "washroom struggle" scene and the "Casey serves as a decoy to restore his Secret Weapon status" scene are the primary reasons why I already miss this show! If "Southland" can get a reboot in a medium saturated with "edgy cop shows," you would think that a CBS affiliate like The CW Network (the home of "Nikita")or Showtime could keep the ball rolling for this show as well as "keeping it in the family." Just a thought.
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