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Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye stars Deanne Bray as a profoundly deaf woman whose unique lip reading ability lands her on the F.B.I.’s elite surveillance team. Tackling tough cases while catching the eye of handsome Agent Jack Hudson, Sue and her hearing dog Levi are suddenly ‘G-men’ on the adventure of a lifetime! Enjoy all 56 episodes of this critically acclaimed family favorite, created by Dave and Gary Johnson (Doc, High Incident, Against the Grain) and inspired by a remarkable true story.
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We have always hoped it would come back. Great actors playing characters that were so enjoyable, I never had to be concerned letting them into my living room for entertainment. It is a rare quality these days to watch a show that is extremely entertaining and not offensive.
I've always loved action shows so the FBI part intrigued me. The unique humor had me roaring many times. The friendships and trust built within the team unit was more than a pleasure to watch, as well as some romance and other characters with stories to tell. For me it had it all. But what really shocks me is that there has never been before or after, a show that so completely brings together the worlds of the hearing and the deaf. The misunderstandings, the hurt, the possibilities of bridging the gap. I learned more on that show about compassion than any other. As an animal lover, Levi the wonder dog absolutely rocks as Sue's hearing dog. He is entertaining and adorable.
I have never stated this before, but I can't help but to wonder if possibly the fact that Sue has Christian values, actually thanks God when the guys don't get blown up, that people that are so anti Christian and anti conservative values are trying to keep this show off the airwaves. It just makes no sense to me. I know people who would love to watch a great wholesome TV show like this. We certainly have enough offensive shows. Is it not allowed to have TV with conservative values anymore? Maybe some don't think it is politically correct? God help America if we've lost freedom of opinion on the airwaves. Certainly most of the media makes that obvious. Think of all the viewers they are losing.
Animal Planets efforts to promote SueThomas FBEye fell far short to me. How will viewers know about the show if they don't advertise. I don't believe for one minute that 2 weeks was enough time to get the word out that our favorite show was back on a channel that maybe some viewers don't watch.
I have to say even on Amazon, I was disappointed to type in Sue Thomas F.B.Eye and not be directed immediately to the list of new DVD's coming out. Maybe there isn't a date yet, but at least if people are made aware of it becoming available, they will be putting it on their list to buy.
I feel this treasure is being hid and for the life of me I can't understand why. I hope some people wake up and realize that at least half of America still wants quality TV and we don't need perversion to be entertained.
What first attracted me to this program was its true-to-life concepts and its startling realism. This is also a great show for anyone who enjoys animals because a very cute and bright Golden Retriever is prominently featured in every ep. Perhaps it's no coincidence that the series is in current rotation on Animal Planet (Mondays @ 9PM).
Although the series was very successful, it was canceled in 2005. However, viewers like myself have never forgotten about "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye" because rarely has there been another series as beautifully written with such an important message; that it doesn't matter what life gives us, we can all become whatever we choose, if we work hard at it and follow our heart!
Deanne Bray is an exceptional actress because she lights up every scene with her charm and chemistry. I also especially enjoyed Enuka Okuma, playing Lucy, Sue's co-worker and close friend. Enuka is also a very successful and talented actress in her own right, longtime fans who grew up watching her on TV remember her best from the series "Fifteen".
One of my favorite eps was the second-half of the pilot because it was so fast-moving and refreshing in its overall message. Although it was sad to see, it was also so cute seeing Levi laying down in the hospital bed.
I recommend this series to anyone who needs a little lift or inspiration because Sue Thomas will surely put a smile on your face!
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