Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family (2000–2001)

TV Series   |    |  Crime, Drama, Family

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An FBI Agent solves cases and goes undercover with his wife and kids as his partners and backup.



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12 May 2000 | tony_morelli
Please do not read this review if your in love with Cover Me. Okay, now that we got that out of the way! Cover Me is pure comedy in the fact that there is no way this is real. Example: In the episode "Domestic Terrorism". The kids witness a councilman be murdered in front of them while there Under Cover Secret Agent Dad listens in the car. He runs up to the house and yells for his kids, which scares away the bad guy. This trained FBI agent doesn't even draw his gun in case the man is going to shoot his own kids, and there's the comedy. Whom ever directed this episode or wrote it needs to watch some real television shows that are fiction so they can see what's real. The acting is good by all the characters with the exception of Ruby, who was okay in "Beauty Marks" which was funny because she is so dam ugly. But her character seems almost like she is not apart of the family, like it is as if she wasn't there. I notice she sometimes is not hardly in the episodes, which is good. I wish they would just cut her from the show and send her away. Maybe she could move in with her Grandma or something! I still enjoy laughing each week, so check it out sometime if you like fake FBI shows.

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