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Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye (2002)

Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye
6.2 Rating
(10 ratings)
7.1 IMDB rating

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Directed by (View all)
Eleanor Lindo

Eleanor Lindo



Starring (View all)
Deanne Bray

Deanne Bray

 Sue Thomas
Yannick Bisson

Yannick Bisson

 Jack Hudson / ...
Rick Peters

Rick Peters

 Bobby Manning / ...
Marc Gomes

Marc Gomes

 Dimitrius Gans / ...
Enuka Okuma

Enuka Okuma

 Lucy Dotson
Ted Atherton

Ted Atherton

 Myles Leland III / ...
Tara Samuel

Tara Samuel

 Tara Williams / ...
Eugene Clark

Eugene Clark

 Ted Garrett


Written by (View all)
Dave Alan Johnson

Dave Alan Johnson

Gary R. Johnson

Gary R. Johnson



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Family Friendly Drama

6 years, 1 month ago at Sep 13 1:45
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This show follows a young deaf woman as she pursues a career in the FBI. Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye is no hard-hitting crime drama. The FBI setting is just a means to dealing with topics on friendship and building character. The sets make the FBI seem like a regular office and the cases are easily solved.

The first episode is incredibly corny with its movie-of-the-week sentimentality and ... read more
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Release date: 13 October 2002
Drama (1), Family (1), Deaf (1), Fbi (1), 2000s (1)
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Family Friendly Drama

“This show follows a young deaf woman as she pursues a career in the FBI. Sue Thomas: F.B. Eye is no hard-hitting crime drama. The FBI setting is just a means to dealing with topics on friendship and building character. The sets make the FBI seem like a regular office and the cases are easily solved.

The first episode is incredibly corny with its movie-of-the-week sentimentality and predictable dialogue. Subsequent episodes are less cloying and I found myself liking the characters more and more.

The show shines a light on the idealized lives we could be leading without being overly preachy. If you're in the mood for some heart warming drama, then a few episodes will hit the right spot.

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