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Old November 14 2014, 06:56 AM   #1
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Babylon is for the Quick Witted who like a Touch of Modest Violence.

Babylon.

British Procedural Dramedy about Policing in the Information Age.

Just watch it.

Blonde attractive female American Spin Doctor has a new job as the Communications Director for the London Metropolitan Police Force despite grumbling from the rank and files wondering who she had to screw to get there. The stories then follow her staff, her superiors, and the rank and file with boots on the ground as "something" each week shatters the peace of Londontown where she has to control media perception before everything goes to hell.

It's really quite good.

James Nesbitt is swearing at people like he's in an episode of Blackadder.

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