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The show is snappily shot and makes good use of its retro sound track --it's so Miami bright and Motown cool, you should watch it with shades on-- but, more important, it has Leonard's sense of the imperfections of humanity.
If, while keeping its dialogue suggestive and surprising, Karen Sisco dramatizes the eccentricity, and the drinking problem, of its central character, rather than merely her sexiness or her skills, this show could thrive.
There is potential here for an ongoing good time; my reservations, which are slight but stubborn, are based on the distance between the excellent pilot episode, which runs two weeks from now, and tonight's somewhat less excellent episode.
I'm beginning to think this daddy's-girl theme might turn out to be one of the more culturally significant leitmotifs of the new season... But Karen Sisco is the most fascinating version of this narrative because it's oh-so Freudian and out there.