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'Sue Thomas F.B. Eye' hits DVD

Suethomas2 It's been three years since Sue Thomas F.B. Eye was canceled, an eternity in the TV business. (Really: so long that Pax, the network that aired it, no longer exists.) But a lot of fans of this series about a deaf FBI technician still lurk out there -- enough so that first Animal Planet and now the Gospel Music Channel have rerun the show. Better yet for Sue Thomas fans, a DVD set containing all 57 episode of the show has just gone on sale.  If only China Beach fans would be so lucky.


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i love this !!!


This is a great show and I wish they would bring it back!!! There is so much trash on tv today and this was a wonderful program. Isn't there even one smart person in tv programing that would put this back together and on the air again...on a MAJOR network!

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