Probe: Quit-It
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  • However, it's not body replacements causing the strangeness, but rather the odd behavior is due to some pills called Quit-It that alter the mind

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      Probe: Quit-It is the last episode of this scientific crime drama, and that was a shame. I really liked the relationship between the two stars, Parker Stevenson as Austin James and Ashley Crow as Michelle Castle. They were young and refreshing, and the way they solved crimes was different

      than the normal police detective.

      The show opens with a teenager bolting out in front of the car Michelle is driving and begging for help. Ultimately, the girl admits to having mental problems and having been institutionalized for a time, but claims that her parents and neighbors aren’t really who they ...


      • say. As the show evolves, it becomes clear that this is sort of a Stepford Wives. At least, that’s how it’s played.

        However, it’s not body replacements causing the strangeness, but rather the odd behavior is due to some pills called Quit-It that alter the mind. I won’t spoil

        the resolution or the culprits responsible, but the show is intriguing in how it explains the events. The resolution has humor in it, too.

        Darleen Carr and Jim McMullan guest star in In Probe: Quit-It and are entertaining to watch.

        It’s too bad there aren’t more of these shows out there to enjoy.




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