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Exclusive Graceland Video: Mike Learns the Ultimate Undercover Come-on

On tonight’s Graceland (USA Network, 10/9c), newbie G-Man Mike Warren gets the lowdown on the rules of undercover dating from his roommates/colleagues.

The best pick-up line ever — “I work undercover for the FBI” — is off-limits, Mike learns in the following exclusive clip. But there are nevertheless other ways to turn the opposite sex into putty. One alias, in particular, really does the trick.

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7 Comments
  1. Erin says:

    Love this show. My kind of summer TV!

  2. wordsmith says:

    This cast has amazing chemistry, though considering that it’s a USA show, I suppose that isn’t terribly surprising.

  3. JWB says:

    I wanted to like this show but I’m having a hard time with the preposterous premise. Like the last couple of USA shows that were cancelled (Political animals,Common Law, Fairly Legal) it tries too hard to be something it’s not. The writing and acting just isn’t there.

    My biggest problem with the show is the fact that Mike Warren looks like a typical cop. People can spot him coming from a mile away. The guy is ridiculously good looking and clean cut to be involved in the narco underworld. He looks like a character from Suits.

    • wordsmith says:

      Pretty people can be into drugs too. Particularly in Los Angeles.

    • M3rc Nate says:

      Lol well the Premise is based on fact…there was a house (Graceland) that housed undercover agents from multiple agencies (FBI, DEA, etc)…so right there is a issue.
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      I think he looks like a TV cop…but what actual cops look like varies just as much as what druggies/criminals look like. Look at his first “assignment”…he played a Marine, so his clean cut-Cop looking appearance was perfect. Look at the Italian woman in the house, shes GORGEOUS but with makeup & clothes from their “wardrobe” room, she looked straight up coke-junkie when Mike and her first met. So if he needs (and i hope they show it) he can grow facial hair along with his head of hair, or shave it off, or get fake tats…w/e is needed to play the part of his undercover.
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      I dont disagree that its not as strong a show as White Collar and Suits etc. I am enjoying it though and will stick with it, but i do hope it gets better and finds its rhythm and voice. The characters right now are a bit characature-y…but that goes along with the premise, we dont know much about them because along with Mike, we are getting to get to know them…they lie for a living, so it will take a while to get to know the character and bond as a viewer to them.
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      So far the only characters i am connecting with are Mike, the Italian woman (Vanessa Ferlito) and MAYBE Serinda Swan. But the other guys are too much of girl-chasing jokers and the main guy (Daniel Sunjata) is very shallow right now. But like i said, its gonna take a while to see the deeper parts of these characters. The premise is we are going on this journey WITH Mike from his POV…so he knows nothing, hes new to the house, they are slow to open up, so thats what we experience as the viewers.

  4. Love. Johnny Tuturro LMAO that character is hysterical!

  5. sladewilson says:

    Graceland is pretty cool. I would’ve had it go back to back with Covert Affairs but that’s just the way my brain works…