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a5c7b9f00b Wealthy genius software engineer, who generally goes by the name Harold Finch, is the mastermind behind the creation of an all-seeing machine. Finch and his front man Nathan Ingram devised the machine to sell to the US government, who are unaware of Finch working behind the scenes. The purpose of the machine is so that the government can spot acts leading to terrorism to prevent those terrorist acts from occurring. But what the government considers irrelevant in its use of the machine are acts leading to murder. As such, Finch, without the government's knowledge that he has a back door to the machine, wants to prevent those murders. The machine only provides the social security number of someone involved, Finch unaware if that person is the target or perpetrator. He enlists the help of an ex-CIA special operative who generally goes by the name John Reese to assist in his mission, Reese who is officially listed as dead. But as Reese in particular often uses non-legal means to achieve Finch's end goal, he is tracked by the authorities, who only know him as the man in the suit. They are also tracked by those who are thwarted by the pair in carrying out this mission, and by the few who know of the machine's existence and who have their own nefarious thoughts of what to do with the machine if they can get their hands on it.
A billionaire software engineer and an ex-CIA agent team up to prevent crimes before they happen by using an Artificial Intelligence known as "The Machine". At the same time they must survive being hunted by the Government and protect The Machine at all costs.
The supposed central character of Reese set up the show as the usual formulaic TV show but Reese was never the heart of the show. Its heart was always 'Harold Finch', beautifully portrayed by Michael Emerson and he towered above all of the other excellent cast. POI was a rare show that started well and always got better. Rights issues and money from sales distribution in international markets caused its network cancellation; make no mistake, POI did not end because it overstayed its welcome. When it started it was good and when it ended it was greater.
I will admit. It&#39;s a silly premise. A machine that spits out social security numbers that only happen to happen in New York and the surrounding area. Yeah, that&#39;s silly! Few are going to argue, otherwise.<br/><br/>But you don&#39;t care. Caveizel and Emerson are so convincing in their roles you soon forget it&#39;s a silly premise and are totally absorbed in the show. There are few shows on TV that I have enjoyed as much as &quot;Person of Interest.&quot; Caveizel already showed his insurmountable talent in &quot;The Passion of the Christ.&quot; He is definitely under utilized in the limited venue of a television show. However, I selfishly hope no one else figures that out, because I don&#39;t want to lose him in this show. He&#39;s the only reason I tuned in, in the first place and he&#39;s a large reason I keep tuning in. My husband and I love the show. We keep trying to jump ahead and figure the twists in the plot before the end of the show. A lot of times we are wrong, and the plot gives us a surprise we didn&#39;t see happening. That is what makes an enjoyable program.<br/><br/>Too many programs are formulaic and derivative, and you can see how the show will end 10 minutes into the show, because you have seen it so many times before. Not &quot;Person

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