Friday, May 2, 2014

Sue Thomas F.B.Eye #3 Meet the Characters

These characters are each unique in their own way. I
like how God makes each human being different, with their
own personality, preferences, etc.

Here the people of the show.

Sue Thomas (Deanne Bray)

Meet Sue Thomas (played by deaf actress Deanne Bray), a lovely, spunky,
sincere, compassionate, beautiful, funny, caring young woman who fears
God and lives every day to the best of her ability. She's such a beautiful
person (her compassionate heart shines so brightly), displaying gentleness
yet determination on a tough job. Sue keeps the Bureau on its toes with
sound answers and her determined scrapes she gets into.

Levi (Jesse) is Sue's trusty, faithful hearing dog. He's ever at her side, alerting
her to noises, people addressing her, and sometimes saving her life by pushing
her out of the way of something dangerous when due to her deafness, she
doesn't notice it. Levi is such a beautiful, cute, lovable, cuddly dog. He
brings a lot of fun to the Bureau, and everybody loves him.

Jack Hudson

Jack Hudson (Yannick Bisson), the trustworthy, competent, steadfast, handsome,
seasoned agent usually leads the charge in a raid or capturing bad guys. He is the main guy on
the surveillance team who seems to know what to do, and how to treat people.
Jack is usually fair, and hardly ever unreasonable. In fact, Jack is the one who
first notices Sue and then learns about her lip-reading ability. In the beginning,
despite the unintentional blunders she makes, Jack steps in and gives her a
much needed chance to prove herself and also learn from the daily lessons
her job has. Jack is humble, and though sometimes it stings badly, he does
admit when he's been wrong and sees it as his own personal responsibility.
Next to Sue, Jack is my favorite character on the show.
Bobby Mannings

It is never a dull moment around with Australian lovable, charming, absolutely
delightful, soft-hearted agent Bobby Manning (Rick Peters)! Bobby is
quick-snapping at figuring things out, and usually always looks for a way to brighten up
someone's day, and he usually does. He is a great, lively part of the team
and is most of the time, Jack's right hand man. Bobby can get angry sometimes,
but it usually takes a lot to bring him to that point, and if he doesn't do
anything verbally, it does show in his face! The Bureau would be pretty down-
hearted sometimes, and maybe even cold if Bobby wasn't around. What would
they do without him?
Dimitrius Ganz

Demetrius Ganz (Marc Gromes) is the calm, composed, and level-headed agent.
He is very capable and believes strongly in what he fights for.
Lucy Dotson

Beautiful, sophisticated, sparkly Lucy Dotson (Enuka Okuma) is the office
roater. She gets information the guys need, keeps them hopping, and
understands the importance of this job. Lucy has a great sense of humor,
and usually has a joke or funny remark to give, especially on Myles! Lucy
becomes Sue's best friend, and together they share their deep thoughts
and matters on their hearts.
Myles Leeland III

You'll roll your eyes upward or laugh 'til it takes your breath away almost any
time special agent Myles Leeland III (Ted Atherton) walks into the room. In the
beginning, Myles is pretty arrogant, and throughout the show it can take you a
while to get to know him. But if you give him a chance, you'll find that he's
actually very tender-hearted! Yes, he's "self important", (he pretty much
just makes a big noise about it like Eddie Haskell),a big
know-it-all, but he's tenacious, and above all, very amusing.
His facial features and sometimes facial expressions remind me
of Barney Fife. Being a highly-educated man,
he talks in very eloquent speech, and I like some of the vocabulary
phrases he comes up with.
"Such frivolity, the room is virtually awash in hilarity...You'll
forgive me if I pull myself away from this pedestrian case-
work chatter...No security clearance, no access to my area
(he says to a lost dog that comes to his desk and stares
up at him)! "Big Brass" Myles is the prankster pin-cushion:
he is the one who most often gets picked on and teased.
Sue: "Is something bothering you?"
Myles: "Couldn't you tell I wanted to get out of there?"
Sue: "I read lips, Myles. Not minds."
Some of the ones they pull on him are so funny, but he doesn't
take it personally, he knows why they do it. As Sue told the
supervisor who almost fired Myles because he was tired of
his flattering, self-promoting talk, "Myles has a way of bringing us
all together. Even if it's just all of us coming as a unified front against him,
no one else can do it."
Supervisor: " make a very good case...I'll give Myles another
chance, at least, until the next time he shoots himself in the foot! What's
so funny?"
Sue: "I know it's just a figure of speech, but he could actually do that!"
I have to admit, when I first watched the show, I didn't like Myles. He was
too mean and arrogant for my taste, but now the show would be pretty dull
without him!

Tara Williams

And then there is Tara Williams (Tara Samuels), the funny, easy-going but
intelligent code-cracker computer geek. She finds loads of information
through the computer, plus many resources. When the team is about to
capture a bad guy, and they're all in positions with their wired little ear
phones, Tara is the one who is in the main hiding place with the secret 
cameras (often with Sue there, reading the lips) letting the guys know
what's up, who's coming, and when to strike! Alongside Lucy, Tara is
the main Bureau informant for the surveillance team, and her 
expertise is often one of the main portals of solving the cases.

Supervisor Ted Garrett (Eugene Clark) and Myles

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