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Breaking In

Series Summary
Christian Slater returns to TV as Oz, the leader of an ethically questionable high-tech security firm. Mysterious and manipulative Oz employs a team of eccentric geniuses charged with creating a sense of security for clients by first stripping it away. The group's newest member, fresh-out-of-college computer hacker Cameron, struggles to get used to working with sexy safe-cracking bad girl Melanie and the epic pranks of the strategy and logistics man, Cash.

Air Dates: 2011 - 2013

Genres: Comedy

Network: FOX

  • Season 2, Ep. 5 : Cyrano de Nerdgerac Apr 3, 2012

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    When Oz learns Molly has a crush on him, he turns to Cash for advice on driving off women.

  • Season 2, Ep. 3 : The Blind Sided Mar 20, 2012

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    The team tracks a computer hacker; Oz is worried when Veronica hires a young teen to be the office's new intern; Melanie and Cam have an awkward stakeout.

  • Season 2, Ep. 2 : Who's the Boss Mar 13, 2012

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    Veronica doesn't approve of Contra's annual job protecting a diamond-encrusted bra, forcing the team to go behind her back to fulfill their obligation.

  • Season 2, Ep. 1 : The Contra Club Mar 6, 2012

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    When Oz sells the company to a corporate conglomerate, the brash head of the business and her bad-tempered assistant turn the office upside down.

  • Season 1, Ep. 7 : 21.0 Jump Street May 17, 2011

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    Cameron returns to his former high school on a mission to find a cyberbully.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • More work needs to be done on all the characters; so far they're just types, and the first episode, perhaps because of its manic tone, didn't make me laugh much. But I can see Breaking In growing into a pleasant, mildly goofy comedy that offers the light-adventure qualities of a USA or TNT show and the silly diversions of a half-decent 'Chuck' episode. show more

  • It's not painful--there are likable actors and the office setting is loose and fun--but none of the jokes land, at all. show more

  • The pace is so fast that, like a good party, you might forget everything that's happened even before it's over. That's the sign of top-notch disposable entertainment. show more

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