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    Dig on USA TV

    Anyone hear about this one? It an 11-part miniseries that concerns an FBI agent stationed in Jerusalem investigating the murder of a female archaeologist and uncover a conspiracy 2000 year in the making. I thini it a miniseries. Maybe it's long than that.

    Great cast include Jason Issacs, Anne Heche, Lauren Abrose, and Ori Pfeiffer amond others. It looks very interesting to me.

    Start Thursday.
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    Re: Dig on USA TV

    It does look interesting!

    DVR is all set!
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    There has been lots of buzz about this and I am looking forward to an archeology Dan Brown type mystery thriller.
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    I watched the "Making of" this past week and while it was cut short on my DVR because of wrestling, I found it fascinating in how they used two locations for three locations - Israel (used) Norway (northern Canada) and argh - I'm blanking on the third, but the Israeli desert was the stand-in. Depending on how the story plots play out, I didn't catch a Dan Brown "Knights of Templar" theme, but more of a Christ is Risen theme. My DVR is also set.
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    Hmmmmm, I wasn't going to watch the show, but you guys have made it sound so interesting and appealing, that I think I will! Thanks guys!!!

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    To be shallow for a moment, the eye candy of Ori Pfeffer and Jason Isaacs is another reason to watch.
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    Re: Dig on USA TV

    They also have a game called DIG decoded on the Dig website.
    I've been looking forward to this too.

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    Yes, I registered for that game. Just have to figure out how to play it.
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    Re: Dig on USA TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Arielflies View Post
    I watched the "Making of" this past week and while it was cut short on my DVR because of wrestling, I found it fascinating in how they used two locations for three locations - Israel (used) Norway (northern Canada) and argh - I'm blanking on the third, but the Israeli desert was the stand-in. Depending on how the story plots play out, I didn't catch a Dan Brown "Knights of Templar" theme, but more of a Christ is Risen theme. My DVR is also set.
    Not a Knight Templar theme but old secrets, old mysteries, hidden for hundreds, maybe thousands of years that could change man's perspective on what really happened.
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    Ah. that's too realistic.

    I joined the game at the website. The journal section, which is now open, has a link to a decipher code website as one of the puzzle solves; then you can use it a few steps later to solve another puzzle. So far, I've learned some archeological timelines and history of Jerusalem. This is going to be fascinating.
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