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Microfiche, self-destructing messages and shoe phones are not your everyday office supplies, but for some, like Agent 86, John Steed and Sydney Bristow, they were typical tools of the trade. The cloak and dagger world of espionage has always thrilled television's audiences so Switch opens up the dossier and takes a look at the most intriguing spies on television.
A series finale is like the end of a beautiful relationship. You've invested time to get to know the characters and chances are you've spent more time with them than some of your real friends, but eventually all good things must come to an end. Twin Peak's Ray Wise joins the panel in a lively chat over the most memorable TV series finales.
Switch relives the best and worst of high school through classic teen shows with My So Called Life's Wilson Cruz and Stefan Brogren from Degrassi. Along with the rest of the panel, they sift through the drama and deliberate over their favorite angst ridden teen shows.
Many successful television shows featured characters that were indispensable for more than just the domestic services they provided. In this episode of Switch, we highlight the most memorable hired help on television. Family Affair's Kathy Garver has fun with the panel discussing the top ten most eccentric TV domestics.
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