Ray Liotta leads a cast of merry hi-tech thieves, while trying to maintain the semblance of a normal life with a wife (Virginia Madsen) and kids living in suburbia. The wife has her suspicions of her hubby's dual life in his role as a travelling businessman on the road. The vibe in the commercials is good, but the execution of the concept of the first episode is not as good as I had hoped. As the initial episode, I thought it was merely okay, but perhaps a little too heavy/emo with the personal side of these professional thieves. I did spot the tall blonde that was on "Joe Schmo 2" as a waitress with a coke habit slipping high roller credit card info to the Amy Smart character. I didn't like Jeff (Simon Baker) after what he did to the cat, but I guess it illuminated his "character" in a quick throwaway shot. I don't know how Frankie G continues to get acting roles on TV.