5.9
138 votes
Intelligence

Intelligence

Sky One 2020

When an arrogant, maverick National Security Agent comes over from the US to join a newly-formed team tackling cybercrime at Britain's security headquarters, he enlists an inept and tactless computer analyst Joseph in a power grab that threatens to disrupt the team’s ability to combat cyber terrorism.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Intelligence

Intelligence - S2E4

#1 - Episode 4

7.51

Season 2 - Episode 4

A rival GCHQ team find important information about the cyber weapon Eternal Blue. But when they refuse to share it, Jerry must think of a solution.

The episode was rated from 71 votes.

Intelligence - S2E3

#2 - Episode 3

7.40

Season 2 - Episode 3

It's a harassment and discrimination training day at CySec but all is not what is seems with the course leader, Hilary Bowen. Has Jerry met his match?

The episode was rated from 73 votes.

Intelligence - S2E6

#3 - Episode 6

7.37

Season 2 - Episode 6

After saving the day—and his own skin—Jerry is facing a bright future. Will he stay at GCHQ or go back to the US?

The episode was rated from 67 votes.

Intelligence - S2E2

#4 - Episode 2

7.36

Season 2 - Episode 2

Jerry is hailed as the hero as disaster is averted at the nuclear power plant but threats still loom large. Meanwhile, the CySec mole is exposed.

The episode was rated from 75 votes.

Intelligence - S2E5

#5 - Episode 5

7.34

Season 2 - Episode 5

Jerry learns that a kidnapping group want him in an exchange for a hostage. Not keen on the idea, he comes up with a plan of his own.

The episode was rated from 65 votes.

#6 - Episode 1
7.33
Season 2 - Episode 1

The team are tasked with saving a nuclear power plant which is under cyber attack.

The episode was rated from 83 votes.
Intelligence - S1E6
#7 - Episode 6
7.25
Season 1 - Episode 6

When Jerry finds out his best friend and FBI agent Clint has been sleeping with his wife he accidentally shoots him. But when Clint shows up at GCHQ with an extradition order for Jerry, the truth about Jerry's NSA past comes out. Hoping it will grant Jerry British citizenship, Joseph and the team stage a wedding to protect Jerry and prevent him from leaving the UK.

The episode was rated from 148 votes.
Intelligence - S1E3
#8 - Episode 3
7.16
Season 1 - Episode 3

When Christine announces that the NHS servers have been hacked, the whole team are forced to work through the night. But finding the work too tedious, and directly going against Christine's orders, Jerry takes matters into his own hands and coerces the rest of the team into tracking down the culprit behind the attack his own way.

The episode was rated from 203 votes.
Intelligence - S1E5
#9 - Episode 5
7.12
Season 1 - Episode 5

When Jerry admits that he's slept with department hacker Tuva, Joseph is devastated. But when Joseph finds out that Jerry is married he begins to question their whole friendship. Meanwhile, having failed her appraisal, Christine attempts to soften her style as Mary tries to single-handedly manage the department's workload.

The episode was rated from 154 votes.
Intelligence - S1E2
#10 - Episode 2
7.11
Season 1 - Episode 2

When Joseph accidentally deletes the department personnel files the whole team are forced to redo their aptitude tests. Afraid of having to take a polygraph, Jerry manoeuvres to take over and run the test procedure himself. But when Jerry suspects that Christine may be hiding feelings for him he reluctantly agrees to taking the polygraph providing Joseph can secretly twist the results.

The episode was rated from 226 votes.

Last updated: oct 20, 2021

Comments

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Like the previous review, this is trash. I have always had a soft spot for David Schwimmer (sp?). Maybe it's just from his character from Friends, but this is borderline unwatchable.

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It's so stupid I had to watch the second episode. Well that's it for that, please no more. What a waste of time with zero humour.

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Dropping An Arrogant Dim Witted Maverick NSA Agent Into GCHQ Of the United Kingdom, Turns Into Utter Comedic Chaos When These Two Worlds Collide David Schwimmer Thrown Into British Intelligence & He Seems More Like Michael Scott In This Roll Then He Does Ross And I Loved It - Nick Mohammed Plays Opposite Bringing Moments Of Subtle Comedy To Laugh Out Loud Hilarity - 6 Simple Episodes That You Will Enjoy & Worth Watching

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It’s stupid humour for the most part, almost slapstick. A little on the cuff at times. But overall not the worst thing I’ve watched this year.

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Love David and his comedy. He was great but the rest of the cast has such a strong British accent that I couldn't understand most dialogues so this is one I'll not pursue.

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Not a bad show which was supposed to be funny, but plenty of improvement needed. No, we dont need a second season. 5/10

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I really enjoy it, I found it very refreshing and it had some really laughing out loud moments. Great one line jokes. Worth the viewing and a second season

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My partner and I have found this to be hysterical! We love every minute of it - being British, some of the usages of language, perceptions of Americanisms are really funny. I just wish there were (or to my American friends ... was) much more!

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It's not comedy in terms of a show that is funny, or entertaining, but I did finish the episode just to see what other annoying thing the main character would do. These kinds of shows where people act inappropriately in the workplace are offensive and annoying. It's not realistic that a person would continue talking to a person in a non-legally mandated way after the person looks at them and says you should check to see if you have dwarfism in your family.

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I think this had a lot of potential. Of course in the end it's a preference thing, but barely makes me laugh. I kept going waiting for to get better, for me it hasn't. It's not clever or witty, and most times not even funny. But that's my opinion.

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With a premise similar to that of "Ted Lasso", in which Nick Mohammed has a secondary character, this comedy, less intelligent than its title indicates, uses again the differences between an American character and the English society. The humor, however, is more like "The office", drier and highlighting embarrassing situations. But ultimately it is repetitive and much less cynical and sharp than Richard Gervais.

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