Anybody watching NBC's Raines? It got only lukewarm reviews, but I was impressed with it from day 1. It's not a procedural which is refreshing - I'm burning out on Law & Order and CSI clones - instead it's all about how our titular police detective solves crimes while conversing with the victims whom he imagines seeing in real life (he can't control it, thinks he's going crazy). Raines was especially awesome last night, perfect neo-Noir, the judge jumping to his death and the final scene with the cops saving the hostage were awesome scenes (and Raines pumping the trunk full of bullets was magnificent). Jeff Goldblum is great here too, he really is a believable character, and his oft-dark humor is just the right touch in a show where sometimes it's funny and sometimes it's very serious.
Anyway, it's on Fridays on NBC, so unfortunately most folks won't probably notice it, but it's really good and I hope some of you mugs are enjoying it. Give it a look if you get a chance.