Intelligence is a Vancouver-based television crime drama starring Ian Tracey and Klea Scott that aired on the CBC. With its pilot first airing on November 28, 2005, the series began regular broadcasting on October 10, 2006. CBC reaired the pilot on June 7, 2007 and began broadcasting reruns of season one on Fridays starting on June 8, 2007. A second season then aired from October 2007, concluding in December that same year.

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  • Разведка — остросюжетный канадский телевизионный сериал. 7 марта 2008 CBC объявила о завершении сериала. Главные герои сериала — Джимми Реардон (Трейси), главарь одной из преступных группировок Ванкувера, и Мэри Сполдинг (Скотт), директор отдела по борьбе с организованной преступностью г. Ванкувера (OCU), которая предложила Реардону иммунитет от судебного преследования в обмен на его помощь в роли полицейского осведомителя. Тед Альтман, помощник директора OCU, с помощью интриг всячески стремится помешать продвижению Мэри Сполдинг по карьерной лестнице. Джимми Реардону помогает Рони Дельмонико (Кассини) — деловой партнер Реардона и его доверенное лицо.
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  • When Ted informs Mary of the impending gang-war, she tries to get Reardon to bring Dante and Phan to the bargaining table. However, this proves hard to set up, as there is still bad blood between Dante and the Vietnamese. Juliana causes a major headache for Mary when her reckless behaviour threatens the Blackmire operation. When Reardon finds out that Jordan and his crew of rogue DEA kidnappers are gathering information on his security forces and the Chickadee, he launches his own counter-surveillance operation. Amidst all of this turmoil, Francine confronts Jim about his affair with Lorna and threatens to break up the family.
  • Mary is asked by the Prime Minister's Office to gather information on a Cabinet minister, who is believed to be sharing sensitive intel with his gay lover. At the same time, Reardon learns one of his suppliers is selling to a competitor. To get revenge, he organizes a double-cross that puts this supplier out of business and allows CSIS to make a major drug bust. Jim's source in the Vancouver Narcotics squad, Rene, informs him that a "Rogue" DEA team is in town to kidnap him, or worse...
  • Just when her Blackimre operation was beginning to be profitable, Mary discovers that the Blackmire group is really a CIA front. Realizing that her career could be seriously jepordized if she handles this the wrong way, Mary is left contemplating what to do with her new discovery. Julianna begins to crack under the enormous pressure of spying on George Brown, CEO of the Blackmire group. For Reardon all appears to be going well, Dante and Phan met with Ronnie's cousin, the east coast distributor, and the deal is sealed between the three. However, Reardon's good luck comes crashing down, when the American crew refuses to leave the city. Bob discovers that the American crew is connected with the Jordan and his DEA kidnap team. To run the Americans out of town, Reardon and all of the local gangs join in an alliance and boycott the Americans by refusing to sell them marijuana. Ted discovers that Reardon has a man inside the Vancouver Narcotics Unit. He recruits Rene to inform on Reardon. Bob, Ronnie, Dante and Phan are pushing Reardon to go to war with the Americans, but Reardon is hesitant.
  • Reardon is trapped by a DEA setup at a Seattle Diner. In Vancouver, the American mole, Royden is found dead in his hotel room and Mary struggles to remain in control of the situation. The FBI travel to Vancouver to hunt Reardon down on murder charges.
  • Mary becomes worried that if Jim leaves town, chaos will ensue in the Vancouver underworld. Jim, also worried about the possibility for violence upon his departure, convinces Ronnie to sell their eastern connections to their competitors, namely Dante and the Vietnamese. While attempting to stay Jim's extradition, Mary runs into some resistance from both the Attorney General and the Crown. Meanwhile, Juliana, the escort who was being extorted, has become the secretary to the CEO of the Blackmire group. Reardon's bank proves to be a bargaining chip that saves him from extradition. Hogarty, is furious after being bought out and removed from the Bahamas' bank deal by Jim. He arrives at the club with the foolish intent of extorting money from Jim, and he is quickly "taken care of."
  • Blackmire's public campaign over Canadian water rights has the Prime Minister's Office worried. Several prominent Cabinet Ministers are involved with Blackmire, but to launch an official investigation, the PMO would like to first meet Mary's informant . George Browne finds out the truth about Julianna and things become very dangerous for her. She has to be sent to Paris for her own protection and now Mary is left in the lurch. Things are no better for Reardon, who solidifies the alliance with Vancouver's drug lords by holding a meeting to discuss the boycott. Meanwhile, the Americans, not being able to sell weed, have moved on to blow . The tense situation in Vancouver's underworld seems to have calmed down a bit, when the Americans launch a surprise attack on the Alliance. When the bodies begin piling up and an all-out street war has begun, everyone is in danger, including Reardon. He has another meeting with the Americans and agrees to "cut" them a piece of the street trade. The closing scene of the episode has Reardon, who is on his cell-phone with Stella, his daughter, being hit by the Americans in a drive-by shooting. It appears that he is still alive as the scene fades to black.
  • Mary, convinced of Jim's innocence, sends Martin to Seattle to question the DEA informant, Morgan about how he supplied Jim with a faulty firearm. Ted, the new Director of the OCU, tries desperately to stop DEA Agent Williams from leaking that he was connected with the disastrous setup in Seattle. The ATM business suffers a substantial setback by a surprise police raid and Ronnie has to procure a loan from Dante. Reardon prepares to flee to Costa Rica when Mary provides Coombs with evidence that clears him.
  • Phan's second in command, is murdered only days after Dante's lieutenant. This convinces Reardon that the Americans are in Vancouver for more than just kidnapping him. Reardon is now convinced that the Americans are in town to take over the illegal drug trade, and remove anyone who stands in their way. When the police cannot apprehend the shooters, Reardon takes matters into his own hands and sets up a meeting with the Americans. Ted's investigation uncovers the bigger picture about Jordan and his men. It appears that Jordan and his crew are involved in many violent takeovers of local drug trades, in numerous foreign countries. It also appears that these takeovers have a U.S. military connection. Meanwhile, the CIA discovers that Juliana is a secretary for the Blackmire group and they want to recruit her. Mary sets it up so that Juliana appears to be working for the CIA, when in reality she is working for CSIS.
  • Jim has regained some sense of normalcy to his life. Although the threat of extradition looms over his head, Jim tries to bring some stability back to his business, while simultaneously finalizing the Bahamas bank deal. The banker, Hogarty, is beginning to worry Jim with his erratic and destructive, drug-fueled behaviour. The DEA sting has created a huge vacuum in Jim's U.S. marijuana distribution business. To resolve this issue, Mike suggests that Winston could head up an operation to secure more dope. Bob and Jim are suspicious of Winston and their suspicions soon prove true, as Winston is found to be working with the O.C.U. Meanwhile, Mary is pressured by the Defense Department to use her friendship with an investigative reporter to stop her from releasing a critical report. When one of Katarina's girls is being extorted by an immigration official, Mary sees an opportunity to get an informant in the agency.
  • Reardon, who is now a wanted man, manages to return to Canada. He takes refuge on an isolated island with a trusted associate named Raoul. Raoul's niece, Lorna, seduces Jim. Back in Vancouver, and with only a few days to spare before the Off-shore bank meeting, the Reardon banker, Hogarty goes on a drug-fueled bender. Mary is appointed temporary head of the Asia Pacific Region of CSIS. 25 Club, owned by Jim's brother Mike, is firebombed by some of Dante's employees. Mike retaliates against the Disciples .
  • An american crew has moved into town. Reardon believes that Jordan and his Rogue DEA team are involved in the drug trade. The American crew begins selling their weed cheap to attract customers, and they begin buying up large amounts of marijuana from anyone who will sell it to them. Causing Reardon to believe that they are intending to take over the drug distribution business in Vancouver. Meanwhile, the CIA pressures Mary to back off of her Blackmire investigation, but Mary, always the opportunist, sees an opening to position CSIS as a major player in the intelligence game. When Dante's lieutenant is found dead, from a bullet wound, Reardon realizes that the need to get him and Phan to the bargaining table is urgent. Reardon becomes increasingly worried about this American crew, when his surveillance teams put Jordan and the murderer of Dante's man, working together. Francine takes Stella and leaves Reardon. This leaves the way open for Lorna to continue seducing Reardon.
  • When Mary is approached to gather information on a corporate tax-evasion scheme, the last thing she would have thought was that Canada's sovereignty was at risk. As it turns out, the Blackmire group is involved in a plan to steal Canada's fresh-water resources. Ted discovers, through his investigation of Dante, that Jim has sold Dante his ATM business and has acquired an off-shore bank in the Bahamas. With the threat of extradition growing more dangerous by the day, Jim moves Francine and Stella into the Chickadee with him. Mary tries to convince Jim that she can ward off extradition by informing the Attorney General of his importance as an informant. Francine has begun to suspect that Jim is having an affair with Lorna.
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  • Pressure Drop
  • Something in the Air
  • The Heat Is On
  • Cleaning Up
  • A Champagne Payday
  • A Dark Alliance
  • A Man Escapes
  • A Man Is Framed
  • A Man Underground
  • A Man and a Woman Betrayed
  • A Sweetheart Deal with the Devil
  • A Woman Inside
  • Clean and Simple
  • Don't Break Your Brother's Heart
  • Down but not out
  • Flipping the Script
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  • Intelligence series
  • Intelligence: The Movie
  • Jimmy's Got a Money Machine
  • Love and Conspiracy
  • Not a Nice Boy!
  • We Were Here Now We Disappear
  • Where Good Men Die Like Dogs
  • Where There's One There's Another
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  • Intelligence is a Vancouver-based television crime drama starring Ian Tracey and Klea Scott that aired on the CBC. With its pilot first airing on November 28, 2005, the series began regular broadcasting on October 10, 2006. CBC reaired the pilot on June 7, 2007 and began broadcasting reruns of season one on Fridays starting on June 8, 2007. A second season then aired from October 2007, concluding in December that same year.
  • Разведка — остросюжетный канадский телевизионный сериал. 7 марта 2008 CBC объявила о завершении сериала. Главные герои сериала — Джимми Реардон (Трейси), главарь одной из преступных группировок Ванкувера, и Мэри Сполдинг (Скотт), директор отдела по борьбе с организованной преступностью г. Ванкувера (OCU), которая предложила Реардону иммунитет от судебного преследования в обмен на его помощь в роли полицейского осведомителя.
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