Sunday was a lazy, don't want to go out, don't want to do anything day at the FFs, so we read a little in the morning, ate whatever was in the fridge, surfed the web and, then, turned on the TV to see that we had five or so episodes of "X Company" recorded. The show is about a small group of WWII British secret agents, trained at and controlled from X Company in Canada and sent to France to help the Resistance. We really want to like the show, but the writing, stories, plotting and dialogue are all too-obvious / too-simple. It reminds me of a lot of a wash-rinse-repeat shows from the '70s where, each week, you knew what you were getting - who the good and bad guys were from the start, almost never missed a clue and basically had seen every episode after you'd seen a few. What works in "X Company" are the beautiful period details - clothes, cars, architecture (especially the architecture) - that are Fedora Lounge heaven. We were so lazy Sunday, that we watched all five episodes by all but tuning out the plots / dialogue and just soaking in the atmosphere. It was the perfect melding of lazy Sunday and wonderful period visuals, but I can't recommend the show and might not watch another episode.