Despite I might turn folks off, I like it. It's pleasant with most characters like able .which is a change from the show that precedes it. Masters even showed his human side this last episode.

And excluding the first episode when I checked these guys out to find in real life they set up their own institute and married each other, I'm not concerned with the historical part. Just treating it as fiction.

Oh, I forgot. There is one distasteful character. Johnson's ex husband is a lout.

If we don't count our blessings
We are just wasting our time