Critic Consensus: Though its risqué material borders on excessive, Flying Blind soars high with snappy dialogue and a break out role from Téa Leoni.
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Flying Blind is more frenetic than funny. But with better writing, it could still take flight.
This isn't a sitcom with a lot of warmth or logic -- enough unlikely events happen at unlikely moments in the pilot to seriously stretch credibility. But it has its own kind of excitement.
When it started out, it was over the top but still amusing. It's still raunchy, but it stopped being funny about the second episode.
It's not for everyone, but those not easily offended are likely to find it quite amusing.
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