I really like this show. I don't love it, but I do like it. I love Rufus Sewell (sp?) whom I've only seen play villians before this. It does have it's drawbacks though.
The episode "Cardiac" where kids are having heart attacks due to a digitalis poisoning was a stretch for me. First off he's way too nice to the naturopath who is making all natural homeopathic remedies.
Secondly if she's a homeopath, than why are there detectable amounts of digitalis in her remedies? When the lab reports came back as negative for digitalis I shouted "DUH!" at my computer monitor. Of course they're negative, it's a homeopathic remedy, there's no digitalis to detect, and therefore there's no way it could've caused cardiac problems. However, it seems she's a homeopath by title only, which leads to my third issue.
By calling her a homeopath, and then portraying her cures as having any measurable curative value what-so-ever, and more importantly, having her cures display measurable properties beyond those of water, is giving alternative medicine practitioners more credit than they deserve.
After all that though, there are good science moments in the show, and it is entertaining. I'll keep watching it for now.