The series follows the life of Christopher Chance (Mark Valley), a unique private contractor, bodyguard and security expert hired to protect his clients. He protects his clients by completely integrating himself into the lives of the client, to become the human target.
We mostly get glimpses of the exhibit logo, but at one point someone lifts a gold statue from a box. It looks reasonably authentic, but it's as big as a large coffee pot. I doubt a golden Aztec object that large exists.
If it did, it might be the most valuable Mesoamerican artifact in existence. It would be getting the "King Tut" treatment, with round-the-clock guards and other forms of security. It wouldn't be sitting in a crate waiting to be stolen.
Anyway, Human Target is a lightweight action show that's hardly worth watching. Among the shows airing new episodes in 2010, Lost, 24, Castle, and the new Life Unexpected are all much better. Check it out only if you've run out of other things to watch.
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