This is not a gem, but a find for my own nostalgia. Of the 4 shows I remember watching between the ages of 3 and 5, this is one of them. After watching the first 3 episodes I can see why it stuck in my childhood mind: lots of explosions, wildly improbable plotlines, and the most pathetic German soldiers this side of Hogan's Heroes. Fun for me, but not to be taken seriously by any means.
+1 for The Chaser, a great Korean movie with plenty of murky morality and divided loyalties.
Also enjoyed Panic, which took a while to sink in; I found myself thinking about it a lot this morning after watching it last night. There are some deeply affecting performances by Donald Sutherland, John Ritter, William H. Macy, and even Neve Campbell (who gets to deliver most of the great one-liners).