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6th May '17 8:45:38 PM TheWanderer
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* On ''Series/{{Graceland}}'' the titular mansion serves as home to agents from three different agencies who work and liaise together, (the agencies in question being the Drug Enforcement Agency, Customs, and the FBI) but the FBI absolutely dominate the roster, with four of the six agents being FBI, including the ones who get the most focus.
20th Feb '17 9:07:47 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Literature/WetDesertTrackingDownATerroristOnTheColoradoRiver'': Susan Williams is a FBI agent sent to investigate the bombing at Davis Dam.
10th Dec '16 6:32:12 PM Codefreak5
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* The main opposing force of the PAYDAY gang in ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2'', though it's been renamed to the "Federal Bureau of Intervention". Agents can be encountered guarding the various FBI offices and other Bureau-controlled areas in-game, and FBI Heavy Response Units are called in as the main assault force on higher difficulties, replacing normal SWAT teams. Outside of gameplay, the web series focuses on a pair of FBI agents tracking down leads on Crime.NET and the PAYDAY gang, and the ongoing "Commissioner Garrett" story arc focuses on a task force set up by the FBI, headed by the titular Commissioner, on their efforts to do the same. Finally, the FBI Files feature lets players look into Garrett's database of info to view their gameplay stats and information on characters and heists present in the game (as well as Garrett's mail).
20th Nov '16 4:32:05 AM contrafanxxx
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* Asuna Kisaki from ''LightNovel/OcculticNine'' is a high school student and an FBI agent.
7th Aug '16 3:17:40 AM Freezer
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* In ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed'' all the agents of the Pocket President program are (now-former) FBI or FBI-trained. The Fed, when he first appeared, was a stereotypical humorless, emotionless G-Man type. We found out later [[CyberneticsWillEatYourSoul there was a reason for that.]]
27th Jul '16 1:06:14 PM otakusapien
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* ''Literature/CutAndRun'' follows the FBI partners Special Agents [[CowboyCop Ty]] [[SemperFi Grady]] and [[ByTheBookCop Zane]][[FunctionalAddict Garrett]]. A number of the books follow their work on various cases and/or working around the various professional constraints that force them to hide their relationship. The rest of their FBI team, their boss, and the Assistant Director of the FBI are recurring characters as well.

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* ''Literature/CutAndRun'' follows the FBI partners Special Agents [[CowboyCop Ty]] [[SemperFi Grady]] and [[ByTheBookCop Zane]][[FunctionalAddict Zane]] [[FunctionalAddict Garrett]]. A number of the books follow their work on various cases and/or working around the various professional constraints that force them to hide their relationship. The rest of their FBI team, their boss, and the Assistant Director of the FBI are recurring characters as well.
27th Jul '16 1:05:38 PM otakusapien
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* ''Literature/CutAndRun'' follows the FBI partners Special Agents [[CowboyCop Ty]] [SemperFi Grady]] and [[ByTheBookCop Zane]][[FunctionalAddict Garrett]]. A number of the books follow their work on various cases and/or working around the various professional constraints that force them to hide their relationship. The rest of their FBI team, their boss, and the Assistant Director of the FBI are recurring characters as well.

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* ''Literature/CutAndRun'' follows the FBI partners Special Agents [[CowboyCop Ty]] [SemperFi [[SemperFi Grady]] and [[ByTheBookCop Zane]][[FunctionalAddict Garrett]]. A number of the books follow their work on various cases and/or working around the various professional constraints that force them to hide their relationship. The rest of their FBI team, their boss, and the Assistant Director of the FBI are recurring characters as well.
27th Jul '16 12:59:16 PM otakusapien
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* ''Literature/CutAndRun'' follows the FBI partners Special Agents [[CowboyCop Ty]] [SemperFi Grady]] and [[ByTheBookCop Zane]][[FunctionalAddict Garrett]]. A number of the books follow their work on various cases and/or working around the various professional constraints that force them to hide their relationship. The rest of their FBI team, their boss, and the Assistant Director of the FBI are recurring characters as well.
12th Jan '16 9:06:55 PM TheNerfGuy
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* The FBI is highly prominent in the seventh season of ''Series/TwentyFour'', at least the Washington D.C. branch. Agents include LoveInterest [[ToBeLawfulOrGood Renee Walker]] and her boss Larry Moss. Eventually, the D.C. branch is overrun by the events of the day (not to mention [[spoiler: the nationwide inteligence infiltration by African militia no less]]) and has to be saved by merging with "CTU Lite" (ie.: [[BadassBookworm Chloe]] [[PurposefullyOverpowered O'Brian]]).

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* The FBI is highly prominent in the seventh season of ''Series/TwentyFour'', at least the Washington D.C. branch. Agents include LoveInterest [[ToBeLawfulOrGood Renee Walker]] and her boss Larry Moss. Eventually, the D.C. branch is overrun by the events of the day (not to mention [[spoiler: the nationwide inteligence infiltration by African militia no less]]) and has to be saved by merging with "CTU Lite" (ie.: [[BadassBookworm Chloe]] [[PurposefullyOverpowered [[PurposelyOverpowered O'Brian]]).
12th Jan '16 9:36:07 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': FBI Agents appear at the end of "Postage Due".
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