As I was starting this review, a commercial for CBS' "Person of Interest" came on, a nice coincidence since like "Touch" (9 tonight, Fox), it too has a post-9/11 perspective.
"Person of Interest" sees the world post-9/11 through darkened lens; Big Brother is watching, we need a crusader to work against a machine that knows when our number is up, and yet the future is murky. "Touch" takes a more soulful view. It suggests that what's been lost in the last decade is what binds us. It is a show about our need to connect, a near desperate need, and the ways we can and we do, whether we are aware or not. Unfortunately, while I can get behind that idea, I can't throw my full support behind "Touch."