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But it depends on what show you're watching.
There are two big lessons Denis Leary wants to share in Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, which premieres July 16 on F/X: First, most talented people are vain, egotistical, insecure assholes. Secondly, fame is fleeting, work and family are everything.
2) Take one step at a time. Focus on one task at a time in the terrain that you need to go over (buy presents, wrap presents
Other Men's Asses We don't want to hear about them. Not a single one. Not the ass of Tom Brady. Not the ass of Reggie Bush
Soap-opera writers, take note: This particular piece of celebrity drama seems like a plot straight out of your last episode
Horn was born and raised in Los Angeles and got her start on a few episodes of "Rescue Me" as well as guest starring on season
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I interviewed Leary last week and found that this Irish bad boy is a surprisingly thoughtful and measured professional who sees the success of this seemingly unruly show as the result of a lot of hard work and collaborative talent.
As a native New Yorker, I grew up riding the Staten Island Ferry into the city, staring up at the enormous Twin Towers everyday during my commute; I miss them. I never forgot. We should all be glad shows like Rescue Me and Fringe didn't either.
Sean Hayes' return to TV just took another big step forward. The project is near a deal to sign Rescue Me co-creator Peter
The Bunker family were the epitome of a working class family in a time marked by a failing economy, an unpopular war and a government that simply couldn't get anything right. (Who says this show is outdated?)
If "Rescue Me" fails to win an Emmy once again, perhaps this is the show that will put Leary over the top. And save his friendship
Leary: If he gets nominated and wins that one, I'm going to his house and I'm stealing the Emmy from him. Like he needs another
Just 23 years old, Horn has a number of credits to her name, recently wrapping up "Violet & Daisy" with James Gandolfini
Yay Spring Television: Man, how good was the spring season this past year? It gave us new shows like Justified, Treme, and
Looking back over the last eleven months it is clear that FX deserves recognition as the network of the year.
Fox will appear in four episodes of "Rescue Me" this spring as a wheelchair bound character, "The funny part is me playing
Earlier this year, I marveled at the fact that I was seeing ads all over, on TV and elsewhere, for a comic-book movie called