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Show TrackerTypically, I have to stretch to find a common theme among all the Sunday night MacFarlane-verse shows, but this week the connection was so clear Iâm surprised they didnât just call it âCrime and Punishmentâ night on Fox. From Stoolb...
Show TrackerHey, those are Ethan Kanin's words, not ours, but they do seem more than appropriate. As night slowly turns to day in New York, Jack Bauer and the gang have let the IRK terrorists escape Brooklyn with weapons grade uranium.......
Show TrackerTwo episodes into the HBO drama âTremeâ, and the first strands of narrative are starting to reveal themselves. Weâre getting a sense of character, witnessing the sprout of personalities and plot lines: Antoine Batiste has a lot of baby mam...
RICHARD A. KAYE is an associate professor of English at Hunter College in New York.At a conference of literary scholars in December, a friend was interviewing a candidate for an academic position. After answering the usual questions about proposed courses, teaching loads and scholarly interests, the candidate volunteered, "Oh, by...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesWhile there are a lot of places to go and people to see in Las Vegas, those that pop into the addled minds of locals aren't necessarily those that pop into the minds of visitors. To help you navigate the other Vegas -- that is, the one not so heavily...
Television CriticSomewhere, in a prop warehouse owned by HBO, there is a big pile of guns. Dusty, unused, bewildered perhaps by their strange and sudden obsolescence, they can only wait and wonder why premium subscriber television, a business they created, built by God...
Tags: Gaming, F-bomb Dropping, Family, Tracey Ullman, Television
Times Staff WriterJerry Oppenheimer is the author of the recently released book "House of Hilton: From Conrad to Paris: A Drama of Wealth, Power and Privilege." His book, which took about a year to report, posits that the only way to understand how the Paris Hilton...
Tags: Punishment, Prisons, Family, Movies, Social Sciences
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBefore Tony Soprano or Don Corleone or Tony Montana there was Lucky Luciano -- the real-life patriarch of modern organized crime. Luciano was the Sicilian immigrant who rose to power in the Mafia in the U.S. in the 1920s and transformed it into a...
Hold the poles! Is a Sopranos movie in the works? The real-life manager of the strip club that fronted for the Bada Bing on HBO's "The Sopranos" thinks there might be. Satin Dolls manager Nick D'Urso says he's holding off on renovations to the strip club...
Times Staff WriterTheir show lasted eight years on television, racked up heaps of critical and industry acclaim. They became beloved by politicians, taxi drivers, housewives, captains of industry and real-life thugs. They got to revel in Shakespearean drama and do and...
Tags: HBO (tv network), Television, Entertainment
AP Television WriterJust when we had made our peace with "The Sopranos" finale and moved on with our lives, David Chase has stirred things up again. Breaking his silence months after the HBO mob drama ended its run, he is offering a belated explanation for that blackout...
As the nation's attention reluctantly turns to the political parties' conventions, with their scripted suspense and stage-managed sentiment, it is important to keep in mind that these are phony representations of American political life. But the slick...
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