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Kenneth 'Lou' Shea (Character)
from "Rescue Me" (2004)

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  1. "Rescue Me"
        - Ashes (2011) TV episode, Played by John Scurti
        - Vows (2011) TV episode, Played by John Scurti
        - Jeter (2011) TV episode, Played by John Scurti
        - 344 (2011) TV episode, Played by John Scurti
        - Head (2011) TV episode, Played by John Scurti
          (88 more)

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From "Rescue Me: Hell (#3.12)" (2006)
Funeral Director: [while looking at caskets for Johnny funeral] This is why it considered the Mercedes Benz of the caskets.
Kenny Shea: How Much?
Funeral Director: Fifteen Thousand.
Kenny Shea: And the cemetery fees, the cost of the embalment, the wake?
Funeral Director: I have to sit down in front of the computer?
Kenny Shea: Ball Park.
Funeral Director: About forty thousand dollars.
Kenny Shea: Jesus it be cheaper to buy a used Mercedes and put him in the trunk and drive him off the bridge. Tom what do you think?
Tommy Gavin: [pointing to a cheaper wooden casket] How much is this one?
Kenny Shea: The Honda Civic?
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