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Season 4, Episode 2: Thirty-Eight Snub
Directed by Michelle MacLaren
Written by George Mastras
Thirty Eight Snub features two memorable scenes. No one can forget Walt receiving a fist to the eye and a half a dozen kicks to the midsection from Mike the Cleaner. Mike is a man of few words, and speaks only to avoid trouble and make his job less complicated, but when Mike speaks, his words are heard and heard loud:
“Do yourself a favour and learn to take yes for an answer.” -Mike
The other unforgettable scene featured Walt purchasing a gun from Lawson. The dialogue in this scene was reminiscent of a Tarantino film or a Elmore Leonard novel: “Some call it a moral right, I do include myself within that class … If you’re not a convicted felon, you might be best advised to bear your arms within the confines of the law.”
Off the Map co-star Caroline Dhavernas has landed the female lead in the USA pilot Over/Under. The project, from Fox TV Studios and Universal Cable Prods, centers on Paul (Steven Pasquale), a day trader with a massive gambling problem who is fired from his job six months after a bad trade costs his firm millions. Shut out of the job market, he and his wife (Dhavernas) -- a professional photographer specializing in nude portraits and a devoted Manhattanite -- move to Brooklyn. There, Paul finds an unlikely partner, expectant father Marino (Anthony Carrigan), to start a high-end bookie business. Bronwen Hughes is set to direct the pilot from a script by Sheila Callaghan. Dhavernas is with Gersh. Bailee Madison (Just Go With It) has joined FX's drama pilot Powers. Based on the graphic novel by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, the project, written by Charles H. Eglee »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Exclusive: Meet USA Network's new leading man. Rescue Me co-star Steven Pasquale has been tapped as the lead of USA Network's hourlong pilot Over/Under. The project, from Fox TV Studios and Universal Cable Prods., centers on Paul (Pasquale), a day trader with a massive gambling problem who is fired from his job six months after a bad trade costs his firm millions. Shut out of the job market, he and his wife move to Brooklyn. There, Paul finds an unlikely partner, expectant father Marino (Anthony Carrigan), to start a high-end bookie business. Bronwen Hughes is set to direct the pilot from a script by Sheila Callaghan. Pasquale, repped by Icm and Emily Gerson-Saines, is best known for his role as young firefighter Sean Garrity on the FX drama Rescue Me, which is wrapping its seven-season this summer. On stage, he co-starred in Neil Labute's reasons to »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Sneak Peek the new poster supporting the upcoming USA Network original, one-hour dramatic TV series "Fairly Legal" (aka "Facing Kate"), from Universal Cable Productions, starring Sarah Shahi, Michael Trucco, Baron Vaughn, and Virginia Williams, debuting January 20, 2011.
"...After the death of her father, 'Kate Reed' decides to change her profession from lawyer to mediator..."
Lensed in Vancouver, June 2010, the 90-minute pilot episode was directed by Bronwen Hughes.
The series was given the green-light for a first season March 15, 2010 with an additional 10-episode order.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Fairly Legal"...
- Michael Stevens
4 items from 2011
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