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Mike Gold: America Drinks and Goes Home

It’s been quite a while since I’ve plopped my butt down on an airline seat. There are several reasons for this, the primary one being I loathe being treated like shit.

As we have seen from all too many recent incidents, once onboard airplane employees have complete control over your fate. If you do not promptly obey their every command or, say, object to their anti-peanut policy, they can and will have you arrested. If somebody on the plane thinks you look weird, or you look like a Muslim or some other type of person they find noxious, they will complain to a flight attendant. If you have yet to take-off, the airplane Nazis will call the goon squad and have you taken off the plane, sometimes by force. If you’re in the air, you likely will be arrested when the plane lands. Paranoid Fox News watchers,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Peter Krause

Peter Krause is an American actor that is best known for his role as Nate Fisher in “Six Feet Under.” You may also recognize him from “Sports Night” as Casey McCall or as Nick George on “Dirty Sexy Money. ” He’s also appeared in “The Catch” on ABC. He’s a veteran actor who has had a good run that has kept him in work. Fans of the television sitcom “Cybill” will remember him as Kevin, the son in law of the main character. Although he may not have risen to the status of mega-star, he has a decent following of

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Peter Krause
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The Culture Show

7pm, BBC2

Any given instalment of The Culture Show features something worth watching, but this one seems to boast more than most. Among other discussions and features, Sebastian Junger and others discuss the literature inspired by the war on terror, which has (so far, at least) spawned any number of terrific non-fiction volumes, but little in the way of novels. Sarfraz Manzoor visits one of the more astute chroniclers of these times – American satirical newspaper The Onion. Westminster Abbey's imminent unveiling of a new set of gargoyles inspires a history of the art form, and the Magic Numbers play a song.

The Book Show

7pm, Sky Arts 1

So who is "the best English novelist of his generation"? That'll be Jonathan Coe then (plaudits c/o Nick Hornby), who
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[TV] Dirty Sexy Money: The Complete and Final Second Season

While it can be annoying to watch a show like Dirty Sexy Money that’s entirely about money and elitism while sitting in a small apartment and eating instant Mac & Cheese with a plastic fork you’ve been reusing since your Chinese food take-out from last week, it’s entertaining enough that you don’t feel too bad about yourself. This show teaches us that the rich are bigger screw-ups than we are, even though we haven’t bought reusable utensils.

Dirty Sexy Money is just that, sexy. The show is hot hot hot and most of that is due to its incredible cast. Peter Krause is a lucky man because he gets to play very interesting characters, but the men he plays aren’t as lucky as he. I won’t dwell on this too much (let’s face it, I tend to dwell on things), but isn’t
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Dirty Sexy Money: Underwood Believes the ABC TV Show is Over

With sagging ratings for the sophomore year of Dirty Sexy Money, ABC hasn't ordered any additional episodes of the drama. While it's been widely reported that the TV show is finished, one of the stars recently encouraged fans not to give up a hope. Now, another star says that he's hardly optimistic about the series' future.

Dirty Sexy Money follows the travails of good-guy lawyer Nick George whose sole client is the very powerful and dysfunctional Darling clan. The TV show showcases the talents of performers like Peter Krause, Donald Sutherland, William Baldwin, Natalie Zea, Glenn Fitzgerald, Seth Gabel, Zoe McLellan, Jill Clayburgh, Blair Underwood, Will Shadley, Shawn Michael Patrick, Laura Margolis, Sheryl Lee, Samaire Armstrong, Candis Cayne, and Lucy Liu.

Though ABC hasn't ordered any additional installments, Baldwin recently urged Money viewers not to give up hope just yet. He said, "Our show, they very specifically said, is not cancelled.
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Dirty Sexy Money: ABC ''Cancels'' Peter Krause TV Show

After posting a series low in the ratings last night, ABC has decided against ordering additional episodes of Dirty Sexy Money. Does that mean it's cancelled?

Dirty Sexy Money follows nice-guy lawyer Nick George (Peter Krause) who takes over his late father's only client, the wealthy and powerful Darling family. Tripp Darling (Donald Sutherland) is incredibly influential but is living proof that money isn't everything. His relationships with his wife Letitia (Jill Clayburgh) and their five grown children is sometimes shaky at best. His adult children are politician Patrick (William Baldwin), promiscuous Karen (Natalie Zea), corrupt clergyman Brian (Glenn Fitzgerald), and immature, party-loving twins Jeremy (Seth Gabel) and Juliet (Samaire Armstrong). Other characters are played by Blair Underwood, Zoe McLellan, Lucy Liu, Will Shadley, Laura Margolis, Bellamy Young, Candis Cayne, Shawn Michael Patrick, Chloe Moretz, Sheryl Lee, Andrea Smithson, and Daniel Cosgrove.

Money debuted in September 2007 on ABC. The premiere
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Dirty Sexy Money: ABC TV Show Essentially Cancelled?

Despite mediocre season one ratings, ABC decided to renew Dirty Sexy Money for year two. Unfortunately, it hasn't paid off and time is running out for the Darlings.

As Dirty Sexy Money begins, idealistic lawyer Nick George (Peter Krause) finds himself taking over his late father's single client, the rich and dysfunctional Darling family. Patriarch Tripp Darling (Donald Sutherland) is incredibly influential but needs help managing the fragile relationships with his wife Letitia (Jill Clayburgh) and their five grown children; politician Patrick (William Baldwin), promiscuous Karen (Natalie Zea), corrupt clergyman Brian (Glenn Fitzgerald), and immature, party-loving twins Jeremy (Seth Gabel) and Juliet (Samaire Armstrong).

Tripp also needs Nick's help in fending off enemies like billionaire Simon Elder (Blair Underwood). Thankfully, Nick has the support of his wife Lisa (Zoe McLellan) and their young daughter. Other characters are played by Lucy Liu, Will Shadley, Laura Margolis, Bellamy Young, Candis Cayne, Shawn Michael Patrick,
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Sneak Peek of 'Dirty Sexy Money' 2.06: The Injured Party

There will be an accident on the next episode of "Dirty Sexy Money". Letitia Darling hits a young pretty bicyclist with her car in "The Injured Party".

Jeremy Darling will quit his job as a head valet and ask Lisa George one more time for an advice. Tripp Darling does several good things by inviting Wrenn to recuperate at the family's mansion. The new comer will be the center of attention which makes people amazed and wondered. Tripp is also as the one who reunites Patrick Darling and Carmelita in Adirondacks.

The episode will be full of surprises from Brian Darling Sr. during his collaboration with Andrea to fight against Brian Jr. In the other side, there is a catfight between Lisa and Karen Darling over Nick George while the man has to deal with the painful truth to be revealed by his mother. Nola Lyons, the fired prosecutor, delights
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Preview of 'Dirty Sexy Money' 2.05: The Verdict

Joel Madden, the lead vocalist for the band Good Charlotte, will make an appearance in "Dirty Sexy Money" 2.05. He plays as himself who attends Lisa George's art gallery opening, giving a surprising news about the woman to Nick George.

"The Verdict" will be about Nick's struggle in court defending Letitia Darling in a murder case, while Nola Lyons as a prosecutor continuously challenging him. The situation is so unfortunate for Nick until he finds a dirty little secret about Nola which he uses to fight against her.

Nick also will be told by Karen Darling about the lady's marriage plan with family nemesis, Simon Elder. Karen asks Nick to tell Tripp Darling about the marriage, while in the other side, Tripp tries to use his power to affect Patrick Darling in choosing his chief of staff. Elsewhere, Brian Darling and Andrea Smithson will get some shocking news after a visit to the doctor.
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Dirty Sexy Money Season One DVD Review

Ever wonder what the other half, the one with money, a lot of money, does. Well wonder no longer, in ABC’s new series, Dirty Sex Money, the Darling Family shows us, that money leads to some pretty dirty places. The show starts with the Darling family lawyer, Dutch George (Peter Straus), dying in an airplane accident. The Darling‘s, attempt to lurk Nick George (Peter Krause), Dutch’s son, who has always despised the Darling family for stealing his dad. Tripp Darling (Donald Sutherland), the Darling family’s head, offers Nick a hefty salary plus $10 million a year to use for [...]
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Dirty Sexy Money Season One DVD Clips

ABC Studios most sizzling new series, Dirty Sexy Money: The Complete First Season, comes to DVD from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on September 16, 2008. The debut season of the show that redefined “rich” will be available for the first time ever in a three-disc set with exclusive bonus features including deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes revelations. Outlandishly wealthy, unimaginably powerful and relentlessly scheming, the Darlings have everything money can buy, including the poshest palazzo in Manhattan. It’s up to incorruptible family attorney Nick George (Peter Krause) to help them keep their secrets from destroying them—which makes him a very busy [...]
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Dirty Sexy Money: Show's Creator Thinks Strike Could End Series

The writers' strike has only been going since Monday but there's already fear that a lack of new content might spell an early end for network series. Just ask Craig Wright, the creator and co-executive producer of ABC's Dirty Sexy Money.

Dirty Sexy Money follows the trials and tribulations of good guy lawyer Nick George (Peter Krause) who tries to keep his morals intact while cleaning up the legal and PR messes of the powerful Darling family. The series also stars Donald Sutherland, Jill Clayburgh, William Baldwin, Natalie Zea, Glenn Fitzgerald, Seth Gabel, Samaire Armstrong, and Zoe McLellan.

Money got some positive buzz prior to its debut and the premiere attracted a decent 10.4 million viewers. The ratings have slowly declined over the past six weeks with last week's episode attracting 8.4 million, a series low. Those numbers aren't great but it is handily beating NBC's Life and holding its own up against CBS' CSI: NY.
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