Lilyhammer (2012–2014)
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Tommy 

Frank starts a wine business. Uncle Sal's nephew goes to Frank for help. Roar is in trouble in Rio.

Director:

Øystein Karlsen

Writers:

Anne Bjørnstad (creator), Anne Bjørnstad | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Steven Van Zandt ... Frank Tagliano
Trond Fausa ... Torgeir Lien (as Trond Fausa Aurvåg)
Steinar Sagen Steinar Sagen ... Roar Lien
Robert Skjærstad Robert Skjærstad ... Roy 'Fingern' Aass
Tommy Karlsen Tommy Karlsen ... Arne (as Tommy Karlsen Sandum)
Fridtjov Såheim ... Jan Johansen
Marian Saastad Ottesen ... Sigrid Haugli
Rhys Coiro ... Tommy
Maria Joana Maria Joana ... Alex
Paul Kaye ... Duncan Hammer
Michael Badalucco ... Joey Salmone
Henry Sikora Henry Sikora ... Twin
Abby Sikora Abby Sikora ... Twin
Marte Germaine Christensen ... Cheerleader
Ida Elise Broch ... Birgitte
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Frank starts a wine business. Uncle Sal's nephew goes to Frank for help. Roar is in trouble in Rio.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

21 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Not Lilyhammer's Best
16 January 2015 | by arcang7See all my reviews

Tommy is one of Lilyhammer's weakest episodes. It starts off with a failed hit on a character we don't have any reason to care about and mostly goes downhill from there. Despite some funny scenes involving Norway's obsession with Palestinian rights, the episode is bogged down by a bizarre subplot in which Torgeir sees the ghost of Duncan Hammer, and tries to kill himself, among other things. Meanwhile, Roar continues his meaningless escapes in Brazil, which seem to have been written merely so that the cast could go to Brazil and enjoy the beach. While Lilyhammer can often be a blisteringly funny critique on both Norwegian and American culture, this episode is far too odd to make much of an impact. The introduction of semi-supernatural element to the show (even if it is all in Torgeir's head) is particularly off-note and annoying.


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