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E.A.B. 

Richie seeks new funding to keep the business afloat. The Nasty Bits continue to record their new songs but require inspiration. Zak signs a new potential hit whilst Devon meets a music legend.

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Jon S. Baird

Writers:

Mick Jagger (created by), Martin Scorsese (created by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bobby Cannavale ... Richie Finestra
Paul Ben-Victor ... Maury Gold
P.J. Byrne ... Scott Levitt
Max Casella ... Julie Silver
Ato Essandoh ... Lester Grimes
James Jagger ... Kip Stevens
J.C. MacKenzie ... Skip Fontaine
Jack Quaid ... Clark Morelle
Ray Romano ... Zak Yankovich
Birgitte Hjort Sørensen ... Ingrid
Juno Temple ... Jamie Vine
Olivia Wilde ... Devon Finestra
Annie Parisse ... Andrea Zito
Douglas Smith ... Gary / Xavier
Bo Dietl ... Joe Corso
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Richie seeks new funding to keep the business afloat. The Nasty Bits continue to record their new songs but require inspiration. Zak signs a new potential hit whilst Devon meets a music legend.

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Drama | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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As the gentlemen exit the bank and walk across the street, a taxi stops short and one hits the hood of the taxi. But you can see that there is a car stopped just in front of the taxi (the men walk between the two cars), so the taxi doesn't offer any harm. See more »

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Am I Human
Performed by Ryan Shaw
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Episode 8 - E.A.B.
28 October 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The best bit in this episode was Lester Grimes playing the The Nasty Bits the history of rock and blues in three simple chords and connecting with Kip. These three chords that punk in the UK would later embrace as a reaction to progressive rock music.

Ritchie and the record company has money problems no doubt related to the money he screwed from his associates in Vegas and gambled away. He now has to make a deal with the mob to obtain money. The police are also on to him as his office was bugged.

Ritchie's estranged wife wants to kick-start her bohemian lifestyle in Chelsea but the kids throw a cat down a stairwell in order to see if it had nine lives. However the scenes at a nightclub where a pre fame Bob Marley was playing and Bruce Springsteen was hanging about amounted to little as I really did not care for the actor doing a bad John Lennon impression.

Both Zak and Ritchie might have discovered budding talent but they are now in deep with the mob and Ritchie has ended up in the police cell. I do not think Ritchie has hit rock bottom yet but although a musically strong episode I felt the narrative it is still a bit all over the place.


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