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Rock and Roll Queen 

After an unsettling visit with Devon, Richie weighs his options as Buck Rogers murder case is heating up. Thrown out of her aunt's house, Jamie crashes with Kip (Nasty Bits).

Director:

Carl Franklin

Writers:

Mick Jagger (created by), Martin Scorsese (created by) | 6 more credits »
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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
Bo Dietl ... Joe Corso
Richard Short ... Billy McVicar
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After an unsettling visit with Devon, Richie weighs his options as Buck Rogers murder case is heating up. Thrown out of her aunt's house, Jamie crashes with Kip (Nasty Bits).

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Drama | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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Color
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Soundtracks

Kill The Lights
Written by DJ Cassidy, Gregory Cohen, Akil C. King, John R. Lardieri, Jaramye Jael, Daniels Kyle and Henry Bailey
Performed by Alex Newell and DJ Cassidy with Nile Rodgers
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Rock and Roll Queen
21 March 2018 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

This episode is as chaotic as Richie's life and with the police putting pressure on him to rat out on the mob now involved in his label, Richie's life is in some kind of freefall even though he has made another attempt to go clean.

Richie is fighting to keep the record label from going under but is pressured to release a 1950s compilation album. It does mean passing on some guy called Bruce Springsteen who might be dropped by his record label.

As we head for the finale, Zak discovers that it was Richie who stole the money in Vegas and beats him up. Richie tells Devon the truth about his involvement in the death of Buck Rogers.

I felt bored at times, because in some ways it just retread old ground. Lester feels let down by Richie again. The record label is in need of money. Eh, we have just invented disco.


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