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Crazy Brit headline-hogger Amy Winehouse finds herself in the spotlight again today, after engaging in a "bloody row" with her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, at a London hotel that spilled out on the streets.
We'd avoid watching this video at work (or within 500 yards of a school).
Trent Reznor, Karl Rove, and more!
In our John From Cincinnati daydreams, the show is a perfectly calibrated mix of memorable characters engaging in entertainingly streetwise banter to express their thoughts about the supernatural events complicating an epic family drama.
We suspected Dr. Michael Smith would be more important than he looked: Despite appearing in the classically ephemeral television role of “doctor delivering the news in a hallway,” his picture and bio are listed on John From Cincinnati’s official Website. A dead giveaway.
The second episode of David Milch’s John From Cincinnati continues to announce the show's deep ambitions — and alienate plot-hungry 24 fans everywhere. Disregarding anything like suspense, John creates an eerie, foreboding air that's more like DeLillo’s “Airborne Toxic Event” from White Noise than 24's season-five threat.