When we last saw the ghost of Nora Montgomery, formerly a '20s-era socialite who maintained her well-to-do lifestyle by feeding her flailing, drug-addicted surgeon husband starlets in need of an abortion, she was telling Ben to man up and protect his baby from crazy Hayden! (At least, he thinks the thing inside Vivien is his...)
American Horror Story's Lily Rabe, who plays the original owner of and oldest ghost in Casa Harmon, tells TVGuide.com that modern-day Nora is more of a haunted, rather than haunting, spirit.
Oscar-nominated actress Jill Clayburgh, who recently appeared in ABC's Dirty Sexy Money, died Friday, The New York Times reports. She was 66.
Clayburgh passed away at her home in Lakeville, Conn. after a 21-year battle with chronic leukemia, her husband told the newspaper.
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Clayburgh got her start in theater, appearing in shows including the original Broadway run of Pippin, before moving to the big screen. She is best known for her starring roles in...
Welcome back Dirty Sexy Moneyites The Darlings were back in full swing no villainous stone left unturned This ep started out where it ended A birthday for Nick on the Darlings yacht turns into a nightmare but not the one expected Paddy and Tripp have been reconciled Lisa is missing and then turns up looking stunning but only after a very meaningful glance between Karen and Nick Ellen is also missing and spoken of as alcoholically indisposed again And Tripp hands over the keys to the yacht to Nick Nick thanks Tripp Has he crossed over to the dark side Lets back it upSimon and Karen are still at it and although she is spying for Daddy Simon tells her he loves her She says Thank you which is hilarious Ive done it You probably have too Anyhow anyone who seems as sweet and trusting as Simon cannot be trustworthy To hide the fact that she was toying with his mobile she picks up a crystal swan and asks Simon to tell he
Question: I'm really enjoying Dirty Sexy Money, but while I've always enjoyed Jill Clayburgh, I can't help thinking she's been miscast on the show. She plays her character as though she's been in a Valium-induced haze for the last 30-plus years, and I don't think that's the intention of the writers. I think someone like Susan Sullivan would've been much stronger and believable in the part. Your thoughts?
Answer: I don't really agree, much as I adore Susan Sullivan, who no doubt would have brought a campier panache to the role. But not only is Jill Clayburgh age-appropriate, I think her attitude is perfect for Letitia, a woman who has been almost mummified by privilege and who has lived for years in the pain of an unacknowledged love affair. There is an emotional shell around her, for sure, more fueled by alcohol than pills, I'd think, but I don't look at this as ennui. I love the scenes she shares with Donald Sutherland. There's real affection there, but also a lot of hurt. This coupl ...
Im not sure how many more eps of Dirty Sexy Money are in the can but I am worried we are going to get stuck in the middle of a serious cliff hangar I suspected when Tripp got on the phone and told the person on the line to find out what Simon wanted with the Darlings financials that it was Karen But I wasnt really sure until the last scene So if shes getting busy with Simon for her Dad then what are her reasons Is it just to get Nick Walking into the Nutcracker crying certainly got his attention Though I think Tripps reasons are far more business related And theres some question as to whether Tripp isnt using Nick to make it seem though hes protecting Karen from Simon And speaking of which Simon inviting Karen over to meet his ex was a little mean he could have warned her at least Because if he is just using her then why did he want to get approval from his ex unless Could the Princess be in cahoots with him aga