Peter Krause



"The Bridge"

OK first things first Tish didnt reveal the truth about which child was not Tripps That really ticks me off However did you catch Tishs expression when Tripp brought up the twins and called them different Priceless Dirty Sexy Money mixes it up again Also its official I love the twins They fought over their birthday party and found that 1 million was not enough to split This should be my problem Juliets Marie Antoinette birthday party was almost as over-the-top as Jeremys party on the Brooklyn Bridge The expression she had on her face when she talked about kissing that good-looking boy was hilarious I hope she never gets Botox And once she saw him kissing another girl she cried Let them eat cake Jeremy was off his rocker weaving along nearly naked on the Brooklyn Bridge singing All By Myself He wins the craziest-twin award this week Hes a terrible singer But it was so sad I1 read more

I am really enjoying Dirty ...

Glenn Fitzgerald, Dirty Sexy Money

Question: I am really enjoying Dirty Sexy Money. I think the cast is amazing, and I love anything and everything that Greg Berlanti is attached to (I still miss Everwood). My one complaint is the storyline about how Brian treats his son, which I find cringeworthy and not funny in the least. I know this show is over-the-top and I appreciate that, but his behavior toward this boy is borderline verbally abusive. I actually fast-forward my TiVo through their scenes together. Is it just me needing to find my sense of humor, or is this actually a disturbing part of an otherwise fun show? Answer: I'm liking Dirty Sexy Money, too, as I've recently noted. The problem with this subplot for me isn't so much that it's disturbing and cruel as that it's just so moronic for Brian to make his bastard child pretend to be an orphan. This show continuously walks a line between the sophisticated and the silly, and in this case, it goes too far over the top. That said, Glenn Fitzgerald's performance as ... read more

"The Chiavennasca"

Is it just me or has this show gotten better every week Darn I love the Darlings This week I laughed I cried I clapped and screamed along with both Brian Jr and Juliet Dirty Sexy Money HoorayLisa spoke more in the first minute of this episode than in the whole series And we finally found out that she works in a gallery And picks up a lot of dry cleaningWith the truth of Tish and Dutchs affair on the table Tripp began to question The children are they all mine Tish tried to tell him she was absolutely sure that they were his but he did not believe her And honestly would anyone His speech to her was another riveting performance Im thrilled to see this high level of quality from network TV By letting Tishs OBGYN know that he was aware that a certain painting was fake Tripp found a way to get his childrens DNA The doctor let out a gasp that could have woken the dead I thought he might evaporate into thin air Tripp told Nick about Har read more

“The Italian Banker”

So weve got a sex tape and weve got an Italian banker Hmm how do these two things fit together What exactly was on that tape Weve got dirty weve got sexy and weve got Money lots of it Who wouldnt love walking into a vault full of fresh new money Even Nick held that bag with a million dollars in it for half of the show And Paolo the Darling familys Italian banker let us know that the inspiration for the sexual position known as the Italian banker was his grandfather Dirty Sexy Money sure started with a bangDoes anyone know what music was playing when the Italian banker opened the vault It was perfect as if the gates of Heaven had just openedThe intercut between Nicks interview of each of the Darling kids about the sex tape was really well done Karen singing Styxs Babe I Love You from the mix tape Nick made her when they were 12 was precious The botched sale of the sex tape was hilariousBest lines 149 Having Natalie here read more

“The Lions”

What a fitting episode title for the second installment of Dirty Sexy Money Truths were revealed and secrets were kept hidden a little longer So much happened in this ep I dont even know where to start Some immediate highlights 149 The photo shoot as rebranding the family as fresh hip 149 Patrick announcing his candidacy for the Senate based on his girlfriends suggestion149 Tripp reciting William Wordsworth149 Tripp speaking SwedishFantastic linesJuliet I want to be normal size Brian Shell take you back if I have to shoot you at her out of a cannonNick to Daisy Tell me no one from the family called Daisy to Nick No just the lion wranglerTish Were all capable of everythingOne of the things I love most about the show is the father-and-son theme Nick and Dutch His relationship with Tripp is very much like father and son Tripp and his sons Brian and his read more


Oh for the love of money Dirty Sexy Money that is Welcome to the world of the Darlings and their nonprofit-minded lawyer Nick George With a stellar cast including Peter Krause Donald Sutherland Jill Clayburgh and William Baldwin ABC just might have a killer hit on their hands We quickly learn of Nicks propensity to be a do-gooder and the Darling familys propensity to get in a lot of trouble This juxtaposition between Nicks righteousness and the Darlings sense of privilege plays intriguingly oft times to great humor Nick begins questioning whether the love of money is the root of all evil and ends wondering if maybe money isnt the real problem maybe its people wanting too much of anything The brief recap For 10 million plus an undisclosed amount for salary Nick George accepts the job his father used to hold as family lawyer to the richest family in New York the Darlings The family has very few boundaries when it comes to ot read more

You Can't Be Filthy Rich without Getting Dirty

First, a few words from Dirty Sexy Money creator/executive producer Craig Wright:"Hi.Of all the myths about television, the biggest myth is that shows are created by individuals. Certainly ideas are born, sometimes, in a single brain. But in television, those ideas are almost immediately retooled in conversation with producers, studio and network executives, and, perhaps most fruitfully, actors, into new creations. By the time the show gets on the air, what you see is the product of literally thousands of people — including people just like you who watched the pilot in a shopping mall or test studio and registered an opinion. This is a good thing.I like this system because, like theater, another highly collaborative art form, it mimics so closely the way reality as we experience it is generated: a small plan, an immense multiplicity of voices, a generous helping of chaos — and then slowly but surely a new thing comes into being — something no single participant ever c... read more

The New Season: Wednesday Heats Up

Lucy Kate Hale, Michelle Ryan and Molly Price in Bionic Woman by Mitchell Haaseth/NBC Photo

First, an important public-service announcement: Tonight on The War, we relive D-Day, a momentous turning point in military history brought to vivid life by those who lived through it, courtesy of Ken Burns' masterful way with documentary narrative. I know this is premiere week, and Wednesday is the most competitive night for new shows this season, but I wouldn't be doing my duty if I didn't remind everyone that this is TV you not only shouldn't miss, but it's an experience you'll never forget. (The reality, though, is that PBS is giving viewers multiple opportunities to see these episodes, and I can't think of a better gift DVD for holiday season.) Back to the network game, where only one of the nine new series being launched on Wednesdays is MIA: ABC’s marvelous Pushing Daisies, its premiere pushed back a week by the tsunami-like launch of Dancing with the Stars, which once again is turning out to be the ratings monster everyone expected. (And the men, by and large, had a bla... read more

Peter Krause Is Over Under and Ready for Dirty Sexy Fun

Peter Krause, Dirty Sexy Money

Peter Krause is ready to get dirty. Not dirt as in a funeral plot, but as in scandals of the rich and famous. On ABC's Dirty Sexy Money, premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET, the Six Feet Under and Sports Night alum plays Nick George, a high-powered legal eagle who, begrudgingly, inherits his suspiciously passed-on father's role as consigliere to the Darlings of New York City. Headed up by Donald Sutherland and Jill Clayburgh, the ultra-affluent clan is littered by all manner of bad-seed offspring (and parents), giving Nick plenty to manage, spin-control and nip in the bud. Krause shared a sneak peek at the good 'n' dirty 'n' sexy times ahead. This is a r read more

ABC at TCA: Lost in Translation

Peter Krause by Bob D'Amico/ABC

Get lost, ABC. That was the hostile undercurrent behind much of the questioning for ABC's entertainment president Stephen McPherson Wednesday morning. We critics can be a surly group, especially this late in the TCA press tour. (ABC has the bad luck to be up to bat on the final two days of the three-week hype-a-thon.) But give us something legitimate to gripe about — in this case, the decision by Lost's producers to skip the TCA and instead address the game-changing events behind Lost's cliff-hanger at the Comic-Con fan convention in San Diego on Thursday — and you'd better watch out.One reporter even put it this way: “Are we not important enough for you?” At first, McPherson tried to shrug it off with a joke, saying that he has hired Don Imus — fired earlier this year from his radio and TV gigs for a racial slur — to join the show. (This was the closest he or anyone else came to addressing the Isaiah Washington/Grey’s Anatomy debacle during his of... read more

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