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Yeah, so it's Sopranos Bell, but it was still halfway decent. Danny Trejo's on Tuesday, so business could be picking up.



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That was a hell of a first episode you started out so lost and slowly the pieces got put together. I don't really see the comparison to the Sopranos it seemed more like The Sheild with a main character you cann't quite hate. One big disapointment was the wife. She was strong character that really complimented the main character but did they need to bring in the drug use this early?



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Sheryl Lee's snortin' was probably to see how far NBC can push the lines (no pun intended).

Too bad Ernesto got whacked -- he was over-the-top, but had the best line:

"I'm going to go pet my Tiger."



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