Vinyl (2016)
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Yesterday Once More 

Richie delivers a bombshell that shocks prospective buyers and his partners; Devon ponders her relationship; Zak considers changing his alibi for a recent injury; Richie decides to visit his estranged mentor.

Director:

Allen Coulter

Writers:

Mick Jagger (created by), Martin Scorsese (created by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bobby Cannavale ... Richie Finestra
Paul Ben-Victor ... Maury Gold (credit only)
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
John Cameron Mitchell ... Andy Warhol
Susan Heyward ... Cece
Emily Tremaine ... Heather
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Storyline

Richie delivers a bombshell that shocks prospective buyers and his partners; Devon ponders her relationship; Zak considers changing his alibi for a recent injury; Richie decides to visit his estranged mentor.

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Drama | Music

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 2016 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Goofs

The scene where Enter The Dragon is being played in the theater: The scene shown with the Shaolin abbot in Enter The Dragon was much earlier in the film that the scenes that were shown before it. Also, this scene did not appear at all in the 1973 theatrical version of the film, and was added in a 1998 extended release. Some of the dialog for this scene was recorded just before its release in 1998. See more »

Quotes

Jamie Vine: You want me to suck your dick?
Richie Finestra: I'd be lying if I said the thought hadn't crossed my mind, but no.
Jamie Vine: Then how the fuck do I get ahead?
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Connections

Features Enter the Dragon (1973) See more »

Soundtracks

Ride Captain Ride
Written by Mike Pinera and Frank Konte
Performed by Blues Image
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Do you want truth or some sweet lie?
6 March 2016 | by ch_sergSee all my reviews

I see people saying the show is racist, sexist, violent, etc. and that's why they don't like it. It's okay but the truth is the truth and you can't do anything with that. First, the series pictures the 70's. Forty years ago the world definitely was more racist, sexist, violent, etc. than modern world. Did the authors had to lie to please you? Why they should criticize anything? Everyone must have his own head and decide what is good and what is bad. Or may be someone has to chew and put result in your mouth? Pity if it's like that. And despite these 40 years it's better to take off your pink glasses and look at the world around you. It is still almost the same just covered with hypocritical masks and smiles. 70's were more honest anyway. Of course it's not the best. I can't compare it to other shows as I almost don't watch them. But still it shows us life as is. Part of the life at least.


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