First and foremost, big congrats to “House of Lies” star Don Cheadle on his well-deserved win at the Golden Globes for his stellar work here. Cheadle really hit the ground running with his character here, Marty Kaan, and in no time more
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10:08 EST, 14 Jan, 2013
“House of Lies,” with Don Cheadle and Kristen Bell, begins its second season in Showtime’s Sunday night lineup. http://tv.nytimes.com/2013/01/12/arts/television/house-of-lies-with-don-cheadle-and-kristen-bell.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
On the House of Lies season finale, Marty welcomed America to the new economy, where only the meanest, smartest and richest will survive.
" The Mayan Apocalypse " was anything but catastrophic, though I did feel like Marty's address to us all was a rar more
After ten episodes, we have come to the end of Don Cheadle’s Emmy Vehicle, also known as House of Lies first season. While most of the episode was spent tidying up the merger situation, there were also some strong setup for more storylin more
While this week's House of Lies episode - aptly titled" Business " - dealt in large part with the merger, there was plenty of pleasure to be had amidst all the drama and deception.
We were treated to some great banter from Clyde, as he was force fed Do more
And the dark spiral of Marty Kaan continues. With the merger on its way to becoming a reality , this week’s episode focuses on the things people will do to get ahead in business. Though the movements and machinations of th more
This week's episode - " Prologue and Aftermath " - took us back to the hometown of Jeannie and opened the door for us to her troubled past.
Jeannie, more than any of the other House of Lies character, has shown a willingness to do whatever it takes to more
The House of Lies is filled with broken people. This week, we got a ton of insight into what makes Jeannie Van Der Hooven a broken person. It was not pretty or amusing to say the least. The show’s occasionally serious ton more