A season's worth of 'Treme' highlights from Dave Walker


TV critic Dave Walker takes a look back at some of my favorite moments from the first season of "Treme" on HBO.


* The series-opening second-line that sounded like Rebirth

* The mid-premiere montage, set to Louis Prima's joyous "Buona Sera, " that concluded the series' first full day with a thrilling survey of its main characters

* Kermit Ruffins

* Big Chief Albert Lambreaux emerging from the shadows of a darkened street in full Mardi Gras Indian regalia

* The premiere-concluding jazz funeral

* "Treme's" sold-out benefit for the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic, which raised $76,000

* Janette's burned-eggs breakdown

* Deacon John

* That helicopter sound

* Allen Toussaint

* Confusementalism


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