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  • Dysfunction was the norm for Leary's antihero as he struggled with addiction, survivor's guilt and the demands of friends, family and fires did I mention females?

    Nancy Doyle Palmer: The End of Rescue Me, But Not Denis Leary

  • But it's a measure of Leary's generosity that the final two hours belong to John Scurti as Lt. Kenny Shea.

    Cheers & Jeers: Rescue Me — The End is Near!

  • A cohort of Leary's since the early-'90s days of Who's the Man? and The Ref, Scurti has long been the soul of Rescue Me.

    Cheers & Jeers: Rescue Me — The End is Near!

  • But her interest does not extend to Denis Leary's Tommy, whom she dismisses as "Opie."

    Critic's Corner Tuesday

  • Eight months later, she will send a whistle-blowing memo to a congressional committee, alleging that a Washington FBI supervisor changed a wiretap application to make it less likely the Moussaoui investigation would proceed.9/30 'Rescue Me'As planned, actor Denis Leary's foundation to benefit firefighters holds a celebrity hockey game in his hometown of Worcester, Mass.

    After 9/11: 50 dates that quietly changed America

  • Leary's fallacy is that he never addresses the fact that there are a variety of salient answers to the latter question.

    Ian Ference: On 'Ruin Porn'

  • Leary's obvious viewpoint on abandonment photography in general can perhaps be best summed up by his suggestion that "one often finds oneself asking of modern ruins photography first, 'What happened?' followed swiftly by, 'What's your point?'"

    Ian Ference: On 'Ruin Porn'

  • Disproving Leary's erroneous conflation of abandonment photography with 'ruin porn' in the pejorative sense does not disprove the existence of the latter.

    Ian Ference: On 'Ruin Porn'

  • Leary's primary mistake is to assume that all photographers who concentrate on modern ruins are Larry Flynts.

    Ian Ference: On 'Ruin Porn'

  • Asked about the series finale of his darkly comedic FX series, in which Denis Leary plays a NYC firefighter and which is scheduled to bow out some time close to the 10th anniversary of 9/11 - Tolan said he and Leary talked thought about bowing out in a "dark place" in which Leary's Tommy "sits down in the middle of a room on fire ... in a chair, and that's how it ends."

    "Rescue Me" producer Tolan: Anti-heroes -- so over


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