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Firecracker
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"Which TV show repped your city best? Treme, Wire, Sopranos"


  

          


Only been to New Orleans once (a couple of days before Katrina), but how well / accurately does Treme depict NOLA?

I never really went to NJ like that, I feel like the Jersey you see on Sopranos is only representative of a very small corner of Jersey - it does it well, though. Right?

Of all the TV shows ever with a theme of A city, in your opinion - having watched and lived / stayed in said city, what series did the most believable and accurate portrayal of your town?

  

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Word is the Wire was originally going to be in Philly....
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Wow I didn't know that
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That doesn't make any sense at all.
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That doesn't make any sense based on DS life, work and
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your prob right.....
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RE: Word is the Wire was originally going to be in Philly....
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Not exactly how that story goes
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I was under the impression it was based on the corner
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Law and Order
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This Is Us, Friday Night Tykes Steel Country
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Hairspray
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Dark times...sadly, still dark.
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      Yezzir...Very Unique time...that actually sounds like a dope
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Atlanta IS Atlanta
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RE: Atlanta IS Atlanta
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It really is, I only lived there for a year and change
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Probably THE answer, right? Atlanta for sure
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I've seen a fair number of scenes set in Philly that were filmed elsewhe...
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I'll never forget the first time I say Sunny In Philly
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That show was fire in its prime
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that terrrible mob movie 10th and Wolf was filmed in Pittsburgh
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Veep
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My DC vote is 227
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      affirmative.
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How on point is Treme though? Any opinion on that?
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New York Undercover
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L.A.: Insecure, South Central, Girlfriends
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Just found South Central on YouTube
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I agree w/ all three
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Insecure be making me nostalgic for shit that’s right down the street.
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Baskets is bullcrap
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Not for nothing, I never hit the Costco for lunch until that show.
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No great options...Nebraska and Election
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The accent work on Snowfall is incredible. WC a great coach.
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He really is.
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However, RZA in **NO** way sounds like he's from Oakland
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EMPIRE!!! Reppin' The Chi!!!....n/m
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Roger & me
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Portlandia has to be up there, right?
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The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh
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Sopranos is spot on for North Jersey.
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1. "Word is the Wire was originally going to be in Philly...."
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but our sucka mayor was concerned about how the show would reflect on the city. I always wonder if it had been how accurately it would have repped the 215.

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6. "Wow I didn't know that"
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"June 16th, 1971, Mama gave birth to a hell-raisin' heavenly son..."

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10. "That doesn't make any sense at all."
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The creators, who also made Homicide & The Corner, of The Wire made the series in relation to those two story arcs.

Further, State Property was shot in Philly in '01, why would John Street say yes to making of that and no to The Wire. Also, that's not how Greater Philadelphia Film Office works.

  

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11. "That doesn't make any sense based on DS life, work and"
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all the source material for the show

sorry but im pretty confident thats not true

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16. "your prob right....."
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Im googling but cant find anything. Could of swore I read that in an interview some where. Maybe I'm mistaken.

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27. "RE: Word is the Wire was originally going to be in Philly...."
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqS1Ty79mOE

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28. "Not exactly how that story goes"
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My understanding is that some folks in Baltimore and Maryland started feeling uncomfortable with the depiction of the city after the first season, and then The Wire threatened to move production to Philly, cuz the cities look similar enough to have Philly stand in as Baltimore. So it was a threat to Baltimore and Maryland big wigs ("we'll just move production to Philly and CALL it Baltimore"). Bigwigs stopped complaining.

  

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31. "I was under the impression it was based on the corner"
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Which is about Baltimore. Was it supposed to be shot in Philly or was it going to be a different story?

  

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2. "Law and Order"
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-The Knicks’ coaching search still includes a lone frontrunner, Kurt Rambis, whose qualifications for the position include a strong relationship with Jackson and a willingness to take the job.

  

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3. "This Is Us, Friday Night Tykes Steel Country"
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I had a long list of movies.

Silence of the Lambs prolly reps the city best cause it’s gray as shit.

shut up already, damn

  

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4. "Hairspray"
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kidding

The Corner was spot on for that era

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8. "Dark times...sadly, still dark. "
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I've always toyed with the ideas of writing a 90s flip of growing up in Baltimore - sort of a Wonder Years type thing. A very unique time. I need to get back to it.

Streets won't let me chill.

  

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9. "Yezzir...Very Unique time...that actually sounds like a dope"
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premise

we gotta link man...I know I been missing in action/slacking

but yeah I really like this idea

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5. "Atlanta IS Atlanta"
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That show is dead on. Me and my buddies end up talking about the show the next day and comparing whatever the episode was about to our own stories.

  

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7. "RE: Atlanta IS Atlanta"
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I think that shit is specially handcrafted to make anyone that’s lived here for more than a month stand up in their living room like “EXACTLY!!!”

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36. "It really is, I only lived there for a year and change"
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but so much of it feels like an inside joke, amazing job by them.

  

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14. "Probably THE answer, right? Atlanta for sure"
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>That show is dead on. Me and my buddies end up talking about
>the show the next day and comparing whatever the episode was
>about to our own stories.

  

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12. "I've seen a fair number of scenes set in Philly that were filmed elsewhe..."
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World War Z and Empire come to mind (also, Empire's 'NYC' obviously isn't).

Kinda the reverse of your question, because those films straight mis-represent.

  

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21. "I'll never forget the first time I say Sunny In Philly"
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I lived in Center City at the time and was like "yo, I was just playing at that court the other day. I had no expectations but that shit had me rolling.

shut up already, damn

  

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34. "That show was fire in its prime"
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“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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33. "that terrrible mob movie 10th and Wolf was filmed in Pittsburgh "
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They could have made a good movie out of that story, I don’t know how they were able to make that movie so bad.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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13. "Veep"
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Lots of cities are stuffed with venal dipshits, but only in DC do they think you should congratulate them for the higher calling of working for (or worse, not for but just in proximity-to) the federal government.

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24. "My DC vote is 227"
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Almost by default. It's on a very short list for apolitical scripted show set in Washington DC. Others that come to mind were The District and That's My Mama. As somebody who grew up in an apolitical family in and around DC, I appreciate that somebody else saw the value in making a show like that. I appreciate DC Cab for the same reasons.

  

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26. "affirmative."
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15. "How on point is Treme though? Any opinion on that?"
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Took me a while to get into the show, but I'm almost done with the 1st season and I love it

  

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17. "New York Undercover"
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lol

Nah i lived briefly as a baby in NYC in the 80's and then came back in 99, so i missed the golden era. but watching old ny undercover is beautiful man. Shots of the abandoned railroad tracks that is now 'The Highline', and an arcade in Times Square, some classic stuff.

I'm trying to remember some good LA ones.

  

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18. "L.A.: Insecure, South Central, Girlfriends"
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All in different ways.

Insecure - The late 20's, early 30's, professional, and shows the L.A. native "kinda, but not really hood" lifestyle more than anything we've seen

South Central - Very very short lived, and dark as hell, but it definitely felt like how South Central did at the time.

Girlfriends - Basically what Insecure would be if the characters were transplanted and more successful, and it def represented that time period. The neighborhood was that Mid Wilshire, Miracle Mile side, and that side is never really shown on TV because it's literally and figuratively "below Hollywood, and above the hood" location and economics wise.

And that's just me mentioning Black shows and the Black lifestyle. I wouldn't mention "Entourage" because that's like 0.5% of the population who's able to really live like that...but I've for sure had nights that resembled what they experienced.

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22. "Just found South Central on YouTube"
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8 eps or so, binged em the other day

  

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23. "I agree w/ all three"
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I'd argue that Girlfriends reps some of the "higher end" of Leimert, maybe the View Park side of things.

  

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29. "Insecure be making me nostalgic for shit that’s right down the street."
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19. "Baskets is bullcrap"
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it's supposed to be Bakersfield. It's not filmed here and the stereotypes are awful.
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20. "Not for nothing, I never hit the Costco for lunch until that show."
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That show's hilarious.

  

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25. "No great options...Nebraska and Election"
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The problem with Nebraska, for me, is that it captures my state but not my town. Omaha is amazingly different from the rest of the state, including Lincoln. But Nebraska very much captures what this state is.

Election, I see a lot of people like those people and have memories of those sorts of teenagers when I was in school, but that’s not necessarily a man “Omaha” movie despite being set here. That said, considering the growth and change this city has experienced in the past 20 years, a lot of those location shots are incredible to see as a local now.

I will say that I’ve heard more than one person from out of town that’s visited, and is black, tell me they felt Snow on tha Bluff could’ve been filmed here and not lost much of its economic vibe. So there’s that. I haven’t met many non white, non local people that have anything nice to say about this city.

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30. "The accent work on Snowfall is incredible. WC a great coach."
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You know it's drama, but it sound real good.

  

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32. "He really is."
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I rarely watch "Making Of"'s anymore, but seeing WC was involved was cool.

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38. "However, RZA in **NO** way sounds like he's from Oakland"
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35. "EMPIRE!!! Reppin' The Chi!!!....n/m"
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I LUV U 2!!!

  

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37. "Roger & me"
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There are issues of course, but it does capture that rust belt decline pretty well.

I will always be on the side of those who have nothing and who are not even allowed to enjoy the nothing they have in peace.
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39. "Portlandia has to be up there, right?"
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I'm from Austin and I felt like a lot of that applied to us too.

  

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40. "The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh"
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shut up already, damn

  

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41. "Sopranos is spot on for North Jersey."
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Not from there but used to live on the border of NY and NJ.

  

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