"Dinner with the boys Starring Dan Lauria"

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Written by and starring Dan Lauria from TV’s The Wonder Years, the comedy revolves around a mob hitman who is forced to live in New Jersey

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Dinner with the Boys Starring Dan Lauria

Charlie is a made man in the modern mafia—or at least, he was, until his temperamental boss, Big Anthony Sr., forced him out of New York City after his most recent hit went south. Fortunately he’s not in any danger of starving to death in the wilds of New Jersey because mob cook Dominic is banished as well. The two have nothing better to do than tuck into hearty homemade meals; share where they buried their victims; and await the day that their new boss, Big Anthony Jr., decides their fate.

Starring and written by Dan Lauria from The Wonder Years, Dinner with the Boys showcases the same grounded humor he demonstrated as Kevin Arnold’s TV father and adds a dangerous edge to the tough-guy persona he channeled as the titular Vince in Broadway’s Lombardi. Richard Zavaglia (Donnie Brasco) cracks wise as the easygoing Dom, and Ray Abruzzo (The Sopranos, Mad Men) pulls double duty as both Big Anthony Jr. and the ambitious heavy Uncle Sid. Praised by the New York Times for remaining “amusing and strangely good-hearted” even in its grisliest scenes, a surprising first-act twist throws the entire plot into clearer focus.

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