Season Three, Episode 1. Mary (Mary McCormack) is recovering from a gunshot wounds, but it doesn't stop her from jumping right back into work AND bed with her fiance, giving us a nice, basic cable view of her body.
Private Parts has little to do with Howard Stern's book of the same name as the movie is pretty much a straight bio pic chronicaling the radio personality's rise to fame and success. Stern does a surprisingly passable job playing himself, not as easy as it sounds, though he never quite loses his penchant for grandstannding in front of the camera. Most surprising is the amazing roster of supporting talent here, including Oscar nominee Paul Giamatti, Allison Janney and Mary McCormack, who does an outstanding job as Stern's wife. There is also plenty of nudity and lesbians. Stern knows what his audience wants to see!
USA Network series starring Mary McCormack (The West Wing, Private Parts) as a U.S. Marshall protecting witnesses in the Federal Witness Protection Program. Her character, convienently named Mary, partners with an eclectic fellow marshal, named 'Marshall' in keeping her charges alive in this engaging series. Mary's tough voice over trenscends cliche and Mary actually comes across as a somewhat normal woman, unlike the female stars of TNT's original series Saving Grace.
In this, the premiere episode, Mary is looking for a killer after the son of a protected mobster is murdered with his girlfriend, while on the homefront her sister (Nicole Hiltz) flies in to town and looks to be staying a while.
This show can be either really witty or a real drag. It entirely depends on the celebrities they round up to play Texas Hold 'Em poker. Most of the time I enjoy it and a lot of what I know about playing poker I learned from watching this show.