The Irish classic: 'The Black Donnellys'

<b>Luck o' the Irish:</b> Creators <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000007753" title="Paul Haggis" href="/topic/entertainment/paul-haggis-PECLB0000007753.topic">Paul Haggis</a> and Bobby Moresco were flush with luck and good fortune after their film <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV000000071" title="Crash (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/crash-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV000000071.topic">"Crash,"</a> when their series about a messed up Black Irish family that keeps pulling the good son back in -- just when he thought he was out -- first aired on NBC in 2007. But it seemed their four-leaf clover wilted a bit when the series barely made it through Season 1.<br>
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<b>The take-away:</b> Don't cast watered-down steamed cabbage and scrawny carrots when the script called for grisly meat and potatoes.
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Luck o' the Irish: Creators Paul Haggis and Bobby Moresco were flush with luck and good fortune after their film "Crash," when their series about a messed up Black Irish family that keeps pulling the good son back in -- just when he thought he was out -- first aired on NBC in 2007. But it seemed their four-leaf clover wilted a bit when the series barely made it through Season 1.

The take-away: Don't cast watered-down steamed cabbage and scrawny carrots when the script called for grisly meat and potatoes.

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