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O’Dowd’s well-meaning tough, who is never seen shooting anyone to keep him an ostensible innocent, is hampered with an ex-wife and a daughter, who are utilized exclusively to give him a reason to get out from under Amara.
At one point, Louis says all he needs is a roof over his head, a pool that he can sit by, and a cold drink and for what its worth, it really does seem like that’s the extent to which the character cares to feel or think about the world around him.
That goes as much for New Mexico as it does for Los Angeles, where Miles and Louis are dispatched to collect money from a screenwriter (Paul Sparks), who is inevitably executed by Louis.
What he leaves behind is a script, one that Miles thinks could be great and would also help Amara with a money laundering problem that’s come up. Miles wants to make a great movie, but great movies don’t really make any serious money.
Casting Ray Romano as Rick Moreweather, a B-movie producer and Miles’ eventual business partner, is another.
In fact, most of the casting, including that of ‘s Ruth Kearney as a now-successful producer who once worked with Rick, is an indisputable coup.
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Miles and Bridgers’ Louis work under Amara (Lidia Porto), who runs a mid-range racket in gambling and drugs alongside her power-hungry nephew, Yago (Goya Robles).
These roles, and many others in the series, are written primarily as types rather than fully rounded-out characters, which has often been the strategy that Noah Hawley prefers in his storytelling.