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TV Junkie: Interview with Donal Logue of FX's 'Terriers'

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Donal Logue stars as Hank Dolworth in FX's "Terriers" - FX at 10pm tonight
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Back at the beginning of September we grabbed a couple minutes with Donal Logue, star of one of our favorite shows, "Terriers", which is on FX tonight at 10pm. A few minutes weren't enough for us and Logue kindly granted us the following interview. Last week I railed against the bizarre viewing tendencies of the Nielsen-monitored public, who were watching "Steven Seagal: Lawman" in greater numbers than "Terriers". I still don't get it - I guess the majority of people are really that stupid as they elected George W. Bush not once but twice. As Logue explains below, "Terriers" isn't for the Ivory Tower crowd - it's about real guys having real conversations and emotions. We're hoping that more people are able to connect with this show - it's OnDemand and otherwise available. There's still time to catch up and enjoy this great story of two erstwhile private investigators who can get in and out of situations on their own. Because they're not the big dogs, they don't get noticed. Last week's episode took the boys to Mexico, to an underground network of drug dealers with tentacles in the US - we can't wait for the continuation of the story tonight. In the meantime, please read the interview in which Donal Logue provides incredible insight into why he got involved with "Terriers" and what continues to motivate him as an actor and creator.