Still more details emerge on HBO’s Treme with John Goodman

Sandy Rosenthal and actor John Goodman on the set recording a public service announcement for Levees.org April 2007.

The fat lady has yet to sing, but Levees.org supporters should feel very encouraged by all the reviews about co-star John Goodman in HBO’s upcoming new series ‘Treme.’

In a Los Angeles Times article, Eric Overmyer, co-creator of ‘Treme’ muses about a soliloquy he wrote for Mr. Goodman’s character Creighton Bernette, who “rails against everyone, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the federal government” three months after the levees failed in New Orleans.

Levees.org supporters have reason to feel confidence that, when the subject is levee failures, that the script will be accurate, since John Goodman is a spokesperson for Levees.org. Supporters may remember how Mr. Goodman graciously volunteered his time to appear in a public service announcement for Levees.org in 2007.

Don’t miss the debut episode of HBO’s Treme on Sunday April 11, 2010 at 9pm CST.

One response to “Still more details emerge on HBO’s Treme with John Goodman”

  1. You got dat’right, Mrs Rosenthal!
    It should also be noted that John Goodman is a Resident of New Orleans, invested in the city and known to take up the entire sidewalk on Frenchman when he’s ready for a poboy.
    Jus’sayin, these Big People like John and Harry Shearer, who support levees.org with their Extremely Valuable Facetime, Live Here Too.
    Thanks Youz

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