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The Riches

2 Seasons

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (960) IMDb 8/10

The Malloys, along with their three children, go on the run after stealing money from the extended family bank. An unfortunate accident provides a great opportunity when they obtain the identity of a well-to-do "normal family", becoming "Doug and Cherien Rich".

Starring:
Eddie Izzard, Minnie Driver

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

Wayne Malloy, patriarch to a family of Gypsy travellers in rural Louisiana, takes his wife Dahlia and their kids on the run after stealing money from the extended family bank.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 58 minutes Release date: March 12, 2007
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2. Believe the Lie

To pay for their new lavish lifestyle, Wayne steps into Doug's shoes to try and charm the tweedy partners of a high-end law firm.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: March 19, 2007
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3. Operation Education

Wayne shows up for his first day on the job at Panco Inc. and finds out his first task is to fire his predecessor.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: March 26, 2007
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4. Been There, Done That

When Doug's ex-wife comes after Wayne for missed alimony payments, Wayne has to fix things before she blows their cover.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: April 2, 2007
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5. The Big Floss

Discovering the demands of his new job, Wayne has to clean up after one of Hugh’s shady land-grabs, while a bored Dahlia figures out ways to amuse herself in Eden Falls. Meanwhile, Ginny moves in on the unsuspecting Malloys.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 9, 2007
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6. Reckless Gardening

The Malloys are forced to uphold their promise when Di Dis fiancé Ken arrives at their door. In a lawsuit that could sink Panco, Hartley claims it was Hughs fault that an alligator ate her arm. Back at camp, Dale plots a power grab.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: April 16, 2007
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7. Virgin Territory

Stunned with the news of Earl’s death, a grieving Dahlia and her family head back to camp. While Dale looks to settle old scores with Wayne, Ginny uses the funeral as an opportunity to tie the knot between Di Di and Ken.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 23, 2007
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8. X Spots the Mark

When Hugh suspects Wayne and Dahlia are behind missing money from the office bank, the Malloys pull a massive con on a shamed baseball player to save their livelihood in Edenfalls.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 30, 2007
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9. Cinderella

Wayne's partnership at Panco hinges on the Malloys throwing the perfect dinner party. An unexpected reunion between Dahlia and her former cellmate causes major complications.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: May 7, 2007
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10. This is Your Brain on Drugs

Convinced that Dahlia is still at risk, Wayne aims to give her a taste of her own medicine by snorting a handful of meth.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 14, 2007
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11. Anything Hugh Can Do I Can Do Better

With Hugh missing, Wayne takes the reins at Panco and discovers what it's like to be the boss.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: May 21, 2007
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12. It's a Wonderful Lie

When Doug's friend Pete shows up for a visit, the Malloys scramble to keep him from figuring out what they have done.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 48 minutes Release date: May 28, 2007
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13. Waiting for Dogot

With visitors arriving, neighbors prying, and Dale angling for a piece of the action, the walls appear to be closing in on the Malloys.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: June 4, 2007
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I originally started watching this only because Eddie Izzard was in it, simply because I find him to be amazing. However, the show in itself is just phenomenal. It's very quirky, off beat and definitely filled with a dark comedy aspect. I don't know if everybody will like it, but if that's your style, you should definitely check it out. And even those who may not like it, have to at least respect how clever and original the show is.
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The Riches are really the Malloys, a family of Travelers (Irish gypsies) who have stumbled on the con of a lifetime. Things have not been going well for the Malloys lately. Dad, Wayne Malloy (Eddie Izzard) has been trying to keep the family going while Mom, Dahlia (Minnie Driver) has been serving time for a con gone wrong but hasn't been doing so well. While at the Travelers' camp the family gets into even more trouble putting the whole family on the run in their battered, old RV and causing them to cross paths with the Riches, Doug and Sherene and end up taking over their lives. At first the Malloys are planning to run a quick con but soon they fall into the 'buffer' lifestyle they had always scorned. The parents decide to enroll their three kids, son Cael, daughter Didi and ...er...Sam into school. As time passes and the family finds they can survive in the buffer world and realize that the Traveler world is not the safe haven they had always found it. As Season One ends the Malloys are in danger of losing both in a cliffhanger episode that will certainly draw the viewer back for Season Two.

The style of this series is part comedy, part drama, even melodrama, and at times borders on farce. Things usually begin realistically enough but then one slightly unlikely over the top thing happens and then another taking the viewer from feeling the anguish of the family attempts to cope with Dahlia's drug addiction to laughter as they manage to con their way out of yet another problem.

This is a truly ensemble performance, not only are the leads (Izzard and Driver) convincing in the roles but all the roles are well written and well played.
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Wow, I love this show. There is suddenly a big influx of fun, original shows and this is one of them. It's so cool and addictive and I'm hooked now.
Minnie Driver is fantastic as Dahlia Malloy who is part of a family of con artists. She is on parole from having served time in prison for petty robbery and larceny. Her and her husband Wayne are now on the move with their three kids. They're travelling in an RV when they are witness to a car crash, and making a long story short, they end up assuming the identities of a wealthy family, the Riches, and move to an upscale neighborhood in Palm Beach Florida. Wayne needs to find work to support the family's new lifestyle so his first scam begins when he tries for a job with his neighbor at his law firm.
I can't tell you in words just how good this is. It's such a cool show that you have to check out for yourself. It's fun and enjoyable and Minnie Driver is brilliant in here. I love watching how these guys get away with all the things they do and it's certainly addictive. Get yourself a copy and you'll have a new favourite show for sure.
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By N. Domino on January 13, 2008
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This is a brilliant show. The great acting, plot, and tone really sets this show apart from other shows on television. On par with the other great shows on F/X.
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First off let me say The Riches really is one of the best shows in TV history as far as I am concerned. It is fresh and original which is a rare these days. Eddie Izzard is a freakin' genius. Until now I have kept every episode on my Tivo and now I can just buy the DVD. Kudos also go to Minnie Driver for some of the best acting of her career. The story lines of The Riches have more twists and turns than a twisty turny thing.
A bargain at double the price. I can't wait.
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This is really a great show. I started watching it last year and couldn't look away until it was over. The characters are good at what they do, but are also flawed, which makes them human. I find them surprisingly honest, in a way, which is ironic given that their entire lives are based around a steady stream of cons and lies. It seems sometimes that the people around them lie too, they just believe the lies.

Very strong acting and sharp writing carries this series. I've never been a fan of Minnie Driver, but she absolutely shines in this show. Eddie Izzard is just stunning as the family patriarch.

The show has already been renewed for a second season of seven episodes (fewer than usual due to the effects of the writer's strike), set to air March 18th in the States on the FX channel.

Sean P. Logue, 2007
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I've never been the type of person to get excited over television. I like my sitcoms because they're easy to follow, even if you miss a week, and reruns barely ever get old (I think I've seen every episode of `Friends' twelve times over), but aside from that I really can't say that the idea of following a shows premise all season long interests me. It's easy for me to miss a week and then find myself lost and wondering what is going on. There are really just a few shows I've watched religiously; `The Sopranos' being one, another being the early seasons of `Nip/Tuck' (I lost faith after the disastrous third season).

Well, you can add `The Riches' (as well as `Damages') to that short list. As we head further into season two I feel compelled to write my review of the first season before too much blurs together.

Like I said, following a show all season long seems like a daunting task for me. When that show sinks its claws into you and refuses to let go though, you find it much easier to plop down in front of the TV every Tuesday night. That's how things went for me with `The Riches'. After deciding the `Nip/Tuck' was so behind me I needed to find something to fill that void. I happened to stumble onto a encore showing of the pilot for this new `provocative' show called `The Riches' and within the first few minutes I was hooked. Watching this cute little girl con someone then turn around and reveal that he was a cute little boy was enough for me; I was in.

The shows premise is that of a traveling family (modern day gypsies), the Malloy's. Dahlia has just been released from prison and her husband Wayne and three kids (Di Di, Cael and Sam) have come to bring her home.
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