Costello

Comedy
Irish-Catholic Sue Murphy, who lives in South Boston, dreams about a life beyond the all-too familiar neighborhood where generations of Murphys have lived. Much to the bafflement of her complacent family and friends ...more

Cast

... Sue Murphy

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... Lottie Murphy

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... Spud Murphy

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... Jimmy Murphy

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... Trish Donnelly

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... Rita

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... Brian

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... Sheila

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... Clerk

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... Obie

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... Cooper

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... Sully

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Synopsis

Irish-Catholic Sue Murphy, who lives in South Boston, dreams about a life beyond the all-too familiar neighborhood where generations of Murphys have lived. Much to the bafflement of her complacent family and friends, Sue desires to understand herself better and learn new things; she starts seeing a therapist and yearns to go to college. She spends most of her time bartending at The Bulldog, a South Boston bar where eccentric regulars hang out and drink. Working alongside Sue is her best friend Trish. Sue's parents are Spud and Lottie Murphy, a working class couple who are content with their lot. Sue's brother Jimmy is a charming lay-about, who would rather drink with his friends than make something more of himself. Mary McDonough is Sue's rival and life-long nemesis.

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