Barry (TV series)
Barry is an American dark comedy television series created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader that premiered on March 25, 2018, on HBO. It stars Hader as the eponymous lead character, a hitman from the Midwest who travels to Los Angeles to kill someone and then finds himself joining an acting class taught by Henry Winkler's character.
|Opening theme||"Change for the World" by Charles Bradley|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||16 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Distributor||Warner Bros. Television Distribution|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Audio format||5.1 surround|
|Original release||March 25, 2018 –|
The series has been met with a positive critical response, winning two Primetime Emmy Awards: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for Hader and Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for Winkler. On April 12, 2018, HBO renewed the series for a second season, and it premiered on March 31, 2019. On April 10, 2019, HBO renewed the series for a third season.
Barry follows former United States Marine Barry Berkman, "who works as a low-rent hitman in the Midwest. Lonely and dissatisfied in his life, he begrudgingly travels to Los Angeles to kill someone and ends up finding an accepting community in a group of eager hopefuls within the L.A. theater scene."
Cast and charactersEdit
- Bill Hader as Barry Berkman/Barry Block
- Stephen Root as Monroe Fuches
- Sarah Goldberg as Sally Reed
- Glenn Fleshler as Goran Pazar (season 1)
- Anthony Carrigan as NoHo Hank
- Henry Winkler as Gene Cousineau
- Paula Newsome as Detective Janice Moss (season 1)
- Michael Irby as Cristobal Sifuentes
- Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Sasha Baxter
- D'Arcy Carden as Natalie Greer
- Darrell Britt-Gibson as Jermaine Jefrint
- Andy Carey as Eric
- Alejandro Furth as Antonio Manuel
- John Pirruccello as Detective Loach (seasons 1–2)
- Rightor Doyle as Nick Nicholby
- Mark Ivanir as Vacha / Ruslan (season 1)
- Nikita Bogolyubov as Mayrbek (season 2)
- Dale Pavinski as Taylor Garrett (season 1)
- Marcus Brown as Vaughn (season 1)
- Robert Curtis Brown as Mike Hallman (season 1)
- Cameron Britton as Simmer (season 1)
- Karen David as Sharon Lucado (season 1)
- Chris Marquette as Chris Lucado (season 1)
- James Hiroyuki Liao as Albert Nguyen (season 2)
- Sarah Burns as Detective May (season 2)
- Andrew Leeds as Leo Cousineau (season 2)
- Tyler Jacob Moore as Ryan Madison ("Chapter One: Make Your Mark")
- Melissa Villaseñor as Diner Waitress ("Chapter One: Make Your Mark")
- Larry Hankin as Stovka ("Chapter Three: Make the Unsafe Choice")
- Jon Hamm as himself ("Chapter Four: Commit...To You")
- Michael Beach as Police Detective ("The Power of No")
- Patrick Fabian as Space Dad ("The Power of No")
- Sam Ingraffia as Thomas Friedman ("Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday")
- Daniel Bernhardt as Ronny ("ronny/lily")
- Jay Roach as himself ("The Audition")
- Allison Jones as herself ("The Audition")
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||8||March 25, 2018||May 13, 2018|
|2||8||March 31, 2019||May 19, 2019|
Season 1 (2018)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"Chapter One: Make Your Mark"||Bill Hader||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||March 25, 2018||0.564|
|Barry Berkman, a Marine turned hitman, is sent by his handler, Monroe Fuches, to Los Angeles to perform a hit for Chechen mob boss Goran Pazar, who wants him to kill Ryan Madison, an aspiring actor having an affair with Goran’s wife. Barry tracks the target to an acting class taught by famed coach and author Gene Cousineau. Ryan convinces Barry to perform a scene with him and, despite how poorly it goes, invites him to a bar with the other students where Barry becomes smitten with actress Sally Reed. Barry drives a drunk Ryan home and finds Gene, who tells Barry that he is a terrible actor. An impassioned Barry tells Gene that he is a hitman but wants a different life. Gene, believing the confession is an improvised performance, is impressed enough to give Barry another shot at his class. Barry decides to follow through on Ryan's hit, only to find Ryan already dead and the Chechens prepared to shoot him, too. Barry guns them down and flees the scene. At a nearby diner, he learns the waitress is an actress, and tells her he is also an actor.|
|2||2||"Chapter Two: Use It"||Bill Hader||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||April 1, 2018||0.641|
|LAPD detectives investigate the murders of Ryan and the mobster and discover the mobsters’ lipstick camera, only to be repeatedly stumped at how it works. Barry and Fuches are kidnapped by the Chechens, and Fuches is tortured via tooth-filing until Barry reluctantly agrees to carry out one last hit on an informant. Gene informs his class that Ryan has been murdered. Gene's students plan an on-stage memorial service for Ryan, where all members will perform a piece in his honor. Sally asks Barry to perform a scene from Doubt, the last piece she and Ryan performed together in the class. At the service, Gene has Ryan's father show up, who delivers an impassioned speech. The speech causes Barry significant distress because he has never before seen the grief and pain he has inflicted on people who knew Barry's victims. At the last minute Barry declines to perform the Doubt piece because he does not like its theme on pedophilia. Barry walks Sally home at which time she expresses her desire to have sex with him. To Sally's surprise Barry declines her advances and rushes off. From afar, a Chechen takes photos of Sally.|
|3||3||"Chapter Three: Make the Unsafe Choice"||Bill Hader||Duffy Boudreau||April 8, 2018||0.595|
|Barry is ready to kill the Chechens' next target, Paco, but is told to wait by NoHo Hank. Pazar's new assassin, Stovka, arrives and is instructed to kill Barry and Fuches once Barry returns. Fuches attempts to talk Stovka out of killing him, and Stovka ends up killing himself instead. Detectives Moss and Loach learn of Ryan Madison's connection to Pazar and question Gene and his students. Barry helps Sally prepare for an audition, where Sally learns the lead actress is a former friend she had worked with on a failed TV series. Sally is devastated by the other actress' success and cries during her audition. Barry prepares to take out Paco but is interrupted by a phone call from Sally, who vents about her problems and begs him to come over. Barry misses his chance to kill Paco with a sniper rifle, and is forced to break into his house and strangle him to death. Barry then goes to Sally's house, where they have sex and Barry daydreams about a happy life with her.|
|4||4||"Chapter Four: Commit...To You"||Maggie Carey||Sarah Solemani||April 15, 2018||0.511|
|Barry reconnects with Chris, an old military friend. Fuches gives Barry his next job: to raid a Bolivian stash house, but Barry believes it to be too dangerous and backs out. Sally prepares for an audition with her agent; she rejects his sexual advances, and he claims he was only joking. At the audition, Sally is told by the casting assistant that her agent does not represent her and is sent home; devastated, Sally cries in her car. Detective Moss meets with Gene at a restaurant, expecting pertinent information about the case; realizing it is actually a date, she stays anyway. Police techs manage to unlock the lipstick camera, revealing footage of a tall, unrecognizable figure who, unbeknownst to them, is Barry. At a party, Barry presents Sally with a new laptop as a gift, but she is offended by the gesture. Barry invites Chris, who brings two other rowdy Marines, Vaughn and Taylor. Barry sees Sally flirting with another man and tells him to back off, angering Sally. Taylor finds Barry's intel on the stash house raid, and tells Barry he wants in.|
|5||5||"Chapter Five: Do Your Job"||Hiro Murai||Ben Smith||April 22, 2018||0.643|
|Sally suggests to Barry that they should take a break from each other. Detective Moss returns to the acting class and re-interviews three men, including Barry, who could match the photo of the tall, unrecognizable figure from the lipstick camera. Barry provides an alibi with the help of Fuches, who tells him to kill Taylor once the raid is done; Barry reluctantly agrees. The acting class discusses the morality of Macbeth and Barry tells the class, "I've killed people. I should just go blow my brains out?" referring to his time as a Marine. Gene replies, "If you kill outside of war, you're a fucking psycho. Then you're irredeemable." That night, Barry and Taylor successfully raid the stash house, killing several men, with Taylor doing most of the killing as well as saving Barry's life. The next morning, Barry meets with Fuches, who is happy to see Barry alive. Taylor soon joins, revealing Barry did not follow Fuches' advice.|
|6||6||"Chapter Six: Listen With Your Ears, React With Your Face"||Hiro Murai||Emily Heller||April 29, 2018||0.560|
|Barry and Fuches survey a desert airstrip where the Bolivian drug lord is set to land, and Fuches tells Barry he wants Taylor gone. At the stash house, Pazar tells Vacha to stop photographing Barry; Vacha wants revenge because Barry killed his brother. After spending the night with Gene, Detective Moss tells him their relationship crosses a line, as she is investigating his class. At Taylor's apartment, Barry tells him he could take over Barry’s job and work for Fuches, but Taylor tells Barry he should just kill Fuches. Without Barry’s knowledge, Taylor stuffs money stolen from the stash house into Barry’s backpack. At acting class, Barry finds the money and hides it in the bathroom ceiling. Vacha arrives at the class and follows Sally to her car, but bumps into Moss. Vacha runs and Moss eventually kills him in a shootout. Moss shows other officers the cash hidden in the bathroom. Barry tells Taylor he will do the job alone, but Taylor arrives with Vaughan and Chris. They drive to the airfield, but are ambushed by gunfire.|
|7||7||"Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going"||Alec Berg||Liz Sarnoff||May 6, 2018||0.636|
|Barry and Chris, the only survivors, escape the airfield and return to Los Angeles. Going immediately to rehearsal, Barry gives poor line delivery and is berated by Sally and Gene. The Chechens receive a call from their Bolivian assassination target, Cristobal Sifuentes, who says that there was no need for violence as he would have gladly shared the stash house with them, and declares war on the Chechens. Pazar, furious with Fuches and believing Barry dead, orders NoHo Hank to kill Fuches. Moss learns that there were Marines involved with the hit on the Bolivians and realizes that Barry is her mystery suspect, despite coincidental evidence that convinces the police otherwise. Chris, visibly shaken, tells Barry that he intends to go to the police to clear his conscience. With no other options, Barry kills Chris and begins to suffer an emotional breakdown. Arriving late to the class’ Shakespeare night, Barry delivers his single line with such emotional intensity that the audience becomes captivated and Sally gets a confidence boost.|
|8||8||"Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth"||Alec Berg||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||May 13, 2018||0.548|
|Barry takes his share of the money from Fuches before assaulting him. Fuches tells Pazar that Barry is alive and should be killed, but Pazar prepares to kill Fuches. NoHo alerts Barry, who promptly kills Pazar and his gang, and forces Fuches out of Los Angeles. NoHo takes over leadership of the Chechens and organizes with the Bolivians. The LAPD discover Barry's massacre and conclude the Bolivians were responsible, closing the case and posthumously staining Ryan's reputation. Barry rejoins the acting class, and starts a relationship with Sally. A few weeks later, Gene invites Barry, Sally and Moss to his country home, where Moss becomes suspicious of Barry after learning he goes by his stage name "Barry Block". Her suspicion is further propelled when Gene tells Moss of the monologue Barry gave about being a hitman - and confirmed when she discovers a link between Barry, Chris, and Taylor on Facebook. Barry begs her not to pursue things further. When she refuses, Barry retrieves a hidden gun and shots ring out; it is unclear whether Moss survived. Barry returns to the still-sleeping Sally, and declares, yet again, that his criminal life is over.|
Season 2 (2019)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|9||1||"The Show Must Go On, Probably?"||Hiro Murai||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||March 31, 2019||0.532|
|A few weeks following Moss' disappearance the police close the case citing a lack of leads, sending Gene even further into a grief-stricken withdrawal from life. Upon returning to class after a long absence, Gene declares that the upcoming play is cancelled and that he intends to end the class permanently. Barry convinces Gene not to by telling the story of the first time he killed as a soldier. NoHo finds himself being pushed away from Cristobal by the Burmese gang leader that the Bolivians want to bring into the operation, and later finds himself facing an assassination attempt from his family back in Chechnya after he lies to them and says he is unable to find and kill the person who killed Pazar. NoHo blames the Burmese gang leader, leading the family to order NoHo to execute her. Upon visiting Barry, NoHo is spurned by Barry at first, but later tells Barry that he has no choice but to kill the gang leader or everything Barry has built in his new life will be destroyed. Meanwhile, Fuches is arrested in Cleveland after a botched job and his DNA samples raise a red flag to the LAPD who link him with the crime scene at Pazar's murder. Loach, also grief-stricken over Moss' murder, discovers this and finds the same link Moss discovered about Barry and suspects that Barry is the man in the grainy CCTV dash cam footage.|
|10||2||"The Power of No"||Hiro Murai||Taofik Kolade||April 7, 2019||0.424|
|Hank enlists Barry to kill Esther. Loach forces Fuches to get a confession from Barry, by sending him undercover in Los Angeles. Gene attempts to reconnect with his estranged son Leo, an organic farmer.|
|11||3||"Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday"||Minkie Spiro||Jason Kim||April 14, 2019||1.78|
|Sally rehearses a scene about leaving her ex-husband. Barry trains the Chechen mob to be assassins. Barry opens up to Fuches.|
|12||4||"What?!"||Liza Johnson||Duffy Boudreau||April 21, 2019||1.94|
|Barry nearly tries to kill Sally's ex-husband and opens up to Gene about his tour in Afghanistan, in which he unknowingly killed a civilian instead of the gunman who killed his friend. Loach manages to get a confession from Barry. However, instead of charging and arresting him, Loach uses it to blackmail Barry into killing his ex-wife's new lover.|
|13||5||"ronny/lily"||Bill Hader||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||April 28, 2019||2.03|
|Barry finds Ronny, the new, stoner lover of Loach’s ex-wife, at his house and tries to negotiate a peaceful deal in which he doesn’t have to kill Ron. However, while Ronny is packing to leave, Barry learns he is a Taekwondo master, and the two battle until Ronny passes out from a busted windpipe. Ronny’s feral, almost superhuman daughter Lily, also proficient in Taekwondo, comes home and attacks Barry before fleeing to find help. Fuches, who uses amateur stitching to heal Barry’s recent knife wound, encourages Barry to kill Lily, but Barry cannot bring himself to do it. That night, Lily bites Fuches in the cheek, so he and Barry rush to a nearby drugstore, where Barry finds Ronny alive and ready to attack again. Loach arrives and shoots Ronny, but Ronny kills him effortlessly before more police officers arrive and kill Ronny, giving Barry a chance to flee.|
|14||6||"The Truth Has a Ring to It"||Alec Berg||Emily Heller||May 5, 2019||1.99|
|Barry taps into his trauma and perfectly executes Sally's scene. Fuches, abandoned by Barry, looks for a new way to control him and finds Detective Moss’s body.|
|15||7||"The Audition"||Alec Berg||Liz Sarnoff||May 12, 2019||1.87|
|Sally is jealous when Barry lands an audition for a lead role in a major feature film and she is offered a main part in a TV series about women seeking violent revenge on men. After NoHo’s men escape a burning bus, they abandon him due to his poor leadership choices. Fuches poses as a detective to lead Gene to Detective Moss’s body, then reveals his plan to frame Gene for her death, kill him, and make it look like a suicide. Barry, whom Gene contacted to tell him about Fuches, botches his audition and races to stop his former handler, who holds Gene at gunpoint.|
|16||8||"berkman > block"||Bill Hader||Alec Berg & Bill Hader||May 19, 2019||TBD|
On January 11, 2016, it was reported that HBO had given the production a pilot order, to be directed by Bill Hader who would also co-write and executive produce alongside Alec Berg. On June 2, 2016, it was reported that HBO had given the production a series order. On April 12, 2018, HBO renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on March 31, 2019. On April 10, 2019, HBO renewed the series for a third season.
Alongside the report of the pilot order, it was confirmed that Hader would star in the pilot. In February 2016, it was reported that Sarah Goldberg, Glenn Fleshler, Anthony Carrigan, Henry Winkler, and Stephen Root had been cast in lead roles in the series' pilot.
Principal photography for the first season began in 2017 in Los Angeles.
On April 28, 2018, episodes one through three were screened during the Series Mania Festival at the Le Majestic cinema in Lille, France. It appeared alongside seven other television programs in the festival's "Best of USA" series of shows.
The first season of Barry gained critical acclaim. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a 99% approval rating with an average rating of 8.28 out of 10, based on 77 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "PTSD and comedy make strangely endearing bedfellows in Barry, which proves more poignant than its sketch show premise." Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the season a score of 83 out of 100 based on 28 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".
The second season has received overwhelming critical acclaim. On Rotten Tomatoes, the season holds a 100% approval rating with an average rating of 8.6 out of 10, based on 27 reviews. The site's consensus reads, "Barry follows up a pitch-perfect debut with a second season that balances darkness with comedy while steering clear of antihero overindulgence." On Metacritic, the season has a score 87 out of 100, based on 14 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".
|1||"Chapter One: Make Your Mark"||March 25, 2018||0.2||0.564||N/A||0.538||N/A||1.103|
|2||"Chapter Two: Use It"||April 1, 2018||0.2||0.641||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|3||"Chapter Three: Make the Unsafe Choice"||April 8, 2018||0.2||0.595||0.2||0.555||0.4||1.150|
|4||"Chapter Four: Commit...To You"||April 15, 2018||0.2||0.511||0.2||0.565||0.4||1.077|
|5||"Chapter Five: Do Your Job"||April 22, 2018||0.2||0.643||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|6||"Chapter Six: Listen With Your Ears, React With Your Face"||April 29, 2018||0.2||0.560||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|7||"Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going"||May 6, 2018||0.2||0.636||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|8||"Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth"||May 13, 2018||0.2||0.548||0.2||0.523||0.4||1.072|
|1||"The Show Must Go On, Probably?"||March 31, 2019||0.2||0.532||N/A||0.428||N/A||0.960|
|2||"The Power of No"||April 7, 2019||0.2||0.424||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|3||"Past = Present x Future Over Yesterday"||April 14, 2019||0.7||1.78||0.2||N/A||0.9||N/A|
|4||"What?!"||April 21, 2019||0.8||1.94||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|5||"ronny/lily"||April 28, 2019||0.9||2.03||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|6||"The Truth Has a Ring to It"||May 5, 2019||0.8||1.99||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|7||"The Audition"||May 12, 2019||0.8||1.87||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2018||Television Critics Association Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Comedy||Barry||Nominated|||
|Outstanding New Program||Barry||Nominated|
|Individual Achievement in Comedy||Bill Hader||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Comedy Series||Barry||Nominated|||
|Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series||Bill Hader||Won|
|Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series||Henry Winkler||Won|
|Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series||Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark")||Nominated|
|Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series||Alec Berg & Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark")||Nominated|
|Liz Sarnoff (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going")||Nominated|
|Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards||Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series||Sharon Bialy & Sherry Thomas||Nominated|||
|Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)||Paula Huidobro (for "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth")||Nominated|
|Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less)||Tyler B. Robinson, Eric Schoonover, & Amber Haley (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going")||Nominated|
|Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series||Jeff Buchanan (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going")||Nominated|
|Kyle Reiter (for "Chapter Eight: Know Your Truth")||Nominated|
|Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation||Matthew E. Taylor, Sean Heissinger, Rickley W. Dumm, Michael Brake, Hilda Hodges, & Rick Owens (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going")||Nominated|
|Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation||Todd Beckett, Elmo Ponsdomenech, & Benjamin Patrick (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast And Keep Going")||Won|
|American Film Institute Awards||Top 10 TV Programs of the Year||Barry||Won|||
|2019||Golden Globe Awards||Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy||Barry||Nominated|||
|Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy||Bill Hader||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Henry Winkler||Nominated|
|Dorian Awards||TV Comedy of the Year||Barry||Nominated|||
|Critics' Choice Television Awards||Best Comedy Series||Barry||Nominated|||
|Best Actor in a Comedy Series||Bill Hader||Won|
|Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series||Henry Winkler||Won|
|Producers Guild of America Awards||Best Episodic Comedy||Alec Berg, Bill Hader, Aida Rodgers, Emily Heller, & Liz Sarnoff||Nominated|||
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series||Darrell Britt-Gibson, D'Arcy Carden, Andy Carey, Anthony Carrigan, Rightor Doyle, Glenn Fleshler, Alejandro Furth, Sarah Goldberg, Bill Hader, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Paula Newsome, John Pirruccello, Stephen Root, & Henry Winkler||Nominated|||
|Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series||Bill Hader||Nominated|
|Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series||Henry Winkler||Nominated|
|Artios Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Casting –
Television Pilot & First Season — Comedy
|Sherry Thomas, Sharon Bialy, & Stacia Kimler (Associate)||Nominated|||
|American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards||Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television||Jeff Buchanan (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark")||Nominated|||
|Directors Guild of America Awards||Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series||Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark")||Won|||
|Cinema Audio Society Awards||Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series – Half-Hour||Benjamin A. Patrick, Elmo Ponsdomenech,
Todd Beckett, David Wingo, Aaron Hasson,
& John Sanacore (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going")
|Golden Reel Awards||Broadcast Media: Live Action Under 35:00||TBA (for "Chapter Seven: Loud, Fast, and Keep Going")||Nominated|||
|Writers Guild of America Awards||Television: Comedy Series||Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, & Sarah Solemani||Nominated|||
|Television: New Series||Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, & Sarah Solemani||Won|
|Television: Episodic Comedy||Alec Berg & Bill Hader (for "Chapter One: Make Your Mark")||Won|
|Satellite Awards||Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy||Barry||Nominated|||
|Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy||Bill Hader||Won|
|Shorty Awards||Best TV Show||Barry||Nominated|||
|Peabody Awards||Entertainment honoree||Barry||Won|||
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