Sure, and it's five of TV's most nota...

Sure, and it's five of TV's most notable Irish-American characters

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With St. Patrick's Day arriving Tuesday, our thoughts turn to series starring Irish-American characters, a tube staple that dates to the dawn of TV and such shows as "The Life of Riley." Not all were classics, ...

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#1 Mar 15, 2009
George Carlin — The acerbic comedian played George O'Grady, a ponytailed New York cabbie on "The George Carlin Show" (Fox, 1994-95). He hung out at Moylan's Tavern and had a Yorkshire terrier, Miles, named for jazz legend Miles Davis.

I never heard of the show......

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