Treme explained

By: 04.25.11

If you’re a fan of HBO’s Treme, and internet people do seem to enjoy it, but don’t get some of the many New Orleans-centric references made on the show, the Times Picayune’s Dave Walker publishes a handy guide, titled “Treme Explained,” that goes live shortly after each episode. The one for last night’s season two premiere — “Accentuate the Positive” — can be read here.

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