The Passion of the Fredo

#CNN news anchor #ChrisCuomo has a complicated life, and it is clearly eating him up inside. His public outbursts about how much he hates his job and life can’t simply be papered over with a retraction the next day.

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  1. In a fox news video, the Biker was an old man on a pushbike standing watching a group of people looking at Fredo's new house that was being built. when Mrs Fredo asked him what was he looking at?. when he told her they weren't supposed to be doing what they were doing. Fredo came storming up to him and started laying into him saying its got nothing to do with him and to mind his own business. That's when the cyclist recognised him and proceeded to tell him he should know better. Fredo got really upset.

  2. 8:30
    Im sure satan showed up at his house and reminded him that his eternal soul still belongs to the prince of lies and when the prince of lies demands you to play second fidle to your more talented older brother on live TV well you better sure as heck ask him which color tie to wear to said event.

  3. the way he back peddled they have something on someonesomething he cares about. probably some vid or something him banging out a intern that they said his wife would see. or whatever scares monsters like him

  4. Again I must insert this line in Italian from Wikipedia of "Vesti la giubba" "Put on the costume", often referred to as "On With the Motley", from the original 1893 translation by Frederic Edward Weatherly) is a famous tenor aria from Ruggero Leoncavallo's 1892 opera Pagliacci. "Vesti la giubba" is sung at the conclusion of the first act, when Canio discovers his wife's infidelity, but must nevertheless prepare for his performance as Pagliaccio the clown because "the show must go on". Here are the opening words of "Vesti la giubba."
    Recitar! Mentre preso dal delirio,

    non so più quel che dico,

    e quel che faccio!

    Eppur è d'uopo, sforzati!

    Bah! Sei tu forse un uom?

    Tu se' Pagliaccio! Act! While in delirium,

    I no longer know what I say,

    or what I do!

    And yet it's necessary… make an effort!

    Bah! Are you even a man?

    You are a clown! Fine here's the rest: Vesti la giubba e la faccia infarina.

    La gente paga, e rider vuole qua.

    E se Arlecchin t'invola Colombina,

    ridi, Pagliaccio, e ognun applaudirà!

    Tramuta in lazzi lo spasmo ed il pianto

    in una smorfia il singhiozzo e 'l dolor, Ah!

    Ridi, Pagliaccio,

    sul tuo amore infranto!

    Ridi del duol, che t'avvelena il cor! Put on your costume and powder your face.

    The people are paying, and they want to laugh here.

    And if Harlequin steals away your Columbina,

    laugh, clown, and all will applaud!

    Turn your distress and tears into jokes,

    your pain and sobs into a smirk, Ah!

    Laugh, clown,

    at your broken love!

    Laugh at the grief that poisons your heart! I sing this one still mostly to myself as an amateur because I can, I probably can speak or understand and sing in Italian and even the Neapolitan dialect better than most Italian-originated New York City dwelling Americans today because many have forgotten in their younger generations, trust me from my own visual life experience living around old southern Brooklyn here, although they would deny it as the truth. Don"t mean to brag or boast but I certainly could speak in the Italiano lingua sometimes better than these Cuomo clowns ever could and I have no Italian whatsoever north or south of that designer boot as my last two semesters of Abe Lincoln high school teacher of this language of which I actually obsessively love much and chose it over Spanish as the more beautiful of this Latin or Romance languages and my love of classical and romantic classical operas (18th to most of the 19th centuries up until Giacomo Puccini's Turandot in the 1920's). Not bad for a local, unassuming Russian-Jew eh? Just no professional opportunity here and I fear that the Manhattan Met O Theater in Lincoln Center is lost to me as well for the time being.

  5. I'm only familiar with the term 'fredo' due to the IT Crowd episode in which Jen becomes the "fredo" so I was picturing him taking out businessmen to entertain them with showgirls and maybe some D & D

  6. 3:51 I can't believe neither guido called out, "Where's my gabagool?!" during the interview. Both are children of privilege and conduct themselves as such, but Andrew Fonzarelli Mussolini Cuomo is far more dangerous because Fredo may be on the airwaves, but you don't have to watch. Andrew is Governor of third most populous state in the US, so he's unavoidable. And he's every bit as corrupt as his father, maybe more so. When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo mentioned at meeting of US Governors that the CCP is recruiting for "friends" among politicos in the US, Fonzi Cuomo was the first to spring to mind, followed by Ca's Gavin Gruesome.