In dieser Serie spielt Bill Hader einen depressiven, mittelmäßigen Auftragskiller aus dem Mittleren Westen, der sich während eines Auftrages in Los Angeles in. In der HBO-Comedy Barry schlüpft Bill Hader in die Rolle des titelgebenden Ex-Marine, der sich nach seiner Karriere beim Militär als Profikiller ve. Barry (Bill Hader) ist ein desillusionierter Auftragskiller, der in L.A. einen jungen Schauspieler töten soll. Als er versehentlich in einen Schauspielkurs hineinplatzt,.
Barry (Fernsehserie)Entdecke dieses Bild von Staffel 2 der Serie Barry. Bild 7 von Barry von 17 verfügbare Bilder von arnaudgranata.com From wikipedia: Barry is an American dark comedy television series created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader that premiered on March 25, , on HBO. It stars. Hitman in der Sinnkrise: In der pechschwarzen, sechsfach emmyprämierten Killer-Comedy "Barry" entdeckt Star-Comedian Bill Hader ("Dating Queen") sein.
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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, impressing an agent she had invited.
Barry takes his share of the money from Fuches before assaulting him and telling him that he's done with his life of crime.
Fuches tells Pazar that Barry is alive and should be killed, but Pazar prepares to kill Fuches instead. NoHo Hank alerts Barry, who promptly kills Pazar and his gang, and forces Fuches out of Los Angeles.
Hank takes over leadership of the Chechens and organizes with the Bolivians. Moss discovers Ryan's copy of Gene's book in Taylor's apartment, believing the two had teamed up to bait the Chechens and Bolivians into war.
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. 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 to continue the class by telling the story of the first time he killed as a Marine. NoHo Hank finds his flourishing partnership with Cristobal threatened by Esther, the Burmese gang leader that the Bolivians want to bring into the operation.
Hank also finds himself facing an assassination attempt from his family back in Chechnya due to his failure to kill Pazar's assassin. Hank claims that Esther was responsible for Pazar's death in an attempt to protect Barry.
Hank goes to Barry for help, but Barry is furious with him for approaching him in public and turns him away. Later, Hank approaches Barry once more and reminds him that Barry owes him for saving his life, and threatens to kill Barry if he does not carry out a hit on Esther.
Meanwhile, Fuches's unsuccessful attempt to replace Barry back in Cleveland has backfired spectacularly, causing him to get arrested. Unbeknownst to him, his DNA is matched to a missing tooth found at the scene of Pazar's murder.
Loach, grief-stricken over the loss of Moss, discovers this and quickly connects Fuches to Barry, surmising that Barry is the man in the grainy lipstick camera footage.
Hank enlists Barry to kill Esther, but Barry is reluctant to return to a life of killing. Gene, inspired by Barry's tale of his first kill, tasks the acting class with writing and performing a short piece that perfectly encapsulates their own personal truth.
Barry, not wanting his "truth" to be death, convinces Gene to let him tell the story of the day they met. However, after attempting to reconnect with his estranged son Leo, an organic farmer, Gene realizes that he is too self-absorbed and tells Barry that he must tell the Afghanistan story.
Sally has found minor success under her new agents, but becomes frustrated with the small and insignificant parts she keeps getting cast in.
Her agent, Lindsay, urges her to bide her time until the perfect role comes along. Loach tracks down Fuches in Ohio, and convinces him to return to Los Angeles and elicit a confession from Barry in order to keep himself out of jail.
Barry finds himself unable to carry out the hit on Esther, and narrowly escapes from the furious Burmese mob. Barry finds Fuches waiting for him upon returning home, and angrily rebuffs him while a frustrated Loach watches from a surveillance van.
Sally has decided to tell the story of the night she left her abusive ex-husband, Sam, but is unable to confront the fact that she never stood up to him.
Unwilling to come across as weak, she writes a version of the story that paints her in a stronger light.
Hank attempts to kill Barry after finding out about the failed hit on Esther. However, his sniper misses several times and is shot in the shoulder by Barry, who is furious that they attacked his apartment while Sally was there.
Hank, terrified of being sent back to Chechnya, urges Barry to just kill him. However, Barry offers instead to train the Chechen men so that Hank can take down the Burmese himself and return to his partnership with Cristobal while Barry's debt to Hank is paid.
Barry decides to tell a different story about the war, in which he saved his friend Albert while serving in Korengal. However, he struggles with painting himself in a positive light, and laments the fact that he has no one to talk about his experiences with.
Barry is once again approached by Fuches, but this time he welcomes him and asks for advice about how to tell the Korengal story.
Fuches advises him against it, and the two have an emotional reconnection while an increasingly frustrated Loach looks on. At the acting class, Barry expresses reluctance at having to choke Sally while playing the role of her ex-husband.
Sally and Gene berate him to try and get him in the right headspace, but Barry storms out. Sally follows and tries to reason with him, but quickly shuts down when she realizes her ex-husband Sam has shown up in L.
Barry and Sally go to dinner with Sam, where Barry is barely able to contain his rage towards the other man while Sally awkwardly tries to keep things civil.
Barry later asks Sally why she was so welcoming to Sam, and she breaks down in his arms as she acknowledges that her scene is a lie and she didn't stand up to him, instead leaving him in the dead of night while he was asleep.
Sally is distraught about potentially telling the truth about her relationship with Sam onstage, and Barry assures her that it's sometimes okay to keep secrets.
Later, Barry sees that Sam has snuck into the theatre and witnessed Sally rehearsing the scene. Barry chases Sam back to his car, where a furious Sam insults Sally and drives away.
Sally later gets a call from Sam, inviting her to come to his hotel so he can give her a gift. Against her better thoughts, she goes. Once there, Sam's nice-guy persona slowly breaks apart and he demands that Sally not do her scene in order to keep him from appearing in a bad light.
Unbeknownst to them both, Barry has traveled to the hotel to kill Sam, resulting in him almost shooting Sally in the face when she opens the door to leave.
Barry, ashamed and enraged at himself, goes to Gene's house and begs him for help. Barry opens up to Gene about Korengal, where he reveals that he unknowingly killed an innocent civilian instead of the gunman who shot his friend.
Gene, shaken by Barry's confession, urges him not to repeat the story to the acting class and reassures him that people can change their nature, giving Barry hope for his future.
An ecstatic Barry travels to Fuches's hotel to share what Gene told him, but Loach manages to get a confession from Barry while there.
However, instead of charging and arresting him, Loach uses it to blackmail Barry into killing his ex-wife's new lover. Barry finds Ronny, Loach's ex-wife's stoner lover, at his house and tries to negotiate a peaceful deal in which he doesn't have to kill anyone.
However, while Ronny is packing to leave, Barry discovers he is a Taekwondo master, and the two battle until Ronny passes out from a busted windpipe.
Ronny's daughter Lily, also proficient in Taekwondo, comes home and viciously attacks Barry before fleeing. Barry urges Fuches to drive him to a hospital to treat the stab wound Lily had inflicted on his back, but Fuches instead takes him to a drugstore and stitches Barry up himself, albeit poorly.
Fuches, furious that Barry left Lily alive, drives around the neighborhood looking for her, but Barry refuses to kill her once they find her.
Fuches attempts to kill her himself, but concludes that she can't be human after seeing her climb a tree and sit perched for hours on top of a roof.
That night, Lily has still not descended from the roof and Fuches is getting impatient. Barry, who has been drifting in and out of consciousness throughout the day, awakens and immediately rips his stitches, causing Fuches to pour superglue in his wound.
While this is happening, Lily sneaks into the backseat of the car and bites Fuches in the cheek. Fuches, unable to fight her off because he's glued his hands to the steering wheel, is forced to let her take a chunk out of his cheek and run off.
Barry and Fuches return to the 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.
As Barry approaches Fuches's car, he contemplates the nature of their relationship. Barry, infuriated that Fuches turned on him, breaks off their relationship for good and returns to acting class.
Once there, he discovers that Sally has rewritten her scene to tell the truth about her relationship with Sam, but is mortified after doing a cold reading for the class.
Barry asks for Gene's help, requesting that Gene help him perform well in Sally's scene in lieu of writing his own. Gene tells Barry to use his own story to find the emotion in Sally's.
Onstage, Barry taps into his trauma over killing Detective Moss and delivers a spectacular performance, much to Gene's satisfaction. Lindsay, having witnessed the entire performance, offers to help Sally use it to branch out in her career.
Meanwhile, Barry has finished training the Chechens, and Hank gives Barry a pin as a gift for having repaid his debt. Mayrbeck, a young Chechen, thanks Barry for giving him purpose and showing him how to be useful as a soldier.
As Hank prepares to ambush Esther, he is surprised to find that his whole army has been captured after an accordion player he had previously insulted sold them out to Esther and Cristobal.
Fuches, furious at Barry, begins to comb through the woods near Gene's cabin and eventually finds the car containing Moss's body. Sally turns down the supposedly empowering TV role she is offered involving abused women killing their husbands that is little more than revenge porn.
She is jealous when Barry, after being spotted in her agent's lobby, lands an audition for a lead role in a major feature film. While Barry gets acting advice from Gene, Lindsay offers Sally the opportunity to have the acting class perform their scenes on a large stage in order to get Sally's story out into the world.
After Hank's men escape a burning bus and a shootout with the Bolivians and Burmese, they abandon him due to his poor leadership choices and turn to Mayrbeck as a leader.
When Gene does not show up for Barry's audition, Barry discovers that Fuches is posing as a private detective to lead Gene to Detective Moss's body.
Barry underperforms in his audition, much to the intrigue of the director, and leaves in a hurry. After hearing Gene explain how Barry was lost until he came to his class, an infuriated Fuches leads him to Moss's car.
After popping the trunk and showing Moss's body to the distraught Gene, Fuches calls the police and confesses to murdering her, pretending to be Gene.
Fuches then raises a gun to Gene's head while Barry races through the forest. Unable to bring himself to shoot Gene, Fuches flees the scene.
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