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Sunday, October 27, 2013

On set with Amazon Studios in New York

Joe Lewis, head of original programming for Amazon Studios, on the set of "Alpha House," a comedy about four fictional Republican congressman who share a house in Washington, D.C. On the wall behind him are previous housemates including shots of controversial former congressmen Tom DeLay of Texas (top left) and Larry Craig of Idaho (top center). Bill Murray (bottom right) appears in a cameo in the "Alpha House" as Sen. Vernon Smits, who was late in turning himself into the Department of Justice for some unnamed crimes.