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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide
Entertainment fit for a Ponzi King.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

"Crime and Punishment" by Fyodor Dostoevsky is not carried in the MMC library, so Bernie will have to bring his own copy. Dostoevsky wrote the massive tome after a gambling binge when he could not pay his creditors. Hmm, sounds familiar...
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Kyra Sedgwick was one of Madoff's victims, so he may not want to watch her award-winning series "The Closer," in which she plays Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson in the LAPD's fictional Major Crimes Division. It could cause him to lose sleep, worrying about the real-lfe, NYC-based Major Crimes Division spinoff he's currently starring in.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Madoff definitely needs to watch "Cool Hand Luke," and take pointers from Paul Newman's convict leader. If Madoff can eat more hard-boiled eggs than anyone else at the MMC, he might be able to make some jail pals!
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Kevin Bacon starred in "Footloose." Madoff took all of Kevin Bacon's savings. Now Madoff is the opposite of "footloose." That is called Karma, my friends.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Trapped in a minimum security prison, where the prison bars had huge gaps between them, Elvis Presley sang and danced his way to freedom to the tune of "Jailhouse Rock." Think about it, Bernie.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

"Law and Order" is likely required viewing in the jail's common areas, the only place Madoff can watch TV. Luckily the MMC has basic cable, so Madoff can watch the show's many permutations 24/7, should he so choose.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

The new Ponzi King should read the biography of the original. Gotta know your Ponzi scheme history.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Pretenders lead singer Chryssie Hynde makes being on a chain gang sound cool.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

"Greed is good" is the theme of Oliver Stone's film "Wall Street." But the greedy guy gets his in the movie. Just like in real life.
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Bernie Madoff's Entertainment Guide

Entertainment fit for a Ponzi King.

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