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18 at the Hadas Gallery in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, that focuses on the water-retention landscape in Portugal.Emily calls the works “Wells of Miriam” because it reminds her of the “mikveh,” a ritual bath in Judaism that’s associated with renewal.In 2005, she was cast in the off-off-Broadway play “Kabbalah.” Playing Madonna, Emily says she was “so excited for and committed to” the role that she colored her raven locks blond — and went nude.But things went south after mediocre reviews surfaced.She’s also single — and chalks that up to her pop’s habit of blabbing about graphic sex on the airwaves five days a week.“It’s rare I go on dates [now],” Emily tells The Post.
She does, however, get a little relief, thanks to her father, Jim (James Garner), who's been staying at the house since Paul's death.
Retired and separated from his wife, Jim mostly spends his days making home improvements to the house - with arguably mixed results - and, in his own inimitable way, gives comfort and guidance to his daughter and grandchildren during their time of need.
But the family is thrown for a loop when Cate's wayward nephew, C. (David Spade), moves in and finds it hard to resist getting himself into trouble or offering questionable advice to the kids.
Emily says it was difficult to deal with Howard’s fame.
“My dad always instilled in us, ‘Everybody’s watching you,’ ” she recalls.