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Good Show
10 October 2005 | by (Halifax) – See all my reviews

This is a great show and unlike what the previous commenter says, it's about a small hotel that is given in inheritance from his father to his youngest son. The twist, until the boy turns 18, the Hotel will belong to the family dog (Big Black Dog, hence the title) and it will be run by by his two brothers (who are old enough to be his father)...

Many little twists and very fun to learn how everyone is in relation to another.

Great show, great writing, great wit, great story lines... This is easily on of the funniest shows on French television these days and there is so much more they can do with this show that I predict a long and productive life for L'Auberge du Chien Noir.


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