A morally bankrupt car salesman is forced to become business partners with his inner conscience, an off-beat do gooder intent on healing Fitz's mangled psyche, one hilarious disaster at a time.

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 Richard Fitzpatrick (48 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Ken Fitzpatrick (48 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Josh McTaggart (48 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Larry (48 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Meghan Fitzpatrick (46 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Ruptal 1 (39 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Ali Devon (33 episodes, 2010-2013)
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 Dot Foxley (28 episodes, 2011-2013)
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 Sonja Lester (27 episodes, 2010-2013)
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A morally bankrupt car salesman is forced to become business partners with his inner conscience, an off-beat do gooder intent on healing Fitz's mangled psyche, one hilarious disaster at a time.

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This isn't a comedy
31 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This just isn't funny. I watched the first two episodes and I must say they were bordering on painful. It's just dull. The characters are for the most part vanilla.....Canadian vanilla. The exception being Jason Priestly but even with Priestly pulling out all the stops, the humor still falls flat.

I can't really say where it went wrong, other than the concept itself is pretty weak. A morally bankrupt used car salesman gets involved in an accident and for some reason his conscience manifests itself in physical form and helps him attempt to become a better person through a series of misadventures and foibles.

For his conscience to actually project itself in the physical world as a separate entity is just stupid. It might work if it were an internal struggle with Priestly playing both sleazy and conscientious roles. As it is, it's not really even a good time waster.


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