An absurd comedy about a Parking Enforcement Officer, who - despite constant abuse from the public - finds truth, honour and serenity in the act of ticketing. His religious devotion to the ... See full summary »
Resuscitation of the acclaimed 1996-97 series that picks up nearly a decade later. We again follow the exploits of George Findlay in this biting satire of the day-to-day operations of the mainstream news media.
15-year-old Sheldon Blecher is overweight, with a self-destructive driving instructor father and pyromaniac mother who never quite seem to fit into their community. His egotistical ... See full summary »
This show is terrible. The acting is awful and the jokes are very bad.
It is better than Hiccups because at least the story of Dan For Mayor seems on the surface like it would be interesting but there is nothing worth while about this show.
First of all, Corner Gas was good for a couple seasons then went downhill real fast and just because a rehash of the same jokes and stories again and again. So it's kind of annoying that they immediately spun it off and gave the guy who played Hank his own show....where he STILL plays Hank! Seriously there is absolutely no difference between the characters in Corner Gas and Dan For Mayor. What is even the point of changing shows?
The jokes are predictable and unfunny, I will not watch again and I'm not happy that based on the success of Corner Gas this show and Hiccups are both coming back.....why?!?!
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