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 »
I'm sad that I did not like this show more. I gave it enough of a chance it is the end of season one and I have seen every episode except one. The jokes in all those episodes have not made me laugh once and I find ever single character to be annoying and poorly acted. The most annoying thing to me is that Fred Ewanwuick has not changed his character one bit from when he was Hank on Corner Gas (sorry if I'm spelling it wrong but that last name's a tough one). I was a Corner Gas fan so even though I didn't think the previews for these shows made it look like they were very good, and even when friends told me Hiccups and Dan For Mayor were both terrible, I hoped my gut feeling was somehow wrong and I would like these shows. No such luck. Ever since episode one I have been very disappointed with both shows, equally disappointed in how bad and unfunny they are. The characters in both shows are just terrible! I can't believe they got a season two but I hope they can somehow turn both shows around so that they are good, I don't see how that's possible though even if they replace all the writers and start getting good writing like Corner Gas had the characters are a huge problem.
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