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The town of Wessex is having an election with long-time mayor Bud Calgrove running without any opposition. Dan Phillips (Fred Ewanuick) is a slacker bartender at Fern's. His ex-girlfriend Claire Kendall tells him that she's marrying Mike. In response, Dan tells her that he's running for mayor. When Calgrove is killed by a bus, Dan's joke candidacy is no longer such a joke. Deputy mayor Alan Duffy is out to stop him. His best friend Jeff works at Swifty Copy. The second season has Dan starting his job as the new mayor.
This is a mildly amusing Canadian sitcom. Ewanuick is a good comedic actor and half of the cast are doing good. The problem is that the other half is flat and lacking. Those supporting characters and actors have no charisma. The second season has the show trimming down to the better main cast but the humor never rises above mildly amusing.
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