Good Dog (2011– )
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When George's stockbroker calls him for a face-to-face meeting, George fears imminent financial ruin.

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Ken Finkleman ...
George
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Claire
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Doug
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Erica
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Alan
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The Most Beautiful Woman in the World
Howard Pressburger ...
Hardware Store Guy
Sal Figliomeni ...
Coffee Shop Guy
Sonya Jezebel Cote ...
Gallery Saleswoman (as Sonya Cote)
Al Maini ...
Parking Lot Guy
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Exiting Driver
Hardee T. Lineham ...
Intruding Driver (as Hardee Lineham)
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Police Officer
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Bike Courier (as Shawn Orr)
Odeen Eccleston ...
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Unsettled and miffed about his new domestic situation, George (Ken Finkleman) is in the doghouse after he insults Erica the nanny's work ethic (Ieva Lucs), then Claire's (Lauren Lee Smith) intelligence. Doug (Jason Weinberg) advises him to buy Claire a gift to apologize. So George pops into the hardware store to grab something. The hardware guy (Howard Pressburger) recommends flowers. They're a hit, but he misses the mark again when he suggests caging Bruno the Rottweiler. So off he heads for a better make-up gift before meeting with his broker. But before he can get down to business, Doug drags him to The Communal Mule coffee shop to admire the most beautiful woman in the world (Christine Tizzard). George is overwhelmed. He hits on her pretending he's doing a show about how unhappy beautiful women are only to discover her life is amazing. Afterwards, as the men look at expensive art, Doug convinces George that a face-to-face meeting with his broker can only mean bad news. George gets... Written by Shaftesbury Films

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17 April 2011 (Canada)  »

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