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The Unemployment of Danny London 

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When Danny London, a star PR guy, finds himself without a job due to layoffs, he struggles to adapt to his new life and those around him that just don't understand.

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Danny Lippin ...
 Danny London / ... 13 episodes, 2010-2014
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 Alile London / ... 10 episodes, 2010-2014
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When Danny London, a star PR guy, finds himself without a job due to layoffs, he struggles to adapt to his new life and those around him that just don't understand.

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A lighthearted look at the trials and tribulations of one man's unemployment.

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The release party is scheduled for January 6, 2011 around the time of the 6th, and season break, episode. When asked why they had not scheduled the party around the premiere, Director/Producer/Creator Doug Cwiak replied that they were busy filming, adding "And besides, that's what everyone else does. Why do the same old thing." See more »

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Danny's tie changes from the meeting scene to the scene where he exits. Hence, Elmer's line "Nice tie." See more »

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Larry: Well written. By me. Well produced. Moi. Just perfect.
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The Unemployment of Danny London Theme Song
Composed & Performed by Lenny Solomon
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Great Show!
18 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is an excellent, well written, intelligent, funny show. I highly recommend it. The show deals with real life problems and a light hearted and thought provoking way. It hits home for all of us - what happens when we or someone we know becomes unemployed. It's impact on the individual and the family. The acting and writing are great and the direction is even better. So happy there aren't unnecessary characters thrown in. I wish more shows were on this level. It's refreshing to not be talked down to. Can't wait for more episodes!

To whoever is giving it low ratings - whatever your reasoning is you're acting very childish. On the other hand you are boosting the views like mad, so if you must keep it up!


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