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How to Be a Gentleman 

An uptight writer of a weekly etiquette column is forced to hire a sloppy, rude and crude life coach to jump start his articles. As time goes on, both learn valuable lessons from each other.

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David Hornsby
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2012   2011  

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Series cast summary:
David Hornsby ...  Andrew Carlson 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Kevin Dillon ...  Bert Lansing 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Dave Foley ...  Jerry 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Mary Lynn Rajskub ...  Janet 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Rhys Darby ...  Mike 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Nancy Lenehan ...  Diane 9 episodes, 2011-2012
Erinn Hayes ...  Lauren 2 episodes, 2011-2012
Scott MacArthur ...  Tom 2 episodes, 2011-2012
Fiona Gubelmann ...  Amy 2 episodes, 2012
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An uptight writer of a weekly etiquette column is forced to hire a sloppy, rude and crude life coach to jump start his articles. As time goes on, both learn valuable lessons from each other.

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Prude Meets Dude.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Como Ser Um Cavalheiro See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Kevin Dillon is the younger brother of actor Matt Dillon. See more »

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A sitcom.
25 June 2012 | by jonathan-affiniSee all my reviews

How to be a gentleman is a sitcom, actually just that, it has little or nothing more to it than what it is, and the fact is that this is what makes it good, it has all the clichés that a hardcore sitcom watcher knows and loves, it's quirky, mild mannered, and in no way remarkable or overly interesting just like the main character, and it has the same noncontinuous, non serious, and uncommitted writing that any casual watcher wants.

It's not spectacular, revolutionary or polemic like some other current series, but it simply does the job without making much effort to it, and for that you have to give a tip of your hat, just like a proper gentleman.


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