Good God (2012– )
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One Station Under God 

George agrees to run the Canadian outpost of an American right-wing television news network owned by the media baron father of his socialite girlfriend.

Director:

Ken Finkleman

Writers:

Ken Finkleman (creator), Ken Finkleman | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ken Finkleman Ken Finkleman ... George Findlay
Jason Weinberg ... Doug
Lolita Davidovich ... Virginia Hailwood
Samantha Bee ... Shandy Sommers
Steven McCarthy ... Allen
John Ralston ... Danny McClure
April Mullen ... Kathy Duncan
Jud Tylor ... Tory
Alex Poch-Goldin ... Bill Callum
Christopher Shyer ... Tony Cassano
Doug Murray ... Charlie Kuntz
Jonathan Watton ... Tim Hailwood
Stephanie Anne Mills Stephanie Anne Mills ... Christine Adams
Brendan Gall ... Elliot Mooch
Janet van de Graaf Janet van de Graaf ... Brenda Duke (as Janet Van de Graaff)
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Storyline

Once again, George Findlay (Ken Finkleman) finds himself at a crossroads in life. Ditched by his live-in girlfriend Claire (Lauren Lee Smith) for his defiant attitude toward change and compromise, George reconnects with Virginia Hailwood (Lolita Davidovich), a socialite and trustafarian he had a fling with 20 years earlier. A self-absorbed, wealthy narcissist with little interest in deep emotional connections, it seems George has finally met his match. Add to that her media baron father and it's a spectacular package. Despite George's initial hesitation to meet Virginia's dad, it proves to be a fortuitous introduction landing George a new job running Mike Hailwood's yet-to-launch Canadian outpost of an American right-wing TV network. Virginia is pleased for her beau, albeit not enough to celebrate, and instead dashes off to see a friend's play in London. Bewildered by his new situation, George meets Tory (Jud Tylor) in his condo elevator. An inappropriately chatty young blonde, she ... Written by Shaftesbury

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 April 2012 (Canada) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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