From Warren Clements of the Globe and Mail:
- A used-car salesman and his conscience do comic battle
Pity the average used-car dealer. He tries to make a decent living selling previously owned cars and is painted in popular allusion after popular allusion as an underhanded, untrustworthy, conscience-free crook. Now along comes the dark Canadian sitcom Call Me Fitz, in which the anti-hero, a used-car dealer, is an underhanded, untrustworthy crook. The difference is that Richard Fitzpatrick (Jason Priestley, once of Beverly Hills, 90210) has a conscience. Sort of. Despite his best efforts. Read more.
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