From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- Putting on the Fitz
“I love Richard Fitzpatrick,” says Jason Priestley, the man who plays him on the dark Canadian comedy Call Me Fitz. “He’s a tragic character,” he explains, one whose terrible childhood is to blame for the man he has become. “He’s really tragically flawed. Poor Fitz, man, he never stood a chance.” Read more.
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