From Michael Simpson of Cinemaspy.com:
- Call Me Fitz has Crudity, Class and Something Curiously Canadian
There is a quirkiness about Canadian sitcoms that makes them different from their US cousins in a way that is hard to pin down. That kind of quirkiness abounds in Call Me Fitz, an adult comedy on HBO Canada and recently released on DVD by eOne about a used car salesman who finds himself partnered with his conscience made-flesh after a car accident. Read more.
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