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Call Me Fitz is a Canadian, live action, single-camera dramedy about a morally corrupt used car salesman and his living, breathing conscience. For most of his life Richard Fitzpatrick (Jason Priestly), commonly known as Fitz, has led a consequence-free lifestyle. Sex, drugs, and less-than-legal doings have been part of his daily routine with very minimal hassle.

However, things change on a particularly bad day. After he crashes a test drive, causing his potential female customer to go into a coma, Fitz wakes up to find a new salesman on his lot named Larry (Ernie Grunwald). Not only is Larry a do-gooder, but he also says that he's Fitz's conscience. From that point on, Fitz has to determine if Larry is truly the living embodiment of his conscience. This is while Larry does things like purge Fitz of all his drugs and alcohol and tries to reconcile the relationship between him, his alcoholic mother Elaine (Joanna Cassidy), and his brother Ken (Peter MacNeill).

Fitz also has to deal with people who are stumbling blocks to his future success. His younger sister Meghan (Tracy Dawson) tries to rid herself of the family's crazy stigma by spending a good deal of time on the car lot to thwart Fitz's plans. Dot Foxley (Amy Sloan) looks to usurp Fitz role at the dealership and whip the place into shape. And then there are the Ruptals (Husein Madhavji and Shaun Shetty), the luxury car dealership owners across the street who want to take land Fitzpatrick Motors is on for their own.

Call Me Fitz was created by Sheri Elwood. The show premiered in September of 2010 on HBO Canada and has also aired on DirectTV in the United States. Three seasons have been filmed, with the last original episode airing in December of 2012. As of this writing, the status of a fourth season of the series is undetermined.

Friday 9:00 PM et/pt on The 101
4 Seasons, 51 Episodes
April 21, 2011
Comedy
7.2/10
Cast: Jason Priestley, Peter MacNeill, Donavon Stinson, Ernie Grunwald
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Call Me Fitz Full Episode Guide

  • When Larry finds evidence of a lost family fortune, it gives him the leverage he needs to persuade the rest of the Fitzpatrick clan to save Fitz from the clutches of Pat Childs' evil O-Mo empire. Now all they have to do is find where the money is hidden. Meanwhile, thanks to the ghost of Christmas future, Fitz has been driven to drink again. Once reunited, the Fitzpatricks must expose Pat Childs for the fraud he is if they hope to learn the true meaning of Fitzmas -- cold hard cash.

  • When Fitz decides to give up drinking, he's visited by three different ghosts who are determined to show him why he shouldn't.

  • Fitz considers adopting a new lifestyle after he unsuccessfully attempts to get fired from his new job at the O-mo dealership.

  • Grand theft auto gives Fitz a little trip down memory lane as he confronts childhood memories while Ken searches for a lost love.

  • A major family secret is exposed when Fitz teams up with cousin Paula to stop Ken and Elaine from getting remarried.

  • It's a rainy night at the Fitzpatrick house, and Larry takes the opportunity to use large amounts of alcohol to con the family into playing his favorite game: 'Truth: the board game'. Truth is true to its name, and even Larry ends up discovering far more about the Fitzpatricks than he ever wanted to know. When they wake up the next morning to find a freshly dug grave in the backyard and a missing Elaine, the family must band together in order to re-discover those truths and figure out what happened the night before.

  • After primo used stock disappears, Fitz and Ken set out to frame their new enemy Pat Childs before he moves in on their business.

  • Fitz and Larry get taken during their search for Fitz' missing baby and the profits from the brothel scam.

  • The Fitzpatricks plot to use a baby play group as a scheme for a brothel that caters to lonely moms.

  • In the fourth season premiere, Fitz is desperate to unload his baby on anyone.

  • Ali goes into labor and Fitz attempts to regain control of the dealership before the little guy is born because he doesn't want his son to think he is a loser.

  • In an attempt to repair the relationship between Fitz and Ken, Larry gets Fitz thrown in jail. Fitz realizes that in order to survive, he will need breakfast cereal.

  • When Mayor Fitz institutes Blowjob Tuesdays and daycare sweatshops, Larry realizes that the Summerwind isn't Fitz's true dream.

  • When Fitz discovers the City Councilman has little power, he decides that it will be good to find a way to repeal the by-law so that Summerwind will be open once again.

  • Ken and Elaine's church scam moves forward and Fitz hopes to join in. When they turn him down, he decides to start his own religion.

  • Fitz starts to gain popularity and plans to secure his position by playing the "sympathy" card.

  • Fitz's "Last Honest Man" campaign is threatened by Barry, a surly twenty-something who claims he's Fitz's illegitimate son.

  • Fitz's "Sex For Votes" tactic doesn't go as planned when the Ladies Auxiliary president is found dead. Larry's approach proves to be anything but successful.

  • Fitz tries to show he is a friend of "ethnics."

  • When Fitz starts to lose money and sponsors for his campaign, he goes the Country Club to attempt to work some magic on the old money establishment for donations.

  • When the identity of Fitz is deleted "accidentally" from Public Records, he decides to head to Miami with Larry to get his long-form birth certificate so that he can run for City Council.

  • When Summerwind closes following a demolition order, Fitz discovers a Titmouse, an endangered bird, is what is stopping the club from being open.

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