Call Me Fitz

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  • TV-MA
  • 2011
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.1  (1,660)

Call Me Fitz is a Canadian television show that first aired on The 101 channel in 2010. The show is a dark comedy series about a morally challenged car salesman named Richard "Fitz" Fitzpatrick (played by Jason Priestley). The show’s plot revolves around Fitz’s life, who is a car salesman at a used car dealership in small-town Canada.

The first season of the show establishes Fitz's persona as a self-destructive salesman, a womanizer, and an alcoholic. Despite his personal issues, Fitz can charm his way in and out of any situation with his honeyed words and false promises. Fitz lives life on the edge, constantly getting into trouble, and always finding unique ways to get out of it.

The show explores themes of morality and redemption, as Fitz struggles to come to terms with his past and strives to make amends for his misdeeds; his erratic behavior and habits are something that he keeps hidden from his friends, family, and clients. His addiction to sex, drugs, and alcohol is always on the verge of being exposed to the world.

Fitz's life changes when he is visited by a woman claiming to be his conscience (played by Tracy Dawson). This woman is his "moral compass," and she appears at different times to guide him in the right direction or to chastise him for his behavior. Although Fitz is skeptical of her at first, he soon realizes that she is genuine and that she has been sent to help him get his life back on track.

Over the course of the series, Fitz experiences a roller coaster ride of highs and lows, with his moral compass guiding him towards his ultimate goal of redemption. The show's characters include a wide cast, including Fitz’s loyal assistant, Josh (played by Husein Madhavji), his manipulative mistress, Ali (played by Brooke Nevin), his estranged father, Larry (played by Peter MacNeill), and his competitive sister, Debbie (played by Kathleen Munroe).

Throughout the series, the characters grapple with their individual issues and how they intertwine with Fitz's personal problems. They form a tight bond, even while dealing with Fitz's issues that are frictional enough to tear them apart.

Each episode of the show provides a unique perspective and provides a new challenge for Fitz and his family as they try to negotiate their way through their lives. Relationships are constantly tested, and each character has a significant role to play in Fitz's unfolding journey of becoming a better person.

The music of the show is also a highlight, featuring songs from classic 80s and 90s rock bands, including Cheap Trick, U2, Oingo Boingo, and more. The soundtrack adds an extra layer of fun and depth to the show, making it engaging and enjoyable for viewers.

Overall, Call Me Fitz is a character-driven show with complex, relatable characters, and an engaging storyline. The show is successful in turning a morally corrupt protagonist into a likable, even lovable character, making viewers root for his redemption. With its dark humor, excellent cast, and a pedal-to-the-metal plot, Call Me Fitz is a must-watch for fans of black comedies or fans of Jason Priestley.

Call Me Fitz is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (51 episodes). The series first aired on April 21, 2011.

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A Very Special Fitzmas - Part II
10. A Very Special Fitzmas - Part II
December 18, 2013
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.
A Very Special Fitzmas - Part 1
9. A Very Special Fitzmas - Part 1
December 4, 2013
When Fitz decides to give up drinking, he's visited by three different ghosts who are determined to show him why he shouldn't.
Brotherly Love
8. Brotherly Love
November 27, 2013
Fitz considers adopting a new lifestyle after he unsuccessfully attempts to get fired from his new job at the O-mo dealership.
The Hard Wiener of Truth
7. The Hard Wiener of Truth
November 20, 2013
Grand theft auto gives Fitz a little trip down memory lane as he confronts childhood memories while Ken searches for a lost love.
6. O-Rigins
November 13, 2013
A major family secret is exposed when Fitz teams up with cousin Paula to stop Ken and Elaine from getting remarried.
It's All Fun and Games Until Someone Loses a Fitz
5. It's All Fun and Games Until Someone Loses a Fitz
November 6, 2013
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.
Pulling a Polanski
4. Pulling a Polanski
October 30, 2013
After primo used stock disappears, Fitz and Ken set out to frame their new enemy Pat Childs before he moves in on their business.
Raising What's-His-Name
3. Raising What's-His-Name
October 23, 2013
Fitz and Larry get taken during their search for Fitz' missing baby and the profits from the brothel scam.
Baby's First Brothel
2. Baby's First Brothel
October 16, 2013
The Fitzpatricks plot to use a baby play group as a scheme for a brothel that caters to lonely moms.
Alice Doesn't Live Here, Anymore
1. Alice Doesn't Live Here, Anymore
October 9, 2013
In the fourth season premiere, Fitz is desperate to unload his baby on anyone.
Where to Watch Call Me Fitz
Call Me Fitz is available for streaming on the The 101 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Call Me Fitz on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    April 21, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (1,660)