Watch Call Me Fitz
- 4 Seasons
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.