Made in Canada

Season 2 Episode 1

Merger

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Aired Unknown Oct 04, 1999 on CBC
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Richard is miserable as the new production head for Prodigy's Captain Magee show after being fired from Pyramid for having sex with Siobahan on the boardroom desk. Alan is at a health spa having recently undergone minor surgery and now he's announced to the executives at Pyramid he's selling the company to Dennis Weston of Prodigy. Alan plans to retire and return to what he calls his first love, producing films, but Veronica is able to talk him out of it. Her and Richard are able to get the merger to reversed and Alan ends up buying Prodigy instead of the other way around. She then gives Richard his old job back.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Bruce Gray

    Bruce Gray

    Dennis Weston

    Guest Star

    Boyd Banks

    Boyd Banks

    Stanley

    Guest Star

    Michael LeBlanc

    Michael LeBlanc

     

    Guest Star

    Ron James

    Ron James

    Raymond/Raymond Drodge

    Recurring Role

    Emily Hampshire

    Emily Hampshire

    Siobahan Roy

    Recurring Role

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      • Siobahan is crying on Richard's shoulder.
        Siobahan: The doctor said he had three months to live.
        Richard: Oh that could mean anything.

      • Richard's Opening Monologue
        Richard: In show business there is no job security. One minute you can have it all. Big money, big job, lots of power. You're in the boardroom on the table having sex with the boss' daughter. Then you make, one little mistake, then one big mistake; by her father. And when that happens does anyone say, but hey, he's a really nice guy, or hey he's really good at his job. No you end up across the street and a lot further down the ladder. They say the worst job in show business is working with children and animals. That's not true. The worst job? Working with puppets.

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