(Season Two finale) Tim loses his job when the Chairman of Omnicorp flies in from the UK; Tim befriends a well known novelist, who inspires him to fulfill his dream of becoming a writer.
When Todd (Ben Rappaport) learns of Charlie's (Diedrich Bader) feelings for Tonya (Pippa Black), he encourages him to ask her out. Hoping to ease the awkwardness, Todd organizes a group dinner, which benefits him when his secret crush agrees to go too. Unfortunately for Charlie and Todd, a fifth wheel tags along making dinner uncomfortable for everyone.
When Todd (Ben Rappaport) hears a beautiful singing voice, he is shocked to discover who it belongs too. Eager to help make someone's dream come true, Todd offers pay for anyone interested in signing up for an upcoming talent contest. Despite Todd's good intentions, it seems Gupta (Parvesh Cheena) is the one with stars in his eyes.
When Todd (Ben Rappaport) learns that Tonya's (Pippa Black) mom is back in town for another visit, he is determined to go out of his way to make a better impression. However, Todd is put in a difficult position when he discovers a secret about Tonya's mom. Meanwhile, Madhuri (Anisha Nagarajan) begins reading the call center workers' palms and not everyone likes what she has to say. Diedrich Bader, Sacha Dhawan, Rebecca Hazlewood, Parvesh Cheena and Rizwan Manji also star.
Jonathan attempts to repair the relationship between a poet/limousine driver and his wife. Ray has a meeting with Kevin Bacon.
A smitten Russian parolee contracts Jonathan to track down a chanteuse known as 'the Lonely White Dove.' Meanwhile, George decides to get in touch with his feminine side as a way to drive sales of his sagging magazines.
Claire, after thirty years of marriage, is fed up with her husband Jack's philandering and decides to find him the perfect woman before she divorces him to pursue her own identity. Enlisting the aid of her daughter, her mother and a friend who runs a proffesional dating service, Claire discovers that her plan for Jack takes on an unexpected twist.
Jane turns up on Patrick's doorstep. Meanwhile the boys discuss screen nudity. When Jane opens Patrick's cupboard and is confronted by a wall of videos, she grabs him and slams him against the wall. Patrick has filmed all the women he's ever had sex with, including Susan. News spreads about the videos. But just who has the naked rights to Susan now that she's going out with Steve? Slightly anxious, Susan decides to confront Patrick, only to find he's watching a video and he's got company.
When a factory employee, Jim (GREGG DANIEL), is arrested because of a bar fight, George and Benny audition people to replace him in their carpool.
With Carmen maturing, George and Angie hesitantly teach their daughter about boys and sex. But when Carmen dates her classmate, her parents realize that more drastic measures are necessary.
When Carmen is accepted to a private school, George and Angie decide to take a bank loan for the tuition. They receive a bad credit report that reveals more history of George's father.
After George's estranged father gives him a huge loan to save the family from financial ruin, George vows to visit him in Phoenix.
Tim agrees to pose as a Hispanic VP at the request of his boss, and Debbie helps him out with his charade; Tim gets in hot water at the wedding of Amy's sister by befriending an unconventional priest, and compounds matters during the reception by helping Amy's grandmother relive past memories.
Tim offends the IT guy, who in turn implicates Tim in an affair with the boss' wife; Amy gives Tim a free pass after her own alcohol-induced indiscretion.
An outstanding accomplishment in late 70's British religious rock opera, this lavishly produced adaptation of Tim Wynde and Solomon Homerton's 'fringe stage sensation' celebrates the life affirming story of Christ's nativity as told through the eyes of the Innkeeper (played by Wynde). Wynde's 'sweeping score' and Solomon's 'lively lyrics' combine to make a 'startling'-ly fresh take on this universal story of love, faith and hotel management.
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