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A satire of film and television production, the series revolves around Pyramid Productions, a nest of incompetence, greed and backstabbing. The staff of Pyramid try to manage the complications provided by the casts and crews of their film and television productions. The company's cash cows are two series, The Sword of Damacles, a parody of mythological adventure series such as Xena: Warrior Princess and Hercules: The Legendary Journeys; and Beaver Creek, a parody of Canadian period dramas such as Anne of Green Gables and Road to Avonlea.
Alan brings in a creative team known as The Two Daves to write two new TV series; when they arrive, however, they're one Dave short. Victor tries to join Veronica's gym; when it turns out to be female-only, he and Alan file a lawsuit for membership.
A cute new intern begins to work in the office.
In an attempt to keep the reality show Roomies on the air, Alan makes sweeping changes, including firing the actual roomies in favor of Veronica, Victor, and Alan himself.
Wanda suggests Veronica get child care books to help her deal with the babyish actors on Beaver Creek, which sparks the rumour that Veronica is pregnant. Alan tries to force Veronica to quit, so he doesn't have to pay her maternity leave.
Alan hears of a great team building retreat through Moses Znaimer. Without knowing anything about it Alan signs up the office staff to attend.
A television critic tells Richard that the reason she hates Alan so much is that they slept together ten years ago and he never called her back. When Alan confronts the critic, it turns out that Victor was the person that jilted her.
Alan has seen a commercial in Japan starring Blind Jimmy. Worried that their funding will be cut if the network discovers the ads, Alan decides to force the entire cast to secretly make commercials in Japan.
Pyramid's CFO dies and Richard helps to replace him with his old stock broker from Ohm Dot Com.
Alan tries new management techniques; Wanda is audited.
After spending years in a mental care facility, Alan's brother Frank arrives at Pyramid.
Alan decides to cash in on Damacles' popularity in Germany and asks Michael Rushton to write a book on the philosophy of Damacles. When, after weeks of work, all he has is a title, Alan forces Veronica and Richard to write the book.
Richard and Victor learn that Veronica's friend is actually a gold-digger and has her sights on Alan.
Alan feels snubbed that he wasn't asked to speak at the Toronto Film Institute.
An American network executive who contracted Prodigy to produce a television film about the War of 1812 wants changes to make the film more appealing to American audiences, including changing the British Redcoats to teal and rewriting the ending so that the Americans win.
Richard must rework an episode of Damacles he is directing after an accident gets it barred from the original location.
Alan decides the Beaver Creek wrap party is too expensive and has it relocated to the office.
Dan Lett(Victor Sela)
Peter Keleghan(Alan Roy)
Leah Pinsent(Veronica Miller)
Rick Mercer(Richard Strong)
Jackie Torrens(Wanda Mattice)
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