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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.
Executive Brian Switzer finds himself in demand after leaving public television.
Alan attempts to make Ann-Marie MacDonald part of the Pyramid family.
Alan becomes obsessed with starting a new specialty channel. When it turns out to be too expensive, he buys an existing one by assuming its massive debt. The channel has zero viewers, and only shows one movie, over and over again.
Diane Parkman returns from Los Angeles to work on a new miniseries based on a famous book.
Veronica tries to produce a documentary on women in hockey.
Richard hires a receptionist's teenage son.
Beaver Creek's new Christmas episode is rescheduled to February, forcing a quick rewrite to make it about Valentines Day.
The Pyramid staff succumbs to a flu epidemic; the company is nominated for a prestigious Swedish award.
Victor has his eye on a new studio despite structural damage.
Victor runs into a number of problems while producing a dating show for Pyramid, including a difficult show runner.
Victor is appointed to the Leaf of Fame awards committee.
Richard is tasked with giving the show Dock Cops a face-lift.
The Pyramid staff begin to realize that Beaver Creek has jumped the shark, and reminisce about how their own lives have done the same.
The network decides to cancel Beaver Creek, and the company has to scramble to save its cash cow.
Alan finds out about a new television sitcom called Producer's Cut which parodies the Canadian film and television production industry, and believes it's based on him.
Alan sells Pyramid to a dairy farmer, who fires everybody except Wanda and Victor. Richard and Veronica start their own firm and get rich off a terrible show. Victor decides to retire, and Wanda becomes CEO of Pyramid.
Dan Lett(Victor Sela)
Peter Keleghan(Alan Roy)
Leah Pinsent(Veronica Miller)
Rick Mercer(Richard Strong)
Jackie Torrens(Wanda Mattice)
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