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The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret poster
Air weekdate: Friday
Genre: Comedy
Channel: IFC
Status: Ended
7.6 (23 votes)
David Cross David Cross as Todd Margaret
Blake Harrison Blake Harrison as Dave
Jack McBrayer Jack McBrayer as Doug Whitney
Justin Edwards Justin Edwards as Peter Dervish
Russ Tamblyn Russ Tamblyn as Chuck Margaret
Sara Pascoe Sara Pascoe as Pam
Sharon Horgan Sharon Horgan as Alice
Spike Jonze Spike Jonze as Doug Whitney
Will Arnett Will Arnett as Brent Wilts

Comedy about an inept American placed in charge of sales at his company's London branch. He has no experience with British culture, knows nothing about sales, and has only one employee, Dave. Each episode begins with a scene of Margaret appearing in dire circumstances — in season one, he is a defendant in a British court, with a long list of charges against him being read; in season two, he is in what appears to be a North Korean nuclear missile base, being forced to press a launch button — then flashes back to portray the events leading to his sad fate.

American Todd Margaret by chance going to the London branch of the company where he works. He has to sell a few thousand Korean energy drinks before his boss comes to verification. The problem is that Todd knows nothing about British culture and about trade.

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