One is the quarterback and mute. The other comes up with poor comic excuses for his bad play, and then oppresses his partner.
In 1919, Major Brendan Archer arrives in Ireland to reunite with his fiancée, Angela Spencer. Unfortunately, the family home, The Majestic Hotel, is a decaying shadow of its former self, as is Angela. Puzzled by the changes, Archer's attentions are soon drawn to her lively friend, Sarah Devlin, a passionate Irish Nationalist. They fall in love, but the Major soon discovers some disturbing aspects about their relationship, which threatens to explode into violence, destruction, and murder.
Inbound Troubles, is a Hong Kong television comedy-drama serial produced by TVB under executive producer Wong Wai-sing. The serial, which touches on the growing cultural differences between Hong Kong and mainland China, premiered on Monday, 14 January 2013 on Jade and HD Jade, and ran for 20 episodes. Filming took place in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Dongguan, and Qingyuan from June to September 2012. The first trailer debuted at TVB's Sales Presentation 2013 event on November 8, 2012. Currently with the highest-rated Hong Kong serial debut in 2013, the first episode of Inbound Troubles attracted over 2.12 million viewers. Praised for its "realistic portrayal" of Hong Kong's current social issues, the serial has received favourable reviews.
The Troubleshooters is an American 26-segment half-hour adventure series starring Keenan Wynn as Kodiak and Bob Mathias as Frank Dugan. The show aired on NBC Television from September 11, 1959, to April 10, 1960. Based on events at international construction sites, the program was directed by Robert Altman early in his career. It was the first TV series offered by United Artists. It starred Chet Allen as Slats, Roland "Bob" Harris as Jim, Bob Fortier as Scotty, and stunt actor Carey Loftin as Skinner. Forrest Compton also appeared in two episodes as Davis.
Troubleshooter was a British reality television series, produced and shown by the BBC, focusing on experienced business leaders visiting and advising small and often struggling UK businesses. Launched in 1990 with Sir John Harvey-Jones MBE ex of ICI, the series ran successfully for five series. After the series won a BAFTA, Harvey-Jones decided that he didn't want to become a television personality, after one newspaper called him the "most famous industrialist since Isambard Kingdom Brunel." The greatest achievement of the Troubleshooter programmes was to make business management a popular discussion subject in the homes of millions of British people, and to provide a role model for people wanting to enter business. The series was revived a decade later in 2004 under the stewardship of Gerry Robinson, under the title I'll Show Them Who's Boss!'
The Troubleshooters is a British television series made by the BBC between 1965 and 1972, created by John Elliot. During its run, the series made the transition from black and white to colour transmissions. The series was based around an international oil company – the "Mogul" of the title. The first series was mostly concerned with the internal politics within the Mogul organisation, with episodes revolving around industrial espionage, internal fraud and negligence almost leading to an accident on a North Sea oil rig.
Belalı Baldız was the Turkish remake of the American sitcom Hope & Faith. It was released in 2005 and aired on ATV Turkey. The show would also air in the Netherlands on RTL 5, with Dutch voice-overs. The stars of the sitcom were Berna Laçin, Nurgül Yeşilçay and Kenan Işık. Sedef Şahin, Cemre Özer and Raffaelle Çedolini played the roles of the children in the family.
Jerry the Tyke also known as Jerry the Troublesome Tyke is a cartoon dog created during the silent film era. Created by Cardiff-based animator Sid Griffiths, and shown throughout British cinemas as part of Pathé Pictorial's screen news-magazines, Jerry the Tyke was the first animated series to be made in Wales.