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Tequila - one of experience employees of police of Rome. He knows the city. He loves the city and never able to work nowhere, except Rome. But Tequila is a dog. And he does not decide in this life of main problems. Recently his owner was sent on an exchange by experience to New York. And it was sent Tequila from America of new owner : Nick Bonetti.
There's this American detective (Bonetti) who speaks English throughout the series.
Everyone else is Italian and has their dialogue dubbed in English. There's a supposed sidekick dog (Tequila) who doesn't do anything, apart from rolling over on his back and making supposedly 'funny' remarks.
One especially terrible episode features 'Bonetti' having to dress in drag so that he can infiltrate a gay/transvestite club to investigate some kind of crime. The ensuing drama/comedy is tortuous, to say the least.
A funny series, but for all the wrong reasons with dreadful, hackneyed story lines and acting.
Truly appalling, but as I said, strangely addictive.
A DVD release? Who on Earth would buy it?
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