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The Fruit Stand

The staff of a small computer repair shop-fixing computers while trying to maintain their own sanity

Toronto, ON
6.32 (162)

Week #1 Show Teaser The Fruit Stand

"The Fruit Stand" is a half hour comedy about the staff of a small computer repair shop. They try to deal with difficult customers while also trying to maintain their own sanity.

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The Fruit Stand is a computer repair shop where the staff have to deal with insane people and their ridiculous computer problems . Broken screens, phones dropped in toilets, laptops filled with ants, counterfeit "PineApple" computers, the staff deals with all kinds of ridiculous customer problems while desperately trying to maintain their faith in humanity.


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Matt O'Brien

Showrunner, Writer

Matt O’Brien is a Comedian who has been featured on MTV, CTV, Fuse TV, MuchMusic, Just for Laughs, JFL42, and The Comedy Network.
Winner of the Best Standup award at the LA Comedy Festival, Sirius XM Radio’s Next Top Comic, and Best Stand Up at the LA Comedy Festival.

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Dave Dunville

Director of Photography, Editor

camera, editing, sound, lights, everything behind the scenes.

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Graham Kay

Talent, Writer

-Writer on CTV's (sorry!!) "Spun Out".
-Writer and actor on the popular web series "Rise of the Radio" starring JB Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Colin Quinn (SNL).
-Winner of the 2013 Just For Laugh's Comedy Festival's Home Grown Competition.
-Nominated for Best Male Stand Up in Canada at the Canadian Comedy Awards in 2014.
-Guest on HLN's Dr. Drew Show

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Ratings (162)

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Reviews (23)

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    Madi H.
    posted 10 years ago

    nice work
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    carly t.
    posted 10 years ago

    don't think this is a strong enough idea for a sitcom.
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    Dianne V.
    posted 10 years ago

    Never thought the show title Fruit Stand would be about computer repairs? Where did that come from? and how are you going to make it funny and entertaining as a show?
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    ashley m.
    posted 10 years ago

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    Alain M.
    posted 10 years ago

    I know its neither here nor there, but I'd love a cameo as a guy with a 486 he can't part with.
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    miles R.
    posted 10 years ago

    well i like it, but that could just be becasue im a big computer nerd
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    Caitlin L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Can't wait to see more!
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    Jody P.
    posted 10 years ago

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    Reginald F.
    posted 10 years ago

    Co-starring Nyan Cat???
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    Yvonne C.
    posted 10 years ago

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    justine c.
    posted 10 years ago

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    shelley q.
    posted 10 years ago

    Interesting idea
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    Jayshree P.
    posted 10 years ago

    Looking great!
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    Kevin S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Where is the humor in this. It got boring because the only change was dialogue. Not for me. Sorry.
  • Sharon's Photo

    Sharon A.
    posted 10 years ago

    Like this idea.
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    Matt g.
    posted 10 years ago

    Really excited for this. Love the idea!
  • Ashley's Photo

    Ashley M.
    posted 10 years ago

    So dope!
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    Jules M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Make a Canadian IT Crowd with this guy please.
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    Brian T.
    posted 10 years ago

    I didn't really find this amusing; and I really enjoyed the comedy of 'The IT Crowd' but I just found this to be condescending and necessarily cruel. I think it was too fast paced to support even a 22-minute vehicle, and I think the crowd that it's aiming for wouldn't really enjoy the characters you're presenting. They may feel those things and would relish saying them, but I don't think they would enjoy watching all of it.

    It's a good try, but I don't really feel attached to the characters or would care to know their opinion. It may be hard to express or display products if negative tones like this are common towards the major equipment retailers. I'm just left puzzled, but I respect the effort.
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    Diana L.
    posted 10 years ago

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    Matt C.
    posted 10 years ago

    Voting for the pedigree and the potential! Good job nerds
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    Josh S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Luv ur freaking face!! The Two Sues have always thought you were a 10!!! #SUEit!
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    Peter C.
    posted 10 years ago

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