Created by Richard Yancey
Tennessee gumshoe TEDDY RUZAK, the "highly effective detective," is anything but.
He's one of those affable screw-up P.I.s that pop up every now and then, out to fulfill their life-long dream of becoming a private eye. He's, of course, blissfully inept and -- depending on your tolerance for this sort of thing -- utterly annoying or completely amusing. You decide.
He's a bumbler and a stumbler who can't even seem to pass his licensing exam, and his deductive reasoning is pretty much a hit-or-miss thing. Yet, inexplicably, justice and Teddy always prevail.
This one seems like a shoe-in for the USA Network.
Respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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