I Pity The Fool

Mr T is back with his own show “I Pity The Fool” where he’s on a mission to change people’s lives with his advice.

The show will air on Nickelodeon channel in the US on October 11 then will be available on TVLand.com, Yahoo! and iTunes.

Screening on PRIME in 2007.

Mr. T’s missions — include:

October 11:

Mr. T takes on a group of fast-talking salesmen at a car dealership in New York City. However, the problems start at the top with an owner that is a micromanager who refuses to delegate to his son-in-law who he has appointed manager of the dealership. But family feuds aren’t the only knock in the engine, as Mr. T also goes head-to-head with a slippery car salesman while teaching everyone at the dealership a lesson about MO-T-VATION.

October 18:

In this episode, Mr. T visits the Abato family. Frank Abato loves his job at a sewage treatment plant almost as much as his beloved easy chair. In fact, when he comes home, he sits down in his chair and refuses to budge. His wife and children are sick of Frank’s lazy ways and his stinky clothes. They want to get him on his feet and back into their lives. Mr. T’s mission: to bring this family some UNI-T!

October 25:

Tough love and straight talk are in order as Mr. T is called in to motivate the staff of Metrostar Realty. The problem is that this team of agents and brokers just can’t seem to work together — bickering and catfighting consume a good chunk of the workday. And the owner’s laissez- faire management style only makes matters worse! Mr. T’s mission: to teach this office a lesson about LEADERSHIP.

November 1:

Mr. T brings tough talk and tenderness to the parents and children at East Coast Dance School. Leann is a great dance teacher, but she’s also a control freak with a serious temper. And the stage moms? They drive Leann crazy with their incessant nagging and bickering. Mr. T will need to resolve this conflict, or else the big dance recital will be a flop! His mission: to bring these ladies some TRUST.

November 8:

A family farm is Mr. T’s destination in this episode of I Pity The Fool. Mr. T saddles up to train wild horses with Ron and Sue Layden, but breaking horses is a lot easier than controlling their four teenage sons. The boys refuse to do chores, they talk back to their parents, and roll around in the mud with their pigs! Mr. T needs to teach the Layden boys a thing or two about RESPECT.

November 15

This episode takes Mr. T out of the frying pan and into the fire, as he tries to fix the problems at La Spezia Restaurant. Chef Ed is a great cook, but he has a terrible temper … he even yells at his customers! Mike, the owner, tries to help but he just ends up making things worse. Meanwhile, the dining room is empty. Mr. T’s mission: save La Spezia by teaching Ed and Mike about COMMUNICATION.