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Jelle De Beule

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A bank heist told from two perspectives: the officers and negotiators outside and the robbers and hostages inside. Each episode reveals mind-blowing twists that will keep viewers guessing until the end. Originally aired in Belgium as De Dag.
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Three gigolos set up shop together as the Callboys. They form the go-to escort collective for women in search of courteous, handsome and clean company. What the Callboys lack in wit, they make up for in testosterone, making things harder rather than easir. They ignorantly start to fancy themselves as businessmen and, once they decide to start selling their own personalized dildos, their fate is sealed and their downfall will be swift... and hilarious.
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A bank robbery shocks a small Flemish town. The hostage takers barricade themselves inside a bank, where they keep a number of people hostage. The police arrive on the premises and try to contain the situation.
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Elias and Tommy had no other choice but to hide inside Rolf’s house, which is being surrounded by the police. They try to keep their cool, but lies and unexpected disoveries drive things to boiling point.
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The denouement is near. Police and robbers are confronted head-on and the situation deteriorates into another hostage-taking. Nerves are taut and the situation is explosive.
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An all-out effort is made to find Noor. Meanwhile, Elias and his henchmen devise a plan for divvying up the money. But the outcome is not positive for all.
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Noor has gone missing. A search party is sent out for her. Ibrahim and his colleagues have started interviewing the released hostages. Ibrahim is convinced one of them is lying.
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The police are closing in on the robbers, who are growing increasingly nervous. They try to do a runner, but Walter and Noor fight back. Serge faces a major confrontation.
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The police secretly penetrate the bank in an effort to free the hostages. As it turns out, the robbers have already gone, taking some hostages with them. Vos and her colleagues try to keep in contact with the hostage takers.
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One of the hostages clearly knows more about the situation, but the hostages seem to put their trust in one another. The robbers get a surprise visit, and Susan faces a thorny dilemma.
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Vos is forced off the case against her will but the affair keeps nagging at her. She is convinced something’s not quite right. She makes a startling discovery that throws a new light on things.
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The robbers press the hostages to get as much money as possible to a safe place, but not every hostage is willing to help. When the police take drastic action, it looks like things might get out of hand.
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A shooting incident threatens to escalate the situation. Ivo wants to know what exactly is going on inside the bank. Ibrahim has a hard time negotiating and Vos cannot stop thinking about her sick father.
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Dawn in a small Flemish town. Two robbers make their way to a bank branch, where they take staff members, one customer and two children hostage. The police arrive and nerve-racking negotiations start.
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After Devon feels betrayed, he leaves The Callboys for Fuckarmy. Since he was Jay's designated hairdresser, Jay sinks into a bad-haired depression. Wes tries but fails to sell dildos. Randy is at a loss. The Callboys have officially hit rock bottom. Back at Fuckarmy, Devon is living the high life. But the longer he stays there, the more obvious it becomes that he is just a pawn in Kjetl Benson's hands.
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Back at the office, another problem caused by Wes awaits The Callboys: Mike from Fly Eye has seen his puppy tragically get run over, only to later be ridiculed by Wesley. The debt-ridden shopkeeper blows a fuse, gears up with paintball guns, and drives off to besiege the Callboys' office and get back what is rightfully his. Once the bullets start flying around the room, it is every Callboy for himself.
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Two weeks have passed with not one dildo sold. Meanwhile, bookkeeper Anthony starts getting angry calls from a shop called Fly Eye: struggling shopkeeper Mike wants compensation for a drone Jay has damaged during filming of a video; Anthony decides that it's time to see Fuckarmy, and forces Wes to tag along. CEO Kjetl Benson, bored, coked up and still annoyed with Wes, welcomes the Callboys and promptly starts setting them up against each other.
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Now that Wes has quit his horizontal livelihood, Fonda keeps her promise and has dinner with her suitor. It doesn't take her long to figure out that Wes is not only very immature, but also has no sales plan for how to move all of the product (in this case, dildos) that will arrive in two weeks. She advises him to sell them through Fuckarmy, but Wes refuses due to his personal dislike for Kjetl Benson. As he realizes that Fonda is not romantically interested in him, he sinks into a depression.
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In order to prove himself to Fonda, Wesley tries quitting The Call Boys escort service in one day. He writes up a plan of action, detailing every step necessary to make the transition as smooth as possible. However, in a perfect example of bad judgement, Wes assumes it's a good idea to inform the other boys of his plans while they have their monthly colonic.
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In times of economic depression and failing start-ups, business is booming for Rhe Callboys. As gigolos in the prime of their youth, Devon, Jay and Wesley are highly in demand -- even their secretary, Randy, is solicited by a client - if only for a night of phone sex.Meanwhile, Jay learns about a direct competitor named Miguel: a sleazebag who took a client's money without having to perform. After Jay leaves Miguel a nasty voicemail, Miguel comes down to the office to set the record straight.
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