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Season 15 - Episode guide

Episode 15-21/22: Friday, April 4, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Sister Bessie
    Our parliamentary correspondent doles out her Bessie awards to politicians not entirely embarrassing themselves.
  • Obama & Clinton
    The countdown to the Pennsylvanian Primary is a real tug-of-war between Hillary and Barack.
  • Rink Widow II
    Rob continues to freeze out his neighbours in his quest for the perfect backyard rink.
  • Professor ick - Water
    Jay Ingram interviews Professor Ick about the hazards hidden in our water.
  • TSN Promo
    TSN highlights the latest sport capturing the Canadian imagination.
  • Roll Up The Rim
    A coffee shop’s contest suffers a small glitc- Hey, I won!
  • Facebook
    An executive is confronted by her colleagues about her online addiction.
  • Ahmadinejad Speaks
    Iran’s president discusses his favourite non-national holiday.
  • Indiana Jenkins
    The inimitable Jenkins tries to throw a wrench into a sequel, fix a photocopier and get the girl.
  • Rent-A-Luba
    Luba reflects on the future after Air Farce. Reflections: $50 plus cab fare.
  • Food Labelling
    Lisa LaFlamme interviews a food distributor on the “product of Canada” regulations.
  • IOC Announcement
    The Olympic chair clarifies China’s position on Tibet- firmly on top of the Dalai Lama.
  • On The Way Home
    A couple has different memories of the evening’s party. It’s Rashomon in a cab!
  • Ad Absurdum
    Luba aims her commentary arrow at the latest ads we love to hate. Ads: Mama Michelina, Cheer Ultra Bright lady, Labatt’s, Pepto-Bismol, Alexander Keith, Rogers cellphone.
  • Flesh Pockets
    A surgeon promotes an operation that’s both plastic and practical.
  • Powerwise Suzuki
    An environmental new public service announcement highlights the hazard of pesky scientists.
  • Extreme GPS
    The latest version of GPS really tells you where to go.
  • Chicken Cannon
    Colonel Stacy and his loyal troops take aim at the year’s newsmakers and nuisances. Topics: Trivial Pursuit sold to Hasbro, Democratic candidates’ genealogy, Raul Castro permitting electronic goods in Cuba, prejudiced videotape from Sask. MP, new medical website, pay day loan industry. Targets: Foreign Affairs/Mexican President re Brenda Martin, Harper re Earth Hour, Jim Flaherty, Heather Mills, Patrick & Jonathan Roy.

Episode 15-20: Friday, March 28, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Craig opens the show and welcomes the audience.
    Topic: Earth Hour
  • Dion & Rae
    Stéphane Dion welcomes Bob Rae into the Federal Liberals with open arms, but should watch his back.
  • Earth Hour
    A New Ager tries to enlighten those still in the dark over Earth hour.
  • Sarah McLachlan PSA
    The songstress lends a shoulder to cry on in her new public service announcement.
  • Parliamentary Trash
    Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day gets down to the bottom of the dirty business in Ottawa.
  • Cohen World Tour
    Leonard Cohen and his muse are inspired by death and taxes to tour again.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan tells it as he sees it.
    Topics: RCMP security budget for Vancouver Olympics, Chinese treatment of Tibet and possible Olympic boycott, Biovail fraud charges, CFL possibly back in Ottawa, 4000th military death in Iraq, American Idol, Larry King voted least sexy host, Egg McMuffin inventor dies, Canadian Tire retiring catalogues.
  • Credit Crunch
    A commercial promotes the cereal killing economy.
  • Buttle Mania
    The real Jeffrey Buttle helps a fan of the world figure skating champion.
  • This Just In & Goodnights
    Don wishes the audience good night
    Topics: Hillary Clinton misspoke about gunfire, China worst for traffic accidents, reality shows inspiring Canadians to singing and dance lessons, CFL possibly back in Ottawa, Kirstie Alley and Oprah team up, Jaguar and Land Rover sold to Tata Motors.

Episode 15-19: Friday, March 21, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening & Dalai Lama
    His holiness explains the troubles in Tibet and the possible impact on the Beijing Olympics.
  • Oil Prices
    An oil executive explains how exactly his industry has struck it rich.
  • Condo
    A Vancouver couple finds a roof over their heads, but the walls closer than they were expecting.
  • New Sins
    To match the new deadly sins, an Archbishop releases 10 new Suggestions.
  • B.C. Ferry
    The R.C.M.P. sees what really went down in the B.C. ferry sinking.
  • E-Talk
    No sex please, we’re Canadian! ETalk correspondent Susie Wall gives all the juicy details in Canadian scandals.
  • Heather Mills Settlement
    The new divorcée throws cold water on the idea she’s a gold-digger.
  • Friday Night News
    Don delivers the Air Farce take on the week’s events.
    Topics: Bob Rae winning election, top secret blueprints found in Ottawa garbage, 5th anniversary of Iraq War, Barack Obama racism speech, new N.Y. governor admits affairs, Edmontosaurus dinosaur found, Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois, Ottawa airport renovation.
  • Travolta/Cruise: Scientology
    Tom Cruise and John Travolta defend their beliefs, lifestyles, and hairstyles.
  • This Just In & Goodnights
    Roger wishes the audience good night
    Topics: Canada’s Next Great Prime Minister, Prince Charles and Camilla in Jamaica.

Episode 15-18: Friday, March 14, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Luba opens the show.
    Topic: Eliot Spitzer Early Retirement plan.
  • Spitzer Hooker
    Kristen tells what went on behind closed door #871 with the disgraced New York governor.
  • Dions' Bedtime Chat
    In the case of Stéphane and Janine, politicians make very dull bedmates.
  • Recession
    Jenna Bush reveals the secret to her overwhelming allure: a whiff of Recession
  • House of Commons After Hours
    A cleaning lady dishes the dirt on the goings-on at Parliament.
  • Tim Hortons Server Girls
    The Tim twins return with more juicy news and nibbled donuts. Topics: heavy snowfall, low temperature, “Juno”, John McCain, Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus, bribery, $5000 Conservative tax break.
  • Baird
    John Baird decides how he wishes to administer his, and everyone else’s, environment.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan tells it as he sees it.
    Topics: Quebecor offering Canada-wide phone service, St. Patrick’s Day, Bob Rae in election, Stéphane Dion owing in campaign and sued by Steven Harper, Doctor Horror’s house for sale in Brampton, Ryerson Facebook cheating, Pope updating deadly sins, ADHD, 20% Americans believe sun revolves around earth, Ron MacLean host CBC Beijing Olympic coverage.
  • Bindi Seal Hunt
    Don Newman asks Stephen Harper about the Cadman bribe allegations, complete with insurance ad.
  • Favourite Alberta Pastimes
    A couple of Albertans indulge in their favourite hobbies.
  • Behind The Rocks
    A champion curler is the lead in his marriage.
  • This Just In & Goodnights
    Alan wishes the audience good night. Topics: gasoline to hit $1.50 a liter, Sharon Stone turns 50, Nova Scotia Taser standards, BC Ferry inquiry, Hong Kong schools closed due to flu.

Episode 15-17: Friday, March 7, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Craig opens the show.
    Topic: NAFTA.
  • Hillary Loves Company
    Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama democratically discuss their campaigns.
  • McGuinty Prayer
    Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty tries to please all non-supreme beings with a non-specific prayer.
  • Winter Blast
    A woman sees the sunny side of snowy weather.
  • Public Forum Tax
    Josée Verner and Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys debate the proposed federal review of Canadian television and films to receive tax credits.
  • Car Smoking
    An aggravated driver clouds the issue of smoking in cars.
  • Conjugal Conrad
    Barbara Amiel discovers Conrad Black has the prison blues after only five days on the inside.
  • The Friday Night News
    Don delivers our twist on the week’s news.
    Topics: Conservatives becoming Liberals, “Away From Her” at the Genies, Parti Quebecois sovereignty referendum, Surrey identical triplets, another Tory victory in Alberta, Prince Harry’s return, daylight savings, downtown Calgary surveillance, new CBC Radio 2 format, Keith Richards ad for Louis Vuitton.
  • Newman / Harper & Goodnights
    Don Newman asks Stephen Harper about the Cadman bribe allegations, complete with insurance ad.

Episode 15-16: Friday, February 29, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica opens the show.
    Topic: Leap Year, the budget, Obama-mania, Castro, last day to contribute to RRSP.
  • Flaherty Budget 2008
    Financial broadcaster Linda Sims interrogates Jim Flaherty over his new budget.
  • Obama Denial
    Barack Obama is overly familiar with Bartlett’s quotations.
  • Castro Spring Break
    A rough semester at school, or forty-nine years of dictating, can make one yearn for a little fun in the sun.
  • Dyer Report Kosovo
    Gwynne Dyer reports on Kosovo’s independence in the larger geographical scheme.
  • Zednik Speaks
    The Florida Panthers player finds an unusual upside after his hockey “Sweeney Todd” incident.
  • This Week In Shatner
    William Shatner presents. The. News. Amid his product. Endorsements. Topics: Brian Mulroney refusing to appear before Ethics Committee, Stephen Harper hosts Czech President, Andy Petitte Energy Drink, Northerners getting money in federal budget, Hasbro games film deal.
  • Postal Moment
    Neither rain, nor slush, nor sleet, not freaking puppy will stop the mail from being delivered.
  • The Ballad Of Gordon Campbell
    A ballad of a Gordon other than Lightfoot. The B.C. Premier gets his own legend in song.
  • Not The Official Story & Goodnights
    Alan tells it as he sees it. Topics: Barack Obama’s HQ graffiti, Cadman insurance, Rick Hillier wants more support for Afghanistan mission, Exxon Valdez, anti-depressants ineffective, Canadian Wheat Board, RRSP tax tips, Google supplying homeless with voicemail, General Motors denies global warming, William F. Buckley’s passing.

Episode 15-Best Of 2: Friday, February 22, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Don introduces the show.
  • Tim Hortons Rules
    Two donut shop employees explain how to be a friend of Tim’s with proper etiquette.
  • The Bunker
    A very new recruit learns about the Canadian mission in Afghanistan.
  • Office Lottery Pool
    The film demonstrates the drawback of office lottery pools.
  • Schreiber Speaks
    Karlheinz Schreiber sings like a canary to the House committee.
  • Norovirus
    Lisa LaFlamme brings up the Norovirus with a medical team in England.
  • Zardari Update
    The P.P.P.’s news conference to introduce Bilawal Bhutto is punctuated.
  • Age Cream
    A couple learns moderation should come with age.
  • The Crying Game
    Canadian leaders try for the American sympathy approach to vote-getting.
  • Goodnights
    Don wishes the audience good night.

Episode 15-15: Friday, February 15, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica opens the show.
    Topic: Roger Clemons at steroid inquiry, Mulroney/Schreiber.
  • MacKay vs Bush
    Peter MacKay and President Bush get defensive about foreign support of troops in Afghanistan.
  • Tiny Goalie
    The Maple Leafs recruit a television star.
  • Flag Day
    The average Canadian gets as patriotic as she can be, under the circumstances.
  • The Friday Night News
    Air Farce presents the week’s skewed news.
    Topics: Royal Canadian mint accidental new design, Quebec Winter Carnaval, Richard Zednik’s hockey accident, Blackberry “upgrade”, Quebec driving conditions line with delayed English message, Claire Martin presents the weather, stingray petting zoo in Toronto, Roger Clemens, love at first sight belief, no influx of foreign prostitutes for 2010 Olympics, lack of Canadians participating in sport.
  • Steven & Chris
    Daytime television’s new couple welcomes the iconic Margaret Atwood.
  • Amy Winehouse
    The Grammy-winning singer discusses the inspirations in the last year.
  • Office Wars
    Sharing office airspace costs someone dearly.
  • Botox
    A plastic surgery junkie has second thoughts- for a second.
  • There Will Be Syrup
    A wildcatting family hits a gusher of Canadian Amber #1.
  • Closing & Goodnights
    Roger and Luba wish the audience good night.

Episode 15-14: Friday, February 8, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Penelope opens the show.
    Topics: Groundhog Day, Superbowl Sunday, Super Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, Chinese New Year, Hockey Day in Canada.
  • Obama
    Barack Obama graciously accepts the support given him to continue to the pre-pre-pre-primaries.
  • Rita The Editor
    Lovely Rita takes shots at, and with, Parliament.
  • Double Dip
    The real crudity is eating at the party snacks.
  • Organ Harvest
    Lloyd Robertson has more than a nose for news in digging out an alleged kidney-thieving doctor.
  • Rental Car Chaos
    The right set of wheels can make or break the man.
  • Harper Dion Afghanistan
    Stephen Harper and Stéphane Dion go head to head, face to face and nose to nose over Afghanistan.
  • Kill Bill
    Hillary Clinton has but one path to winning the primaries.
  • Blackberry
    Technology causes a communication crisis.
  • Not The Official Story & Goodnights
    Alan tells it as he sees it. Topics: JFK’s illegitimate son claim, “Sophie”show, Albertan election, NATO and Afghanistan, Jack Nicholson, Chinese severe winter, Harper sending out Chinese New Year cards, U.S. economy, Iran claims new oil reserves, George Clooney, left-handed gene. Alan wishes the audience good night.

Episode 15-13: Friday, February 1, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Don opens the show.
    Topics: Groundhog Day/Karlheinz Schreiber.
  • Canadarm
    A handshake deal between MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates and their new American owners doesn’t go quite as planned.
  • My Parliament Harper
    Stephen Harper tells his game strategies in the opening of Parliament.
  • Australian Advisory
    The Great White North is the Great Scary North to those Down Under.
  • Puppy Lovin' Pete's
    A flea market vendor goes mad over sick puppies.
  • My Parliament Dion
    Stéphane Dion tells his game strategies in the opening of Parliament.
  • Friday Night News
    Don delivers this week’s news.
    Topics: Governor of Kandahar torture allegation, PEI blackout, U.S. border rules, black-focused school possible in Toronto, Air Canada co-pilot breakdown, Genie nominations, 2008 NHL games in Europe, “David” statue to be moved, “Canadian” code for “African-American”, Jerome Kerviel and French bank losses.
  • Post Office Calendar
    Canada Post has a small French revolution on its hands over a holiday error.
  • My Parliament Layton
    Jack Layton tells his game strategies in the opening of Parliament.
  • Franks Tailgate Party
    A parody product is a party in a pickup!
  • My Parliament Ignatieff
    Michael Ignatieff tells his game strategies in the opening of Parliament.
  • Pinheads RRSP
    A bowling team discusses their financial futures.
  • New Bank Governor & Goodnights
    Mark Carney isn’t quite so bullish over his first day on the job.

Episode 15-12: Friday, January 25, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica opens the show.
    Topics: Toronto Stock Exchange rollercoaster effect.
  • Manley Afghanistan
    John Manley delivers his report on the situation in Afghanistan.
  • New Car Slogans
    An automobile ad campaign crosses provincial, and other, lines.
  • Shatner News
    The glory that is William Shatner explains the universe that revolves around him.
    Topics: Pakistan and Stéphane Dion, John Baird, David Suzuki, British study says clowns unfunny, celebrity adoptions, “Earth Hour” and product pitches.
  • Bernier
    Foreign Affairs Minister Maxime Bernier apologizes to America for placing them on the torture list- sorta.
  • Tim Rules
    Two donut shop employees explain how to be a friend of Tim’s with proper etiquette.
  • Airplane Workout Farce Film
    A fitness buff is an exercise in frustration to fellow travelers.
  • Holy Land Risk
    No one country has a monopoly on gamesmanship in the Middle East.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan tells it as he sees it.
    Topics: Gilles Duceppe, Oscar Pistorius banned from the Olympics for his artificial feet, coffee risk of miscarriages, Afghanistan bumper heroin crop, Canada top purchaser of U.S. military products, vending machines for medical marijuana.
  • Obama Animation
    Barack Obama’s political secret is revealed on the campaign trail.
  • Prime Minister’s Choice
    Stephen and Laureen Harper share their political taste- for those who pay.
  • Good nights
    Roger, Don and Luba wish the audience good night.

Episode 15-11: Friday, January 18, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Roger opens the show. Topic: CBC’s new Friday night lineup: MVP and Hana Gartner’s Shower Hour.
  • The Crying Game
    Canadian leaders try for the American sympathy approach to vote-getting.
  • Cougar's Corner - Taser
    Donna Cherry and Rhonda MacLean are stunned by cougars’ latest tactics.
  • Furniture Store
    A couple shops for new furniture, and ideas, for their apartment.
  • Gone Postal
    A newscaster quizzes mail carriers on both of Canada’s coasts about the weather.
  • Newscast
    An anchor delivers the news of the week. Topics: Helena Guergis revealing Liberals’ trip in Afghanistan, British Airways crash landing, scientists reanimating dead animal heart, Marc Emery getting 5 years on drug charges, Republican race, origin of syphilis.
  • Air Turbulence
    Hold on to your seats- it’s going to be a bumpy Air Canada flight.
  • GST Windfall
    Average Canadians try to decide how to spend their newfound wealth.
  • Gold Rising
    Linda Sims interviews Russell Oliver about the new rush on gold.
  • This Just In and Goodnight
    Don wishes the audience good night. Topic: Toronto parking spaces being sold as condos.

Episode 15-10: Friday, January 11, 2008 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Alan opens the show. Topics: high-speed rail link between Windsor & Quebec City, Air Canada flight turbulence.
  • Hillary Primary Aftermath
    The Clinton family primarily discuss strategy for upcoming caucuses.
  • Ben Mulroney Engagement
    Jessica Brownstein finds her Prince Charm-free in a Montreal diner.
  • David Johnston / Schreiber
    The Schreiber/Mulroney affair gets a brief brief from David Johnston.
  • Backpacker Hostel
    A New Zealander gets a shock in the showers at a Canadian hostel.
  • Zardari Update
    The P.P.P.’s news conference to introduce Bilawal Bhutto is punctuated.
  • Dion Caucus Enlargement
    Stéphane Dion tries to unlock the big secret to popularity in the House.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan Park tells it as he sees it. Topics: Bob Marley recordings missing, Calgary baby food recall, Tim Horton’s new sandwich/ self-mutilating man, Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, Strait of Hormuz incident with U.S. navy.
  • Norovirus
    Lisa LaFlamme brings up the Norovirus with a medical team in England.
  • This Just In and Goodnight
    Alan wishes the audience good night. Topics: Don Cherry’s heritage, George Bush visiting Bethleham, albino alligator theft.

Episode 15-NYE: Friday, December 31, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Alan introduces our New Year’s Eve special in voiceover.
  • Rita The Editor
    Rita educates us on what Parliament was up to this session.
  • Ultimate Fighting Children
    A Farce Film showcases the other, more brutal UFC.
  • Clubland New Year
    Is New Year’s Eve in Toronto’s clubland down for the count?
  • What I Learned This Year
    The Stickler recounts wisdom learned the hard way over 2007.
  • To Catch A Polluter
    David Suzuki helps protect the environment from online threats.
  • Psychic Harper
    The Prime Minister consults an expert about his future.
  • Confused Philosopher
    The Confused Philosopher ponders the great questions in life.
  • Check Out Line Song
    Farce Films gets in your face about overboard commercialism.
  • New Year's Britney
    The pop diva struggles to remember the ups and downs of her past year.
  • Ad Absurdum
    Luba skewers the skewed wit of our favourite ads.
  • Mulroney 300
    Animation shows the only time the former Prime Minister has led a Spartan existence.
  • Cougar's Corner
    Donna Cherry and Rhonda MacLean explain the maneuvers of the new predatory sport.
  • Handshake
    Guest star Carlo Rota stresses the importance of a good handshake.
  • Bank Lady
    Edith explains current history with currency.
  • Dancing With The Star Wars
    Ballroom dancing becomes a hot trend across the galaxies.
  • Wilbert Immigration Video
    Wilbert demonstrates his action plan to aid the transition for new immigrants in Canada.
  • Chicken Cannon 2007
    Colonel Stacy and Pr. Delores target the ne’er-do-wells of the last year.
  • Closing
    Penelope leads the countdown to 2008.

Episode 15-09: Friday, December 7, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Roger and special guest star Megan Follows open the show.
  • Chavez Calls Putin
    Hugo Chavez and Vladimir Putin compare the difficulties of dictatorships.
  • Prison Break Promo
    An ad for the series introduces the newest, toughest, most erudite inmate on the block.
  • Golden Compass
    The controversial excitement is in the show-before-the-show.
  • Song Book Commercial
    The latest CD compilation offers a blast- and wedgies- from the bullying past.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan Park tells it as he sees it. Topics: Celine Dion/Hillary Clinton campaign song, Labour Minister’s spending, tennis match fixing alleged, Giuliani’s link to terrorism, exercise pill, cat stuck in jar for 19 days, Taser safer than Tylenol claim, Spice Girls reunion tour.
  • Canadian Tire Commercial
    A couple decks the halls just before stripping assets in this ad parody.A couple decks the halls just before stripping assets in this ad parody.
  • The Canadian View
    Guest star Megan Follows as Sue Johanson joins Margaret Atwood, Barbara Amiel and Avril Lavigne in the Canadian version of The View. Topics: Karlheinz Schreiber, Conrad Black’s sentencing, U.N. Climate Change Conference, Britney Spears, peace in Middle East.
  • Office Christmas Party Farce Film
    Employees suffer the typical aftereffects of an office holiday party.
  • Politicial Ebay
    A commercial plugs the newest gadget to make bribing easy and fun!
  • Monopoly
    A parody targets the new electronic edition of Monopoly.
  • Closing
    Roger and Penelope wish the audience good night.
    Topics: “Porngate”, Hanukkah song performed.

Episode 15-08: Friday, November 30, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Luba welcomes the home viewers and introduces Karlheinz Ketchup.
  • Dion: Destroyer of Hearts
    Dion prepares to romance his party quite liberally.
  • Musharraf Moment
    Pakistan’s leader is propped up by Pakistan’s former leaders.
  • Rough Rider
    The Grey Cup’s gone green this year.
  • Age Cream Farce Film
    A couple learns moderation should come with age.
  • Schreiber Speaks
    Karlheinz Schreiber sings like a canary to the House committee.
  • News Central
    A newscaster delivers the information central to Canadians.
    Topics: teddy bear crisis in Sudan, Vancouver 2010 Olympic mascots, Saskatchewan low hospital death rates, Middle East peace talks with Bush, Scottish airport slogan, Pete Garrett Australia’s new environment minister
  • Santa Claus Parade
    A mother and daughter enjoy a Santa Claus parade.
  • Attack Ads 2007 Package
    The Conservative attack ads are pretty - dirty.
  • Border Security
    An American border guard reveals his close-up look at security strategy.
  • Closing “This Just In”
    Alan and Luba wish the audience good night.
    Topics: Hilary Clinton office hostage situation, designer water for pets.

Episode 15-07: Friday, November 23, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Roger welcomes the home viewers and introduces Céline Dion.
  • Céline
    The diva’s heart will go on and on and on for herself.
  • Holly Horton’s CFL
    Holly Horton gets to the bottom of the Grey Cup and jock.
  • Mulroneygate
    Luba makes some noise about the latest Ottawa public inquiry.
  • Tlusty & Friedman
    Elliotte Friedman asks Maple Leaf Tlusty about getting lusty on camera.
  • Office Lottery Pool Farce Film
    The film demonstrates the drawback of office lottery pools.
  • Not the Official Story
    Alan sets the record straight on current events.
    Topics: cloning, Saudi Arabia oil pipeline explosion, Stockwell Day’s position on tasers, fecal transplant, paying Olympic winners, “blonde effect”, Mr. Whipple’s death.
  • Ku Ku Melon
    Clothing gets a little too New Age with its superpowers.
  • The Nanny- Alberta
    New Albertan premier Ed Stelmech brings law and order to the mild, mild west.
  • Rita the Editor
    Rita delivers the view from Parliament Hill.
  • Closing
    Penelope wishes the audience good night.
    Topics: Canadian cruise ship sinks in Antarctic, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s 60th wedding anniversary

Episode 15-06: Friday, November 9, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Craig welcomes the home viewers with a short topical monologue. Topics: Canadian dollar, Stéphane Dion’s child poverty plan.
  • Clintons Campaign in Iowa
    Hil and Bill go stumping in the sticks on the campaign trail.
  • Diontourage
    The Liberal leader hangs with his posse in Ottawa.
  • D'Angelo's Den
    There’s a new frank dragon tycoon in town.
  • American Tourism Video
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security decides to expand its prerogative northward.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan sets the record straight on current events.
    Topics: Céline Dion on soap opera, ice skating fall, Mexican flooding, Canadian poll on Afghanistan mission, Canadian forces fitness test, sudoku, Queen voted as glamourous woman, Germany death TV channel, 8-limbed Indian girl’s operation, Musharraf’s government.
  • Corner Dog
    See Dog bark! Bad Dog! Sit. Beg. A Canadian show is cornered by an American reality TV star’s problem.
  • Raking Leaves Animation
    A tree’s bark and bite arise from a very Canadian problem.
  • Bombardier
    The planes can fly- it’s the landing that’s tricky.
  • The Bunker
    A very new recruit learns about the Canadian mission in Afghanistan.
  • Closing
    Don and Jessica wish the audience good night. Topics: Hurricane Noel, Sea King helicopters, Sunlight and breast cancer, Hippo death during transfer, Enola Gay pilot obituary, Mulroney probe, and turning clocks back.

Episode 15-05: Friday, November 2, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica welcomes the home viewers with a short topical monologue. Topics: Canadian dollar, plastic food wrap developer's obituary, poll of Cdn leader's apologies.
  • Harper and Dalai Lama
    Philosophies and politics collide when the Prime Minister meets another god-king.
  • The Queen
    Ever wonder how the Queen made her fortune. Hint: Blu-ray.
  • The Wilbert Report
    Wilbert dissects the truthiness of Canadian asbestos and developing nations.
  • Cross Border Cars
    A car salesman deals with a sneaky sticker shock.
  • 110 Seconds With Flaherty
    Jim gives the lowdown on his mini-budget.
  • CFL Press Conference
    We get the play-by-play for coach rotation.
  • Stun Fun
    A couple of buddies look to the skies for inspiration.
  • Voters With Veils
    A Canadian comes face-to-veil with voting.
  • Star Gazing
    A couple of buddies look to the skies for inspiration.
  • Closing
    Don and Jessica wish the audience good night. Topics: Hurricane Noel, Sea King helicopters, Sunlight and breast cancer, Hippo death during transfer, Enola Gay pilot obituary, Mulroney probe, and turning clocks back.

Episode 15-04: Friday, October 26, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica welcomes the viewers with some thoughts on the Condoleeza Rice, Maher Arar, the Beijing Olympics.
  • Book Purchase Parity
    Two different cover prices drive a Canadian customer over the line.
  • Arnold Fires Back
    Arnie tries to Terminate the Californian fires.
  • Picture Perfect
    Stephan Dion's counter Throne Speech is dissected.
  • Board Game
    A family melts down during a round of the latest global craze.
  • Marc Garneau
    The newest Liberal candidate tackles the only menace slimier than politicians.
  • Halloween Animation
    The ultimate haunted house is full of political ghosts.
  • West Jest
    We're not just owners, we're also jesters!
  • Scotiabank
    For some reason, a customer banks on a banker wanting to help.
  • Checkout Delay
    A senior couple is anything but retiring in a lineup.
  • Halloween Angst
    A family discusses the sociopolitical implications of their favourite holiday.
  • Closing
    The cast wishes the audience good night. Topics: Toronto taxes, Paris Hilton Cryogenics, Halloween.

Episode 15-03: Friday, October 19, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Don welcomes the viewers with some thoughts on the Trudeau baby, and Trump Tower in Toronto.
  • Throne 2007
    Stephen harper's self-crowning achievement is his Throne Speech.
  • Etalk: Britney & Kevin
    Who's minding the children? And do Britney and K-Fed mind at all?
  • Chrétien's Book
    The former Prime Minister checks the appendix, and other organs, in his autobiography.
  • An Inconvenient Truth 2
    Al Gore conveniently tells the world some more truths.
  • Rita The Editor
    Lovely Rita delivers the latest on Parliament.
  • Skipping Stones
    A simple athletic contest rocks the boat.
  • Cafeteria Contraband
    A junk food junkie settles her score.
  • Belinda Song Animation
    The Health Minister gets expert advice on the government's new drug plan.
  • Not The Official Story
    Alan sits firmly not on the fence with today's news. Topics: BC ferry crew using drugs, Maher Arar racial profiling, honourary citizenship to Oun Saan Su Chee, Quebec seal protesters, Oral Roberts’ son’s scandal, Vladmir Putin plot, NASCAR vaccinations, Star Wars TV shows.
  • Closing
    The cast wishes the audience good night.

Episode 15-02: Friday, October 12, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica welcomes the home viewers.
  • Party Shuffle
    Stephan Dion demonstrates the latest political craze.
  • Clock Block
    A revolutionary new birth control product promises peace of mind.
  • Global News
    Global News has a very local impact.
  • Nothing To Declare
    The fashio police make a bust at the border.
  • Protest
    A cross-generational conflict turns peaceful.
  • Squeegie Life
    The view is always cleaner on the other side of the windshield.
  • Marcel Marceau
    Death comes surprisingly loudly to a famous mime.
  • Clement On Drugs
    The Health Minister gets expert advice on the government's new drug plan

Episode 15-01: Friday, October 5, 2007 @ 8PM -
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  • Opening
    Jessica welcomes the home viewers.
  • Dion image Consultants
    Image consultants attempt to boost Stéphane Dion’s popularity with a makeover.
  • Conrad Black SOB
    The embattled titan, aided by Barbara Amiel, funds his defence appeal.
  • Dollar Time
    A student learns about bargain basement currency inflation.
  • Ontario Campaign
    Dalton McGuinty is shocked into a new campaign strategy.
  • Williams $1000 Babies
    The Newfoundland Premier starts his own election stork derby.
  • Toxic Toys Animation
    Children’s playthings hurriedly get the lead out.
  • Alan Park Monologue
    See where Alan sits on current events. Topics: Dion-Garneau, Mulroney’s memoirs, Harper’s drug policy, BC fraud, Topps meat recall, contaminated Quebec milk, Argentine May-Dec. romance, Elton John photo, Russian giant baby.
  • Closing The Cottage
    A couple reflects on the joys of a summer at the cottage.
  • Online Breastfeeding
    Two sides milk the Facebook feeding photo controversy.
  • CopCam
    A cop's size concerns are minimized by a mini.
  • Thanksgiving Dinner
    The Farce family dishes on Canada's next great Prime Minister, Stephen Harper's drug policy, Spice Girls, Internet spam, Nicolas Cage's intruder, the low jobless rate, the start of the NHL season, Augusto Pinochet, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech, Michael Vick and Chrétien's heart surgery.