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Air Date: October 16th, 1988

Series Summary
Sketch comedy from five off-the-wall Canadian comics.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Comedy


  • Season 5 - Episode 22 : Best of Season 5 Compilation Apr 15, 1995

    "God is Dead"; "Penny"; "Please, Please, Please."

  • Season 5 - Episode 21 Apr 15, 1995

    "Bellini Opening"; "Empty Bar"; "Things We Shouldn't Show."

  • Season 5 - Episode 20 Apr 8, 1995

    "Junk Mail"; "Liquidation Sale"; "Sam and Janet"; "Stair Climber."

  • Season 5 - Episode 19 Mar 29, 1995

    "Francesca: Syntax"; "Unannounced"; "Mystery Sperm Cops."

  • Season 5 - Episode 18 Mar 22, 1995

    "Why"; "Exercise"; "Bellini Day."

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  • They are disarming in the most pleasant extreme...It is fresh, hip and frank. It could prove - especially given the stars' proclivity to perform in drag - America's "Monty Python." [21 July 1989, p.1] Show More

  • Here is some of the freshest and most disarming material the comedy scene has been able to claim in a long while. Show More

  • It turns out, though, that these guys are funny...The whiteness of the group is more problematic. Racial and gay/straight stereotypes are the target of a monologue by Scott Thompson, portraying an effeminate gay character. The script intends to skewer those stereotypes, but the blunt language and the fact that the group is white may lead some observers to question whether the sketch doesn't reinforce them. [21 July 1989, p.C6] Show More

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Nominated Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program