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    Quote Originally Posted by CCL;2209439;
    Has anyone been watching Little Mosque? The ratings have been very good so I guess somebody's watching. I've watched both episodes and they were pretty good. I quite like the main male character (I don't know what his accent is supposed to be exactly but it's lovely) as well as his feisty daughter. And I like the new imam (he's not bad on the eyes, either!).
    I will have to give Little Mosque a chance.

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    FYI: Robson Arms will be starting it's second season in February. CBC I believe. I did like the first season. It's kinda quirky and light. Nothing heavy. Sometimes I need to watch something like that.
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    Has anyone seen Intelligence?? I am sooo hooked on that show, and much to my dismay, they just had the season ender the other day!!

    It's filmed in Vancouver, produced by and many of the same actors who were in DaVinci's Inquest/City Hall. I love Ian Tracy - he's an amazing actor - and he plays the head of an organized crime group.. and damn.. I have a hard time disliking his character because I like Ian Tracy so much!

    Please tell me that someone else has watched it!! the last episode airs for a second time on CBC Friday night at 11pm. I swear, this show makes Law & Order look like crap! And I love Law & Order!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskitty;2221591;
    FYI: Robson Arms will be starting it's second season in February. CBC I believe. I did like the first season. It's kinda quirky and light. Nothing heavy. Sometimes I need to watch something like that.
    I love that show!! I believe it is on CTV though.

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    Did anyone catch the season finale of Corner Gas? I thought it was so cute and how fitting was Harper's part? Perhaps a little more fitting than intended . But I'm glad it was all a dream. Good ol' Hank!

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    ^ I can't believe I forgot to watch it! Ah, well, it repeats on the Comedy Network on the weekend I think.
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    Oh CCL you'll have to catch it and if you happen to not see it on the CN you can watch it at CTV online! It's well worth watching however you can see it.

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    Re: Canadian TV

    Three of my favourite current shows are Trailer Park Boys (Showcase), Bob Gratton: ma vie, my life (TQS) and Canadian Idol (CTV).
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    Re: Canadian TV

    Anyone watching these new shows?

    The Murdoch Mysteries - Citytv Thurs. 10pm
    I loved the first two of the British series I saw. They are now running a Canadian version which takes place in 1895,Toronto, starring Yannick Bisson from Sue Thomas, FBI series.
    CityTV | TV SHOWS | Murdoch Mysteries.

    The Week The Women Left
    Mondays, CBC
    This is bound to have funny moments. The town of Hardisty, Alberta, (pop.760) loses it's women for one week. The men must not only continue to get their work at home done, but that which the women have done such as looking after the kids, cooking cleaning, etc. You can see some eyes will be opened.
    globeandmail.com: The day the women walked

    MVP- The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives
    Fridays, CBC, 9pm
    The behind the scenes goings on aka dirt and such.
    CBC Television - MVP
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    Re: Canadian TV

    MVP looks really good. I noticed the show made its debut this past week. Meant to tune in but got sidetracked watching something else.
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