From Richard Ouzounian of the Toronto Star:
- Could a political farce be much funnier than this?
“When the Governor General suspended Parliament yesterday, it may have proved a headache for the average Canadian and a heartache for the politicians, but the crisis has been a much appreciated early Christmas present for those who traffic in satirical comedy. From CBC TV’s Royal Canadian Air Farce through Second City to a revised Bravo! version of a Michael Healey script, it’s all been grist for the mill. ‘It’s manna from heaven,’ rejoiced Roger Abbott of the Air Farce. ‘We’re pumped, stoked, excited.'” Read more.
Photo: Roger Abbott
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