From the Toronto Star:
- Kenny versus Spenny: TV’s final conflict
“Their â€œfriendlyâ€ feud has lasted six seasons â€” that’s 86 half-hours â€” on several different networks in Canada and the U.S., and syndicated and duplicated in another 150 countries. And now, in this season of goodwill toward men, it is over. The jolly fat guy has sung. No more ridiculous challenges, no more perverse humiliations. No more Kenny Vs. Spenny … except as competing stars of new solo shows.” Read more.
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