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Brent Butt on Hiccups

From Angela Hickman of the National Post:

  • Brent Butt talks Hiccups
    For most people, hiccups are something they cannot wait to get rid of. All kinds of remedies exist — being frightened, holding your breath, drinking water backwards, standing on your head — but Brent Butt is pleased that, so far, CTV hasn’t tried any of them. His new comedy, Hiccups, is launching its second season on Monday night. Read more.

Nancy Robertson changes comedy lanes

From Andrew Ryan of the Globe and Mail:

  • Nancy Robertson: A thoroughly comic Millie
    Changing comedy lanes has worked out beautifully for Nancy Robertson. Although the Vancouver-born actress will be forever familiar to Canadian viewers as the adorable Wanda on Corner Gas, she’s no less entertaining in her new persona of a tightly wound children’s author on Hiccups, soon to return for its second season. Read more.