From the Toronto Star, touches on Little Mosque on the Prairie:
- How comedy struggles with being race-y
“When you’re trying to make light of racial stereotypes or religion, you’d best be sure you’re doing it in a way that doesn’t leave the audience stonefaced instead of laughing as if they’re stoned. If you’re doing satire on terrorism, you’re dancing a fine line between being edgy and bombing, yourself.”
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