From Eric Volmers of Postmedia News:
Satisfaction distinctly Canadian
In an upcoming episode of the new CTV comedy Satisfaction, there is a scene involving ne’er-do-well Toronto urbanite Mark Movenpick suddenly discovering the heritage of his date during what he hopes will be a one-night stand. It’s a brief romance. Part of Movenpick’s shtick as a character is that all of his romances are brief. But for a show that seems to aim for a sort of Friends-like universality, the scene is unmistakably Canadian. Continue reading.
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