From Melissa Hank of O.Canada.com:
Sunnyside is weird, wacky and wonderfully Canadian
It’s true: Life really can be so sweet on the Sunnyside of the street. But it can also be twisted, random and downright weird — and not necessarily in a bad way.
Sunnyside, a Canadian sketch-comedy/sitcom hybrid airing on City, isn’t for the faint of heart. Set in an urban neighbourhood that could be Anyplace, Canada, it’s chockablock with quirky recurring characters like an evil barista named Shaytan, a trio of lady meth addicts, and a cashier who can alter reality for a price. Continue reading.
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