It’s a very special episode of the TV, Eh? podcast as Bob Goyetche andÂ Dave Brodbeck fromÂ Best Episode EverÂ drop by to help Greg and Anthony fill the void left by Diane not being withÂ us this week.
The quartet whip through 15 of the oddest and most ludicrous Canadian TV seriesÂ from the past. The shows that made the cut wereÂ Guilty or Not Guilty, Diplomatic Passport, McQueen, The Forest Rangers, Quentin Durgens, M.P., Eye Bet, George, The Baxters, Beyond Reason, Learning the Ropes, Mount Royal, T. and T., Diamonds, Ombudsman and Night Walk.
Remember Night Walk?
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8 thoughts on “TV, eh? podcast episode 198 – One Season Wonders”
I haven’t seen a single one of these shows.
And yet they existed!
“TV North” by Peter Kenter (with notes by Martin Levin) says “T. and T.” was shown on Global.
I knew I remembered it being on Global. The 90s were an odd time for Canadian TV.
They were on, honest….
I doubt you missed much though.
Wow, how much fun was this episode?
I remember quite a few of these shows, but some I’ve never heard of. I am now dedicated to watching every episode of Ombudsman.
And you can bet I’m spending the next three hours reliving Nightwalk, which I recorded on so many VHS tapes when I wasn’t sure what time the late night movie would be finished so I set the VCR to record for much longer than needed.
When you watch ‘Ombudsman’ you have to hum the title theme.
I remember watching George Saturday mornings too. The theme song more than individual episodes. It still seems entertaining.
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