From Brad Wheeler of The Globe and Mail:
Link: Comedy-news show The Beaverton serves up satire with a straight face
At a television anchor desk, the intensely perky news reader Emma Hunter is reporting on a curious bet-you-didn’t-know story involving four people considered to be among the many in musical history often referred to as the so-called fifth Beatle. “Let’s take a look at some of the lesser known names behind the group that was one of the main causes of Beatlemania,” Hunter says, setting up the piece. When she lists “noted actor Ringo Starr” as a fifth Beatle, co-host Miguel Rivas interrupts her. “Really? I think he was the fourth Beatle,” he says, with a puzzled look on his face. “A distant fourth, but …” Continue reading.
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