From David Berry of the National Post:
Link: How political satire series The Beaverton cracks the pillars of the smirking self-satisfied Canadian
How much laughter this actually produces is of course up to the individual viewer, but at the least, The Beaverton seems patently uninterested in sneaking in self-justifications for existing, and at its best it has successfully diagnosed the smugness and laziness that makes up that older Canadian character, that idea that we gotta be okay because we’re all Canadians. Continue reading.
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