From Kate Taylor of The Globe and Mail:
Link: Is the world ready for Letterkenny?
For all its aggressively foul-mouthed negativity and vicious parody of small-town masculinity, Letterkenny nestles deep in the bosom of a Canadian comic tradition dating back to Stephen Leacock and Charlie Farquharson, continuing right through the McKenzie brothers and more recently seen suckling the Trailer Park Boys. It’s a tradition that’s irreverent, ironic and mercilessly self-deprecating, mocking Canada as a nation of snowbound hosers. Continue reading.
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