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Season 10 Episode 14

March 25, 2003

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Mar 25, 2003 on CBC
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March 25, 2003
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Segments include: - United States releases a list of countries saying "yes" to war - Marg Delahunty retires from being a warrior - Three new CBC series: "A Canadian in Canada," "A Canadian in America," and "An American in America" - 22 Minutes Time Capsule: Cigarettes - Jerry Boyle - A Parti Québécois paid political announcement - Connie Bloor - "That Show Sucked"moreless

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Colin Mochrie

Colin Mochrie

News Anchor Anthony St. George, Max Pointy, Peter Mansbridge, Various Others (Seasons 9 & 10)

Mary Walsh

Mary Walsh

News Anchor Molly Maguire, Marg Delahunty, Dakey Dunn, Mrs. Eulalia, Mom Reardon, Connie Bloor, Various Others (Seasons 1-10, re

Cathy Jones

Cathy Jones

News Anchor Sydney Debizzinchik, Babe Bennett, Joe Crow, Heather Colter, Mrs. Enid, Dr. Susan Enright, Various Others

Greg Thomey

Greg Thomey

Newsanchor Frank MacMillan, Jerry Boyle, Eddie Reardon, Peter Morris, Chip McAllister, Various Others (Seasons 1-11, recurring

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    • Warning!
      We interrupt this war to bring you a regularly scheduled program.

      Marg Delahunty: "They're out there now, busy bombing for peace. Next I suppose they'll be screwing to get their virginity back."

      Anthony St. George: "Researchers at the Salk Institute have identified a gene that may be linked to Gulf War Snydrome. The gene is passed from father to son, and can lie dormant for many years, until its host becomes president, at which point it makes him start a war in the Persian Gulf."

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