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Season 6 Episode 3

October 12, 1998

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Oct 12, 1998 on CBC
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October 12, 1998
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Segments include: - The National Post hits newsstands - Jerry Boyle in Ottawa - The Secondhand Stock Report - Streeter - Marg Delahunty confronts Don Cherry - A new Canadain made-for-TV movie: "Life with the Butterbox Ponies" - "Anne & Abby" - Connie Bloor on Conrad Blackmoreless

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    Mary Walsh

    Mary Walsh

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

    Rick Mercer

    Rick Mercer

    News Anchor J.B. Dickson, Billy Smithopolis, Stewart Steed, Various Others (Season 1-8)

    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!
        To senior citizens everywhere: If this John Glenn thing works out, you're next!

        Sydney Debizzinchik: "Last week the Royal Canadian Mounted Police delivered a horse to Queen Elizabeth as a gift. She has decided to name it Camilla."

        Molly Maguire: "Farrah Fawcett is reportedly furious with her son Redmond after he was arrested for possession of pot last week. The former "Charlie's Angels" star says she is disappointed that the 13-year-old turned to marijuana, because she has always tried to set a good example with pills and booze."

        J.B. Dickson: "The Canadian Cardiovascular Society has released an exhaustive new 250-page study that shows fatty foods, salt, and cigarettes are major contributors to heart disease. Other revelations from the study: scissors sharp, fire hot."

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