Made in Canada

Season 3 Episode 9

Beaver Creek: Live

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Aired Unknown Jan 29, 2001 on CBC
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Beaver Creek: Live
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The network has three words to describe the 150th episode of Beaver Creek. "I Hate It!" After taking a major advance to produce a special Beaver Creek the team has to scramble to come up with a new way to make the network happy, and what better way to do it, but to do it Live. They dig up an old script written by Siobahan that takes place in just one room. All hell breaks loose and everything that can go wrong... does go wrong. All the while a crazy woman (Miss Barnes) from a watchdog group is protesting the violence of The Sword Of Damacles. She bursts on to the set and tries to address the camera but is punched out by Siobahan seconds before the show gets cut off the air.moreless

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    Jayne Eastwood

    Jayne Eastwood

    Miss Barnes

    Guest Star

    Andrew Bush

    Andrew Bush

    Blind Jimmy

    Recurring Role

    Mary-Colin Chisholm

    Mary-Colin Chisholm

    Nurse Mary

    Recurring Role

    Chas Lawther

    Chas Lawther

    Brian

    Recurring Role

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      • Miss Barnes: And the question I ask is when you watch TV do you enjoy watching our culture slowly rot away.
        Richard: I usually go to the internet for that.

      • Richard: There's no way that clip show cost very much money
        Veronica: Well, when you factor in certain fix costs. Like Alan's new wine cellar...

      • Brian: Beaver Creek Live. Its never been done before, it'll be like that episode of uh ER.
        Alan: Except ours will be live.

      • Richard's Opening Monologue
        Richard: Nowadays, people want their entertainment immediate and they want it live. Now naturally this has not gone unnoticed by the television producers. Their response, they have be more cutting edge. They have to take more chances than ever before. And when it comes to television, there's nothing more cutting edge, than what they did in the fifties.

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