Made in Canada

Season 4 Episode 6

Everyone's a Critic

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 2001 on CBC
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A series of bad reviews come in for some of Alan's shows that get him very upset. Meanwhile, Wanda's cat needs an operation and the crew don't seem to care. Wanda, upset by their lack of care sets Alan on all of them by constantly reminding him of everything he's asked them to do. Richard finds out and decides to train Wanda to be as evil as him. Pulling pranks on the group and getting Victor in trouble by writing a letter to the editor in Victor's name bashing the critic who won't lay off Alan. Wanda begins to feel guilty and promises never to be evil again. Meanwhile the group comes up with a plan to create a show about Television reviewers. The critic (JW) tells Richard that the reason she hates Alan so much is that they slept together ten years ago and never called her back. When Alan confronts JW she tells him that they never slept together, it turns out that Victor was the person that jilted her.moreless

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      • Richard's Opening Monologue
        Richard: Who hasn't wanted to change identities? To see what its like to be another person. There's an old saying, "You don't truly know a man, till you've walked a mile in his shoes" Then there's a lessor known saying. "If a man walks a mile in yours whoes... let him keep the shoes.

      • Richard: She spent the last ten years in Halifax.
        Victor: Thats not our fault.

      • Richard: He went to a doctor, he got a prescription, know he's addicted to his medication.
        Veronica: That happens all the time, whats the big deal?
        Richad: They're suppositories.

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