Made in Canada

Season 1 Episode 6

Gemini Night

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Aired Unknown Nov 09, 1998 on CBC
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Gemini Night
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Alan Roy receives word that he is to receive the Sully (Lifetime Achievment Award) at this years Gemini Awards. He has Richard force the Gemini Producers move his acceptance to a television night from an Industry night, and hires a writer to write his acceptance speech. Six weeks later he is still unable to settle on a speech. Before the group can leave he is struck in the face by Damacles and is forced to stay behind. The group sets out to look for Richard who has excused himself to the boardroom with Siobahan where they are caught having sex on the boardroom table. Raymond, Richard's brother in law, is brought back to Pyramid at Siobahan's urging as she wants a role in his new show.moreless

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    Mark Farrell

    Mark Farrell

    Gus

    Guest Star

    Ed MacDonald

    Ed MacDonald

    Chris

    Guest Star

    Ralph Benmergui

    Ralph Benmergui

    Awards Presenter

    Guest Star

    Ron James

    Ron James

     

    Recurring Role

    Chas Lawther

    Chas Lawther

    Brian

    Recurring Role

    Alex Carter

    Alex Carter

    Michael Rushton/Damacles

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      • Richard's Opening Monologue
        Richard: Every industry has them. Best PVC Piping Salesmen Western Division; Most Improved Cosmetics Counter of the year award; Bus Driver with the Cleanest Bus of the year award. Everyone does it, except most people have the decency to do it in the privacy of a lousy hotel ballroom, accept for us because we, we work in television, so we stretch the entire thing out over three days, and then put the final night, on television for the entire world to see. Or country, or at least people that don't have cable.

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