Royal Canadian Air Farce

Season 13 Episode 8

2005: Year of the Farce (December 30, 2005)

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 30, 2005 on CBC
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2005: Year of the Farce (December 30, 2005)
-Stroumboulopoulos Panel:
George Stroumboulopoulos, Anne McLellan, Melissa the fast food server and the Tim Hortons Clint Eastwood guy talk about Jack Layton, Belinda Stronach, U.S. Ambassador David Wilkens, Andre Boisclair and the flooding of the South Saskatchewan river.

-Martin & Peter Newman:
Peter C. Newman tapes an interview with Paul Martin.

-Animation Justice Animation:
The people vs Karla Homolka.

-Al Qaeda Workers Quickie:
A couple of Al Qaeda handymen make trouble for George Bush.

-Canadian Moment - NYE 05:
Donut shoppers make predictions then talk about the upcoming election.

-Harper Ad #1:
Stephen Harper ad discusses Childcare.

-Layton Campaigns:
NDP leader Jack Layton sings his way into the heart of Canadian voters.

-Critic - NYE:
Gilbert Smythe Bite-Me 2005 entertainment review includes CBC Strike, Star Wars, March of the Penguins, King Kong and celebrity court cases that include Michael Jackson, Martha Stewart and Robert Blake.

-Russian Idol:
Russian Idol winner Kreminem sings.

-Sportsnet - Year In Review:
Sportsnet anchors take shots at Super Bowl, CFL million dollar kicker Brian Deisbourg, Kobe Bryant, Toronto Raptors, Chicago White Sox, Ozzie Guillen's kiss, European soccer, death of George Best, new Microsoft game – xBoxer, Rafael Palmeiro, competitive poker, and Lance Armstrong.

-Bush & Twins:
The Bush twins help their dad with his New Year's Address.

-Flying With Alan Park:
Alan Park rants about missing Ontario driver's licenses, designated car pool lanes, traffic report from a helicopter.

-Harper Ad #2:
Stephen Harper ad discusses political accountability.

-Glen Foster - NYE:
Stand-up comedian Glen Foster targets the events of 2005.

-Sister Bessie - Election:
Sister Bessie's election analysis.

-Bradford & Oake:
Scott Oake talks hockey with Dough Bradford.

-Grizzly Suzuki Animation:
David Suzuki gets an up close and personal demonstration on the mating habits of the Grizzly Bear.

-Harper Ad #3:
Stephen Harper ad discusses crime.

-Ester & Judy:
A woman stresses about her big date and the recent arrival of her mom.

-Molson Cold Shots:
New Molson Stone Cold shots really pack a punch.

-Video Blog - NYE:
Video clips include – Jack Layton, Liberal spokesperson Scott Reid, Paul Martin wine testing, Navy mannequin, Pope blesses Olympic flame, George Bush.

-Awkward Moments - Surprise:
A man learns a valuable lesson about peanut butter.

-Political Climate:
CBC meteorologist Claire Martin gives her election forecast.

-Chicken Cannon Target '05:
Chicken Cannon Target of 2005 – Paul Martin and Stephen Harper.moreless

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Alan Park

Alan Park

Himself; Andre Boisclair; Tim Hortons Commercial Guy; Peter McKay; Others (2004- )

Craig Lauzon

Craig Lauzon

Stephen Harper; Lakota Guy; George Strombolopolous; Don Cherry; The Dumb NHL Player; Others (2004- )

Don Ferguson

Don Ferguson

Paul Martin; Rex Murphy; Bob Dylan; Confused Philosopher; Lloyd Robertson; Dalton McGuinty; Pierre Trudeau; Ron MacLean; Others

Jessica Holmes (I)

Jessica Holmes (I)

Michael Jackson; Kalan Porter; Terry Leibel; Celine Dion; Belinda Stronach; Britney Spears; Sister Bessie; others (2003- )

Luba Goy

Luba Goy

Sandie Rinaldo; Celine Dion; Adrienne Clarkson; Elizabeth Taylor; The Bingo Lady; Monica Lewinsky; Hillary Clinton; Others

Roger Abbott

Roger Abbott

George W. Bush; Don Cherry; Jean Chretien; Peter Mansbridge; Gilbert Smythe(Bite Me); Ralph Klein; The Pope; Others

Glen Foster

Glen Foster


Guest Star

Scott Yaphee

Scott Yaphee

Russian Idol

Guest Star

Scott Yaphe

Scott Yaphe

Russian Idol Contestant

Guest Star

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