Royal Canadian Air Farce

Season 12 Episode 24

Episode 12-19

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Mar 25, 2005 on CBC
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Episode 12-19
Peter Mansbridge's Piano Bar newscast. Ad for the popular and sexy TV series, "Rex And The City." Farmers Ed and Flo discuss the American ban on Canadian beef. Paul Martin meets with George W. Bush and his twins, Barbara and Not Barbara. Kirsty Alley talks about her new show, "Fat Actress." Across Canada Today reports on local stories that the rest of the country doesn't care about. Ad for "Fear Factor." The Dyer Report with Gwynne Dyer. Ad for "Jewish Jeopardy." Gravol, the remedy for nausea caused by erectile-dysfunction commercials. Larry King talks to a Michael Jackson look-alike.

Part Two: Thank You News The Thank You News teams reports on Canada joins major terrorism exercise, scented bowling balls, cat eviction from Bangladesh hospital, chewing gum to increase breast size, Arnold Schwarzenegger wants to ban junk food from California schools, kids coat found with razor blades, Mel Gibson. Easter At Neverland Ranch Easter Bunny has a special present for Michael Jackson. Ad Absurdum Commercials – CIBC, Fido Guy, Kit Kat, Crescendo Rising Crust Pizza, Swiffer Duster, Rick Mercer and Blockbuster. Night Of The Living Harper Stephen Harper scares people into following his ideals. Inside Sports Tonight Inside sports host Vic Taber talks about Toronto Blue Jays, Roberto Alomar, congressional investigation into steroid use, Jose Canseco, NASCAR, Kobe Bryant. Stan's New Airline Stan’s new airline will help pick up the slack from the demise of Jetsgo. Short Order Cook: Bird Flu A short order cook shares her views on the Bird Flu. Bill Gates Knighting Animation Bill Gates gets knighted by the Queen. Alan Park: Not The Official Story Alan Park rants about Jetsgo, potholes in Quebec, Lord of the Rings musical, How to tell you’re in a rut, Da Vinci Code critism, Paris Hilton, and Billy Joel. The Hour: Martin's Speech George Stroumboulopoulos dissects a Paul Martin speech with the help of Jack Layton, Valerie Pringle and Melissa the fast food. Knob Of The Week Conservative Party loose cannon Cheryl Gallant is the Knob of the Week. Forest Couple Commercial ”Halls Shotguns” taking care of annoying woodpeckers. Charles & Camilla Animation Charles and Camilla get more than they bargained for when they hail a cab.moreless

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    Luba Goy

    Luba Goy

    Queen Elizabeth II; Kim Campbell; Sheila Copps; Brenda the Bingo Lady; Margaret Atwood; Harry Potter; Elizabeth Taylor; Monica L

    Roger Abbott

    Roger Abbott

    George W. Bush; Don Cherry; Jean Chretien; Peter Mansbridge; Gilbert Smythe(Bite Me); Ralph Klein; The Pope; Jimmy O'Toole; Bria

    Don Ferguson

    Don Ferguson

    Paul Martin; Bill Clinton; Bob Dylan; Lucien Bouchard; Lloyd Robertson; Dalton McGuinty; Pierre Trudeau; Ron MacLean; Prince Ch

    Craig Lauzon

    Craig Lauzon

    Ben Mulrony; George Stroumboulopoulos; others (2004- )

    Alan Park

    Alan Park

    Alan Park: Not the Official Story (2004- )

    Jessica Holmes (I)

    Jessica Holmes (I)

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

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Peter Mansbridge: A recently released report says that tanning beds are risky, but they're a really good way to fry bacon.

      • Peter Mansbridge: Molson has introduced a new caffeinated beer; no more blackouts. Now you can look forward to being awake and alert while you're getting booked for drunk driving.

      • Kirstie Alley: If "Fat Actress" doesn't work out, I'll go on a diet and create a new series, "Really Fat Actress."

      • (Discussing the Alaskan Wildlife Reserve)
        Paul Martin: What about all the caribou that will be threatened by the drilling?
        George W. Bush: Not to worry, most of them are terrorist caribou.

      • Ed: This whole beef-border debate has got farmers' longjohns puckered tighter than Stephen Harper at a gay pride parade.

      • Peter Mansbridge: After a trial that cost the Canadian taxpayers 100 million dollars, the Air India defendants have been found not guilty. The federal Liberals are upset; that's 100 million dollars they could have wasted on sponsorships.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Announcer: Be afraid. Be very afraid!

        The tagline for "Night of the Living Harper" was originally the tagline for the horror movie The Fly, starring Jeff Bridges.

      • The proposed military recruitment slogan "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" is also the title of a Pat Benatar song.

      • Kirstie Alley: I love the smell of salami. Smells like lunch!

        A possible reference to the film Apocalypse Now and Robert Duvall's famous line, "I love the smell of napalm in the morning. Smells like victory."