Royal Canadian Air Farce

Season 16 Episode 358

November 14, 2008

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 14, 2008 on CBC
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November 14, 2008
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Stephen Harper telephones Barack Obama. An office worker suffers through Take Your Parents To Work Day. Newfoundlanders celebrate the end of equalization payments, but Ontarians aren't so happy. Susan Born With An Attitude sings protest songs about the upcoming 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Friday Night News talks about who's seeking the Liberal leadership, New Zealand's election, the abandonment of plans for a National Portrait Gallery, endangered beetles being found in Nova Scotia, Melissa Fung, a prisoner escape in Saskatchewan, Ontario's e coli outbreak, government employees abusing their credit cards, the death of the world's ugliest dog, the Anglican Church's Facebook page, and a grow-op fire in Kitchener. Michael Ignatieff plans to seize the Liberal leadership with his Bob Rae gun and a giant magnifying glass. Jay Ingram and Ramona Ick discuss Internet addiction. Flashback: a couple in Quebec suffers through the aftermath of 1998's ice storm.moreless

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      • Friday Night News Anchor: In Kitchener Ontario, a marijuana grow-op was discovered by firemen responding to a kitchen blaze. Safety officials remind homeowners, never leave your pot on the stove unattended.

      • Barack Obama: It is important that I listen to Canada's concerns. I was just thinking about that this morning when I was walking on the reflecting pool.

      • Stephen Harper: You know, Canada is still talking about your speech November 4th. It was truly an emotional, historic moment.
        Barack Obama: I know. I was there. Unfortunately, after my Monday briefing with Bush, my mantra went from, "Yes, we can," to, "Holy crap, what have we gotten into?"

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