History Series / ThisHourHas22Minutes

13th Sep '17 10:25:41 AM otaking3582
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* SubvertedKidsShow / StereotypeReactionGag: [[Series/TheBigComfyCouch Loonette the Clown]], offended by the reaction to the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_clown_sightings 2016 clown sightings]], tries to reassure the viewers that [[NonIronicClown all clowns are harmless and just want to make people happy]] ([[TakeThat except for]] [[UsefulNotes/McDonalds Ronald McDonald]]; she fully admits that he [[MemeticMolester shouldn't be trusted around children]]). But at then at the end of the segment, she pulls out a [[ChainsawGood chainsaw]] with the intent of [[MonsterClown killing all of the studio crew]].
9th Jul '17 8:40:22 PM bombadil211
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* AlterEgoActing: The cast originally played characters all the time, even when in the anchor chair. This was eventually dropped around 2006 with the cast reverting to using their real names while anchoring in the studio.


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* {{Buttmonkey}}: The show was unrelenting towards Stephen Harper while he was in power and the cast's barbs had none of the backhanded affection[=/=]respect that they showed to other politicians across the political spectrum.
6th Nov '16 11:05:47 PM Doryna
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* BackhandedApology: Anthony St. George's "Apology to America", a circa 2002 bit in which Colin Mochrie walks around Washington D.C. and passive-aggressively apologies on behalf of Canada for calling UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush a moron, cheaper lumber prices, Olympic hockey victories, reluctance for joining in the [[TheWarOnTerror Iraq War]], burning down TheWhiteHouse during the UsefulNotes/WarOf1812, various terrible Canadian celebrities and music inflicted on the U.S. over the decades, the state of American beer, and, finally, for [[ShapedLikeItself "apologizing for things in a passive-aggressive way which is really a thinly-veiled criticism]], because we've seen what you do to countries you get upset with."

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* BackhandedApology: Anthony St. George's "Apology to America", a circa 2002 bit in which Colin Mochrie walks around Washington D.C. and passive-aggressively apologies on behalf of Canada for calling UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush a moron, cheaper lumber prices, Olympic hockey victories, reluctance for joining in the [[TheWarOnTerror Iraq War]], burning down TheWhiteHouse during the UsefulNotes/WarOf1812, various terrible Canadian celebrities and music inflicted on the U.S. over the decades, the state of American beer, and, finally, for [[ShapedLikeItself "apologizing for things in a passive-aggressive way which is really a thinly-veiled criticism]], criticism]]... because we've seen what you do to countries you get upset with."
6th Nov '16 10:58:47 PM Doryna
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* BackhandedApology: Anthony St. George's "Apology to America", a circa 2002 bit in which Colin Mochrie walks around Washington D.C. and passive-aggressively apologies on behalf of Canada for calling UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush a moron, cheaper lumber prices, Olympic hockey victories, reluctance for joining in the [[TheWarOnTerror Iraq War]], burning down TheWhiteHouse during the UsefulNotes/WarOf1812, various terrible Canadian celebrities and music inflicted on the U.S. over the decades, the state of American beer, and, finally, for [[ShapedLikeItself "apologizing for things in a passive-aggressive way which is really a thinly-veiled criticism]], because we've seen what you do to countries you get upset with."
30th Sep '16 9:26:52 PM craigbear
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Even the ambush reporting done by "Marg: Princess Warrior" and other personas of the four cast members is popular, and few politicians have tried to escape or failed to bear up with good grace. The fact they are also on other networks at the time, as most ambushes are done during a MediaScrum, may have something to do with this.

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Even the ambush reporting done by "Marg: Princess Warrior" and other personas of the four cast members is popular, and few politicians politicians[[note]]except Rob Ford[[/note]] have tried to escape or failed to bear up with good grace. The fact they are also on other networks at the time, as most ambushes are done during a MediaScrum, may have something to do with this.
20th Aug '16 3:22:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* CanadianAccents: Specifically, heavy Maritime or Newfoundland accents; the production company is in Halifax, and the original four were all from Newfoundland.
12th Sep '15 8:30:42 PM C2
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Very popular in its early run, made a national star out of Rick Mercer (who later struck out on his own with ''Series/TheRickMercerReport''), and to a lesser extent Mary Walsh. At times, its influence on the Canadian political scene could be compared to the current influence of ''Series/TheDailyShow'' and ''Series/TheColbertReport'' on the American scene: as an example, there was a period when the Canadian Alliance (the then-right wing of the Canadian political landscape) was advocating a California-style referendum system, in which a petition signed by three percent of the population would cause a referendum to be held on the petition's subject. Rick Mercer picked up on this, announcing his plan to submit a petition for legislation to force Stockwell Day, the then-leader of the party, to change his first name to Doris. This resulted in well over three percent of the population "signing" on the show's web site by the next morning. It is arguable that this single event crushed Day's hopes for ever gaining the Prime Minister's office, although he later joined the government front bench. What is inarguable is that referendum idea was quickly and quietly dropped from the party's platform immediately and never brought up by them again.

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Very popular in its early run, made a national star out of Rick Mercer (who later struck out on his own with ''Series/TheRickMercerReport''), and to a lesser extent Mary Walsh. At times, its influence on the Canadian political scene could be compared to the current influence of ''Series/TheDailyShow'' and ''Series/TheColbertReport'' on the American scene: as an example, there was a period when the Canadian Alliance (the then-right wing of the Canadian political landscape) was advocating a California-style referendum system, in which a petition signed by three percent of the population would cause a referendum to be held on the petition's subject. Rick Mercer picked up on this, announcing his plan to submit a petition for legislation to force Stockwell Day, the then-leader of the party, to change his first name to Doris. This resulted in well over three percent of the population "signing" on the show's web site by the next morning. It is arguable that this single event crushed Day's hopes for ever gaining the Prime Minister's office, although he later joined the government front bench. What is inarguable is that referendum idea was quickly and quietly dropped from the party's platform immediately and never brought up by them again.
14th Aug '15 3:09:56 PM Doogie2K
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''This Hour Has 22 Minutes'' is a [[LongRunner long running]] political satire show on Creator/{{CBC}} set up as a a fake news show. The title comes from a famous and controversial weekly Canadian news show from TheSixties called ''This Hour has Seven Days'' (whose impact was widely felt enough that they could make a reference to it in 1993 and people would still get the joke). 22 Minutes is a half-hour show, and subtracting commercials they have about 22 minutes of actual content each episode.

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''This Hour Has 22 Minutes'' (more commonly ''22 Minutes'' recently) is a [[LongRunner long running]] political satire show on Creator/{{CBC}} set up as a a fake news show. The title comes from a famous and controversial weekly Canadian news show from TheSixties called ''This Hour has Seven Days'' (whose impact was widely felt enough that they could make a reference to it in 1993 and people would still get the joke). 22 Minutes is a half-hour show, and subtracting commercials they have about 22 minutes of actual content each episode.
17th Feb '15 5:16:14 AM C2
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* PissTakeRap: [[http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCAQtwIwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DVXzJCL0_xmM&ei=HD7jVLjoH4zooATvt4LIBA&usg=AFQjCNFlDOzM77nA3nuUHcaHFIHy4W3qow&sig2=0i1i0QXozm_BncO-RZoK7w&bvm=bv.85970519,d.cGU "Will the Real Rahim Jaffer Please Stand Up?]]", an Music/{{Eminem}} parody.
11th Dec '14 11:43:00 PM maxwellsilver
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