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* BrakeAngrily: Dave the Cabbie does this at one point when a passenger mentions paying for a purchase (to an associate on the phone, not for the cab ride) with her Visa card.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mike from Canmore was originally "Mike from Calgary", his monologue in front of the city's skyline. The radio show would have him from other cities starting with "C", such as Coquitlam.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mike from Canmore was originally "Mike from Calgary", [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld406w0aIqk his monologue monologue]] being in front of the city's skyline. The radio show would have him from other cities starting with "C", such as Coquitlam.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mike from Canmore was originally "Mike from Calgary", his monologue in front of the city's skyline.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mike from Canmore was originally "Mike from Calgary", his monologue in front of the city's skyline. The radio show would have him from other cities starting with "C", such as Coquitlam.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Mike from Canmore was originally "Mike from Calgary", his monologue in front of the city's skyline.


* UnusualEuphemism: When a skit requires a character to say "the F-word", they use the word "pup", sometimes quite obviously.

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* UnusualEuphemism: UnusualEuphemism:
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When a skit requires a character to say "the F-word", they use the word "pup", sometimes quite obviously.

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** "Hi! I'm Ed Broadbent!"


* AudibleGleam: Several of the sketches, including the New Years' Eve 2012 spoof of ''Series/MurdochMysteries'', employ this.



* AudibleGleam: Several of the sketches, including the New Years' Eve 2012 spoof of ''Series/MurdochMysteries'', employ this.


-->'''Afghani Puppet:''' People have the wrong idea about OsamaBinLaden!

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-->'''Afghani Puppet:''' People have the wrong idea about OsamaBinLaden!UsefulNotes/OsamaBinLaden!


** "I'm not bitter." (John Nunziata, usually in an [[IResembleThatRemark extremely bitter tone of voice]].

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** "I'm not bitter." (John Nunziata, usually in an [[IResembleThatRemark extremely bitter tone of voice]].voice]])


** "I'm not bitter." (John Nunziata, usually in an [[IResembleThatMark extremely bitter tone of voice]].

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** "I'm not bitter." (John Nunziata, usually in an [[IResembleThatMark [[IResembleThatRemark extremely bitter tone of voice]].

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** "Gosh, I love me." (Stockwell Day)
** "I'm not bitter." (John Nunziata, usually in an [[IResembleThatMark extremely bitter tone of voice]].

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** [[LifeImitatesArt Amazingly]], the Bloc proceeded to turn in their strongest result ever, becoming [[IronicName Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition]], which ''no one'' (else) saw coming.


* SpecialGuest: Many a politician or newsmaker has found themselves on the show, whether they agreed to it or not. Also, stars from other similar shows have made appearances, most notably when Rick Mercer from ''ThisHourHas22Minutes'' appeared to mentor character Seamus O'Toole, who was trying to deliver a "streeter"-style commentary in Rick Mercer's style.

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* SpecialGuest: Many a politician or newsmaker has found themselves on the show, whether they agreed to it or not. Also, stars from other similar shows have made appearances, most notably when Rick Mercer from ''ThisHourHas22Minutes'' ''Series/ThisHourHas22Minutes'' appeared to mentor character Seamus O'Toole, who was trying to deliver a "streeter"-style commentary in Rick Mercer's style.


* CanadianAccents / CanadaEh: Played with in every single episode. The troupe are accomplished mimics and play regional characters from across the country.

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* CanadianAccents / CanadaEh: Played with in every single episode. The troupe are accomplished mimics and play regional characters from across the country.

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