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Olivieri , K. Orwell , G. Park , R. Partington , A. Pawluk , C. Peeters , B. Penney , B. Pitout , M. Pizziconi , B. Plester , B. Pomerantz , A. Canadian television also frequently showcases stand-up comedians. The popular series Comics , based around one comedian each week, has been the first national television exposure for many of Canada's current comedy stars. Another series, Just for Laughs , has for many years presented comedians appearing at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Critic Geoff Pevere has pointed out, however, that American television has produced a lot of bad sitcoms as well.
The difference, according to Pevere, is that the economics of television production in Canada mean that whereas an unpopular American sitcom may be cancelled and largely forgotten after just a few weeks, Canadian television networks can rarely afford to lose their investment — meaning that a Canadian sitcom almost always airs every episode that was produced, regardless of its performance in the ratings.
On the other hand, Canadian television comedy fares much better when it breaks the sitcom form, especially with dramedy. Canada has a national television channel, The Comedy Network , devoted to comedy. That show was a sellout success; in , he made his television debut as one of the writers and performers on This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Mercer's "rants", short op-ed pieces on Canadian politics and culture, quickly became the show's signature segment.
When he published a collection of rants in as Streeters , the book quickly became a bestseller. Mercer left 22 Minutes in to devote more time to his other series, Made in Canada. When that series ended its run, he launched the new Rick Mercer Report. Another famous comedic export in the same era was Tom Green , whose surreal and sometimes grotesque humour on The Tom Green Show began as a community cable show in Ottawa before becoming a hit on MTV.
As with many other genres, Canadian television comedy also frequently plays with the topic of Canada's relationship with the United States. Mercer turned another 22 Minutes segment, Talking to Americans , into a television special, which was a ratings smash. Dixon", visited American cities to ask people on the street for their opinion on a Canadian news story — the joke for Canadians was that the news story was always fabricated, and either inherently ridiculous e.
Another notable show, the sitcom An American in Canada , reversed that formula, finding comedy in the culture shock of an American television reporter taking a job with a Canadian TV station. Tom Green once played with this staple of Canadian comedy as well, during a controversial segment in which he burned a Canadian flag. In the same vein as Air Farce and 22 Minutes , a number of notable web sites have emerged to publish articles that either satirize real events or wholly invent stories that lampoon aspects of Canadian culture.
Frank magazine, which originated as a printed publication, has been joined in recent years by The Lapine, The Beaverton and Mooseclean's, the latter of which are modeled after The Onion and Maclean's , respectively. Over the past eight years they have given out more than awards in three categories - live comedy, film and television.
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