Dead dog cafe comedy hour

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dead dog cafe comedy hour

Dead Dog Cafe by Thomas King

You know the regulars by now: Jasper Friendly Bear, or Captain Dead Dog. Voted most likely to aim for world domination, always using Tom as his reluctant pawn. Gracie Heavy Hand, the more pragmatic one. As a businesswoman shes very supportive of Jasper, when it stands to make her some money. Or offers her an opportunity to laugh at Tom. Then theres Tom King, who gets to play himself. And open the door for the fire. He thinks hes cerebral. He also thinks he understands both native and white cultures, but....Well, he tries.
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Episode 15 - Dead Dog Cafe Comedy Hour - Season 2

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Dead Dog Cafe Comedy Hour

The show borrowed numerous elements from King's novel. All the main characters were Canadian aboriginals , although in the show they call themselves and other native peoples 'Indians'. The humor is wry and sarcastic, and often dark. The show was a mix of scathing political critique, social commentary, mock cultural stereotyping—mostly white, or white perceptions of native peoples, and irreverent comedy. Despite the name, the show was 15 minutes long. The show had a number of regular segments, including:. Twenty-six new episodes were planned and aired again over the summer of

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The show borrowed numerous elements from King's novel. All the main characters were Canadian aboriginals , although in the show they call themselves and other native peoples 'Indians'. The humor is wry and sarcastic, and often dark. The show was a mix of scathing political critique, social commentary, mock cultural stereotyping—mostly white, or white perceptions of native peoples, and irreverent comedy. Despite the name, the show was 15 minutes long. The show had a number of regular segments, including:. Twenty-six new episodes were planned and aired again over the summer of

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  1. Ziedeschepul1975 says:

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  2. Grace H. says:

    The Globe and Mail: Canada's Apartheid: Comic genius or 'niggers in red face'? (1/7)

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