A coming-of-age show about adolescent Thomas Thompson growing up in the small town of Maplewood, Québec Canada.

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Series cast summary:
 Thomas Thompson 40 episodes, 1996-1998
Sarah Osman ...
Albert Rosos ...
Chantal Kemp ...
 Tracey Thompson 23 episodes, 1996-1998
Jamieson Boulanger ...
Ken Munday ...
Norris Domingue ...
Vernon Chapman ...
 Mr. Deschesnes 17 episodes, 1996-1998


Thomas Thompson has lived in the small rural town Maplewood, Québec his whole life. His family includes his parents, younger sister Tracy, and older brother Dennis. Dennis recently got an academic scholarship to McGill University and moves out, while cousin Alex moves in. Thomas' best friends are Lisa and Simon, who have his back no matter what. This Canadian show takes an intimate look at the life of a youth entering high school, and all the fun and turmoil that comes out of life. Written by powermandan

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Mayor Mr. Hodge is also the town's barber. See more »


Judging from the flag in the mayor's office, Maplewood takes place in Québec. But throughout the series, the only francophone element is the character Mr. Deschanes. See more »

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Jamie Elman appears in nine episodes, but appears in the opening credits for the first twenty-seven episodes. See more »

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Great show
5 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

I loved the show when I was younger. I'm sure now it wouldn't be as good, but it was a great Canadian show that had an interesting plot and actual talented actors. The show ran along side shows such as "wish bone" and "Popular Mechanics for Kids". The show was intended for a younger audience but still held it's own. I'm disappointed that they canceled it after the first season and am even more upset that they don't play the re-runs, especially seeing as they still play re-runs of "Ned's Newt". But all in all it was a great show it had it's touching moment and it's funny times and I'm sad to see that it's gone for good. I hope this comment helped anyone wondering about the show.

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