Chilly Beach is a Canadian island town where the tourists are few and the beer is plentiful. Hockey is a way of life and the bears eat people, including Santa every year.
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 Admiral (24 episodes, 2003-2005)
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 Dale McDonald (16 episodes, 2003-2005)
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The town of Chilly Beach is a ridiculously unsuccessful Canadian resort community, somehow built on the shores of a drifting ice floe in the far, far north. Its two most adventurous residents are Dale and Frank, two hockey-playing, beer-drinking best friends who have spent their whole lives here largely oblivious to the outside world. Along with the rest of the quirky townsfolk, they confront the inhospitable climate, outrageous culture clashes with visiting foreigners, exaggerated Canadian customs both old and new, and whatever other surreal and perilous situations their unique home throws their way. Written by Anonymous

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Inferior, lame Canadian attempt to emulate South Park
3 May 2004 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I'm surprised there hasn't been a lawsuit filed against this series for copyright infringement. Then again, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone probably wouldn't even bother themselves with this pathetic knockoff...which sadly enough, also happens to be Canadian.

While the animation for Chilly Beach isn't bad, you'd think that the creators of this series could have attempted to make something fresh and original, instead of a toned-down copy of a successful American show. I know someone mentioned that this series is not as rude or vulgar...but isn't that the reason why most people enjoy South Park to begin with?

Do yourself a favor, and skip this "South Park-Lite", and go for the real thing.


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