Ron Sparks is a lonely man who lives in a bomb shelter somewhere in Canada. His only contact with the outside world has been through correspondence. He writes people/companies with insane ... See full summary »
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Ron Sparks is a lonely man who lives in a bomb shelter somewhere in Canada. His only contact with the outside world has been through correspondence. He writes people/companies with insane requests and gets hilarious responses. The letters and replies are all real. Written by Bryan Roy

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January 2005 (Canada)  »

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All four episodes were taped in one day, using first-time producers and directors, on a budget of only $10,000. See more »

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Follows Cream of Comedy (2001) See more »

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effing funny
15 February 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I have seen Ron Spark do stand up comedy a lot and love him so I like this show just for him alone. He is living in a bomb shelter and wearing a suit, in the episode I saw he wrote a letter to the C.N. tower and wrote up plans to jump off the tower dressed up like a super hero. Then he got the letter back saying he will be arrested and a police warrant. The intro at the start say the letters are real but I think that is part of the joke. If the other episodes are as funny keeping an eye out to see them. The typewriter is from like 1900. I only saw one episode so I don't know why or how he got there and there is nobody else in the show (not in that episode). Because it's not explained and there is not much going on and it is only a few minutes I give it 6 out of 10 stars instead of a perfect 10.


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