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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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 (2003) See more »

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funny!
16 October 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

i saw this but didn't know there was more than one episode. if you get a chance to see it do yourself a favour and watch. ron sparks is very funny as i have seen him also on much music videos on trial where he is one of the best judge.

i wish i had seen the other episodes! i can't believe the letter he wrote was real i was practically pissing myself. he wrote to a nursing home to say he dropped his mom off at a nursing home (didn't know which one) and was it them? then when they said no he just gave up. the best part of this show like i said is that the letters was real. i can't believe how non caring the nursing home was!


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