At the Hotel (2006– )
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Hrant Alianak ...
Zlawko
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Slavic
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Michael Quenton
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J.J. Knowlton
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Jacob
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Adelaide
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Irina
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Deacon
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Graham Wolf
Martha Henry ...
Lucy
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Carmelita
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Jenny
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Jeremy
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Gerta
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Milos
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4 April 2006 (Canada)  »

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Le Temps Des Fleurs (Those Were The Days)
Written by Eddy Marnay, Eugene Raskin (as Gene Raskin)
Published by Essex Music, Inc. - ASCAP
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The most bizarre episode yet, and I loved it
30 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

My fascination with this show grows with every episode. Nothing I've read prepared me for how twisted it would become, like Neil Simon done by Neil Gaiman. It ought to be a cult favourite, in Canada at least.

The temporary guests this episode were a weirder bunch than usual, including a pro poker player (something happened to him but it wasn't what I expected) and a Cardinal fresh from Rome and speaking little English. His hotel experience was bizarre.

As for the staff and residents, we finally get to know more about the hotel security manager. The new chambermaid's new romance hits a snag and the strange bald man is after her once again. The owners are still at odds with each other and I spent the hour holding my breath lest their family feud spill over into bloodshed.

Some great backstabbing on the political front as well.

I am all agog to see Episode 5.


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