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Spy Something or Get Out 

A Canadian Security Intelligence Service agent visits town, arousing suspicions around the mosque. Guest starring The Daily Show's Samantha Bee. Suspicions are aroused when CSIS agent Nancy... See full summary »

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Yasir Hamoudi
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Mayor Ann Popowicz
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Baber Siddiqui
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Reverend Duncan Magee
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Fred Tupper (credit only)
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Sarah Hamoudi
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Nancy Layton
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Mercy Resident (as Kashif Khan)
Todd Lewis
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A Canadian Security Intelligence Service agent visits town, arousing suspicions around the mosque. Guest starring The Daily Show's Samantha Bee. Suspicions are aroused when CSIS agent Nancy Layton (The Daily Show's Samantha Bee) comes to visit Mercy. She says she's here to fish, but Fatima thinks she's up to no good. Amaar argues for common sense: of course the government wouldn't spy on Mercy mosque... would it? Meanwhile, Amaar opens a store in the mosque to sell Islamic merchandise. He enlists Rayyan and Baber to run the store, unleashing Rayyan's competitive nature. Written by Anonymous

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Fatima Dinssa: A cash register is a dangerous weapon in the wrong hands.
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