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 Herself - Judge / ... 57 episodes, 2009-2013
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 Herself / ... 41 episodes, 2009-2013
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 Herself / ... 39 episodes, 2009-2013
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 Himself - Judge 29 episodes, 2010-2011
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Four former Montréal Canadiens are competing in Season 4: Mathieu Dandenault, Vladimir Malakhov, Brian Savage, and Scott Thornton. See more »

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Just had to point out the flaws in the only other review by ram-30
16 February 2014 | by (Northumberland UK) – See all my reviews

First off ram-30, Dragon's Den is NOT an original Canadian show it's English. Also, Battle of the Blades sounds a lot like the UK show, Dancing on Ice. To say "no other country would have the" whatevers to do a show like that....WRONG!

So, before you go spouting absolute rubbish and making wild assumptions in a TV show review section just to try and big up Canada, try to remember that, in Canada, you are not aware of EVERY OTHER SHOW that has ever been on TV in the world.

Finally, Canadian Idol was not a rip off of American Idol as both the Canadian and American versions are rip-offs of the UK show Pop Idol.

To say you're as bad as an American for assuming that "if it hasn't happened I my country it never has" is an understatement. Then again, what do people say Canadians are, brainless Americans? Sounds about right to me.


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