A teacher, Mr. Anthony, teaches his students how to deal with various emotions appropriately. Mr. Anthony helps his students learn about emotions with stories about a superhero, Napkin Man, drawn on a napkin.
Based on the popular book from Scholastic Canada's "Dear Canada" series, "With Nothing But Our Courage" follows the choices and challenges faced by Mary MacDonald, a young mother during the... See full summary »
Began on CBC radio before going on television. See more »
Jean, you really stirred things up when you said that Mr. Day could be responsible for the destruction of Canada.
I know. Lucien Bouchard was livid; he says if anyone is out to destroy Canada, it should be him.
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While the early episodes (in particular the first 3 years) were absolutely hilarious and thoroughly enjoyable, "Air Farce" has been on a downward spiral for about 6 years now. It just isn't funny anymore. All the jokes are recycled and unfunny, and the cast is boring. The writing just isn't good anymore and they haven't introduced a decent character actor since Colin Mochrie as 'Queer Guy for Al Qaeda Guy'. All "Air Farce" does nowadays is rehash old jokes and predictably pick on whoever is in office wherever in Canada by commenting on their physical appearance etc.
For solid, funny social/political commentary, see "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" or "The Rick Mercer Report". Both are still hilarious and feature a lot more talent than "Air Farce". How this show got to 300 episodes is beyond my comprehension.
Letter Grade: F
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