A Newfoundland, Canada focused sketch comedy show.
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Cathy Jones ...  Various 35 episodes, 1986-1989
Greg Malone ...  Various 35 episodes, 1986-1989
Tommy Sexton ...  Various 35 episodes, 1986-1989
...  Various 35 episodes, 1986-1989
Andy Jones ...  Various 35 episodes, 1986-1989
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A Newfoundland, Canada focused sketch comedy show.

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more edgy than anything ever on TV before or since
1 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

Canada has produced most of the funniest television of north america. While it may not be our major industry, it is one where the Americans do much of their recruiting. But Hollywood never travelled as far as Newfoundland, preferring the manhattanian luxuries of Toronto. It is a shame because Codco is the most original, biting, and hilarious TV comedy sketch show ever recorded. Produced at the same time as Kids in the hall, it was always the far edgier, more scathing, and a whole lot less "lite" than the Kids were. But it was the Kids who went to America, at the same time the Cod disappeared from the newfoundland fisheries. Suspicious timing there, methinks.


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