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Teresa Pavlinek ...  Jane Black 27 episodes, 2004-2007
Kate Trotter ...  Stella 27 episodes, 2004-2007
Patricia Zentilli ...  Susan 26 episodes, 2006-2007
Darren Boyd ...  Walton 26 episodes, 2006-2007
Andrew Misle ...  Iggy 26 episodes, 2006-2007
Hardee T. Lineham Hardee T. Lineham ...  Carey / ... 26 episodes, 2006-2007
Nigel Shawn Williams Nigel Shawn Williams ...  Desmond 14 episodes, 2006-2007
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2004 (Canada) See more »

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Teresa Pavlinek and Kate Trotter are the only two original cast members from the 2004 pilot episode. See more »

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Whenever Jane rides the subway, the doors shown have a green light with two circles directly above them. While these green lights are used on buses, subway trains in Toronto have a flat orange light that is incorporated into the door frame. See more »

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Once again another stupid Canadian sitcom
3 August 2006 | by zigg17See all my reviews

Here's why the Jane Show won't work. Once again Canadian bonehead producers and writers can't create a sitcom without putting some kind of different spin on it. I guess these people don't watch a lot of T.V. from the U.S. which has the sitcom model down pat. No, here we have to do something different, we have to make the A story absolutely absurd and then have a meaningful B story to try to make up for it. The characters are two dimensional and the story lines are way over the top: Forklift races??? give me freaking break. Here's a little advice for the writers of the show, Don't write funny situations, find the funny in situations. And remember, you have to be born with a sense of humor to write truly funny stuff, not just be an improv monkey.


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