What happens to the small town of Hardisty, Alberta when all the women leave for 7 days? How will the men and children survive?
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2009   2008  
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...  Narrator 8 episodes, 2009
...  Narrator 8 episodes, 2008
Christine Barrett ...  Herself 5 episodes, 2009
Daniel Barrett ...  Himself 5 episodes, 2009
Rob Barrett ...  Himself 5 episodes, 2009
Micah Stewart ...  Himself 5 episodes, 2009
Treva Stewart ...  Herself 5 episodes, 2009
Robert Mattatall ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2009
Jimmie LeFresne ...  Himself 4 episodes, 2009
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What happens to the small town of Hardisty, Alberta when all the women leave for 7 days? How will the men and children survive?

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Remade as The Week the Women Went (2012) See more »

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Finally -- a reality show that feels REAL.
7 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

Although only a few episodes into the series I've grown quite interested in this show. It's real, it's Canadian, and it's as unvarnished as a Kiwanis Club picnic. It has quickly come to feel as comfortable as my favourite old pair of jeans. THIS is what reality TV should be! The closest the Americans have come would have to be those spousal-swap shows, which unfortunately must exploit the fish-out-of-water concept to a ridiculous degree to have any appeal. By contrast, TWTWW is based on a brilliantly simple premise that's very well executed, enabling us to sit back and enjoy without having to dial-down our IQs into two digits for the hour. Kudos to the families of Hardisty, Alberta, for baring all for the cameras and letting us check out the gritty details of their ordinary lives, and kudos to the producers for making those throwing just enough chaos into those ordinary lives to make for some truly entertaining television, without stooping to the level of US-style theatrics.


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