Thursday, November 01, 2007

Think of it as a little peace offering that reminds you of a committee-written Corner Gas

I admit, I have a soft spot for Little Mosque on the Prairie; it has funny moments and is light hearted even if it suffers from that CBC writing style that feels like either everybody in the office or merely everybody in the office got a kick at the scripts.
Still, it's well intentioned and has enough value to make me watch an episode here and there. And it's going to Israel...
Israelis, Palestinians weigh in on CBC's Little Mosque
A Canadian sitcom about Muslims living in rural Saskatchewan had its first broadcast in Israel Monday night, aiming to deliver a touch of Canadian humour to an often tense region.

Produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Little Mosque on the Prairie is a half-hour depiction of a small Muslim community living in the fictional prairie town of Mercy.

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