22 Minutes, Season 20HD
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Celebrating its milestone 20th season this year, 22 MINUTES continues its tradition of rabble-rousing, no-holds-barred political comedy and commentary. At the forefront of any breaking news (and sometimes doing the breaking,) this season of 22 MINUTES celebrates the legacy of the series and its current and past cast members. No story is off-limits and no personality is too big for the 22 MINUTES team to tackle.
|1||HDVideoSeptember 18, 2012||Mrs Enid ponders 50 Shades of Grey, Don Cherry (Mark Critch) takes shots at the NHL, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Shaun Majumder) laments Canada's sudden breakup with Iran, and Susan Kent holds court with Canadian tennis star, Milos Raonic.||21:39||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoSeptember 25, 2012||Storage Wars Toronto discovers 'priceless' impacts from the NHL lockout, Jesus's wife turns up at the Last Supper, Duchess Kate reveals her thoughts on royal privacy and PEI Witness News searches for seats at the NDP convention.||21:33||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoOctober 2, 2012||Mary Walsh returns as one of her beloved characters to weigh-in on the Rona Ambrose controversy and Rex Murphy (Mark Critch) gets worked up about Justin Trudeau's Liberal leadership intentions.||21:31||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoOctober 9, 2012||Justin Trudeau's Liberal leadership bid gets 'fine-tuned' by 22 Minutes, NDP MP Stoffer reacts to Conservative MP Anders, The Real Housewives of Town compete to welcome a foreigner from the tropics, Susan Kent holds court with Canadian tennis star Milos Raonic.||21:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoOctober 16, 2012||Famous 20's tune, Puttin' On The Ritz, gets beefy new lyrics (inspired by Federal Agriculture Minister, Gerry Ritz); Mysterious men in black offer the average Canadian how-to tips for expediting 'Access to Information Requests'; Raj Binder presents an explosive investigative report into photo-bombing; and, Apple's CEO reveals the company's newest product iPad-Mini, or was that the iPad-Maxi?||21:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoOctober 30, 2012||Mark Critch battles the REAL Barry Weiss (Storage Wars star) over a storage unit stuffed with Canadian content; 22 Minutes travels to Victoria to drill into the Northern Gateway Pipeline protest; the hit movie "Paranormal Activity" gets a Canadian-style remake perfect for the faint of heart with the release of "Normal Activity"; and a job posting for the new Ontario Premier is announced.||21:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDVideoNovember 6, 2012||America Votes, Canada Watches - Don Cherry (Mark Critch) gives 110% with his game-day commentary of Republicans versus Democrats; an all-star 22 Minutes political panel, featuring Mrs Enid, Housewive's Agnes and Raj Binder, predicts the results; and, U.S.-Canada relations expert Janet Tucker takes a look back over the fence with a frank America-on-top 'comparison' of the two countries.||21:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDVideoNovember 13, 2012||Jian Ghomeshi appears on 22 Minutes as guest host; famous illusionist, David Blaine (Shaun Majumder) makes magic happen at Tim Hortons; Mark Critch shares a laugh with MPs Bob Rae, Thomas Mulcair, Tony Clement and Lisa Raitt at the annual Parliamentary Press Dinner in Ottawa; Movember gets a musical tribute by several well-known Canadian songsters.||21:35||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDVideoNovember 27, 2012||22 Minutes catches Bond fever when a real 007 (George Lazenby from On Her Majesty's Secret Service) turns up from retirement to guest in 22 Minutes Bond film remake. Also this week, the Grey Cup winners get ambushed in their locker room and the NHL hockey lockout gets some much-needed play.||21:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDVideoDecember 4, 2012||Marc Garneau launches his bid for the Liberal leadership; Mrs Enid plans some doomsday hankypanky in response to the Mayan calendar prediction; and, just in time for Christmas, the Boyfriend Body Pillow gets a passionate consumer test drive.||21:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDVideoDecember 11, 2012: Holiday Special||Switch on your Christmas cheer with the 22 Minutes Holiday Special, featuring guest appearances from original cast members, Mary Walsh and Greg Thomey. Also in this episode, the Real Housewives of Town reveal their Secret Santa secrets, Barry Weiss does his Christmas shopping Storage Wars-style, famous Canadian actor, Gordon Pinsent joins the Three Wise Men for a gift-seeking pilgrimage at the mall, and the classic holiday story, The Hockey Sweater, gets a rewrite. The Queen (Cathy Jones) and Canadian premiers from coast-to-coast-to-coast join the 22 Minutes cast for holiday fun during this hour-long special episode.||43:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDVideoJanuary 8, 2013||22 Minutes launches the second half of its 20th season, with fan-favourite sketches from the first half of its season, including: Apple reveals its newest iPad-Mini and -Maxi; a classic Bond film enjoys a timely remake; Justin Trudeau's Liberal leadership speech gets auto-tuned; Mrs Enid ponders 50 Shades of Grey; hit movie "Paranormal Activity" takes on a softer tone with the release of "Normal Activity"; rockers release "Guitar for Tarsands" in support of Western Canada; and, AHL owner, Danny Williams, talks hockey.||21:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDVideoJanuary 15, 2013||Our tech expert goes crazy over the debut of innovative new TVs at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas; we present Canadians with an essential pre-game primer from the birthplace of hockey just in time for the return of NHL hockey; and, inspired by the hit movie, prominent French-Canadians raise their voices to immortalize the most recent chapter of Quebec history with political intrigue, citizen redemption, and student protests.||21:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||HDVideoJanuary 22, 2013||News of Cirque du Soleil performer layoffs finds them matched to surprising new job opportunities, Mark Critch goes to Washington for Obama's coronation, and Susan Kent reports from the red carpet at the Liberal Leadership Debate in Vancouver.||21:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||HDVideoJanuary 29, 2013||News of declining sales at Hooters is forcing the restaurant chain to rebrand to attract a broader clientele; 22 Minutes is with Tony Clement for the opening of Parliament; A new drama from PBS combines British period drama with British entertainers The Beatles in "Downton Abbey Road".||21:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||HDVideoFebruary 19, 2013||Outgoing Liberal leader, Bob Rae, receives comic tribute; former Blue Jay, Jose Canseco, shares details of his Toronto mayoral bid; and, Canada offers a potential contender for Pope.||21:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|17||HDVideoFebruary 26, 2013||The Vinyl Cafe's Stuart McLean takes on Nickelback lyrics and Hockey Night in Canada; Mary Zilba from the Real Housewives of Vancouver, drops in on her not-as-glamorous-as-she-remembered cousin Bethy.||21:18||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|18||HDVideoMarch 5, 2013||Murdoch Mysteries' Yannick Bisson joins the 22 cast as guest host, Mark Critch rrrrrrolls up the rim directly from the Tim Horton's Ontario coffee roastery, and Shaun Majumder reports from inside the red carpet at the new Canadian Screen Awards.||21:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|19||HDVideoMarch 19, 2013||Mark Critch hits it out of the park at the Blue Jays spring training camp; surprise home visits by EI auditors inspire a new Canadian reality show PEI-EI-PIs; and, Commander Hadfield (Mark Critch) discovers the consequences of tweeting and singing from space.||21:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|20||HDVideoMarch 26, 2013||22 Minutes reacts to the new federal budget, makes a house call to Thomas Mulcair at Stornoway, and enlists the help of "Captain 22" for a report from the Toronto comic book convention.||21:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|21||HDVideoApril 2, 2013||Mark Critch joins Justin Trudeau on the campaign trail, Mary Walsh returns for a surprise visit to the Senate, and PEI-EI-PIs resurface with another EI investigation.||21:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
You charge for this?
The CBC already receives around $1.1 billion in tax money. All Canadians get this channel for free even without cable (whether we want it or not). What business does the CBC have selling this tax-funded content back to taxpayers? This is ridiculous.
Worth every penny in order not to have cable or satellite or .... Commercials. Thank you CBC!
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- Genre: Comedy
- Released: Sep 18, 2012
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