Monday, 22 August 2016

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Friday, 19 August 2016

Preview of Episode 8 "I Just Wanna Win" in Havana, Cuba

Leg 8 heads to Havana, Cuba. I can hear the complainers now, droning on with their persistent crap about the Canadian Race should stay in Canada, and what does Cuba have to do with Canada? Well, you morons, think: the U.S. embargo on Cuba while Canada maintained a relationship with them. And also think of Trudeau and Castro. That's Pierre Elliot Trudeau, not Justin. Really. But I have figured out why these people are so adamant the show stays in Canada. They really don't know too much about their own country and have to depend on a reality program to learn about Canada. Well, watch TVO or go take a night class somewhere or something, because this is the format for Amazing Race Canada.

Meanwhile...
I've got SPOILERS here...

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

The Bachelorette Canada

          Photo: Corus/W Network
Well, well, well. Are you ready for this?

The first season of The Bachelorette Canada is set to premiere on the W Network on Tuesday, September 13th at 9 PM ET/PT.

If you are thinking this series will be anything like The Bachelor Canada's two previous seasons, think again.  I believe production has wiped the chalkboard clean and are starting over from scratch. Here is what we know so far...

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Jasmine's Bachelors: Part 1

Photo Courtesy: Corus Ent/W Network

Here are the first 5 of Jasmine Lorimer's 20 Bachelors, all vying to become her future ex-fiance:
(Additional names & bios will be added in additional posts, as they become available by Corus/W Network.)

Monday, 8 August 2016

The Bachelorette Canada Week-by-Week Summary

The Bachelorette Canada, Jasmine Lorimer          Photo Courtesy: Corus/WNetwork
Check here each week - starting September 13th at 9 PM ET/PT.



For more information on each episode, please visit my EPISODE RECAP & REVIEW Posts:

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Thursday, 4 August 2016

Preview of Episode 7 "I Could Be Prime Minister"

There are major spoilers here that may offend the squeamish. 

Oh, the horror! The horror!

As all six teams survive a KOR at the pitstop in Hamilton, and are now heading to Kingston, we are all left with the worst cliffhanger since "Who killed J.R.?" or, more recently, "Who did Lucille kill?" We are all on pins and needles over the fate of poor, poor dear Joel and Ashley. All I can say is...

Friday, 29 July 2016

Big Brother Canada 5 Now Casting

It has begun again.

Casting for season 5 is now in full swing, and hopefuls have until Monday, October 24th to submit an online application (note the proviso that says that date may be changed at any time). Head on over to the official site http://bigbrothercanadacasting.ca/  and read the application instructions very carefully. Something else that you should read very carefully is the waiver.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Preview of Episode 6 "Am I Really Operating the Plane?"



There are spoilers here, so I must
warn you NOT to click through,
unless you really want to know...

Recap of Episode 5: "The Little Blind Tugboat That Could"

I really looked forward to this episode. Following two very dynamic and difficult legs in Vietnam, it was supposed to be the gem of the season. Surely this was going to be the best of the domestic legs this year. I wanted to be overwhelmed by the beauty of northwest British Columbia, entranced by the Haida peoples, and most of all, thoroughly entertained by a well constructed TAR leg.

I wasn't. Well, it was gorgeous and the Haida segment was nice, don't get me wrong. But I just felt they could have done so much more with it. And this leg had only 3 tasks, two of which were Roadblocks. No Detour. I think it made for a boring leg, making it very linear. No real flipping back and forth of positions. And the timed seaplane and ferry departures only aggravated the situation.