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  • Aug 8, 2011
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Funny show that takes a comical look at living as a Moslem in a small Canadian town. Themes are universal so even those of us in the US get the jokes.
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The fictional rural prairie town of Mercy, Saskatchewan, was never the same after a cast of unlikely characters set up shop. See, these folks lean on the Middle East side of things and bring with them a culture that is not only foreign, it also creates wonderfully comedic moments that touch on all aspects of society and religion.
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