I hope you enjoyed the last episode. Thorne and Amaar, Amaar and Thorne--together at last... Sort of. And if that isn't strange enough, things will get even stranger in the next episode. And because we are a Canadian show with a natural tendency towards low self-esteem, we will praise this upcoming episode only because it was written by guy who wrote on The Office. Sure, he's Canadian and a very funny guy and a good father and all-around nice guy, but really who cares! He wrote on The Office!
Actually I care. Anthony Q. Farrell....I care deeply.
Here's the summary: Rayyan urges Amaar to befriend a lonely Rev. Thorne but quickly finds herself shut out when the former frenemies find much in common. Meanwhile, when a mishap at the Mosque is misread as a hate crime, Sarah covers for the Mayor until she has to come clean and mend fences between the Anglicans and the Muslims.
Next Monday at 8!
Greetings from Mercy. I hope everyone enjoyed A Kept Imam, this week's episode that was written by a rockin' young Muslim woman named Sadiya Durrani. She's funny, she's fresh, and she's from Winnipeg! And this week, we've got another episode from a different but equally funny Muslim lady, Little Mosque creator Zarqa Nawaz. (Yes, there is more than one funny Muslim lady! In fact, I like to imagine an army of hijabi comedians, all anxiously writing episodes of the Big Bang Theory in their basement, hoping to break into the tv biz!).
Next Monday's episode is called Loose Lips. In it, Amaar shares a funny, little quirk of Rayyan's as a way to show a congregant that all couples disagree about some things. But Rayyan is not amused to discover Amaar has been talking about her and bans him from saying anything else. Meanwhile, Sarah convinces Baber to pose as her boss in an attempt to land a conservative Muslim as a client for Hamoudi Construction.
Hilarity ensues. Please join us Monday January 24th at 8:00 PM on CBC.