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Little Mosque on the Prairie - 205 - Mercy BeetNov 7, 2007 | 22:28Little Mosque on the Prairie 205 - Mercy Beet VideoClosed Captions available
Little Mosque on the Prairie 205 - Mercy Beet Nov 7, 2007 | 22:28When Toronto Maple Leaf's star Darcy Tucker endorses a brand of beet juice made in Mercy, the company's stock goes through the roof—and Yasir cashes in. Pretty soon the entire town has shares. Sarah helps the Mayor re-brand the town as beet capital of Canada. But will the “beet train” lead them to riches or derail the whole town?
Little Mosque on the Prairie - 204 - Lucky DayOct 24, 2007 | 22:29Little Mosque on the Prairie 204 - Lucky Day VideoClosed Captions available
Little Mosque on the Prairie 204 - Lucky Day Oct 24, 2007 | 22:29Sarah's habit of buying lottery tickets runs her afoul of both Islam and her daughter. Of course, when she actually wins, Sarah and Yasir have to hide it from Rayyan. Meanwhile, Amaar struggles to hip-ify Muslim youth day by re-branding it “Islamapalooza.” Eventually, just when the entire day is about to collapse, Amaar receives a sizeable anonymous donation. Sarah mightn't be such a bad Muslim after all.
Little Mosque on the Prairie - 203 - Public AccessOct 17, 2007 | 22:29Little Mosque on the Prairie 203 - Public Access VideoClosed Captions available
Little Mosque on the Prairie 203 - Public Access Oct 17, 2007 | 22:29Mercy's local public access TV station asks Amaar to host an Islamic-themed program. But when he brings Rayyan on as a guest and she steals the show, they suddenly find themselves as co-hosts. Sarah can't suppress her PR instincts and gets in on the game. Not to be left out, Yasir finds the show to be a perfect vehicle for some subtle Hamoudi Construction sponsorship. Meanwhile, Layla faces the wrath of her father after a hair dye job goes wrong, and suddenly wearing the hijab doesn't seem like such a bad idea to her.
Little Mosque on the Prairie - 202 - Ban the BurqaOct 10, 2007 | 22:29Little Mosque on the Prairie 202 - Ban the Burqa VideoClosed Captions available
Little Mosque on the Prairie 202 - Ban the Burqa Oct 10, 2007 | 22:29There's trouble in Mercy when a mystery woman shows up at the mosque wearing a face veil. Sarah finds it oppressive. Fred finds it creepy. Baber falls in love, but doesn't have a way with women so he enlists Yasir to turn him into a ladies' man. Meanwhile, Rayyan defends the woman's right to wear the veil, even if it means contravening an ancient Mercy by-law.
Little Mosque on the Prairie - 201 - Grave ConcernOct 3, 2007 | 22:28Little Mosque on the Prairie 201 - Grave Concern VideoClosed Captions available
Little Mosque on the Prairie 201 - Grave Concern Oct 3, 2007 | 22:28When a local cemetery is in financial crisis, Baber and Yasir see an opportunity. Why not buy a portion to use as a Muslim cemetery? This will guarantee being buried in the traditional Muslim way: on their right side, facing Mecca. But when they purchase some plots, they realize Mecca isn't the only thing they will spend eternity facing—namely a garish, country music blastin' honky tonk! Meanwhile, Rayyan pushes to have a woman give the mosque’s community announcements. Sarah gets the gig, but her laissez-fair attitude to the facts undermines what should be a victory for Islamic women everywhere.

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