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    Rick Mercer Report | Apr 15, 2014

    Tonight Rick is an employee-for-a-day at Chapman's Ice Cream factory in Markdale, ON. where he learns all about making everyone's favourite dessert and then he's off to the Toronto International Boat Show for some lively antics on Canada's largest indoor lake.

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    Steven and Chris | Apr 15, 2014

    Chef Jonathan Collins makes foolproof honey roasted chicken. The truth about male menopause. The boys make "wild" new friends from Jungle Cat World.

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    A WW2 flying ace gets grounded; Buell Crawford takes on an anti-bullying advocate; L'il Ronnie goes to the movies; and Bobby DeNiro ponders Maritimers' love for fiddle music. Guest stars: Tracey Hoyt, Kathy Maloney, Eric Peterson.

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    After Gerry has a positive interview for a position with Xavier's main rival school, he attempts to use it as leverage with Principal Callaghan for the phys-ed position he's been dreaming of. When Callaghan encourages Robert to take a bigger leadership role, Robert decides an elaborate musical number will show everybody that he has what it takes.

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