Wednesday, November 25, 2009 | Categories: Episodes |
This week we are in T.O. where Caribbean-Canadian comic Jean Paul is out to prove to Ugandan-born funnyman Arthur Simeon that Toronto's new "Africentric Curriculum School" helps black kids succeed. Next up on our double bill of facts and funny, feminine film fan Laurie Elliott tries to convince nay-sayer Nile Seguin that he should put away his pride and prejudice and admit that guys can learn a lot from "Chick Flicks." Hey radio listeners, if you want to learn a lot, tune in to Quirks and Quarks but for some big laughs, leave your dial tuned to Radio One, we're on right after Bob McDonald at 1:00 PM Saturday.