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THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES is an award-winning hit comedy series armed with satire, ambush, sketch comedy, parody, and weekly news of Canadian and international political events.

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Episodes Season 25

  • 1. Come From Away (September 26, 2017)

    On the Season 25 premiere Mark Critch joins Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for a song at the Come From Away forum in St. John’s, Newfoundland. This week also features Shaun Majumder interviewing NDP Leadership hopeful Jagmeet Singh in Ottawa, and a new adaptation of Aqua’s hit song “Barbie Girl” featuring “Catherine MacKenna.”

  • 2. Young Peter Mansbridge (October 3, 2017)

    Young Sheldon - America's newest TV show - gets a Canadian update. Meet Young Peter Mansbridge. This week also features the Battle of Alberta: Calgary vs. Edmonton, and tips to help you cope with family during Thanksgiving.

  • 3. Alan Doyle (October 10, 2017)

    Alan Doyle comes face to face with…Alan Doyle (Mark Critch). This week also features PEI Witness News, and Mrs. Enid reflects on the Sears legacy.

  • 4. First Wives (October 17, 2017)

    Mark Critch sits down with “Melania” and “Ivana” Trump. Plus a new dystopic series “The Hand Man’s Tale,” and the Speaker of the House - the Honourable Geoff Regan - provides proper debating techniques to Trent McClellan.

  • 5. Simpsons Trivia with Andrew Scheer (October 24, 2017)

    Mark Critch talks to Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer in Ottawa, and Shaun Majumder asks Tom Arnold about the alleged Trump tapes in Calgary.

  • 6. Is That Jagmeet Singh? (November 7, 2017)

    Shaun Majumder talks with Environment Minister Catherine McKenna as the Canada C3 expedition culminates in Victoria. This week's episode also features a new Canadian game show: Is That Jagmeet Singh?

  • 7. Trudeau Travels (November 14, 2017)

    On the November 14 episode of 22 Minutes, find your centre and namaste with the return of Angry Yoga. Then fly high with Mark Critch on his travels to southeast Asia with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

  • 8. Canada's Back (November 21, 2017)

    This episode of 22 Minutes features exclusive footage of Shoppers Drug Mart's Marijuana Manager job interviews. Has Canada pulled a "She's All That?” on the world stage? "Chrystia Freeland" (Susan Kent) shows 22 Minutes the proof that Canada’s Back.

  • 9. Kitchen Party (November 28, 2017)

    After a WestJet flight from Toronto to St. John's was delayed, an impromptu kitchen party broke out at Pearson International Airport. 22 Minutes has exclusive footage. Has power gone to the heads of Canadian senators? Mike Duffy (Mark Critch) discusses why the Senate needs to honour...itself.

  • 10. Marg's Back (December 5, 2017)

    22 Minutes sees the return of Marg Delahunty, Warrior Princess (Mary Walsh)! This week's episode also features Melania Trump (Susan Kent) saving Christmas, and a look at the CRA's quest to find the richest neighbourhoods in Canada.

  • 11. State of the World (Holiday special)

    In this one hour special 22 Minutes turns its satirical eye to how the world sees Canada, with some surprising answers. Heroes to some, villains to others, you won't ever look at Canada the same way again.

  • 12. Best of Season 25

    22 Minutes celebrates the best from the first half of their 25th Season.

  • 13. The Price of Bread (January 16, 2018)

    22 Minutes features Canada's newest game show: the "Loblaws $25 Supermarket Sweep." Plus exclusive footage from one man's Tim Hortons boycott, and independent Senator "Lynn Beyak" (Cathy Jones) cuts loose to tell it like it is.

  • 14. Hipster Chef Meal Delivery (January 23, 2018)

    On the January 23 episode of 22 Minutes, Hipster Chef is back with Canada’s hottest food trend: home-delivered meal kits. This week’s episode also features 22’s Trent McLellan in Corner Brook, N.L. for Hockey Day in Canada celebrations.

  • 15. Born to Wynne (January 30, 2018)

    An exclusive look at a Kathleen Wynne (Susan Kent) meet and greet; also a rapping wrap-up of the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement: You Down with TPP?

  • 16. Snow Day (February 6, 2018)

    Everyone loves a snow day, so why don’t we have an anthem to celebrate them? Introducing Canadians to an instant classic. Also features representatives from Canada’s three major political parties sitting down for a 22 Minutes Political Panel.

  • 17. Blue Jays Auditions (February 27, 2018)

    The new episode of 22 Minutes celebrates the unsung heroes of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games and reflects on Trudeau’s trip to India, with exclusive footage from the auditions to be the next Blue Jays announcer.

  • 18. Business in the Front, Party in the Back (March 6, 2018)

    A town in Australia is claiming the mullet as their own invention, and this week's new episode features archival footage proving it's a proud part of Canada's "hair"-itage. Also on 22 this week, the return of the Quinlan Quints and Mrs. Enid reviews Black Panther.

  • 19. NAFTA Calling (March 13, 2018)

    What does a phone call between Trudeau and Trump discussing NAFTA sound like? Also, the popular HQ trivia app gets a Canadian update, and pot impairment tests.

  • 20. Carbon Tax Enforcer (March 20, 2018)

    Canadian provinces can't avoid carbon pricing plans while Catherine McKenna (Susan Kent), the Carbon Tax Enforcer is on the case. Also on this week’s new episode of 22 Minutes, becoming debt free by selling organs, and a new discount airline.

  • 21. The Truck Don't Make the Man (March 27, 2018)

    Country superstar George Canyon guest-stars on this week’s 22 Minutes, reminding everyone that the truck don’t make the man. This week’s episode also looks inside the Conservatives one million dollar filibuster.

  • 22. If I Had A Million Dollars (Season Finale)

    The Barenaked Ladies performance with Steven Page at the Junos have Canadians hoping for a reunion, and the former bandmates stop by the 22 Minutes season finale to discuss.

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