In 2013, Dicecco and Carpenter were doing Stuart Mc Lean impressions as a party trick, to entertain their friends.
“This was originally based on a series that a lot of Canadians hold very, very dear, for very good reasons,” explained Dicecco.
Dicecco is a skilled orator who got genuine, loud laughter from the audience.
The rendition of the text is captivating, but the quality of the fiction steals the show.
Heartbroken after the passing of the Canadian radio broadcaster in 2017, Carpenter and Dicecco created a tribute show, which they have since reworked.
Kathleen Wynne proved us right by putting this at the top of her agenda at a time when it cannot hurt her at the voting booth.
She announced the reintroduction in October 2014, but refused to let the public see the document for months.
The current show stands more independently from Mc Lean, making it easily accessible to those who do not know him.
Through the lens of the couple’s sex life, the audience is privy to a fascinating side of an otherwise deceptively monotonous marital life.
Despite having been implemented in the Spring term of 2016, parental opposition continues to grow.