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The Right to Abstain | October 25, 2007 | Horst discovers that Celia forgot to vote in the Ontario election -- a reaction to 12 years of being subjected to his über-political rants.
The Emperor's New Clothes | April 19, 2007 | Stephen Harper: Drag Queen of Canada.
G.I. Steve Meets Terror Bear | March 1, 2007 | What happens when a heavy-duty action leader meets a stuffed teddy bear that's soft'n'cuddly on terror?
Advance Vote | January 26, 2006 | Celia and Horst escape the last moments of the Canadian election by fleeing to Cuba.
Not Kinky | January 19, 2006 | Horst gets into bed with Stephen Harper.
Acting Strange | January 12, 2006 | You gotta wonder. Demographically speaking, he should be. So is Des' nephew Skid a member of a gang?
Mustache | December 1, 2005 | The effect of Jack Layton's mustache on women voters in sub-zero temperatures - a special hour-long exposé.
Proctologic | July 28, 2005 | Deep in the bowels of Parliament, Horst and Cosmo enter the monoLib.
The Lost Votes | June 12, 1997 | Canada's natural governing party mysteriously loses votes. Preston Manning's Reform Party becomes the Official Opposition. All presented with a boffo movie poster of Spielberg's The Lost Votes -- Jurassic Party.
Polling Kills | June 5, 1997 | A man falls from the sky over the Canadian Parliament. Another bloody protestor?
Grain of Salt | May 29, 1997 | With less than a week to go until the Canadian federal election, a serial pollster with a mind as twisted as the unity debate is wrecking havoc on the nation.
Polling Fraud | May 22, 1997 | At a time of widespread stock-market fraud, weird poll results are causing an uproar -- and may indicate fraud in the polling industry. How else to explain that yogic flyers may form the Official Opposition?
Jiffy-Kwik | May 15, 1997 | Horst vents on having to process consumer research on Jiffy-Kwik fat-free, egg-free scrambled egg powder. Also starring the researcher behind Deep Blue, the computer that beat Kasparov at chess.
Optometrist | May 8, 1997 | Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien's first appearance in Weltschmerz.