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Here's a hilarious editorial by the Globe and Mail's Elizabeth Renzetti. Recently returned from London, she finds Toronto's mayor and his whacky cast of friends and family perfect material for a sit-com. It's so true. If Kevin James were cast in the lead we'd be laughing until tears rolled down our cheeks. Let's not forget the inaugural speech by his friend, the upholstery-suited hockey pundit Don Cherry, who addressed half the city as left-wing pinko bike riders! Or the fact that his smarter brother Mycroft, oops, Doug, had never heard of Margaret Atwood.
The Rob Ford Show is great TV, if entirely implausible