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nonsuch
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posted 07 December 2001 01:56 AM      Profile for nonsuch     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Dos anyone else miss it?
I think it was the best Canadian series, ever.

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posted 07 December 2001 09:55 AM      Profile for clockwork     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I miss it dearly. I loved that show, although I won’t go so far as to say it was the best series ever. I think Da Vinci’s Inquest edges out Traders.

It was the only good thing Global has ever shown, CanCon-wise. I’m still waiting for something good from CTV.


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posted 07 December 2001 11:04 AM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I prefer Traders to DaVinci for one reason: I can't stand the actors who play the cops on DaVinci. Nicholas Campbell does a great job as the coroner, but I find those two cops completely unwatchable.

On the other hand, every actor on Traders was a pleasure to behold, IMHO.

I also really like The Associates. R.H. Thompson as a slimy lawyer is just too much fun! I wish they'd get Eric Peterson to guest star as Leon Rabinovich from Street Legal. That'd be cool.


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posted 07 December 2001 11:52 AM      Profile for Whazzup?     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Damn I loved Traders!! Such great ensemble acting. I thought the series sagged a little after losing its two choicest pieces of eye candy though -- what were their names again? One was the banker and the other was his sometime girlfriend. Double sizzle.

I also remember reading that Traders suffered the fate of many successful Canadian series -- as soon as it got recognized south of the border, its best writers abandoned ship for LA-LA land. Sad.

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posted 07 December 2001 12:05 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Right off the bat, Traders lost its most popular actors to the US as well. But that's partially why the story-lines were so exciting in the early seasons. Since the actors wanted to leave the show, the writers could explore with some really exciting murder and mayhem stories. They could kill characters off, throw characters in jail, and have other characters get fired with impunity. The stories became more lovey-dovey, with way less back-stabbing, after Kim Huffman, Rick Roberts and David Cubitt left the show.
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posted 07 December 2001 11:49 PM      Profile for audra trower williams   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Angela Vint was on Traders. She is my ex-boyfriend's ex-girlfriend. We went to highschool together.

That is all I know about Traders.


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posted 08 December 2001 12:22 AM      Profile for sherpafish   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Sorry, I'm a Northern Exposure man.
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posted 08 December 2001 12:53 AM      Profile for nonsuch     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
No conflict - i loved Northern Exposure. Have recently watched the whole thing again on Prime. The only show i've ever seen that included magic in a matter-of-fact way, as if the spirit-world is just next door.
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posted 08 December 2001 11:13 AM      Profile for LiMpY     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Trailer Park Boys (on showcase) is the best Canadian-written, directed and produced show ever. Period. I mean, 6 year old nicotine addicts?? come on...how can u stop laughing?
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posted 08 December 2001 01:05 PM      Profile for Pimji   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I really miss Traders. I watched it religiously. Thye last season was pretty hokey after the original writers left for jobs in the US.
The other show that I miss is North of 60. Its good to see that they are making TV movies from that show. the last one was excellent.

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posted 18 December 2001 03:49 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
i've always been a sucker for Cdn dramas- Street Legal, ENG and Traders too! it's being rerun on Showcase right now i believe but i forget what night and time...
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posted 18 December 2001 04:15 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Wish I got Showcase. I loved Traders. This had nothing, absolutely nothing to do with the presence thereon of the lovely Ms Sonia Smits.

That's my story, anyway, and I'm sticking to it, the scoffing of TLM notwithstanding.


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posted 18 December 2001 04:18 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
sonia smits is SOOOO hot!! it's ok lance..i'm with you on that one!
lol
remember when her old girlfriend from university came back and they kissed on the bench!!???
damn!

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posted 18 December 2001 04:18 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Angela Vint was the cast member that got my motor running.
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posted 18 December 2001 04:25 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
sonia smits is SOOOO hot!! it's ok lance..i'm with you on that one!

Thanks. My comment was something of a private joke. My wife (the lovely Maria) knows of my...ah... appreciation of Ms Smits, and every time she sees her on TV, calls out "your girlfriend's on!"

We each have a list -- famous people that, if one of us got the chance to boink them, the other'd have to produce a "get out of jail free card." Ms Smits is at or near the top of mine.

And yes, I liked that episode too.


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posted 18 December 2001 04:27 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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My wife (the lovely Maria) knows of my...ah... appreciation of Ms Smits, and every time she sees her on TV, calls out "your girlfriend's on!"

My girlfriend does the same thing whenever Catherine Clark is in the news.


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posted 18 December 2001 04:37 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Traders are tonight, 10 AT (9 ET) on Showcase. I never watched the show , I'll try tonight.
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posted 18 December 2001 05:08 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
lance- yeah, one of my ex's thought she was pretty tasty too..but so did i so we both could appreciate her, er, assets???
lol
there weren't really any other women on that show that i thought were super foxy.
sonia smits used to be on Street Legal too, but i actually think she's gotten yummier with age, non?

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posted 18 December 2001 05:41 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
sonia smits used to be on Street Legal too, but i actually think she's gotten yummier with age, non?

Oui!

Helen Mirren's another example. Don't you agree, Trespasser?


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posted 18 December 2001 06:05 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
who's helen mirren?
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posted 18 December 2001 06:06 PM      Profile for judym   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Oh ... my ... gawd (faints).

[ December 18, 2001: Message edited by: judym ]


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posted 18 December 2001 06:20 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
('lance comes on the scene, decides against throwing a bucket of water in judym's face, settles, as a gentleman should, for soaking a clean handkerchief and swabbing her brow until she comes to...)

Now, now, judym. Forgive her. It's unfortunately rather easy to live in North America and not know who she is. Her movies, of which she makes scandalously few, don't get a lot of distribution; only PBS seems to show any of her TV shows; and these days she seems to be mostly on the stage anyway.

I would have loved to see her opposite Ian McKellen in Dance of Death in New York, even though I'm no great fan of Strindberg.


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posted 18 December 2001 06:24 PM      Profile for judym   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
'lance, thanks for snapping me out of it. I meant no judgement against the gal in crisis. I was simply overcome with thoughts of Helen.

Photos.


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posted 18 December 2001 06:27 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

You kill me people

I'll write about Mythical Mirren on the List Thread, as it's proper.

Waittaminute, waittaminute, though: JudyM, are you one of us? Our army's getting bigger, don't you think 'lance? Maybe we should start a Mirrenology or Mirreligion cult, not a bad idea at all...


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posted 18 December 2001 06:30 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
JudyM, my favourite part of that website! (I even have a pass for the Hidden Room but it's not what I thought, ugh. It's just an archive of things reproduced without persmission, articles, some other great photos, things like that )

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posted 18 December 2001 06:32 PM      Profile for judym   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The Helen Mirren Appreciation Society has a Hidden Room. Maybe that's the kind of company you are looking for?

Trespasser, I adore her work (faints).

Edited to add: post jinx! I see that you've already been. I do love how it asks for "Some idenitification, please ..." I can hear Jane Tennison saying it.

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posted 18 December 2001 06:37 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
she looks kinda familiar..
*meh*
she's no Sonia Smits dude!!
sorry..
i stand by my woman
lol

p.s. is this like an age thing?? how old are you pple?? i'm being very smug i know...


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posted 18 December 2001 06:38 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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Our army's getting bigger, don't you think 'lance? Maybe we should start a Mirrenology or Mirreligion cult, not a bad idea at all...

Yes, but can you imagine actually then meeting her, and her reaction? She'd narrow her eyes with practiced disdain, look at us down that divine nose, and dismiss us with a tart comment and a snap of her fingers.

Come to think of it, we'd probably all expire on the spot of simultaneous, massive orgasms. Not a bad way to go...


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posted 18 December 2001 06:41 PM      Profile for judym   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
gic, wait till you see her act.
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posted 18 December 2001 06:41 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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p.s. is this like an age thing?? how old are you pple?? i'm being very smug i know...

Thirty-seven, and still refusing to grow up, thanks.

I wouldn't say it was an age thing, exactly. I'd say the two are both attractive -- OK, hot -- but HM's the more accomplished actor. She's done a lot of different stuff, and all very well.


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posted 18 December 2001 06:46 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
In a way it is "the age thing." No other category of population is sexier, IMHO, than women over 50.
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posted 18 December 2001 06:48 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
that divine nose

Right said, my friend, right said.

If all police officers were like Jane T, I'd do everything to get myself arrested periodically...


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posted 18 December 2001 06:59 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
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No other category of population is sexier, IMHO, than women over 50.

Not even men between, oh (just for the sake of argument), 35 and 40, intellectually inclined but with wicked senses of humour and certain common interests such as an interest in (to pick a name purely at random, you understand) Helen Mirren? Hmm?


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posted 18 December 2001 07:20 PM      Profile for Trespasser   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

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hahaha...i've no opinion on Helen's acting abilities but i thought we were kinda being shallow and discussing the aesthetics of certain actors..like Sonia Smits!!

i'm slowly, and i mean SLOWLY beginning to appreciate older men. of course for me, right now an older man is like 30, but that's okay.


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The only thing I've seen Helen Mirrin in was 2010: The Year We Make Contact. I didn't think she was all that hot.
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posted 19 December 2001 04:52 PM      Profile for girlincrisis     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
weird...you can't type a message too soon after your last one!!
i wanted to say, Kneel, you are soooo my friend!
lol

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posted 19 December 2001 05:07 PM      Profile for Victor Von Mediaboy   Author's Homepage        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
That would be the infamous (not just famous, but INfamous!) flood-control. It is, indeed, a scourge of all true net-addicts (and Mediaholics?).
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The only thing I've seen Helen Mirrin in was 2010: The Year We Make Contact. I didn't think she was all that hot.

Eeesh. Everyone -- even Roy Scheider -- was wasted in that sorry, soggy enterprise.

M'boy, remind me -- what part did Angela Vint play in Traders? Something's beginning to come back to me...


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I liked the one character from traders who was also on red green (Though I loathe Red Green) My favorite canadian show was Due South (it was canadian wasn't it, either way it amused my anti-american side as small as it is. )
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Pat McKenna wanted to do an episode of Traders where Harold is a bike courier and he delivers a package to Marty. The producers didn't go for it.
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Sonja Smits is a handsome woman. She's got that "seventh grade French teacher" kind of look, and I think that's marvellous.

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posted 21 December 2001 06:08 AM      Profile for audra trower williams   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Angela Vint:


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Am I the only person on the planet who LIKED 2010: The Year We Make Contact?! I LOVE that movie!

I really wish they'd make a movie version of 2061 before Arthur C. Clarke dies.

I hope they never make a movie of 3001, however. That book sucked.


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I thought that Kim Huffmann was way hot. She played Ayn Krywarik (sp?), Jack's squeeze. Checking out Jump the Shark, I see that at least a few people agree that the show started going downhill after Ayn's flaming finish.
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She seemed a wee bit too skanky for my taste. Of course, the character she played on Traders was really skanky. Maybe it was the scene with her curled up on the floor of her bathroom with a heroin needle sticking out of her arm that ruined it for me.
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(To be spoken with Homer Simpson voice a la "donuts"):

Mmmmmmm......skanky......


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Ziggy, on the other hand, was only skanky on the inside. She projected a "good girl" image, but inside she was a raging torrent of sexual energy.

At least in my mind she was . . .


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Am I the only person on the planet who LIKED 2010: The Year We Make Contact?!

Probably. I was disappointed by the book, so had a bad feeling about the picture. Which proved to be prescient.

quote:
Ziggy, on the other hand, was only skanky on the inside. She projected a "good girl" image, but inside she was a raging torrent of sexual energy.

In your mind, M'Boy... never mind, let's not go there. Ever. Please!

Thanks, audra, for refreshing my memory.

Now: who was the actress who played one of the traders, probably in the last couple of seasons; dark-complexioned, straight dark hair; sardonic, depressed nerd-guy (no, not the one with his office in a closest, I mean the lapsed Mennonite) is always hitting on her, she's always dismissing him with great zingers, one time they have a bet, she wins I think, but decides to give him what he'd wanted if he won (can't remember whether she secretly kinda likes him or is taking pity, given TV conventions probably the former), shows up late at the office, they're the only two there, she's in fishnets & short skirt, as we fade to credits she puts on sexy music & starts to strip for him?

Anyway, she should really be on my list.


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That would be Rachael Crawford.
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Kneel- you are sooo right about Ziggy..i found her annoying though. not tough like my woman!
lol

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I never could get into "Traders", but I catch the odd "Da Vinci's Inquest". The two guys who play the cops, particularly the young guy who used to be on a cheezy show called..... damn... Some detective show that had a guy with a pony tail and a woman with red hair and the biggest pair of green eyes you could just get lost in.... can't remember the name.... well, anyway, he's better in "Inquest" than in that show, but he's still not always easy to watch.

......what ever happened to the red head with the green eyes? Does she need a middle aged house boy?

And, while we are at it, where's "Roby" the one named actress from "Friday the 13th"? I used to chanel surf back and forth between programs just to catch a look at her......

See what happens when you don't have the internet?

"Silk Stockings"? was that the name of the cheezy detective show with the red head with green eyes?......

I really should pay attention to stuff like this. When I play trivial pursuit, everyone chooses entertainment questions for me to answer when I reach the middle. It draws the game out horribly before I get a gimme on "Cassablanca" and win.


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