This Hour Has 22 Minutes Season 21
S21 E01Oct 8, 2013
October 8, 2013 Oct 8, 2013 22 Minutes launches its 21st season with a few choice words about the Senate scandal, a PEI Witness News report from the Island's film festival 'red' carpet, a farewell tribute to the Kingston Penitentiary, and a Heritage Minute with Body Break's Hal and Joanne.
S21 E02Oct 15, 2013
October 15, 2013 Oct 15, 2013 This week on 22 Minutes: Margaret Atwood (Cathy Jones) “congratulates” Alice Munro on her Nobel Prize Award and Hockey Night in Canada’s Song Quest heats up with new tunes from “Burton Cummings”, “Neil Young”, “Gordon Lightfoot” and “Robin Thicke” (Mark Critch).
S21 E03Oct 22, 2013
October 22, 2013 Oct 22, 2013 Mark Critch covers the Throne Speech on Parliament Hill, Sam Roberts guests in "Copps & Roberts" Canada's new hit cop show parody, and Susan Kent learns to be a Vancouver Canucks "Green Man".
S21 E04Oct 29, 2013
October 29, 2013 Oct 29, 2013 Details behind the senate scandal revealed; A successful 4-year old Mayor gives strong advice for Rob Ford and other Canadian mayors; Flashback to the 80's with musician, Gowan and Degrassi Jr High alum, Stacie Mystysyn.
S21 E05Nov 5, 2013
November 5, 2013 Nov 5, 2013 Unique perspective on Mayor Rob Ford's crack video; Thomas Mulcair faces off with "Thomas Mulcair"; and beleaguered senators take a walk down the Yellow Brick Road.
S21 E06Nov 12, 2013
November 12, 2013 Nov 12, 2013 22 Minutes presents a best of Rob Ford special highlighting past clips about Toronto's eccentric mayor
S21 E07Nov 19, 2013
November 19, 2013 Nov 19, 2013 The popular song "What Does The Fox Say" gets a Rob Ford-themed spoof, a trendier version of the movie "Captain Phillips" is revealed, ejected Senators audition for Amazing Race Canada, and comedian Mark McKinney guest hosts.
S21 E08Nov 26, 2013
November 26, 2013 Nov 26, 2013 Mary Walsh returns as guest star; our Canada-U.S. relations expert tries to initiate relations with Mayor Rob Ford; and this week's Senate scandal developments come under scrutiny.
S21 E09Dec 3, 2013
December 3, 2013 Dec 3, 2013 22 Minutes presents "Coronation Street" with insightful English subtitles, Thomas Mulcair (Mark Critch) spins recent polling numbers into an NDP victory, and illusionist, David Blaine (Shaun Majumder) reveals his new show "Dr. Magic". Don Ferguson guest stars.
S21 E10Dec 10, 2013
December 10, 2013 Dec 10, 2013 22 Minutes turns on the fireplace and heats up the laughs for its annual hour-long holiday special.
S21 E11Jan 14, 2014
January 14, 2014 Jan 14, 2014 This week 22 Minutes senior correspondent Mrs. Enid resolves the question of New Year's resolutions; Jamie Oliver's Sobey's ads get a remake and "Justin Bieber" (Susan Kent) speaks to his fans rumours of his retirement.
S21 E12Jan 21, 2014
January 21, 2014 Jan 21, 2014 Robocall investigation goes to trail, and a surprise act opens Neil Young's "Honour The Treaties" tour.
S21 E13Jan 28, 2014
January 28, 2014 Jan 28, 2014 Rex Murphy (Mark Critch) talks provincial leadership debacles, a Conservative 'spokesperson' reveals the scope of the PM's Israel delegation
S21 E14Feb 2, 2014
February 2, 2014 Feb 2, 2014 Famed gold medalist, Ross Rebagliati joins the 22 Minutes cast for a countdown to the Sochi Olympics, and, newly-orphaned Liberal Senators cry out for attention.
S21 E15Feb 25, 2014
February 25, 2014 Feb 25, 2014
March 4, 2014 The Harper Government's proposal for income splitting comes under scrutiny; Wendy's new ciabatta ads get a comic spoof
March 11, 2014 A game of Risk becomes eerily realistic when 'Putin' joins the play; 'Governor General David Johnston' defends the Government's distribution of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medals
March 18, 2014 Don Cherry expands his professional horizons with entertainment reporting; Quebec Premier Pauline Marois responds in prose to an English debate request;
March 25, 2014 Two prominent Canadian politicians resign, and, ironically, neither one of them is Rob Ford.
April 1, 2014 The Season Finale episode has Mark McKinney and Sam Roberts making guest appearances; Rex Murphy reviews the PM's weekly documentary '24/7'