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2003, Comedy/Drama, 1h 17m

7 Reviews Fewer than 50 Ratings

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In this fictional reality TV satire, the show's contestants are entirely unaware that they're participating in a televised game show. Production staff sneak into the homes of ordinary people so the smarmy, pseudo-intellectual host (Don McKellar) can muse on their shortcomings, with a cash prize going to the one judged the most pathetic. Current contestants include alienated teen Terry (Nadia Litz), lonely agoraphobe Peter (Mike Beaver) and middle-aged single mother Bonnie (Nicole de Boer).

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