October 11, 2020
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#281 Trolling Jonathan Torrens
Jonathan Torrens talks about the CBC, what really happened on Trailer Park Boys, and about that one song you love to hate.
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From hosting his own show on the CBC to playing J-Roc on Trailer Park Boys, Jonathan Torrens has been a mainstay of the Canadian entertainment industry for decades. So what’s his deal? Is he a comedian? A talk show host? Or is he just that guy who wrote a truly terrible song called “Thank U Canada”.


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This episode originally aired on June 10, 2019.

 

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