Okay, This Is The End, Eh? - Bob & Doug McKenzie - Great White North (Cassette, Album)

The duo had a total of 41 original segments on SCTV. The final episode included a wraparound storyline which heavily featured the characters. Growing in popularity, the characters returned for nine new segments in the second cycle of season 4. Cycle 2 —82 featured a new "Great White North" segment in each episode. Season 4, Cycle 3 was the last season to feature the characters. The first episode's plot revolves around the growing popularity of Bob and Doug, and they are given their own variety show on SCTVwhich turns into a catastrophe.

The characters returned in the next episode for a new segment in their traditional studio set, but it had been cut to one minute the episode's Eh? - Bob & Doug McKenzie - Great White North (Cassette owing the reduced air time to their disastrous variety show. The duo revived the act in two award-winning television commercials for Pizza Hut in and and a two-year campaign for the Molson Brewing Company in and consisting of more than a dozen television and radio commercials which aired nationally in the U.

Lube which aired in Canada in Featured Eh? - Bob & Doug McKenzie - Great White North (Cassette a sponsor of the "Two-Four Anniversary", a series of Red Cap Ale commercials Album) the duo in along with collectible "stubbies" featuring the characters on the bottles. The level is a land of ice and snow, and there are references in certain areas of the level to ice skating and ice hockey, as well as a use of the phrase "Take off, hoser!

Inthe fastest computer in Canada, which is used by the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Torontowas named after Bob and Doug. The machine, nicknamed McKenzie, has gigabytes of memory and 40 terabytes of disk space, and consists of two master nodes Bob and Dougcompute nodes, and eight development nodes. They played a variant of the act for the Walt Disney Pictures animated feature film Brother Bear and its sequelwith their characters being the voices of a pair of goofy bull moose named Rutt and Tuke.

They also recorded a commentary for the movie that is seen on the DVD. It is a retrospective on the history of the characters and their popularity, featuring interviews with various celebrities, classic clips, and new material featuring the pair. On November 20,the special was released on DVD.

Geddy: Oh ya. I memorized them. Bob: Oh, great! Doug: How did, how did you do that so fast? In the early 80s, dance music became less popular in the English-speaking world. It was to be reborn several years later. Punk rock whose appeal was confined for the most part to the United Kingdom morphed into new wave. This new electronic rock helped spawn a second British Invasion. With the new styles in music, radio was friendlier to some artists than to others.

The so-called underground music scene became exceptionally popular as did college radio which picked up the slack. When it disbanded infemale singer Marjo embarked on a solo career. With the new interest in synthesizers, electronics were added to the genre care of acts like Trans X and the hugely successful Men Without Hats.

All the bowling alleys and dounut shops had been wrecked. So's I spent most of my time looking for beer. Doug McKenzie : The power of the force has stopped you, you hosers. Fire Chief : [after Bob has put out the fire at the brewery by urinating on it] It took you two minutes what would have taken us two hours.

If you ever want a job, you come see me. Bob MacKenzie : [to Pam in a beer tank that's being flooded with beer] My brother and I used to say that drownin' Eh?

- Bob & Doug McKenzie - Great White North (Cassette beer was like heaven, eh? Now he's not here, and I've got two soakers This sucks! Doug McKenzie : Yeah. And he said, uh, come here and get free beer or, uh, he'll press charges. Doug McKenzie : What are you looking at me for? I don't got it. You farted! Doug McKenzie : It wasn't me, it was the chair! Bob McKenzie : He's lying! Doug McKenzie : I do. Bob McKenzie : I guess we're married, clerk. Doug McKenzie : Oh. Bob McKenzie : Where's the honeymoon?

The Judge : Order, Order! Bob McKenzie : Gimmie a toasted back bacon, hold the toast. Doug McKenzie : Don't make me laugh, eh. The Judge : I remind you not to speak, until you are spoken to!

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Source: pinterest. Bob and Doug McKenzie introduced their U. Because of this, Americas assumed that hoser, and the alternative hose-head, was a common Canadian slang word. While the term probably did originate in Canada, it was primarily used by non-Canadians who were trying to emulate their favorite boneheaded Canadian brothers.

Because of Bob and Album) McKenzie, it became trendy to use hoser and hose-head as a mild insult in the U. Bob and Doug liked all things Canadian, including donuts. Source: anthementertainmentgroup. Not only did Moranis and Thomas dress like caricatures of typical Canadians, with an abundance of plaid flannel and hats with ear flaps, they discussed topics that poked fun at Canadian life, including snow amounts, Mounties, deer hunting, donuts, and Canadian bacon.

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