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Table Scraps

Take away the chicken, take away the dim sum, but don’t take away the funny.

Montréal, QC
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Week #3 The Differentiator Table Scraps

In this sketch comedy series we'll investigate animals.......er...people (nervous laugh)....service industry employees and the public from all across Canada. This show will present and perform stories based on true events that have happened to real individuals. Table Scraps will examine the good, the bad, and as always THE FUNNY. Sláinte! Thanks for all of your support. #Table_Scraps_TV

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Shana S. 3  posted 4 years ago

Loved this one, and your innovative approach to communicating your concept! As a fellow not-top-110, I'm really impressed that you're staying with it, creating content and continuing to develop your concept and staying with your vision. Getting a view of our everyday experiences, but from a different lens is a fabulous spring board. The ordinary is hilarious!

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when animals and humans collide

when animals and humans collide

A wild bull in his habitat cools down with a strawberry smoothie
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when humans and animals collide

when humans and animals collide

A mother grizzly bear hungrily waits for the elusive beef burger to swim upstream
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when humans and animals collide

when humans and animals collide

a mother panda expresses discontent with her offspring for being "a lush"
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Comments (18)

  • Jean-Michel's Photo
    Jean-Michel W. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Pretty funny. I found that shots of animals in the wild and of the landscapes of this great country simply glorious. So, thank you for that and for the amusement.

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    Sheldon O. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Very different week 3 entry, just what was called for, different but in a good way

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    Iris S. 0  posted 4 years ago

    I don't know... I am not entirely sold on this, but I am willing to give it some more time to develop. There have been some good moments, but can't see it being sustained over time.

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    Peter M. 0  posted 4 years ago

    informative.

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    Jo-Anne J. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Is a cute idea but I can't see it being funny for a 30 minute show

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    RoseMarie S. 2  posted 4 years ago

    And indeed - WHERE IS THE VOTE BUTTON FOR THIS ONE????

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    RoseMarie S. 2  posted 4 years ago

    This is creative, imaginative, and really funny!!! Certainly deserves to be in the TOP 10 at the very least!!!! Congratulations!!! Great job!!!

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  • Eric's Photo
    Eric W. 1  posted 4 years ago

    That was great - I grew up with all thise CBC nature shows - you nailed it! ;-) I hope to see you in the top 50!

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    Lisa L. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Loved it!

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    Rachel A. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Where's the vote button for this project??

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    Stacy M. 2  posted 4 years ago

    Hahaha I think your project has great potential! It kept me engaged the whole way through and i love the way it has sort of a discovery channel twist. Makes it extremely different from many of the other projects. I thought the alberta reffernce was funny "somewhere in the praries" lol. I think this would appeal to all canadians. Keep up the good work

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    Shana S. 3  posted 4 years ago

    Loved this one, and your innovative approach to communicating your concept! As a fellow not-top-110, I'm really impressed that you're staying with it, creating content and continuing to develop your concept and staying with your vision. Getting a view of our everyday experiences, but from a different lens is a fabulous spring board. The ordinary is hilarious!

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    Tammy M. 1  posted 4 years ago

    As a service industry professional I love the concept of this show, however I don't see the delivery following through on what we go through on a daily basis. The public needs to know what its like working in the restaurant/bar industry but not sure you have quite captured the setting/stories. Perhaps this will come into play with more challenges.

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    Eric W. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Fun!

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    Rebecca L. 2  posted 4 years ago

    This was great. Love the new twist on the wild animals theme. So true. Still funny, keep up the great work.

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    Howard P. 1  posted 4 years ago

    I like this video. A great change up on your previous delivery that really opens up the possibilities of this show.

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    Rachel A. 0  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks Howard! I'm glad you liked it! Although, I'm just curious, which previous delivery? Week 1? Week 2? Both? Cheers!

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    Ryan G. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Go Table Scraps, go!

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    Rachel A. 1  posted 4 years ago

    Thanks, Ryan!

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    Rachel A. 2  posted 4 years ago

    Great work, everyone!! It certainly made me laugh!! Definitely like the parody on David Attenborough's Earth series. What an excellent Narrator too! Anybody who had ever worked with the public should really appreciate this show. Anyone with a sense of humour would love to see this comedy series on a regular basis!

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