Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Easter Egg - Canada

In the episode "Pancake Madness," Hilda is transferred back to the northern part of the Other Realm after not filling out her immigration papers. The northern part of the Realm is a lot like Canada: cold and snowy, hockey is being watched on TV, and on the wall beside the phone are pictures of Canadian stars. Even the way Hilda talks in 'Canadian'. This is actually because the actress who plays Hilda, Caroline Rhea, is from Canada.

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Contributed By: Burak : LiveC00l on 01-03-2000
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Satch writes:
What on earth are you moaning aboot?
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Jo-Jo writes:
Ok, the whole point of that episode being funny was because it was stereotypical and its only a childrens show so dont take it so seriously. Im from scotland and we say "aboot" nut no-one cares (lol!) Plus im sure the people complaining liked south park the movie!
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Whoa, Gobliin!!! Settle down!!! The only reason these comments were added was to exaggerate the fact that 1)Hilda was Canadian and didn't finish her emigration stuff and 2) That some (notice I said SOME) Canadians have accents and stuff, and this is the Canadian refernce. The producers of the show were not purposely dissing the canadian star..oops I mean the maple leaf!!!! (Just a note: my best friend {who is Canadian} thought that particular part was hilariously funny so your being just a tad bit overprotective of you lovely northern country!!!!)
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ALdog725 writes:
I think by, "pictures of Canadian stars," Burak meant photos of celebrities, not mistaking the Canadian maple leaf for the things in the sky...besides, are you seriously taking a storyline from "Sabrina The Teenage Witch" so personally?
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It is supposed to be obviously Canada. The egg is that the actress is Canadian.
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lulu writes:
Why is everyone getting all so mad about the reference to canada. I thought it was hilarious. It's funny what people think of Canada sometimes. Oh by the way. I'm fully Canadian, I've lived here all my life. I liked how Hilda went to Canada!!!!!
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cheaterboy writes:
It is just the sterotype Canadian accent when they say "aboot". I'm from Scotland; I don't go around saying "Hoots the noo!" but I don't take offence when they show Scottish people like that. It's just a bit of fun!
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Nb2000 writes:
Hey there's no need to be soinsulted because they are mentioning your country. Did I get upset about what they said about Wales in Blackadder? No. The only thing that I didn't like was Anne Robinson. Anyway, they aren't trying to make you look bad they are just trying to do a show. They don't mean anything by it.
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this is not an egg. it is quite obvious this is canada (the aunts even talk with a mountie at the border) it is more a comment on emigration laws.
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Kittykatkat writes:
i agree i am part canadian and found this episode rather insulting
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gobliin writes:
err... Hello, I'm Canadian and proud of it, and I find that episode insulting!! First off will those producers get it through their tiny brains that Canadians say "about" NOT "a boot"!! Secondly it's not always cold and snowy, only during the winter time it is, the reason when you look at are temperatures why their such low numbers is because we measure in Celsius!! Personnally I don't see why she (the actress) even endorsed this false display of Canadians. And by the way it's not "the Canadian star" it's called a Maple leaf.
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