Canadian Doctors Can Die

The Heritage Commercial about Lucille Teasdale is definitely not one that I remember from my childhood,which makes sense given that it was made after Teasdale’s death in 1996. It definitely falls outside the range of these things that were lodged into my brain by repeated viewings. It’s kind of a shame. Seeing Canadians go out into the world and doing good deeds even if it kills them is the best kind of propaganda, way more appealing to me than the militaristic stuff.

But to review it properly, I have to wonder if this would have been a great Minute if I had seen it as a kid. It’s definitely got to be one of the goriest of them, given that surgery scene at the end, but the real test of these things is quotability. We love to use quotes from these in everyday life. Anything here? Well, I could see “I’ll take antibiotics later” being used as a catchall dismissal of concerns. But that’s it. That’s all we’ve got for decent quotes here. Kind of a shame, but that’s how it is.

I can go as high as Three out of Six Pieces of PDR’s Reviewing System Cake.

What if other food pops like popcorn and we just don’t know yet! There could be popgrapes or popstachios or popperoni!

Past: He/She/They/It was here.
Present: He/She/They/It is here.
Future: He/She/They/It will never return from the Laser-Danger Stadium.