with an accent
called Little Mosque on the Prairie. Takes place in a church basement where the Muslims have been given space for their mosque. A girl wants to go on a 10 k run so she starts out wearing normal girl attire with abdomen exposed (it's a ploy she's already discussed with a girlfriend on the phone). Her father says, "Go put something on, you look like a Protestant !" She says, "Don't you mean a prostitute?" He says, "No, I mean a Protestant." They finally compromise on a track suit and a hoodie (do they call hooded sweatshirts "hoodies" in the US yet?). He uncovers her head and says, "But don't cover up your beautiful hair, you don't have to do that until your first menses." She says, "Ewww, don't gross me out !"
So far its very funny, and is centered around using boards from the Hockey arena to build a wall to separate the men from the women in the "mosque". (Not from the Koran, not done in the mosque in Mecca.} The imam is new, hip, happening, and young and would rather not have this change, the older men are traditional, the women are split, mostly along age and education lines, one of them is the town doctor, of course.
It's very, very funny. And Canadians revere Lucy Maude Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables), not Laura Ingalls Wilder, but in my experience wouldn't pass up the chance to have a joke at Lucy M's expense either. They make fun of hockey and Don Cherry (think a short Don Meredith, on PCP and with a fractured sense of English and Pimp clothes, but commenting on hockey. I thought he was a comedian for the first couple of games until they told me he's like that in real life too.). All the time.