Dan For Mayor

8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, September 2 on Comedy Network

Dan is about to open the annual Porktoberfest by taking a bite of the Golden
Bratwurst – a task made difficult by his vegetarian status. Jeff is confused by Dan’s seemingly bi-dietary lifestyle. After a radio spot, Wessegonians start to question their own dietary choices, leaving a lot of uneaten pork in Wessex. Mike takes his role of Hambassador so seriously it has him donning lederhosen and eating more than his share of pork products.

7:30pm – Sunday, August 28 on CTV

Dan (Fred Ewaniuck) is about to open the annual Porktoberfest by taking a bite of the Golden Bratwurst – a task made difficult by his vegetarian status. Jeff (Paul Bates) is confused by Dan’s seemingly bi-dietary lifestyle. After a radio spot, Wessegonians start to question their own dietary choices, leaving a lot of uneaten pork in Wessex. Meanwhile, Mike (Ben Ayres) takes his role of Hambassador so seriously it has him donning lederhosen and eating more than his share of pork products.

8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, August 26 on Comedy Network

The Mayor’s relationship with Claire has him providing full disclosure to the questionably ethical Ethics Commissioner. Jeff attempts to out-customer service Fern and winds up behind bars. His one call goes directly to City Hall, hoping his buddy the Mayor can make things right.

7:30pm – Sunday, August 21 on CTV

Dan’s (Fred Ewanuick) relationship with Claire (Mary Ashton) forces him to provide full disclosure to the questionably ethical Ethics Commissioner. Jeff (Paul Bates) attempts to out-customer service Fern (David Ferry) and winds up behind bars.

8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, August 19 on Comedy Network

Dan is mentoring a young “Mayor for a Day”, and the kid is giving him a run for his money by undermining Dan’s credibility with the media and City Council.

7:30pm – Sunday, August 14 on CTV

Dan (Fred Ewanuick) is mentoring a young “Mayor for the Day” and the kid is giving him a run for his money by undermining Dan’s credibility with the media and City Council. Meanwhile, it’s time for the annual Best of Wessex Awards, and Claire (Mary Ashton) is so busy looking busy, she doesn’t even realize she’s in the running.

8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, August 12 on Comedy Network

Dan takes a trip down memory lane when he visits his high school workplace, Old Fort Wessex. Sadly, it has seen better days. Dan promises the Fort’s General that he will do his best to turn things around.

7:30pm – Sunday, August 7 on CTV

Dan (Fred Ewanuick) takes a trip down memory lane when he visits his high school workplace, Old Fort Wessex. Sadly, the Fort has seen better days, so Dan commits to his old boss, the Fort’s General, that he will do his best to turn things around. Meanwhile, Claire (Mary Ashton) plans to lure Japanese businessmen to Wessex and inadvertently creates a solution for the cash-strapped Fort.

8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, August 5 on Comedy Network

As the new Mayor of Wessex, Dan finds himself having to attend a variety of events from pig roasts to pancake breakfasts. With Claire on his arm, he is unsure whether she is a political asset or liability.
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7:30pm – Sunday, July 31 on CTV

As the new mayor, Dan (Fred Ewanuick) finds himself having to attend a variety of events from pig roasts to pancake breakfasts. However, with Claire (Mary Ashton) on his arm, he is unsure whether she is a political asset or liability. Alan (Laurie Murdoch) already has his mind made up and imposes himself as the Mayor’s handler by keeping Claire occupied.