Little Mosque on the Prairie

Little Mosque on the Prairie is a comedy television series. Set in Saskatchewan it is the story of a group of Muslims who have settled in a small Canadian town. A small town in Canada is the last place anyone would suspect Muslims would want to live. This is a story which shows the culture clash between completely different lifestyles and religions. It is a comedy about how those lifestyles try to work with each other and the misunderstandings which can take place.

The focus of this show is on the everyday differences between cultures and religions. It is told through the story of life in a small Canadian town.

Monday 8:30 PM et/pt on CBC
6 Seasons, 90 Episodes
January 9, 2007
Comedy
5.9/10
Cast: Zaib Shaikh, Sitara Hewitt, Debra McGrath, Manoj Sood
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Little Mosque on the Prairie
Episodes

Little Mosque on the Prairie Full Episode Guide

  • In a series finale that lets Little Mosque on the Prairie live up to it's namesake, Amaar prepares for the grand opening of the new Mosque, while trying to get Baber to end his boycott. Charles returns to Mercy with a plan to win Ann. Sarah reaffirms her Muslim faith; and, with Mercy Anglican burnt to a crisp, Thorne finds an unexpected new home for his congregation.

  • In the lead up to the series finale, Amaar reveals to Baber that he plans to be the Imam of the new Mosque. In turn, Baber revolts and forms a splinter Mosque. Meanwhile, Ann is distraught over Charles’ upcoming nuptials to a younger woman and comes up with a bizarre strategy to fight for her man. And Sarah attempts to rejoin the church choir, with fiery results.

  • When Amaar inadvertently leads everyone to believe that the new Mosque is haunted, Sarah runs damage control and suggests he and Rayyan spend the night in the Mosque to prove it’s completely ghost-free. Meanwhile, a love-struck Nate goes to extreme lengths to ask Poppy out on a date. And Thorne helps Baber overcome his irrational fear of Jinn.

  • Amaar tries to get the town to support his new Mosque, but finds only disinterest and some outright derision when he reveals that his divine inspiration came from a chicken. Meanwhile, Baber is determined to prove the town isn't ready for a new mosque by trying to get himself arrested. Sarah has a crisis of faith and considers eating bacon, while Ann suffers a crisis of love while sexting the now absent Charles Thorne.

  • Amaar unexpectedly gets a sign from above after Baber tries to help Amaar find his new purpose. Meanwhile, Ann's crush on Charles fuels old sibling rivalries when she encourages her new flame to help out with Rev. Thorne's Destination Church Spectacular. Sarah is left to deal with the town audit single-handed.

  • Amaar and Rayyan's first official dinner party as a married couple goes off the rails when Thorne's brother Charles shows up in Mercy.

  • Amaar needs Baber and Thorne’s cooperation to win a coveted Multi-Faith Award, but Baber and Thorne try to cut Amaar out when they discover the award comes with a cash prize. Meanwhile, Ann sets Sarah up on the worst first-date of her life, which leads to the worst second-date of her life. And Nate and Fatima team up to make a multi-ethnic sandwich.

  • Amaar tries to impress Rayyan with his non-existent handyman skills, which results in secretly recruiting Sarah for her do-it-yourself expertise to get the job done. When Rayyan become suspicious of Amaar's ability to suddenly fix things, she volunteers him to fix Fred's shower. Baber and Thorne challenge each other to a fasting competition that escalates to insane heights, even for them.

  • Amaar tries to solve Rayyan's problems at work with her new receptionist Poppy, but it causes Rayyan to become extremely stressed at home. Meanwhile, Ann takes Sarah out for a ladies night at a local bar while Baber and Thorne compete for Sarah's religious allegiance.

  • Amaar and Rayyan cut their honeymoon short and return home so that they can help Sarah deal with her divorce from Yasir. Rayyan tries to drag Sarah to a divorce support group but when Sarah won’t go Rayyan brings the group to her. Meanwhile, Amaar decides to sort out his Imam related issues with Baber and Thorne once and for all.

  • Having mastered his work at the mosque, Amaar has devoted himself to good works volunteering for Islamic Assistance International and is thrilled when they offer him a full-time job. But that joy is tempered with sadness when he realizes the job would take him to Montreal and that Rayyan isn't sure she wants to move. Meanwhile, Sarah and the Mayor become convinced a new doctor in town is trying to steal Rayyan's practice.

  • When Yasir announces his impending return, Amaar and Rayyan seize the opportunity of his visit to set a wedding date. They soon discover they don’t have time to plan a big wedding and turn the event over to Sarah, who goes over the top with arrangements they don't love. Amaar saves the day when he finds the perfect spot for them to marry. Meanwhile, the only way Thorne can get Baber to help with his tax problem is to convince cranky Fred to do a favour for Baber.

  • Urged on by the women of the Mosque, Rayyan runs for the board. But her victory is short-lived when Baber finds a clause in the constitution forbidding women from participating. Worse yet, Amaar agrees to uphold the constitution, no matter how upset Rayyan is. Meanwhile, Thorne enlists Sarah to help him connect with the people of Mercy and she loses her newfound friends to him.

  • When Thorne starts acting oddly, Rayyan is convinced he's up to no good and follows him. She discovers a newly tongue-tied Thorne has fallen for Mercy's quirky librarian, Rose. Rayyan tries to bring the couple together -- despite Amaar's pleas to avoid meddling – and nearly torpedoes the awkwardly blossoming relationship. Meanwhile, Sarah and Fatima's friendship is tested when Fatima hires Sarah to do renovations in the café.

  • The excitement of their first joint purchase is ruined when Rayyan discovers that Amaar heard her snoring as she tried out mattresses. Meanwhile, Sarah, Thorne and Baber try to outdo each other in the charity department when a man down on his luck passes through town.

  • Rayyan urges Amaar to befriend a lonely Rev. Thorne but quickly finds herself shut out when the former frenemies find much in common. Meanwhile, when a mishap at the Mosque is misread as a hate crime, Sarah covers for the Mayor until she has to come clean and mend fences between the Anglicans and the Muslims.

  • Amaar becomes self-conscious about his own meagre earnings compared to those of his fiancée, Rayyan, who is always eager to pick up the cheque and pay for gifts. He decides a pre-nup is the best way to show her he won't be financially dependent on her. Meanwhile, Thorne is wracked with guilt when Sarah discovers he lied to replace her in a community bridge game.

  • Amaar babysits with Rayyan who is trying to convince him to include children in their future.

  • Amaar searches for the perfect way to propose to Rayyan after getting Yasir's permission to marry his daughter. Sarah volunteers to help but soon what is supposed to be the most magical night ever becomes a series of comic misfires. Meanwhile, when Thorne finds the town has turned on him after his bad behaviour toward the Muslims, he tries to find a new way to fit in.

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