The Gavin Crawford Show

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  • 2000
  • 3 Seasons
  • 3.6  (177)

A Canadian sketch comedy series from the mind of comedian Gavin Crawford Show. The show had an ensemble cast composed primarily of members of the Toronto Second City 1998 cast, which Crawford also belonged to. The skits feature a multitude of quirky recurring characters in short sketches.

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MaryPat Crawford
13. MaryPat Crawford
July 1, 2003
In the series finale, Gavin explores creative dreaming which upsets Marypat who seems to be losing her grip on reality. Mark Jackson takes piano lessons. Angel gets creative, and the Wondrous Von Dinkks seek an image update.
A Very Pretty Turnip
12. A Very Pretty Turnip
June 24, 2003
Gavin Takes a job teaching English but has trouble with one of his female students. Mrypat has net a handsome foreigner but isn't sure if he's really into her. Chad explains the frat house lingo.
Falsie Advertising
11. Falsie Advertising
June 17, 2003
Gavin takes a job as a stealth marketer much to the annoyance of Marypat. Ronny Rocker does performance art. Susan McKenzie figures out how to get on T.V.
Gavin the Red
10. Gavin the Red
June 10, 2003
Gavin tries to up his odds by dressing the part for auditions. Marypat is hesitant about lying to a prospective landlord. Red Ronny Rocker tries to get a record deal. Verna tries to cope with a disturbing vision.
Oh the Huge Manatee
9. Oh the Huge Manatee
June 3, 2003
Marypat can't get a disturbing e-mail attachment out of her head so Gavin searches for a solution. Adult star, Hugey Mcnutts starts work on a big - low budget epic. Kevin and Kyle's smart house turns out to be less than clever.
Oh Brother Who Art Thou?
8. Oh Brother Who Art Thou?
May 27, 2003
Gavin is frustrated when his partying younger brother wants to hang out with him. Librarian, Verna Howard thinks her gay co worker is homophobic. Jordan Jacobs tries to be tolerant at the gas station.
Gavin Inc.
7. Gavin Inc.
May 20, 2003
On the advice of his accountant (Pat McKenna), Gavin decides to incorporate and hires Marypat as his secretary. Stoner, Top Knott bemoans the coproprate agenda.
Sex, Lies & Actors
6. Sex, Lies & Actors
May 13, 2003
Gavin and Marypat quarrel over which of them the hot guy from their school days really has a crush on. Mark Jackson gets a protective helmet to deal with his "˜ball problem'. Ed Buchan's twin brother helps out when Ed and betty go away.
Mr. Pooter's Got Worms
5. Mr. Pooter's Got Worms
May 6, 2003
Gavin confronts his agent about getting better gigs while Marypat tries to avoid her downtrodden friend Allison. The Plastic Surgery Ladies drink for charity. Teen Mark Jackson runs for the trots, and Old lady Enid opens a shelter for stray kids.
Big in Japan
4. Big in Japan
April 29, 2003
Marypat discovers that a karaoke video she did has made her a star in Japan and Gavin is eager to profit off of the news. Red Ronny Rocker opens a School for "˜famousness'. Porn star Hugey McNutts get the chance to work with his idol, the Wombat.
Douche On Tan
3. Douche On Tan
April 27, 2003
Gavin tries "˜The John Scheck Super Success System' while Marypat discovers the joy of spray tanning. Mark Jackson's brother Chad heads off to University. Magician Karl Von Dink puts a curse on his troublesome wife.
Heart of Dorkness
2. Heart of Dorkness
April 15, 2003
Gavin and Mary pat go camping and run into trouble from Uwe Meyer who is running a macho camp for male models. Teen geek Mark Jackson has cougar trouble. Kevin and Kyle rough it at a gay campground. Ranger bob dates a porcupine.
Define and Tandy
1. Define and Tandy
April 8, 2003
Mary pat plays bridesmaid to a suburban bridezilla and Gavin want to be there for the show. Mild librarian Verna is visited by her "˜wild' college aged niece. Gay couple Kevin and Kyle are convinced that their dog has amazing powers.
Description

A Canadian sketch comedy series from the mind of comedian Gavin Crawford Show. The show had an ensemble cast composed primarily of members of the Toronto Second City 1998 cast, which Crawford also belonged to. The skits feature a multitude of quirky recurring characters in short sketches.

  • Premiere Date
    June 19, 2000
  • IMDB Rating
    3.6  (177)