This Hour Has 22 Minutes Season 24 Episodes

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Season 24 Episode Guide

Episode 1 - October 4, 2016

Federal Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan guest stars when This Hour Has 22 Minutes returns for its 24th season. The premiere also features a field report from the most-watched U.S. presidential debate ever, a look at the Liberal government’s spending habits, and Things get Stranger.


Episode 2 - October 11, 2016

We catch up with Donald Trump in NYC. The episode also features the return of Agnes, a look at the Rogue Tenor’s new album, and we Netflix and chill.


Episode 3 - October 18, 2016

We catch up with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as they prepare for the final Presidential debate. The episode also features the return of Hipster Chef and a look back at the Liberal's first year in office.


Episode 4 - October 25, 2016

We get a closer look at locker room talk, examine the left wing media conspiracy, and meet Trump's PR firm. The episode also features alternative Hallowe'en costumes, a true Survivor, and the appointment of a new UN Ambassador.


Episode 5 - November 1, 2016

Tonight on 22 Minutes we play the tremendous new game Settlers of Catan: Trump Edition. The show also features the return of Raj Binder, a look at the Pheonix Pay System and some advice from Elizabeth I Hillary Clinton.


Episode 6 - The 22 Minutes Election Night Special

22 Minutes has your election pre-game primed and ready with the best of our U.S. election coverage. See Donald Trump take a lie detector test, get to know a few presidential candidates running as independents, and go behind the scenes for some real locker room talk in this 22 Election Night extravaganza.


Episode 7 - November 15, 2016

Canada reacts to Trump's victory. The episode also features three very special guests: environmentalist David Suzuki, Peter McKay, and - making his first appearance on 22 - Tom Green.


Episode 8 - November 22, 2016

We catch up with Donald Trump in Washington, and Shaun Majumder tries to convince Peter MacKay to jump into the Tory leadership race. The episode also features the return of the Hipster Chef, and the introduction of the Trudeau challenge.


Episode 9 - November 29, 2016

Mark Critch cozies up with Tom Mulcair for a campfire at the Eternal Flame. The episode also features "Catherine McKenna" breaking up with coal and Crazy Jeff has your Canadian winter forecast.


Episode 10 - December 6, 2016

Mark Critch cozies up with Tom Mulcair for a campfire at the Centennial Flame. The episode also features a Cash for Access Christmas, and we head to the Panic Room with Betty Hope to delve into a "post-truth" world.


Episode 11 - January 10, 2017

22 Minutes is back with a special one-hour episode. Guest stars Paul Sun-Hyung Lee of Kim's Convenience, Jonny Harris from Murdoch Mysteries and Still Standing, and Annie Murphy of Schitt's Creek will help 22 Minutes look ahead at 2017 - the most anticipated year of the year! The episode also features Mark Critch in Ottawa with Perry Bellegarde, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, and a political panel with Rosemary Barton, Robert Fife and David Cochrane.


Episode 12 - January 17, 2017

Mark Critch speaks with MP Navdeep Bains in Ottawa. Also on the episode Q's Tom Power interviews the Aga Khan, we play an exciting new cabinet shuffle edition of Jenga, and investigate smart household appliances.


Episode 13 - January 24, 2017

Peter Mansbridge (Mark Critch) convenes a special At Issue panel to reflect on the Tory French language debate. The episode also features Kevin O’Leary (Mark Critch) pitching to the Beaver’s Den with a look at a brand new dating site.


Episode 14 - January 31, 2017

Mark Critch speaks with MP Navdeep Bains in Ottawa. This week also features a sneak peek of the soon to be hit show: The Alternative Facts of Life, and 22 Minutes examines the Canadian dream.


Episode 15 - February 7, 2017

Mark Critch speaks with former Mexican President Vincente Fox about Trump and the wall. This week also features an interview with Tory leadership hopeful Michael Chong live in the 22 Minutes studio, and the return of P.E.I. Witness News.


Episode 16 - February 14, 2017

We look back at some of the best moments in Canadian news, politics, and culture from our 24th Season.


Episode 17 - February 28, 2017

Mark Critch speaks with Tory MP Tony Clement - watch to see if he will hang up on 22 Minutes too! This week also features a look at asylum seekers arriving in Canada, and we get an exclusive look at the Least Racist Person Ever Awards.


Episode 18 - March 7, 2017

A look at packing strategies for smooth travel to the U.S. Mrs. Enid and her grandson Tyler discuss living in a multi-generational home and we go to court to experience the hotshot dolphin lawyer taking on Marineland.


Episode 19 - March 14, 2017

Melania Trump (Susan Kent) reads from an updated “Oh The Places You’ll Go.” This week also features Michelle Rempel, wearing her sommelier hat, the Newfoundland & Labrador curling team as they should sound, and yet another Anne of Green Gables reboot.


Episode 20 - March 21, 2017

We have an exclusive interview with Inspector Gadget. This week also features the return of Devin, who discusses his recent Senate appointment, plus we look at what to do if you can’t trust the banks, and the vigilantes behind online creep catching.


Episode 21 - March 28, 2017

Mark Critch sits down for a one-on-one with Peter Mansbridge. This week also showcases a new P.E.I. map and a Casablanca remake tailored for the digital age.


Episode 22 - Canada's 150th Special

What did the Vikings actually think of the country upon their arrival? Is Tom Cochrane the official ambassador of the Trans-Canada Highway? In this one-hour special, 22 Minutes uncovers the “truth" behind some of the famous (or infamous) moments that make up our national consciousness.


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