Nothing epitomizes the corruption of the Canadian television industry like Ken Finkleman, a man so contemptuous he circles all the way back to contemptible. For some unknown reason, TV executives take him for some kind of lovable curmudgeon, oblivious to the fact that he hates them – along with his viewers and everyone else in the country.

Canada has a lot to answer for in its endemic tall-poppy syndrome. Still, nobody in Canada is less deserving of fame than Ken Finkleman.

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