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Love at First Fight 

Thorne is still finding it difficult to relate to people in a meaningful way. As she is liked by everyone, he turns to Sarah for advice. She tells him to be himself, which he interprets as ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Kennedy

Writers:

Zarqa Nawaz (creator), Rebecca Schechter (developed in association with) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Zaib Shaikh ... Amaar Rashid
Sitara Hewitt ... Rayyan Hamoudi
Debra McGrath ... Mayor Ann Popowicz (credit only)
Manoj Sood ... Baber Siddiqui
Neil Crone ... Fred Tupper (credit only)
Arlene Duncan ... Fatima Dinssa
Brandon Firla ... Reverend William Thorne
Sheila McCarthy ... Sarah Hamoudi
Jayne Eastwood ... Mrs. Wispinski
Sarah Allen ... Rose
Rosemary Dunsmore ... Mrs. Harper
Raoul Bhaneja ... Suhail
Darryl Hinds ... Yousef
Aruna Adhya Aruna Adhya ... Mufeeda
Joan Gregson Joan Gregson ... Mrs. Thomas
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Thorne is still finding it difficult to relate to people in a meaningful way. As she is liked by everyone, he turns to Sarah for advice. She tells him to be himself, which he interprets as "don't lie". As that tactic offends many people, Thorne decides that he needs to practice his people skills with people he doesn't care if he pisses off. Much to Sarah's chagrin, he chooses to join Sarah's quilting circle, as he doesn't care if he never sees the women in the group or sew ever again. But when one of those two factors change, he faces a conundrum. Meanwhile, there is a vacancy on the mosque board. Some of the women want Rayyan to fill the vacancy, which no one has expressed interest in taking. She doesn't consider it until Baber tells her that a woman can't be on the board. After some strategic moves on both the pro and anti-women camps, Amaar learns that the mosque constitution does not allow women board members. Amaar feels he has to uphold the constitution as it represents the ... Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English | Arabic

Release Date:

28 February 2011 (Canada) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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