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Hailed as "the funniest thing on Canadian television since `Kids in the Hall,' " the award-winning "Baroness von Sketch Show" premieres to a U.S. audience courtesy of IFC. The all-female comedy series is created by and stars veteran Canadian actor Meredith MacNeill and Second City alumni Carolyn Taylor, Aurora Browne and Jennifer Whalen, who satirize modern life's everyday concerns, from the pretentiousness of ordering a fancy coffee to office and sexual politics. Other popular skits include a riff on being relegated to the over-40 section of a gym locker room, and a theory of what a women-only leadership summit would be like.

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Trapped in an airplane middle seat; Only cool babies can come to the party; The Bronte sisters love a bad boy.
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Groundhog Day; Don't move to Hamilton; A helpful cult.
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A superhero for our times; we're all dehydrated; going braless requires a sacrifice.
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It's an upside-down world for women; legal ramifications of the scrunchie; is it peri-menopause?
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Breastfeeding bullies; impossible sex positions; too accurate tarot card reading.
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Tickets to "Cats"; the circles of support; checking the mouse's references.
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No one wants to be a gay cliche; after 40, you're gonna want to exclusively drink white wine; a fierce manicure.
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Thank God it's Friday; a vegan's last meal; back pain; the horror.
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Living without regret; the power of the placenta; everyone has a podcast.
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A message to extraterrestrials; sending nudes; every office needs a hub.
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Friends share some gossip; sexual housekeeping; tips on making the perfect campfire.
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Selfies with celebrities; a prophetic bedtime story; the powers of a vision board.
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Tips on preserving an open bottled of wine; the girls tell a stranger to smile; a discussion on co-parenting.
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Another woman wears a great dress; second thoughts in the delivery room; the impact of incorrect spelling.
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Someone gets an unwanted gift; the impact of having bad bangs; the healing effects of the rock store.
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Tips on what to do when grammar doesn't feel right; a boyfriend is shy; running out of toilet paper.
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The ups and downs of vet visits; an experience of a close shave before birth; seating tips for Thanksgiving.
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A waiter makes a recommendation; an explanation of work friends versus Facebook friends; trivia night fights.
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Something special happens on a woman's 40th birthday; the miracle of dry shampoo; visiting a therapist at home.
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There is no quick question; the Red Wine Ladies attend a wedding; the dangers of the dance circle.
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How to be single after the apocalypse; the ultimate birth plan; an unhappy police officer.

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