"We were concerned about environment and ecology, in the early '80s before it was really on the public radar. But it was an issue that was arising among young people and we tried to reflect that on the show. We did shows about race relations, we did shows about social equality. We did shows about crime in its forms. When we got our crew jackets made at the end of the season, we put "Sex, Dogs and Rock 'n' Roll". Never has family entertainment been made by such a group of reprobates."
One of Canada's most iconic television programs stars a German Shepherd and a melancholy theme song that can stick in your brain for days and make you question conformity.
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