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Little Mosque on the Prairie - Season 4

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  • Actors: Carlo Rota, Zaib Shaikh, Sitara Hewitt, Debra McGrath, Manoj Sood
  • Directors: Jim Allodi, Michael Kennedy, Brian K. Roberts, Steve Wright
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Jan. 25 2011
  • Run Time: 414 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004AUP3RQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,317 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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CBC Television's hit sitcom LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE is the internationally-acclaimed comedy about Muslims and Christians attempting to live in harmony with each other in the small town of Mercy. And they are about to learn that it isn’t as easy as they thought.

The new season of LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE will come as quite a surprise for many of its fans. The friendly relationship between the Muslims and the Christians will be put to the test when the ambitious new Reverend Thorne takes over Mercy Anglican, and he isn’t keen on sharing his church with a bunch of Islam-y types. Amaar and Reverend Thorne will have to face off in a battle for the hearts and minds of Mercy, and many of the townsfolk will be pulled into the fray. Who will be left standing? And will they be left standing with their dignity in tact?

The affable Reverend Duncan Magee, hilariously played for three seasons by Derek McGrath, has left Mercy to do some good work elsewhere. His replacement, the Reverend William Thorne brings with him an ambition and commitment to his church that leaves little room for opposing viewpoints. If Magee was a bright light in the most loving and accepting Christian tradition, Thorne is less keen on ‘loving thy neighbour.’

The renewed conflict at the core of the new season will bring out the best and the worst in our beloved characters. The challenges will mount in other ways too. Rayyan will have to learn to live as an independent woman after being left at the altar. Sarah’s loyalty to work and family will be tested. Yasir will be torn between his wife and his mother. Baber will have to rise up to be the ultra-conservative Muslim he’s always thought himself to be. And Amaar will have to face the greatest test of all—himself. Oh, and Reverend Thorne.

LITTLE MOSQUE ON THE PRAIRIE is the same funny and heart-warming show it has always been. With a little more edge.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 5 2011
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While I had sworn to myself to boycott the show after the introduction of Thorn I relented for two reasons. An interview with Brandon Firla revealed his inspiration for the repugnant Thorn (a well known person from fox news), and the story of Mercy would be incomplete without season four. The show took a nose dive in quality in season four but the outcry from fans helped to turn it around for season five.
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By Tayliegh Lopez on June 13 2015
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Amar grows in his ministry, and a new Anglican minister is a master manipulator.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Another great season! March 22 2011
By Hugh Costello (real name) - Published on
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As an American Christian unfamiliar with Islam, I have been amused and entertained royally as I learned how my Muslim fellow people of the book live their lives and their faith in a North American small town. My collection of all four seasons of Little Mosque is the star of my DVD library, even though some of my close friends in New Brunswick can't appreciate the series.

I rank the show five stars even though I squirm a bit whenever the tall Anglican priest declaims his pique. For this season, the writers replaced a mild and comforting warm-hearted bumbler with a shrewed and conniving antithesis of everything a trusted cleric should be. The stars are awarded not because I dislike the character but because he is shaped so clearly as a knave.

The last few minutes of the last episode will gladden your heart.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Love this show!!!!!!!! Sept. 10 2011
By Mom - Published on
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Absolutely love this show! It is funny yet sensitive in it's portrayal of Muslims and Christians and the grand scope of their reactions to each other.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By StarStruck - Published on
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This is the funniest show on TV. I watch these shows over and over again and continue to marvel at the great writing and brilliant acting. Sooooo entertaining.
How to terminate a series March 26 2013
By bob turnley - Published on
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After 3 good years of a unique show which presented a community of muslims having fun despite their differences, disastrous changes were made. I've read that the ratings had slipped during season 3 and then slipped even more with season 4. Replacing the criminally under-utilized but always funny Rev. Magee with the ridiculously unfunny and overused and unbelievably bigoted and conniving Rev. Thorne completely changed the mood of the show. It basically became the Rev. Thorne show with Muslims. Fred Tupper's bigoted but funny character was marginalized to allow more scenes for Thorne. The Imam was consistantly made to look foolish by the new Reverand. Thorne's displeasure with being sent to this small town is always evident and further ruins the previously happy tone of the show. The craziness brought by the young newspaper editor character which was added at the end of season 3 was another big mistake. So in season 4 the show got younger, less Muslim, less real and less funny.
More Canadian humor Jan. 27 2013
By Ira Silverman - Published on
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We have enjoyed this whole series. It has a deft hand at demystifying religion and playing off stereotypes. The only downside is replacing Duncan Magee with a younger, more aggressive and unlikable priest. Still worth watching.

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