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  • The Whole Truths (2016– )
  • TV Series | Comedy
The Whole Truths (2016– )
TV Series | Comedy

The Earth, billions of years old, home to millions of plant and animal species and - according to the Zodiac - as many as 12 different kinds of people. But, do a little digging and you might discover that Earth may be the most dangerous ...See moreThe Earth, billions of years old, home to millions of plant and animal species and - according to the Zodiac - as many as 12 different kinds of people. But, do a little digging and you might discover that Earth may be the most dangerous place there is. Award-winning comedy troupe Falcon Powder (Jim Annan, Scott Montgomery and Kurt Smeaton), portray three renowned 'knowledge experts' who give viewers all the insight needed to stay alive. Want to know how to survive a wolf attack? What South America is really all about? How not to let sleep get the better of you? Yes? Well, they're not here to give you all the answers; they're here to give THE WHOLE TRUTHS. Written by Annanymoys See less
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Updated Jul 4, 2016

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Jul 4, 2016 (Canada)

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Jim Annan
Gordon Fipp Gordon Fipp   See fewer
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Kurt Smeaton
Bruce Lapierre Bruce Lapierre   See fewer
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Scott Montgomery
Truck Weldon Truck Weldon   See fewer
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6.9 / 10 | 11 votes