Thursday, June 24, 2004


The Hek's reaction when he discovered that CTV moved The Ultimate Love Test to an earlier time and missed the episode.

Does Tim know about this?

The Hek

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

"Your vacuum cleaner ate my pants. There was nothing I could do."

The Hek

Saturday, June 19, 2004

It's amazing how time just flies by. I just don't understand it. Before I know it, I'll be old and wrinkly.

Another thing I have to put out of my mind.

The Hek

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Ah, Canada.

If you don't like how things are going, you can always rely on people's sense of humor: Whack The Prime Minister.

The Hek

Friday, June 11, 2004

If anybody knows a trampoline centre that gives lessons to children for free, please let The Hek know.

In the coming weeks: The Hek's thoughts on the Canadian election.

The Hek

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Well The Hek is back from Montreal. I had a fantastic time, the wedding was wonderful and the band was awesome. The band members were all Cubans, none of them were Jewish but, they knew all the Jewish songs and pronounced the words perfectly.

Back to the real world. Don't forget to watch The Ultimate Love Test tonight.

The Hek

Friday, June 04, 2004

Ever wondered what The Hek looked like?

Now you can thanks to Tim. Look at the entry for June 3, 2004.

I am back in Ottawa, heading for a wedding in Montreal.

The Hek

Wednesday, June 02, 2004

So television has taken all morals and values and thrown it out the window. It's a brand new show called The Ultimate Love Test. Couples are split up, one goes to a travel resort, the other stays home. The producers purposely give the people that are at the resort new possible, tempting love interests. They then tape all the escapades and send to the significant others who are at home. Emotions ensue, and in the end, nobody is happy. Whatever happened to trust and love? Why is it being toyed with? It's so bad, but it is so compelling, I can't stop watching it.

The Hek