A REAL True Crime, S6E9 focuses on one of the most heinous, brutal murders of the 21st century. The murderer preyed on a victim that was innocent, vulnerable, and unaware. The victim? Humour & Good Taste.
On the second-to-last episode of Season 6, out-of-context selections presented in a stream of consciousness about Ice, Canned Foods, Something from a book called Bread, A condescending boyfriend, and the great City of Winnipeg, from the years (in no particular order) 1893, 1923, 1950, 1950 something, and 1913. This is, truly, a crime against good sense and decency.