Former Sportsnet anchor Jody Vance has spent the last 3 years in the centre of the universe as the lead anchor of Leafs TV. On Monday, she returned to British Columbia as the co-host of CityTV’s Breakfast Television. She made her debut alongside Riaz Meghji, who organized a special welcome from three Vancouver Canucks.
I’m not sure if I can adequately describe what ensues, so it’s probably best that you just watch it.
Cory Schneider’s “french accent” is a highlight, but it’s Maxim Lapierre that steals the show. First he congratulates Jody on her new “jig,” apparently assuming that Vance is an irish dancer. Then he mangles Riaz’s name, who will be known as Riaz McGee from this point on. At this point there is no confirmation that CityTV is renaming the show to “McGee and Me.”
Also, Michael Buble asks Vance for some fantasy hockey advice at the end of the video. Look, Michael, if Sidney Crosby is still available in your hockey pool, you’re in a terrible hockey pool. You should have joined the Anti-Fantasy Pool instead.
Stick-tap to Morgan for the tip.Tags: Breakfast Television, Canucks, Jody Vance, McGee and Me