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Q:
Do you mind that? 

A: Nah. It's fun. It's definitely quirky. We've been doing it a lot though—we just wrapped an episode today, and my entire storyline was spitting out Canada-isms. It's such an easy, funny thing for [the writers], and you can do so much with it. Every character has their go-to joke. With Jason [Segal, who plays Marshall], it's food stuff. He's always eating, looking for the best hamburger in the world or something. For me, I'm always throwing out sayings or things that nobody's ever heard of because they're Canadian. And then there's Robin Sparkles, who was only a star in Canada, but that story line's a whole thing unto itself.
 

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