Chop Suey

Broadcast Run: 
1987 to 1993
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

In the comedy Chop Suey, the scriptwriters Christian Fournier and Ginette Tremblay recounted the daily lives of three young women who shared an apartment in Montreal.

Over the years, several neighbours and family members, cropped up with the trio, including Jean Côté, the building's janitor, Agathe Potvin, a 70-year old widow who was independent and urbane, and outraged at all kinds of social injustice, and the lawyer Carmen Saint-Pierre.

The TV soap opera Chop Suey was directed by Gaétan Bénic and Jean-Louis Sueur. The leading actors were Anne Bédard (Claude Jobin), Valérie Gagné (Hélène Gagnon), Marie-Soleil Tougas (Judith Létourneau). The show was broadcast from September 1, 1987 until 1993.

Written by Yvon Chouinard - September, 2008

 

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