A technical malfunction prevented all but a small handful their Wednesday episode, so today’s episode is mega-sized: Almost 90 minutes of Fumbling Towards Canada, a newly invented euphemism that seems to gather all sorts of meaning under its wide, flannel umbrella. Not just their health care system (which is cool) or their television programming (which rivals the BBC’s for quality shows) but the way we’ve sort of stereotyped that country here in America as being solid, and having things mostly together, and being nice. Yeah, there’s problems. There’s always problems. There’s always going to be problems. Problems like cancer taking good people too soon, and waking up at night still having nightmares about your husband’s heart exploding inside his own chest, and finding out that eight months after a personal ordeal has ended, you’re still a little emotionally wrecked, and those discoveries come at the oddest moments. But those problems seem a little bit more manageable the longer you keep Fumbling Towards Canada, to a maple-scented contentment that’s worth just as much, if not more, than millions of dollars.