GB: No, Brown.
CP: My name, I mean. Isn’t it something Harper?
GB: That sounds right.
GB: Oh, I have no idea. Could be anything. Might not even be Harper.
CP: I can’t even name a single Canadian prime minister before me.
GB: Nobody can. You literally could be the first one ever.
CP: Before you were prime minister, it was Tony Blair. There are a lot of movies where someone plays him.
GB: Yes, Michael Sheen played him once.
CP: Related to Charlie?
GB: No, Charlie’s real last name is Estevez.
CP: Oh, right, I knew that.
GB: A prime minister does “blank.”
CP: A prime minister does…governing?
GB: Yeah, maybe.
CP: I think we’re like the president of the country, but maybe not as powerful.
GB: So Canada has a government just like other countries?
CP: Definitely. We have an army and laws just like real countries.
GB: But you’re also kind of a colony of England?
CP: I don’t know about the whole colony thing, but I think your queen is also our queen. I know there’s a picture of her on our money.
GB: Helen Mirren played her in the same movie that Michael Sheen played Tony Blair.
CP: Are Parliament and Congress the same thing?
GB: Yes, everything about England is the same as America, but with a different name.
CP: Like lifts are elevators.
GB: Exactly. And chips are French Fries.
CP: In Canada, hockey is a thing we do and like.