Having never spent much time in either North Dakota or Canada, we’ve always been fairly content to just rely on stereotypes to tell us everything we need to know about them. In fact, North Dakota is, as far as we’re concerned, part of Canada anyway, so one stereotype should suffice.
In other words, everyone in those places is friendly, says things like “a-BOAT” and “eh,” loves hockey, and is generally polite. These stereotypes are infallible and never wro– wait, what? A minor league manager slugs an opposing coach during a game? In Winnipeg? This we’ve gotta see.
(And we will see it…after the jump.)