M2OH Role: Lemon Twin
A 60 minute HBO documentary special, filmed in Toronto November and December of 1984, aired April 1985 (and 15 April on Superchannel in Canada). The farewell concert was filmed in a small theatre early in December. A documentary about Stan and Yosh’s last concert. It’s been compared to The Band’s ‘The Last Waltz.’ Written by Eugene Levy and John Candy. Directed by John Blanchard.
Directed by 
John Blanchard 

Writing credits (in alphabetical order) 
John Candy 
Eugene Levy Cast (in credits order) 
John Candy …. Yosh Shmenge/Pa Shmenge 
Eugene Levy …. Stan Shmenge/Ma Shmenge 
Dave Thomas …. Narrator 
John McAndrew …. Val Babbyit 
Rick Moranis …. Linsk Menjuvic 
Robin Duke …. Lemon Twin 
Catherine O’Hara …. Lemon Twin 
Mary Margaret O’Hara …. Lemon Twin 
rest of cast listed alphabetically: 
David Letterman …. Himself 
Paul Shaffer …. Himself 
Runtime: USA:60 min 
Country: Canada 
Language: English 
Color: Black and White / Color Awards: 
CableACE Awards 
1985 Nominated ACE Performance in a Comedy Special John Candy 
Performance in a Comedy Special
Eugene Levy 
M2OH music on the soundtrack include:
Mary Margaret O’Hara as one of the singing Lemon Twins
M2OH also appeared as an extra on SCTV:

Season 1 – Second City Television Show_11 

5 Broads Behind Bars

Cheryl’s boyfriend gets her stoned and persuades her to rob a convenience store. Convicted of robbery, she is sent to prison, where she is taken under the wing of the hardened lifer Kitty. They are terrorized by the sadistic prison guard Shultze. Eight months later, Cheryl is pregnant and hardened as they come. Kitty and Shultze have a final showdown.Cheryl – O’Hara; Raoul – Levy; Shultze – Candy; Warden – Ramis; Kitty LaRue – Martin; Judge – Thomas; Lawyer – Flaherty; Mitsy, convicts – Judith Dagley, Tabby Johnson, Robin Duke, Mary Margaret O’Hara, extras