Ashton Kutcher sports Redblacks t-shirt in NetFlix series

Dude, where’s my Redblack’s t-shirt?

Actor Ashton Kutcher, who plays Cole Bennett on the NetFlix comedy series The Ranch about a dysfunctional family of ranchers, wore a shirt with the team’s logo on a recently-released episode.

There’s no word on how or why a rancher in fictional Iron River Ranch, Colorado would be sporting gear from a CFL team but one of Kutcher’s co-stars in the series is Canadian Elisha Cuthbert, who is married to Ottawa Senators defeneman Dion Phaneuf (that’s her on the right in the picture above.)

Cuthbert, who is from Calgary, was the Grand Marshall of the Grey Cup parade when her hometown last hosted the championship game in 2009.

Kutcher has already been invited to a Redblacks game by running back’s coach Beau Walker.


17 Comments on Ashton Kutcher sports Redblacks t-shirt in NetFlix series

  1. Jimmy Breslin // June 17, 2017 at 4:15 pm //

    Hahaha great stuff !

  2. horsieland // June 17, 2017 at 4:17 pm //

    Common guys. It’s this type of notoriety that gives Canada the inferiority complex it has. This excites us? I bet if Micheal J Fox or Dan Akriod wore one nobody blinks an eye

  3. Eddiefelson // June 17, 2017 at 4:25 pm //

    Inferiority complex? Only to yankees..we know we are superior

  4. Jim Bentley // June 17, 2017 at 4:53 pm //

    Americans tend to be so inward looking that when a famous American gives notice to anything Canadian it is very noteworthy because it’s unusual. When Tom Hanks attended the Grey Cup, in Regina no less, with Martin Short and announced he has been a CFL fan for years it was amazing to find he interested in our fantastic football league.

    I don’t believe Canadians have an inferiority complex, it seems if you have to keep telling yourself and anybody within earshot that you are the best that you are feeling unsure about your own beliefs and have to keep convincing yourself, America are you listening?

    • horsieland // June 17, 2017 at 5:07 pm //

      Hanks at greycup and Kutcher wearing redneck shirt EXACTLY show inferiority because a Canadian was behind both. Martin Short and Kutcher’s girlfriend were both soliciting American approval

      I don’t remember Hanks saying he was a big CFL fan. I remember Shory saying he often held Grey Cup parties where Hanks and other celebrities might attend.

    • Robert Pierce // June 18, 2017 at 10:59 am //

      You said raging! Ha ha ha!

  5. Eddiefelson // June 17, 2017 at 5:20 pm //

    So i suppose when they show myers at a chicago game…oops never mind…that doesnt fit your narrative.

    • horsieland // June 17, 2017 at 6:09 pm //

      When they show Myers at a Chicago game does the host network drop everything and interview him?

  6. Anyway one looks at it – it is certainly good exposure for the Redblacks and the CFL. Take it for what it truly is and leave it at that.

  7. RalphInTheCreek // June 18, 2017 at 8:12 am //

    If only they could loose that name and call themselves the PinkYellows or the OrangeBlues.

    • I don’t particularily like the name either, I think they could have picked a better one but it pays homage to their past. Cleveland is known as the Brownsm, what the heck is a Brown?

  8. horsieland is pedalling what comes out of the horse’s arse to suggest we have an inferiority complex.

    It’s just an interesting, fun fact that negative Nellies like you want to take issue with due to your own inferiority which you demonstrate amply with that post.

  9. Really, if you haven’t actually watched the show, you shouldn’t write a stupid article like this.

    The story is that Kutcher’s character spent 10 years trying to make it as a pro QB with stops all along the NFL/CFL/AFL/AFL2/IFL trail. He frequently wears hoodies/t-shirts from the Spokane Shock, for example. Fits the story that he would have been a camp arm for the Redblacks near the end of his travels … hence the t-shirt.

    It’s not a great show, but I kill some time watching it. Point is … if you’re going to write an article, at least do 30 seconds of research before hitting the publish button.

  10. Kutcher looks more like Mark Cuban on that photo… And Cuthbert looks a lot like Spike from Degrassi.

  11. *in that photo

  12. Fun story thanks.

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