The Best Episodes of The Red Green Show
Last Updated: Dec 7, 2018
The Red Green Show is a Canadian television comedy that aired on various channels in Canada, with its ultimate home at CBC Television, and on PBS stations in the United States, from 1991 until the series finale April 7, 2006 on CBC. The Red Green Show is essentially a cross between a sitcom and a sketch comedy series, and is a parody of home improvement, do-it-yourself, fishing, and other outdoors shows (particularly The Red Fisher Show). The show initially aired on CHCH Television in Hamilton, Ontario, before moving to CFPL-TV in London, Ontario for the third season. It then aired on the Global Television Network for three seasons before ending up at CBC for season seven onward.
#1 - The Big Inboard
Season 1 - Episode 1
The men at the lodge build a huge outboard motor out of a V8 engine. Red demonstrates the belt sander. Harold discusses sex education and Bill teaches canoeing.
#4 - Practical Joke Week
Season 1 - Episode 5
It's practical joke week at the lodge. Red builds an elevator out of a garage door opener. Ranger Gord falls in love with a log. Bill shows you how to make your own fishing gear.
#5 - Running Of The Bulls
Season 7 - Episode 1
The gang at Possum Lodge stage a Running of the Bulls with the usual disastrous results. Red builds a Hummer out of 2 Hyundai Ponys on Handyman Corner and Bill and Red go camping on Adventures with Bill.
#6 - Big Guy Little Guy
Season 7 - Episode 6
Red joins a big brothers club just so he can compete in a soapbox derby. Bill collects butterflies. Red turns a car into a tow truck.
#8 - Who Wants To Be A Smart Guy
Season 10 - Episode 14
Dalton represents the Lodge as a contestant on a tv trivia game show. Red shows how you can be in your own tourist photos without asking a stranger to take the picture. Red turns a van into a sports car using duct tape and paint. Ranger Gord has an animated film about defending yourself against a sasquatch. Ed Frid hypnotizes a chicken and Red puts a rotary antenna on his car to improve his radio reception.