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  • Actors: Steve Smith, Derek Edwards, George Buza, Laurie Elliott, Gavin Crawford
  • Directors: William G. Eliott
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Collector's Edition, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: ACORN MEDIA
  • DVD Release Date: May 15, 2007
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000NJMJH0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,159 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Red Green Show - 1998 Season" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 14 episodes from the 1998 season
  • Red and Harold character bios

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It was a very good mostly okay not-as-bad-as-it-could-have-been year.

Wit and wisdom of Possum Lodge
Written by and starring Steve Smith

As Red says, "You have to grow old, but you don’t have to mature." Eight years into its 15-year run, The Red Green Show showed no signs of maturity. This complete season of the public television hit sees Red at his most inventive, making a heart pacemaker out of a digital clock and trying to run the lodge electrical system from a car cigarette lighter, just to name a couple dismal but hilarious failures. It was also the year that Red ran for mayor and Harold ran off . . . to college. College??

Join Red, Harold, and all the guys at Possum Lodge for a year’s worth of doing what men do when women aren’t around—and some things that are even worse. "Red is a manly man with a bent brain pan . . . a hip cult classic" —The Detroit Free Press

EXTRA JUNK: Red and Harold character bios.

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In its eighth year, the Canadian comedy series carries on its absurdist brand of rustic humor in The Red Green Show: 1998 Season. As always, the Possum Lodge's indefatigable handyman, Red Green (Steve Smith), proves a never-ending fount of ideas about turning junkyard debris into modern conveniences and applying a bit of know-how to applications of duct tape on anything and everything. 1998 Season gets off to a scary start with the prospect of Red’s nebbish nephew Harold (Patrick McKenna) leaving the show to attend college, which might be true or might be a ploy to earn Red’s respect and attention. (The pre-credits teaser is one of the series’ best: Red offering a suggestion about how to keep birds from crashing into one’s picture window.) "House Moving" is literally that, an episode about moving an old building by balancing it on pick-up trucks. Guest star Graham Greene (Dances With Wolves) is around in a show in which Red demonstrates how to turn a car into a backhoe. "College Life" raises the prospect of Harold going off to school again, this time sharing an apartment with three girls, a situation for which he is less than prepared. In "Free Apricots," a tractor-trailer flips and provides Red and his chums with a large supply of the fruit; meanwhile, Red invents a car jack that goes really, really high. The very funny "Town Services Contract" finds the Possum Lodge boys receiving a contract for towing, snow-plowing, and ambulance services to Possum Lake. One of the best episodes of the season, "Mad About You," concerns Harold attempting to teach Red about anger management, an effort that goes hilariously awry. --Tom Keogh

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Worth watching over and over.
D. S. Fehringer
Red makes a doggie ride out of a car door.
Paul J. Mular
It keeps us laughing and laughing.
B. Spoelman

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 3, 2007
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More classic Red & Harold episodes from Canada's funniest show! (I just hope some earlier seasons come out before the later post-Harold seasons)

Season 8 : Episodes 162 - 175

Episode 162 - "Harold's Leaving"

Harold ruins everything by going off to college. Red builds a fishing boat out of furnace ducts. Bill gets a trout in his pants and Ranger Gord describes his numerous lightening encounters.

Episode 163 - "House Moving"

Red and the guys try to move an old building by balancing it on pick up trucks. Bill discovers a correlation between ladders and gravity. Red turns a Cadillac into a backhoe. Special Guest - Graham Greene.

Episode 164 - "Neither Rain Nor Sleet"

Red starts his own postal system. Bill demos the rifle range. Red makes a heart pacemaker out of a digital clock. Mike Hamar shares a trick for high school reunions.

Episode 165 - "The Cult Visit"

The lodge is visited by a strange cult from the planet Gorgon. Red builds a riding mower out of a Pontiac and a ceiling fan. Bill tries roller blade street hockey. Special Guest - Gordon Pinsent.

Episode 166 - "College Life"

Harold goes off to college where he shares an apartment with three girls. Red makes a doggie ride out of a car door. Bill has chain saw problems. Special Guests - Peter Keleghan, Albert Schultz, Gordon Pinsent.

Episode 167 - "The New Monument"

The lodge inherits an old army tank and gets it running. Red shows you how to teenproof your car. Bill tries axe throwing. Special Guests - Boyd Banks, Gordon Pinsent, Paul Gross.

Episode 168 - "Free Apricots"

A tractor-trailer flips over and the lodge members get an unlimited supply of apricots.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Towler on May 31, 2007
It's the long awaited release of the 1998 season of the Red Green Show! It was a short but wonderful season or as Red puts it; "It was a not-as-bad-as-it could-have-been year." This is a three disk set with 14 episodes. The video is crisp and clear and the audio is great too. The menus on the disks are easy to navigate through and there is the all important "play all" feature as well. As always; everyone we love and admire are in this set; Hap; Mike; Bill; Dalton; Edgar and Ranger Gord!

For those of you who already own the "Stuffed and Mounted" DVD's, here is a list of the episodes from this season that are also on the Stuffed and Mounted releases.

"The Mayor Race"- Red runs for mayor of Possum Lake. (Stuffed & Mounted 6)

"Better To Give Than Receive"- The guys become competitive blood donors. (Stuffed & Mounted 5)

"Town Services Contract"- Possum Lake hires the lodge to supply tow truck, snow plow and ambulance service. (Stuffed & Mounted 4)

"Life Cycle"- Red & Harold compete in a novel road race. (Stuffed & Mounted 3)

"Mad About You"- Harold teaches Red about anger management (Stuffed & Mounted 2)

Also worth mentioning; "It's A Wonderful Red Green Christmas" is available on DVD seperately.

In my humble opinion; even though almost half of these episodes have been released before, this is still worth owning. So if you love Red Green; show your support by buying this set. God willing if sales are good; the rest of the seasons will ultimately follow. Remember; I'm pulling for ya; were all in this together!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. Tadajewski on June 26, 2007
These are some of Red Green's best shows. A must-have for any of his fans or fans of good comedy in general!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. S. Fehringer on July 16, 2007
As always, Red-Green is funny and reflects the simplicity of a guys world. Worth watching over and over.
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We bought the 1997 Season after my husband got an e-mail with a Red Green clip. Then we bought the 1998 Season because the whole family enjoyed it so much. Now my 10 year old son and all of the ladies at work who have borrowed the DVD's are all running around making noises like Harold and quoting Red. These video's are addictive. We now have a Red Green line item in the family budget to buy the entire collection. I don't know how girls will react to the show but I know that little boys LOVE it. Harold is my hero!
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I showed the box to the Canadian Soldiers who work for me... they couldn't believe we watch Red Green in the States. Oh yeah. We can relate.

This is a great program. I fell in love with it the first time I saw it. This set has some of the better bits, with the Service Contract Episode and the Christmas Special. Demolition Expert Montrose is in this one too along with the animal control guy. Just a lot of fun to watch!
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By Fozzee on March 8, 2013
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You cannot go wrong with the funny antics of the Red Green show...it is very funny and a great collection of 'duct-tape' humor.
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I bought this DVD for my 19 yr old son when he was in college. He shared it with his college friends. This DVD is about as hilarious as it gets. It has one-liners that you will hear repeated over & over years later. I recommend it highly.
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