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  • Actors: Steve Smith, Patrick McKenna, Rick Green, Bob Bainborough, Peter Keleghan
  • Writers: Steve Smith, Rick Green, Richard McDonald, Scott Albert, William Flaherty
  • Producers: Paul Osborne
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Acorn Media
  • DVD Release Date: September 16, 2008
  • Run Time: 25 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001B1Q2V8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,305 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Red Green Show - 2000 Season" on IMDb

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  • Character bios and production notes written by series creator Steve Smith

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Collector’s Edition

19 classic episodes from the PBS hit comedy

Wit and wisdom of Possum Lodge

One of Red’s many mottoes is "spare the duct tape, spoil the job." So when the lodge actually runs out of duct tape in one of these episodes, chaos ensues. In the complete 10th season of the public television hit’s 15-year run, Winston searches for a wife, Dalton tries not to cross his wife, and Red does what he does best -- turn junk into wild inventions that defy common sense. He also plays host to a foster child, 500 visiting Americans, meddlesome network executives, and Dalton’s emu ranch.

Join Red 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. "Rustic and rusty, north of the border deadpan zaniness" -- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

EXTRA JUNK: Character bios and production notes written by series creator Steve Smith.

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Life goes on at Possum Lodge, even with the absence of Red’s beloved if goofy nephew, Harold (Patrick McKenna), a longtime fixture on The Red Green Show. Harold does make an appearance in the Christmas episode of the The Red Green Show: 2000 Season, trading barely-camouflaged insults with his uncle Red (Steve Smith), whose handyman section of the holiday program ingeniously (if nauseatingly) demonstrates how to cook an entire turkey dinner under the hood of one’s car while driving. Red’s questionable resourcefulness rears itself again and again throughout the season, including such memorable events as turning a hot water heater, skis and a lot of duct tape into a snowmobile; repurposing a lot of plastic bottles, palettes and an old, revolving door into a riverboat; and converting old playground equipment into a log splitter. Red’s excitable Possum Lodge mates Dalton (Bob Bainborough), who looks like some Dickensian character of genteel poverty, and the weird Mike (Wayne Robson) get deeply involved in an ugly sausage-making competition, discuss the pros and cons of time travel (Red’s choice would be to go back in time and prevent the conversation), and look forward to taking Toronto’s garbage off that city’s hands. (They’re sure they can find a lot of stuff in Toronto’s trash worth keeping.)

The usual Red Green Show rituals are intact: the weekly word game that contestants never intentionally win; Red’s advice to middle-age guys about relationships, keeping junk, and the differences between men and women when it comes to shopping. There are also time-saving tips (how to use the wagging tail of a hungry dog to wash a car, for instance), and much else. Season highlights include Red’s effort to catch a lunar eclipse with Mike and Dalton, visits with the half-mad Ranger Gord (Peter Keleghan), and adventures with the mostly-deaf explosives expert, Edgar K. B. Montrose (Graham Greene). The season culminates in the hair-raising episode "No Duct Tape," which is about the panic that sets in when the lodge runs out of the ubiquitous stuff. --Tom Keogh

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Seriously great fun.
Weesel
Seriously, you can't go wrong with this set if you're looking for funny.
Richard Shirley
Curl up in your chair or couch and Enjoy !!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. L. Towler on October 27, 2008
Format: DVD
Here is a list of the episodes (* included in Stuffed & Mounted set)

Disk One:

"A Merry Red Green Christmas"- Harold returns home for Christmas.

"Sausage Envy"- The men enter a sausage-making contest.

"Foster Child"- A foster child spends the weekend with Red.

"What A Dump"- The lodge offers up Possum Lake to Toronto's trash.

"Winston's Wedding"- Winston plans his wedding- but lacks a bride.

"Man Of The Year"- The guys invent a candidate for "Man of the year".

Disk Two:

"Survivor"- Red locks himself in the lodge to avoid a toxic cloud.

"Historic Site"- Red and Mike try to declare the lodge a historic site

"Twinning"- Possum Lodge pairs with Iowa to increase tourism.

"Lunar Eclipse"- The men reminisce as they watch a lunar eclipse.

"Barter Starter"- Dalton loses out when the guys trade some items for the weekend.

"Out Of The Woods"- Red and Ed set a trap for an animal lurking in the woods.

"Cheap Jeep"- Red orders an army jeep that arrives in kit form.

Disk Three:

"DNA All The Way"- Everyone tries to prove he's related to a recently deceased rich man.

* "Who Wants To Be A Smart Guy"- Dalton appears on a trivia game show. (Stuffed & Mounted 6)

* "The Beaver Dam" - The lake level rises dangerously when beavers block the river. (Stuffed & Mounted 5)

* "The Dandruff Foundation"- The men align with a charity to avoid taxes. (Stuff & Mounted 4)

* "Damn You Emu"- Red and Dalton try to breed emus. (Stuffed & Mounted 3)

* "No Duct Tape"- The guys panic when they run out of the silver stuff.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nobody on September 20, 2008
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You might think a comedy series 10 years old might be getting stale, but The Red Green show was always stale anyway, it hardly changed its format throughout. If Steve Smith didn't close with the hockey stick reference the universe may have imploded.

But for me, the middle to late period is really when the series hit its stride, although it was a very relaxed gait, this never blazed with brilliance, preferring to warm with familiarity. The annoying chain saw sound in the background is gone, and the cast settled into a comfortable ensemble; Red, Dalton, Winston and Mike causing the trouble in the main thread, with Harold commenting from the sidelines. Comedy works best with a steady crew used to each other's timing, and when I think of the show, it's usually one of these later episodes that comes to mind.

But then I usually don't have to think of the show, it's right there on the screen, two shows a night, five nights a week of one of the local PBS affiliates, and it's been that way for years and years with no sign of slowing down. So I wonder a bit if it isn't premature to be selling the show? Oh well, hope they sell lots of these and Smith, McKenna, Green and the crew make some bucks, they certainly deserve it. And if it's not on ten times a week in your area . . . well, here you go.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. Hudson on May 2, 2011
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I love Red Green. I have loved the show and the characters since I first happened on the final 3 minutes of a season two episode on a local PBS station. I have recorded every episode that I can find, but my older tapes are getting pretty bad. Imagine my delight to see several of the seasons collected on DVDs.

The 2000 season is a pretty good one, even though Harold has departed for the city.They amped up the appearances of other characters like Dalton Humphries to good effect.

If you've never seen Red Green, might I suggest starting with some of the earlier shows so you get the full effect of Harold. Otherwise, I can recommend this collection.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard Shirley on March 2, 2009
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This is one of the funniest shows to ever grace television. Red and the rest of the gang at Possum Lodge continue with their fumbling, bumbling, and generally being men with more Handyman Corner, the Possum Lodge Word Game, and Adventure segments. Unfortunately Red's nephew Harold isn't around this season, but they do seem to do well without him.
Seriously, you can't go wrong with this set if you're looking for funny.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 1, 2008
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The Red Green Show was in its prime during these years. Sad to say the show is over, but I am grateful they are available on DVD. Now how about some extras, and putting out the sets a little quicker?

Well worth it. One of the best comedy shows ever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Poppy Robison on October 7, 2013
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The slapstick comedic stylings at Possum Lodge are typical for so many men. The world needs more programs like this one.
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By L. Gregory on December 14, 2014
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What can one say about Red Green, either you get it and love it or you don't. I just bought Steve's new book, Red Green's Beginner's Guide to Women(for men who don't read instructions), as a gift for my 22 year old son. Had to pry it from my 30 years old son-in-laws hands. It looks hilarious, I'm hopping to get to read it soon and I'm the mom : )
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By bubulah on April 13, 2014
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I love Red Green, but prefer the later episodes. This is a great addition to any Red Green collection! Fun!
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