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Hey Dude: Season 3
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Season Three episode highlights include a TV game show audition, a battle with rival Snake Eyes Ranch, a visit from Melodys troubled brother and an encounter with professional wrestler Lou Albano! Stars Christine Taylor as lifeguard Melody, David Lascher as senior staff member Ted, Kelly Brown as horse trainer Brad, Joe Torres as Hopi Indian native Danny, Debra Kalman as ranch hand Lucy and Josh Tygiel as Ernsts son Buddy. Jonathan Galkin joins the cast as Ernsts problem nephew Jake, and Geoffrey Coy comes aboard as Kyle, the son of Lucys ex-flame.
Hey Dude ran on Nickelodeon from 1989 1991 and has since become a cult sitcom favorite. So dust off your chaps and hit the trail with Hey Dude Season Three!
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It also means we've hit the year of the cast changes. After only two episodes in season two, Ted (David Lascher) leaves because he has to attend summer school. But before he does, he becomes a dictator when placed in charge of the ranch for a day and finally gets Brad (Kelly Brown) to go on a date with him. Her reaction to finding out he has to leave is so touching.
That also means that they bring in some new cast members. For most of this season, that's Jake (Jonathan Galkin), nephew of ranch owner Mr. Ernst (David Brisbin). Initially, he wants to leave, and his cousin Buddy (Josh Tygiel) wants him gone just as much. But then he changes his mind and tries to fit in. And in the season finale, we also meet Kyle (Geoffrey Coy), the teenage son of a friend of adult ranch hand Lucy (Debrah Kalman). And the sparks start to fly almost right away between Kyle and Brad.
So what else is happening around the ranch this season? Brad enters a jumping show. Lifeguard Melody (Christine Taylor) gets visits from both her best friend and her brother. Buddy tries to reunite his parents and decides he needs to move out…to the guy's bunkhouse. And Danny (Joe Torres)? Well, Danny just tries to hang on with all the other hijinks happening around the ranch. And there's plenty of fun going on as Melody stops being a nice guy and the ranch gets into a baseball game with their rivals down the road for water rights.
Okay, so it's not exactly great TV.Read more ›
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Great to bring back the memories from my childhood with a show like this. Loved watching it when I was younger and it was still fun today (even though the show is way more cheesy... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jim
I guess starred in the episode "Dueling Ranches".
I'm partial to the show.
My nephew turned 30 this year & when he was younger & I babysit him. He would always want to watch this show on Nickelodeon channel. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pixie
I loved this show when I was younger. Patiently waiting for season 4&5. Also waiting for salute your shorts, secret world of Alex mack.Published 15 months ago by Elizabeth Hewlett
Great show in the 90s! I watched a few episodes recently, brought back good memories and I fell back in love with Brad and Melody all over again.Published 17 months ago by Jim Coyle
Love it.have. season one n two.I'm reliving daughters first childhood .raised hr n her girlfriend on shows like this..fun.spirited nature.. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Thomas T
One of my favorite shows ever! I discovered the show when I was looking through the internet looking at different early Nick shows. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Katie