The Red Green Show: The Infantile Years, Seasons 1991-1993
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"Age doesn’t always bring wisdom. Sometimes age comes alone." So says Red Green, master of all things Canadian, manly, and duct taped. In this collection of The Red Green Show’s first three seasons, Red and the gang are in their youth prime early middle age--but you’d never know it. It was only the beginning of the half-baked ideas, crazy contraptions, and unintended consequences that seemed like they would never end, but did, after 15 hilarious years.
These 72 episodes introduce series regulars Ranger Gord, Bill Smith, Hap Shaughnessy, and, of course, Red’s beleaguered but beloved nephew, Harold.
For more laughs than you can shake a hockey stick at, join Red, Harold, and all the guys at Possum Lodge for their first three years of doing what men do when women aren’t around—and some things that are even worse. "Effectively and magnificently spoofs the male ego" --The Detroit News.
EXTRA JUNK: Introduction by star and creator Steve Smith, Red and Harold character profiles, and biographies of stars Steve Smith and Patrick McKenna.
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The second season was forced into doing sit com scenes with new people who can't act and aren't funny. Imagine redoing Mayberry RFD complete with a very bad imitation of Barney Fife. New characters come & go nearly every episode because they are so bad. The best part of these scenes is the fact that Red walks out in the middle of the 'action' in every episode.
Poor Steve Smith whose brilliant creation was hijacked in this season. I recommend fast forward through the sit com stuff and just watch Bill and Red doing their very funny stuff. The ending monologues are sometimes good too. If you do watch these then here's a tip: If it's Red alone or Red + Harold or Red + Bill or Red + Glen alone then it's funny.
Bill & Red are still hilarious (when Red shows you how to improvise a hammer what could be funnier?). So these are worth seeing eventually but the other seasons are so much better you should start with them. Steve hadn't quite got his game on compared to the later seasons and then they forced him into the sit com thing, luckily only for 1 season. I bet he wanted to play dead for that entire season.