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The Red Green Show: The Geezer Years

The Red Green Show: The Geezer Years

"Things don't improve with age. Look at your truck. Look at your roof. Look in the mirror!" So says Red Green, master of all things Canadian, manly, and duct taped. In this collection of seasons 13, 14, and 15 of The...more.
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Overview
"Things don't improve with age. Look at your truck. Look at your roof. Look in the mirror!" So says Red Green, master of all things Canadian, manly, and duct taped. In this collection of seasons 13, 14, and 15 of The Red Green Show, Red and the gang are hobbling towards retirement-but they've still got a few tricks left in the toolbox. In three seasons of mayhem, the boys dream up more of the half-baked ideas, crazy contraptions, and unintended consequences that seemed like they would never end, but did, after 15 hilarious years.

These episodes feature series regulars Ranger Gord, Bill Smith, Hap Shaughnessy, and, of course, Red's beleaguered but beloved nephew, Harold. 55 episodes, 9 DVDs, approx. 20 hours.
Episodes
Discs 1-3: 2003 Season
Disc 1
1. You've Got Oil:The guys agree to run a pipeline through their property.
2. The Drive-Thru: A delivery truck accident turns the lodge into a restaurant.
3. School Demo: The gang demolishes a local public school.
4. Change Will Do You Good: Ed brings a possum to the lodge.
5. The Earring: Winston gets a new fashion accessory.
6. Mailbox Wars: Someone is destroying mailboxes in town.
Disc 2
7. The String Ball:Red builds an enormous garbage disposal.
8. The Spelling Bee: The guys enter a spelling bee for a huge prize.
9. Pay It Forward: The boys attempt an unemployment scam.
10. Possum Day: A possum predicts the end of summer.
11. The Boat Ramp: Red designs an outdoor bathroom.
12. Comrade Harold: Harold briefly embraces communism.
Disc 3
13. Spokesman Red: Red shills for a major corporation.
14. The Chain Letter: The gang gets suckered into sending chain letters.
15. The Women's Circle: Red modifies a van for use on family trips.
16. Ranger Harold: Harold fills in for Ranger Gord.
17. The Sinkhole: Red demonstrates some handy painting tips.
18.Cyber Girl:Harold meets a woman on the Internet.
Discs 4-6: 2004 Season
Disc 4
1. Red's Hot Sauce: The guys create chaos with crossbows.
2. Life Is a Circus: The lodge celebrates its 75th anniversary.
3. Once More to the Well:Red demonstrates a novel fishing lure.
4. The Statue:Red accidentally destroys a historic statue.
5. False Idol: Harold auditions for a television show.
6. Harold's One and Only: The boys pay a visit to a nude beach.
Disc 5
7. The Grapes of Wrath: Possum Lodge becomes a winery.
8. The Lodge Election: Red might lose his top spot at the lodge.
9. Ticket to Fame: Red owes Harold 50 dollars.
10. Stay Tuned:The gang runs into a bear.
11. The Butter Man: Red decorates a Christmas tree using a ceiling fan.
12. Red Green Insurance: The lodge needs better health coverage.
Disc 6
13. Lodge Luau: Hawaii theme week goes poorly.
14. Hoard of the Flies: Red constructs a car out of old hospital equipment.
15. A Shot in the Dark:Harold and Red have to get flu shots.
16. Bye Bye Bonnie:The gang has an unfortunate encounter with a skunk.
17. Fishy Canusa Games:It's USA versus Canada in a fishing competition.
18. The Possum Drop:Red designs and builds a masculine chandelier.
Discs 7-9: 2005 Season
Disc 7
1. Rules of Engagement: Red demonstrates driving with no hands.
2. The Folk Art Convention: The guys have an ATV race.
3. Mr. Clean: The gang tries to improve the lodge's tourism prospects.
4. No Tell Boatel: Red builds an unconventional cruise ship.
5. Cell Hell: The boys get free cell phones.
6. Cart Blanche: The lodge members start driving golf carts.
Disc 8
7. New Yorkshire Puddings: Red tries to open a fast-food restaurant.
8. Exit Stag Right: The men plan a surprise bachelor party for Harold.
9. Mad You Say?: Harold worries about some suspiciously cheap beef.
10. No Place like the Home: Red tries to save Old Man Sedgwick from a nursing home.
11. Flying Blind: The lodge's application for an air show is denied.
12. The Bigger the Better: The guys try to create the world's largest crayons.
Disc 9
13. The Big Retreat: A group of female CEOs visit the lodge.
14. Rites of Passage: Red builds a unique musical instrument.
15. Sasquatch: Red hunts for the fabled creature.
16. Rain Man: Red tries to solve the local drought problem.
17. Love Is in the Air:Harold meets his fiancee's family for the first time.
18. Toe the Line:Red and Harold compete in a line-dancing contest.
19. Do as I Do:Harold gets hitched.
DVD Extras
  • Introduction by star and creator Steve Smith
  • Character profiles
Details
Packaging: Boxed set
Run Time: 20 hours
Format: Full screen
Number of discs: 9
Language: English
Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
CC: Yes
SDH: No
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Rating: NR
Press
"Merry mix of slapstick, one-liners, and wacky situations" --Toronto Star (Canada)
"Things don't improve with age. Look at your truck. Look at your roof. Look in the mirror!" -Red Green
"Rustic and rusty, north-of-the-border deadpan zaniness"--Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"A hip cult classic"--The Detroit Free Press
"A bona fide made-in-Canada classic with universal comic appeal"--The Globe and Mail (Canada)
"Sweet tales of male stupidity"--Toronto Sun
"Masterpiece Theatre this ain't"--The Washington Post
"If life gives you lemons, throw 'em into a quart of vodka."--Red Green
Awards
Gemini Award Winner for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (1998)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2006)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (2006)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Program or Series (2004)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Program or Series (2001)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Direction in a Comedy Program or Series (2001)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2001)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (2001)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2000)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (2000)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Series (1999)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (1999)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (1998)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Program or Series (1998)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (1998)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Series (1997)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (Individual or Ensemble, 1997)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (1997)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Series (1996)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (Individual or Ensemble, 1996)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Series (1994)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (1994)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy or Variety Program or Series (1994)
Gemini Award Nomination for Best Comedy Series (1993)
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