The Red Green Show is a Canadian television comedy that aired on various channels in Canada, with its ultimate home at CBC Television, and on PBS stations in the United States, from 1991 until the series finale April 7, 2006 on CBC. The Red Green Show is essentially a cross between a sitcom and a sketch comedy series, and is a parody of home improvement, do-it-yourself, fishing, and other outdoors shows (particularly The Red Fisher Show).
The show initially aired on CHCH Television in Hamilton, Ontario, before moving to CFPL-TV in London, Ontario for the third season. It then aired on the Global Television Network for three seasons before ending up at CBC for season seven onward.
Junior Singleton inherits a cow from one of the local farmers, and the men of the Possum Lodge offer to butcher it for him.
A rare Unicorn Owl is spotted near Possum Lodge, and the whole area is on the verge of becoming an environmentally protected sanctuary with no hunting or fishing.
Responding to the high price of beer, the men of the Possum Lodge decide to save money by brewing their own rather than curtailing consumption.
The popularity of "pick your own" strawberries and apples leads the men of the Possum Lodge to the conclusion that there’s a market for "pick your own" firewood.
A large quantity of hydrogen is released during an attempt to turn Possum Lake into a huge car battery, negatively impacting the quality of local life.
An attempt by a city couple to purchase the old schoolhouse leads the locals of Possum Lake to find a way to save it, or at least make it unmarketable.
One of the members of Possum Lodge decides to light his home by trapping fireflies in a huge skylight.
Old Man Sedgwick gets a badger caught in his pants.
Buster Hadfield and his brother buy a used conveyor belt, and the rest of the Possum Lodge members try to make it look like a smart decision.
To protest the utilities company, the men of Possum Lodge decide to generate their own electricity.
The Possum Lake area is hit by a huge storm, as predicted by Old Man Sedgwick's body.
The men of Possum Lodge fly in a couple of seas cows to create a marine entertainment centre that is reminiscent of other historic mistakes.
After a particularly boring exhibition of Busters Hadfield’s vacation pictures, the men of Possum Lodge try to suck the silver off the negatives.
When Moose Thompson successfully sues the local golf and ski resort and ends up owning it, he learns that in lawsuits, as in life, you should be careful what you wish for.
Encouraged by tourists'penchant for paying any amount of money for anything, the men of Possum Lodge decide to hold a gigantic auction.
Tired of watching their vehicles turn to rust, the men of Possum Lodge once again take the law of nature into their own hands.
A group of bandy-legged vegetarian filmmakers invade Possum Lodge to shoot a documentary on the environmental fallout of manly behavior.
An unexpected explosion in the paint shop gives the men the idea of painting all the local trees for fun and profit.
Somebody buys the lot next door to Possum Lodge and starts fixing it up, ruining the neighbourhood.
On Adventures with Bill, Bill and Red cut down trees with a chainsaw. Stinky Peterson's girlfriend gets his truck stuck in the ditch, but by the time it's over, Stinky is the one who's stuck and ditched.
To celebrate the anniversary of the invention of the spin casting reel, the people around Possum Lodge decide to stand in the centre of town for an aerial photo.
Junior Singleton decides to get a guard dog when all of his lawn ornaments are stolen.
Desperately seeking sustenance, the men of Possum Lodge decide to carve Rock Reef Point into a tourist attraction.
Old Man Sedgwick catches a 47-foot catfish in the Catch a Catfish for Confirmation Contest, and the men of Possum Lodge decide to make it into perfume. Red gives Harold a car, which turns out to be more trouble than it is worth. On Handyman Corner, Red attempts to construct a mobile sports bar.