List of The Red Green Show Episodes - Season 1 (1991)

Season 1 (1991)

  • Season one and two aired on CHCH-TV in Hamilton, Ontario, which aired Steve Smith's previous variety shows: Smith & Smith, Me & Max and The Comedy Mill (which aired in that order). Red Green was a recurring character on all three aforementioned shows.
Title Episode
The Big Inboard 1
The Elvis Sighting 2
The UFO 3
The Treasure Hunt 4
Practical Joke Week 5
Home Barber-Kit 6
He-Man Contest 7
Guest Elephant 8
Exotic Dancer 9
Lost Toupee 10
Talent Show 11
Problem Outhouse 12
Whittling Contest 13
Wind-Powered Boat 14
Hot Water Bottle 15
Lodge Visitor 16
Gun Powder and Salt and Pepper Shakers 17
Safety Week 18
Bad Chili 19
Water Tower 20
Jet Ski 21
New Well 22
Canoe Jousting 23
Water Slide 24

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