"They say necessity is the mother of invention. Don't know who the father is; probably remorse." So says Red Green, although this wisdom doesn't stop him from turning a car into a dump truck or using a dump truck to clean out his car. The complete ninth season of the public television hit's 15-year run also sees Harold leave the Lodge for corporate life in the big city (with frequent visits from his uncle, of course). Meanwhile, gas station attendant Dale joins the group, and Ranger Gord begins his series of oh-so-educational cartoons.
Join Red, Harold, and all the guys at Possum Lodge for a year's worth of doing what men do when women aren't around-and some things that are even worse. "Sweet tales of male stupidity" -Toronto Sun. 16 episodes, 3 DVDs, approx. 400 minutes.
Harold moves to the city and takes a corporate job.
The Fishing Derby
The men have the lake tested when the fish stop biting.
Lady in Red
A beautiful young chiroprac
- Production notes written by series creator Steve Smith.
- Character bios
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"Sweet tales of male stupidity"--Toronto Sun
"A very funny Canadian TV series. One of the best!"--British American TV DVD Blog
31/2 stars. " Very good"--Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"Amusing enough to sugge
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