Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Red Green Show: The Toddlin' Years

Can you ask for anything better on DVD than 3 seasons of The Red Green Show? You will find a nice evolution of this program in the box set, Red Green Show: The Toddlin' Years.

This set includes seasons 4, 5 and 6. You'll reconnect with Ranger Gord, Bill Smith, Hap Shaughnessy and Uncle Red's nerdy nephew, Harold.

My favorite parts have to be the black & white segments with Bill. Ranger Gord has his moments of hilarity as well, but the sound effects and geriatrics of Bill keep me watching episode after episode.

My second favorite is when they introduced the "Word Game". This is when one of the redneck characters has to get another redneck character to say a certain word. It typically devolves into an incoherent  mess until they bring the word out from left field.

They kept changing the intros to make things interesting, I suppose but I missed the original introductions and theme song.

You just can't go wrong with The Red Green Show.

Acorn Media puts this box set out and you'll be glad you got this set along with the Infantile Years.
Red Green Show: The Toddlin' Years (Seasons 1994-1996)

This was provided for review, at no cost, by Acorn Media/Acacia/Athena

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