SCTV Channel - Season 1

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  • The Best of SCTV
    The Best of SCTV
    Episode 19
    9/5/88
    7.2
    Guy and Edith plead to the FCC to keep SCTV on the airwaves while clips from the show's heyday are interspersed.
  • Pledge Week / The Steve Bashekis Story

    In a desperate effort to save the station, Guy and Edith start a pledge drive; a movie about a quixotic U.S. Senate campaign; a sober Lola Heatherton returns to SCTV to sing on behalf of the station, which is undermined by yet another live TV meltdown; Ed Grimley promotes his new album.

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  • You're On / Happy Hour
    7/3/84
    0.0
    During "Happy Hour," Happy Marsden introduces the final segment of "Six Gun Justice" before making a startling confession. Also, Floyd Robertson falls off the wagon, then tells the news staff that he's quitting SCTV.
  • Celebrity Fairie Tales / Canadian Gaffes
    Ed Grimley stars in and narrates "The Story of the Fella Who Was the Size of Someone's Thumb," while Dougall Currie hosts an incredibly tedious bloopers special.
  • Jackie Rogers Jr. For President / Happy Hour
    Jackie Rogers Jr. decides to run for President of the United States to impress a girl, then withdraws after receiving a call from Wayne Newton offering him an eight-week run in Las Vegas.
  • Half Wits / Save The World Parade
    5/22/84
    7.0
    Troy Soren and Joel Weiss cover Melonville's annual environment-oriented parade, which bores them senseless; "Half Wits" reaches the exciting championship round; Monster Chiller Horror Theatre presents "Halloween Always Falls on Friday the 13th."
  • 2009 Jupiter and Beyond
    5/8/84
    0.0
    Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, and Ernest Borgnine crash-land on Saturn in a spoof of "2001: A Space Odyssey." Also, a behind-the-scenes look at the movie finds co-producers Idella Voudry and Woody Tobias Jr. fighting for creative control.
  • Oliver Grimley
    Oliver Grimley
    Episode 12
    4/24/84
    0.0
    "Oliver Twist" is spoofed with Ed Grimley in the lead role and Tommy Lasorda as "The Artful Dodger." Also, Edna Boil decides to liquidate her assets.
  • Allenscam / Mel's Rock Pile
    4/10/84
    0.0
  • Youth, Do They Give a Damn or What? / Happy Hour
    "The Soren-Weiss Report" takes a look at today's high schools; Floyd Robertson stint as a motivational speaker implodes on impact; Happy Marsden demonstrates how to use a splicing machine.
  • Just For Fun / Black Like Vic
    3/14/84
    8.0
    Rusty Van Reddick does a PSA for nursery schools; tonight on "Just for Fun," Stan Kanter launches a discussion on nuclear proliferation; in a 1962 episode of "Vic Arpeggio," our hero pretends to be a black man in segregation-era Georgia.
  • Stars in One: Libby Wolfson / Happy Hour: Six Gun Justice / PSA: Stop Julio Iglesias
  • Spy Wrap / The Great Escape / Stalag SCTV
    Scripts start disappearing, and the staff begins to point fingers at Fred Winston, a new hire. Also, a comedy legend interprets a folk-rock great in "Lewis Does Dylan."
  • Half Wits: Semi-Finals / Happy Hour: Six Gun Justice / Stars in One
    During the first installment of the 1940's western "Six Gun Justice," inebriated kid's show host Happy Marsden discusses the career of Cheaplaffs Johnson; Brock Linehan chats with Bob Hope, who's producing a new version of "The Greatest Story Ever Told."
  • You're On / SCTV Foreign Film Festival: Das Boobs
    Irving Cohen tries his hand as a commercial spokesman; Melonville councilman Max Lansky looses his cool on a live call-in talk show; a spoof of the movie "Das Boot."
  • The Date Debate / Scary Previews
    1/3/84
    0.0
    Count Floyd introduces some film previews, including "Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde," "Cujo II," and "The Mysterious Disappearance of Dr. Tongue."
  • SCTV Special Presentation: It's A Wonderful Film
    The whole episode is a parody of "It's A Wonderful Life."
  • Hollywood Dirt Tonight / Mel McElroy Film Festival / Gimme Jackie / Lie Detector
    Sid Dithers finds love in "An Officer and a Gentile"; Perini Scleroso gets her own sitcom; "The National Midnight Star" is rechristened "Hollywood Dirt Tonight"; Australian actor Mel McElroy hosts his own film festival; a choatic Jackie Rogers Jr. concert is the subject of the documentary "Gimme Jackie"; a spoof of F. Lee Bailey's Lie Detector.moreless
  • Soren-Weiss Report / The Happy Wanderers / Melonville Calendar / Maudlin O' the Night
    Guy launches the new channel; The Schmenge Brothers try new wave; Edith Prickly and Edna Boil go double-dating in the film spoof "Prickly Business"; Steve Roman makes his own made-for-TV movie about JFK; "Melonville Calendar" honors a firefighter; "The Sammy Maudlin Show" is overhauled to appeal to a younger audience.