The Red Green Show

Season 8 Episode 6

College Life

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Unknown on CBC
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Harold goes off to college where he shares an apartment with three girls. Red makes a doggie ride out of a car door. Bill has chain saw problems. Special Guests - Peter Keleghan, Albert Schultz, Gordon Pinsent

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      • Arnie: (introducing Loonie) Loonie here has got a lot of good points. He's not afraid of anything, and he's good with a hammer and a nail. You give him a hammer, a nail, and a shingle, and he gets in a bit more trouble.

      • Red: (advising older men on others waiting for their parking spot) The scientists say that this is actually a holdover from the evolutionary days of the old caveman, where they would protect their territory. Things have gotten so pitiful that our territory now comes down to two parallel lines on the asphalt out in front of the 7-Eleven.

      • Harold: (talking about a new girlfriend) She's so cool. Oh, her name's Harriet. She's so cool.
        Red: Harriet? Oh, like Ozzie and Harriet.
        Harold: Ozzy Osbourne has a girlfriend named Harriet?

      • Red: Saw a show on the space program last night. Apparently, dogs were in space before humans. Oh, yeah, way back when, the Russians fired a dog into a little capsule and launched him off into orbit. I bet everything went fine until he stuck his head out the hatch to feel the breeze in his face!

      • Red: (singing) If you tie a string to your finger to remember what might be forgot, it's a little trick that I like to call the Handyman Forget-Me-Not Knot. Just make sure it's a bit of a slipknot that'll fall off as the week goes by. Otherwise, you'll sit there with a string on your finger and never remember why.

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