The Red Green Show

Season 6 Episode 4

The Driving Lesson

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Unknown on CBC
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Determined to get his driving license, Harold enlists Red's help in teaching him how to drive.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Possum Lodge Word Game:

        Prize: A water balloon launcher and 40 air sick bags.
        Player: Dougie Franklin
        Word: Canada

        Note: Dougie does not win the game.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Harold: (reading from the driver's manual) "Two drivers approach an unmarked intersection at the same time. Who has the right-of-way?"
        Red: The guy in the big truck.
        Harold: No, Uncle Red, it says here, "The guy on the right always has the right-of-way."
        Red: Unless the other guy has the big truck.
        Harold: Uncle Red, check the manual.
        Red: Harold, check the cemetery.

      • Red: There are two kinds of people: those who do things and those who write manuals.

      • Harold: (to Red and Dalton) Well, I hope you two clowns just remember, you are what you eat!
        Red: Well, you know, that's true, Harold. Tell us some more about your vegetables.

      • Dalton: You know, around our home, we will have as many as seventeen different kinds of meat in a week.
        Harold: Seventeen different kinds of meat??!! Which butcher shop are you going to, Mr. Humphries?
        Dalton: You don't need to go to a butch shop, Harold, when you live near the highway.

      • Red: (talking to Harold about driving) As a matter of fact, any time you can smell your own exhaust, that's nature's way of saying " Pick up the pace! ".

      • Red: Harold, I've been driving for thirty five years. I've never had a problem.
        Harold: No, you haven't, but everybody else on the road with you sure has!

      • Red: Okay, Harold, I got the van down off the gazebo. We can go again if you're sure which pedal is which now.

      • Red (after driving with Harold): Well, that wasn't so bad, Harold. Old Lady Benkman yelled a lot, but I think those shrubs were already dead.

      • Red: A rolling stop is fine.
        Harold: Rolling stop doesn't mean rolling over!

      • Red: Nobody in their right mind would give you driving lessons.
        Harold: You will? Oh, thank you!

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