Years of fruitcake entertainment from the creation of Steve Smith (Red Green) & Rick Green (Bill). See more use of duct tape the "Handy Man's Secret Weapon" "Spare the duck tape-spoil the job." Hear the phrase "If women don't find ya handsome, they should at least find you handy" so often you'll be repeating it. Red can't explain nephew Harold (Pat McKenna) except "Uncles can't be choosers." Red actually once told Harold, "Speaking of misconceptions, of which you are one."
Red Green, at some point in the set, is similar to other comedy stars. He resembles Red Skelton's commonness and innocent thinking. He resembles Tim Conway with off-beat gags, almost becoming believable. He's like Lucille Ball, Queen of American Comedy, a steady normal expression regardless of event preposterousness. He's Groucho Marx through smile-free one-liners. Green is Canada's Tim-The-Tool-Man-Allen. As straight faced, solemn through gags as Bob Newhart. Dare we compare to Bullwinkle the Moose?
This set is the zany hilarious dull-witted back-woods red-neck show that continued for 1 1/2 decades and accumulated a cult-like following equal to many rock stars. It's a great `Man-Gift'. Women with a piqued sense of humor will find this show engaging. LOL comedy. "Red Green Comedy Pinnacle Perfection" of imagination and dummm-ness, classic craziness, Canadian calamity...Possum Do-Do.
Closed Captioning is available, sometimes helpful when you are laughing too hard and loud to hear the audio. It's a large price but almost enough episodes (300) to last one-a-day for a year, taking Sunday off to rest your laugh muscles.
Released earlier but still also available in smaller sets. See those listings for my reviews that list episode titles.