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This evolved into "The Experts", where Red and another character answer alleged letters from viewers and always give ridiculous advice, often debating on what the viewer meant or needed."The Experts" was always introduced with one of the lodge members (usually Harold, Mike, Dalton, or Winston) saying, "Welcome to 'The Experts' portion of the show where we examine those three little words men find so hard to say..." The audience, in front of which the show was filmed, would then chant in unison, "I DON'T KNOW!These segments were interspersed with each episode's three main plot segments.The most frequent segments were "The Possum Lodge Word Game", "Handyman Corner", and "Adventures with Bill".Red narrated each Adventure as the action occurred.

The Red Green Show is essentially a cross between a sitcom and a sketch comedy series, and is a parody of home improvement, do-it-yourself, fishing, and other outdoors shows (particularly The Red Fisher Show).

Directors on the series include Steve Smith, Rick Green and William G. During the show's long run, The Red Green Show was nominated for 23 Gemini Awards, but only won once: In 1998 for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series.

The title character, Red Green (Steve Smith), is a handyman who tries to find shortcuts to most of his projects, trusting most of his work to duct tape, which he calls "the handyman's secret weapon".

Red attempted to demonstrate creative and often humorous ways to tackle relatively common tasks, such as taking out the trash or making use of derelict cars, or to create something extravagant out of whatever he could get his hands on.

Memorable examples included a paddlewheeler made out of a van on pallets and a revolving door, a jetpack made from two propane tanks, a hybrid car from recycled golf carts and satellite dishes, and a kiddie ride made from a bar stool attached to the agitator of a washing machine.

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