|1993 Season, Episode 64 (Transcript | Credits)|| |
The lodge plans to conduct a biosphere experiment.
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Plot: Red and Harold announce plans for the lodge to procure government funding by creating an enclosed environment in which it covers itself over with plastic. However, no one wants to officially commit to the project yet. Harold does not think anybody participating will take all that they'll need, but Red is unconcerned. But when everyone learns that everyone must remain in the biosphere for at least two years, they back out.
Red's Campfire Songs #1: Red being with someone.
Handyman Corner: Red shows various uses for a stepladder.
The Experts: Hap explains how computers work, by way of Morse code, which he had used in World War II.
Red's Poetry (The Winter of Our Discount Tent): Red coming home from a Christmas office party with garlic on him.
Visit With Ranger Gord: Red queries Gord on being alone with the biosphere being created. Gord explains that mind and body are one and must both remain active.
Red's Campfire Songs #2: Lodge men acting so manly.
Adventures With Bill: Bill makes an outdoor shower.
Harold's Segments: Harold hosts a segment called "Handyteen's Corner".
Red's Advice to Teenagers: Red advises teens against getting a tattoo.
Visit With Reg Hunter: Red asks Reg for legal tips on the biosphere. Reg, who is making his own chowder, explains that most biosphere projects last at least three years.
- During the closing credits, Mark Wilson (Glen Brachston), Bruce Hunter (Bob Stuyvesant) and Ian Thomas (Dougie Franklin) are seen at the Lodge Meeting, but they have no lines and are uncredited for this episode.