During the closing credits, a meeting between Possum Lodge members takes place. It is the last longest-running segment on The Red Green Show, behind Handyman Corner and Adventures With Bill. Most meetings take place in the lodge basement and always begin with the members crossing their arms over their chests as they're all saying the phrase "Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati", which is pseudo-Latin for "When all else fails, play dead".
Beginning in Season 9, when the Men Anonymous segment was discontinued, Red Green would remind the members to bow their heads for the Man's Prayer: "I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess." In one episode The Big Retreat, women took over Possum Lodge, and they did a reworked version of the Man's Prayer by saying "I am woman, hear me roar, I'm in charge, get over it". The members then move on into a story that is related to the episode.
This segment debuted in Season 2, and ran through the end of the series, where the Man's Prayer was changed to: "I'm a man, but I changed, because I had to. Oh well."