|4th Season, Episode 86 (Transcript | Credits)|| |
Moose Thompson successfully wins a lawsuit against a ski resort/golf course and soon actually owns it.
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Plot: Red reveals that Moose Thompson had filed a lawsuit against a ski resort/golf course for an accident he had endured there, and is now waiting for results. It is soon revealed that Moose won the lawsuit, but the resort could not pay the settlement, so now Moose owns the resort and its equipment himself. Soon after, the lodge members picked up some of the resort equipment to see what they can do with them. In the end, they all end up so injured from the equipment that they are now suing Moose for damages.
Opening Scene: Red explains that men nowadays do most of their fighting in court instead of physically.
Red's Campfire Songs: Tucker's Mountain.
Buddy System: Red and Winston explain how to answer a woman when she asks, "Am I fat?"
Handyman Corner: Red creates an indoor driving range.
Red's Sage Advice: Body changes.
Visit With Glen Brachston: Glen's boating tip is to build a frame for the boat tarp so a boat can be stored properly.
Adventures With Bill: Bill and Red compete in a driving contest.
Red's Poetry: "Putting In the Dock".
Visit With Dalton Humphrey: Dalton is worried that with the resort closed, its equipment is worthless.
The Experts: Winston explains how to deal with nervousness in preparing for a speech.
- A lodge member, in this case, Winston, appears in two main sequences instead of just one.
- During the Buddy System scene, Winston parodies the phrase "Methinks the lady doth protest too much", which was originally heard in Shakespeare's play, Hamlet.
- During his Sage Advice column, Red quotes the phrase, "Youth is wasted on the young," which he claims was originally said by Oscar Wilde. Actually, it was originally said by George Bernard Shaw.
- The Adventure segment in School Bus Blimp would have a similar theme to the Adventures With Bill segment in this episode: a golf contest at a driving range, with a bet placed on it.