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1995 Season, Episode 107 (Transcript | Credits)
Possum Lodge Radio Ep. Guide Sedgwick The Thief

Red and his pals search for buried treasure in the middle of Possum Lake.

Cast (in order of appearance): Harold Green, Red Green, Old Man Sedgewick (mentioned), Bill Smith, Dalton Humphrey, Ranger Gord, Winston Rothschild, Hap Shaughnessy

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Segment Summary[]

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Opening Words: Women better themselves. Men better their friends.

Plot: The men start trading various junk for more junk, leaving Harold with a picture of a possum from Old Man Sedgewick. Red identifies it as a picture of Possum Lake. It is actually marked with a mysterious X. Everyone thinks it's treasure. Naturally, it turns into a contest on who can make the best diving suit so that they might retrieve the untold riches at the bottom of the lake. Harold spends all of his time in the library to try to find out what the treasure might be, instead of hunting for it like everyone else. It is eventually found by Harold that in 1943, Old Man Sedgewick worked on the railroad. Red eventually claims the treasure, which turns out to be a railroad sign in the shape of an X.

Adventures With Bill: Bill watches birds from a duck blind.

The Experts: Dalton gives his view on telling a child about the facts of life.

Red's Campfire Songs: The most popular thing men like to do.

Handyman Corner: Red makes a lawn roller out of two dryers and a bicycle.

Visit With Ranger Gord: Gord explains a safety rule in the woods: always have a buddy, which he insists that he does.

Buddy System: Red and Winston explain how to get out of missing a date with your wife .

Visit With Hap Shaughnessy: Hap talks about his days as an elephant wrestler.

Red's Handyman Tips: Red identifies different sizes of pipe wrenches.

Fun Facts[]


  • As mentioned by Steve Smith on Red Green: Duct Tape Virtuoso, in terms of the lawn roller that Red makes for this episode's Handyman Corner segment, he goes through several rolls of duct tape in search of something to attach the duct works together before finally settling on adhesive tape to do that job. According to Smith, they used a hundred episodes to set up one joke.

Inside References[]

  • This is the second episode to show the lodge members searching for buried treasure, after The Treasure Hunt.

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