The Red Green Show (1991–2006)
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The Folk Art Convention 

Red sells improvised pieces of folk art at a convention.

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Episode credited cast:
Steve Smith ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bob Bainborough ...
Dalton Humphrey
Rick Green ...
Bill Smith
Jeff Lumby ...
Winston Rothschild III
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Harold Green
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Mike Hamar
Jerry Schaefer ...
Ed Frid
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Glen Brachston
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Red sells improvised pieces of folk art at a convention.

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Comedy

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TV-G
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4 November 2005 (Canada)  »

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When Harold places the oily fragment of wood on top of the stove, a huge jet of flame bursts up, but the flame comes from several inches behind the wood; it's not engulfing the wood itself. See more »

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Red Green: [remonstrating with Harold about his disgust for "modern art"] If it weren't for modern art, we wouldn't have the singing bass, the black-velvet paintings, or the "I'M WITH STUPID" t-shirts. Would you really want to live in a world like that, Harold?
Harold Green (Patrick McKenna): [with delicate dignity] Yes...! Actually, I would!
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References I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) See more »

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