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1981 Total Slimings: 12
Total Waterings: 28
Total Pies: 26
Much like the 1979, the second series of episodes originally aired in Canada in an hour-long format, but when the show went into syndication, the live segments and some comedy skits were edited out to make the half-hour show it was known as for the rest of its run. This season also reused some sketches from "Whatever Turns You On" with current cast members redoing the skits.

New regulars included Angie Coddett, Martin Kerr, Darryl Lucas, and Brodie Osome. After 1981, many of the regulars who were with us since the premiere season left the show - Jono Gebert, Rodney Helal, Kevin Schenk, and Kevin Somers.

Episode Guide
No. Title
Original Air Date
US Air Date
15 Work, Work, Work
01/24/1981
01/02/1982
16 Transportation
01/31/1981
01/06/1982
17 Strike Now
02/07/1981
01/13/1982
18 Dating
02/14/1981
01/20/1982
19 Fitness
02/21/1981
01/27/1982
20 Safety First
02/28/1981
02/03/1982
21 Sexual Equality
03/07/1981
02/10/1982
22 Personal Hygiene
03/14/1981
02/17/1982
23 Smoking
03/21/1981
02/24/1982
24 Crime and Vandalism
03/28/1981
03/03/1982
25 Drugs
04/04/1981
03/10/1982
26 Nutrition
04/11/1981
03/17/1982
27 Peer Pressure
04/18/1981
03/24/1982

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Work, Work, Work
Since Christine's father believes that working on a TV show is not real work, she spends the episode shoveling dirt in and out of a wheelbarrow on the link set.
Transportation
Ross continually says certain phrases that put Christine in some unfortunate situations, including being shot with a cannon, falling from an airplane without a parachute and others.
Strike Now
Disappointed in being paid as much as the ten year olds (though, as Kevin is quick to point out, she's the same size as the ten year olds), Christine announces that she is going on strike for more money just when she's cued to start the intro.
Dating
While waiting at home for her boyfriend, Nigel, to call, Christine gets a call from Ross for being late to the studio.
Fitness
To demonstrate a way to keep fit (and in yet another "gimmick" episode from this season), Christine hosts the show from an exercise bicycle in front of a blue screen, whichs makes it appear that she is actually pedaling somewhere.
Safety First
Due to the theme of the show (which is safety), Christine attempts to explain how certain, everyday things (like ladders, or, oh, say, chainsaws) can become dangerous when used incorrectly.
Sexual Equality
As Moose is doing the intro, Lisa, Kevin, Brodie and Rodney claim that her job is too easy and they want a chance to host.
Personal Hygiene
Christine reasons that since this episode is about keeping clean, she will keep clean ... by hosting the show from her bathtub.
Smoking
Ross interrupts Moose's intro because he is coughing uncontrollably. He blames it on his cigarette. Upon this, Moose asks why he smokes, and Ross says it's because he enjoys the "fresh taste."
Crime and Vandalism
Mr. Dime begins noticing that most of the furniture in his office has been disappearing until HE disappears, himself.
Drugs
Christine announces that the show is about drugs, but they can't *really* make it about drugs or they'll get taken off the air. So, custard pies are substituted.
Nutrition
Moose introduces the viewers to some good, healthy foods and also explains the benefits of eating them, but she ends up wearing most of it.
Peer Pressure
Kevin suggests to Lisa and Rodney that the show would get higher ratings if someone mooned the camera. They agree that it is a good idea, and he should be the one to do it ... unless he's chicken.