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1983 Total Slimings: 16
Total Waterings: 22
Total Pies: 4
1983 marked the last season for regulars, Brodie Osome and Martin Kerr, but we welcomed newcomer Justin Cammy. With video game arcades rising in popularity, there was the addition of Blip's Arkaid to the roster of skits this season.
Episode Guide
No. Title
Original Air Date
US Air Date
41 Pets
unknown
10/05/1983
42 Rules and Regulation
unknown
10/10/1983
43 Manners
unknown
02/24/1984
44 Medicine
unknown
10/07/1983
45 Future World
unknown
10/14/1983
46 Media
unknown
10/03/1983
47 Inequality: Kids vs. Adults
unknown
10/19/1983
48 Nature
unknown
10/14/1983
49 Cooking
unknown
10/17/1983
50 Classical Music
unknown
10/24/1983
51 Rumors
unknown
10/21/1983
52 Fame
unknown
02/27/1984
53 Priorities
unknown
02/29/1984

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Pets
A lot of time on the link set is spent with Lisa repeatedly calling Moose a dog, since the "Pets" theme gives her the perfect opportunity to do just that.
Rules and Regulation
In the beginning, Ross informs the cast that the government has set up new rules and regulations for the minors working on TV shows to protect them from labor, including taking away their pay because "money corrupts."
Manners
Christine has the Book of Etiquette by Amy Vanderbilt that she wants to read out loud to the audience. Before she can start, Ross tells her she can only read "the book written by the producers of this show."
Medicine
Christine breaks her left leg right before the show starts, and she hosts with a cast on her leg, but Doctor Lisa and Nurse Luke take good care of her.
Future World
While the gang looks at the world of the future, Christine attempts to tell the future through horoscopes, then crystal balls, then taroh cards, then fortune cookies (which are all bad!) and, finally, the palm of her hand.
Media
During the pre-empt, the announcer says YCDTOTV will be "a new and improved show," so Lisa wants to make sure that the viewers will get the extra clean, whiter-than-white show they deserve.
Inequality: Kids vs. Adults
The show opens with Christine complaining that she isn't focused but Ross is, and claims it's discrimation against her age.
Nature
The gang looks at the world of camping and the great outdoors, especially Kevin, when he's all ready to go camping on his own. But the question is, does he have the skills to go into the woods?
Cooking
Warning: If Christine and Lisa offer you a pie they made (or anything else), run for your life!
Classical Music
Christine explains to the viewers that the opening music is actually a classical piece called The William Tell Overture.
Rumors
Uh oh, Christine's name tag is gone, her star disappears and the key doesn't fit the lock on her dressing room door anymore.
Fame
Kevin starts annoying everyone about his future fame with his new long, confusing stage name -- "Kevin Illyanovich Rasputin Kubusheskie.
Priorities
Ross says the program is cancelled because of the ballgame he has tickets to. It's a matter of priorities; he can spend the day with these "clowns" (the cast), or he can enjoy the day at the ballgame.