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1986 Total Slimings: 39
Total Waterings: 29
Total Pies: 11
In 1986, we said "goodbye" to long-time host, Christine McGlade, after she fulfilled her contract obligations five episodes into the season, and Alasdair Gillis became the official host. Incidentally, this was also Alasdair's last syear on the show. This year welcomed four new regular cast members - Andrea Byrne, Amyas Godfrey, Matthew Godfrey, and Alanis Morissette.
Episode Guide
No. Title
Original Air Date
US Air Date
90 Fairy Tales, Myths, and Legends
unknown
unknown
91 Pop Music
unknown
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92 Know-It-Alls
unknown
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93 Parties
unknown
unknown
94 Garbage
unknown
unknown
95 TV Commercials
unknown
08/18/1986
96 Country
unknown
08/19/1986
97 Back To School
unknown
08/20/1986
98 Illness
unknown
08/21/1986
99 Enemies and Paranoia
unknown
08/22/1986
100 Savings
unknown
01/02/1987
101 Contests
unknown
unknown
102 Censorship
unknown
unknown
103 Luck
unknown
01/01/1987
104 Poverty and Unemployement
unknown
unknown
105 Part-Time Jobs
unknown
unknown
106 Sleep
unknown
12/29/1986
107 Home
unknown
12/30/1986
108 Discipline
unknown
unknown
109 Mysteries and Crimes
unknown
12/31/1986

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fairy Tales, Myths, and Legends
In the 1986 season premiere, the gang takes a look at everything from The Sword in the Stone to the legend of Robin Hood.
Pop Music
Alasdair is convinced he can become a rock star and forms a band with the gang called the Green Slimes.
Know-It-Alls
This episode introduces Matthew Godfrey as the "nerdy know-it-all" which remains his on-stage persona until the end of his tenure on the series.
Parties
The gang tries to convince Ross to throw a big party on the set. They succeed, but end up celebrating with cardboard cake and spring wat ... uh ... liquid.
Garbage
In Christine McGlade's final show, the sanitation workers go on strike and the studio becomes a staging area for the city's garbage.
TV Commercials
The gang visits Wink Chippendale's School of Commercial Acting and attempt to sell a few of Ross' faulty products in between very well written commercial parodies.
Country
It's the Hatfields versus the McCoys as the gang milk cows and feed chickens when the set is turned into a farm.
Back To School
Ross gets bit by the studio schooling bug as he teaches the gang to spell, solve chemical equations and carry the decimal point.
Illness
The green slime flu strikes all who utter the magic words.
Enemies and Paranoia
Ross and the gang prepare for the arrival of the Soviets and their new show, "Don't Do That On Television, Comrade."
Savings
Alasdair and Adam fight over the new girl on the set while Alasdair ponders how to have enough money to buy a car when he turns sixteen.
Contests
While Matthew counts jelly beans in order to win a counting contest at the mall, Alasdair enters a "slime-in" contest.
Censorship
The censor board discovers the show and uses bleep machines and black boxes in an attempt to clean it up.
Luck
It's all about rabbit's feet and horseshoes as the gang rely on their charms for luck.
Poverty and Unemployement
After the gang lose their jobs, Naida's father hires them as her servant.
Part-Time Jobs
A hilarious recurring scene with Adam Reid and Abby Hagyard is one of the highlights in this look at the job market for kids.
Sleep
The cast and crew try to stay awake after an all-night taping session is called.
Home
The gang talks about the fun and comforts of home.
Discipline
Ross disciplines the cast by enrolling them in a military-style boot camp.
Mysteries and Crimes
A plate of Barth burgers and cast members disappearing one by one leaves a baffling mystery for the great Inspector Flusseau.