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Old 02-17-2014, 02:22 AM   #1
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Default Wtd BIZARRE 1980-85 John Byner sketch show

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BIZARRE 1980-85 John Byner sketch show
This starred John Byner and Super Dave Osbourne (Bob Einstein) and loads of pretty gals.

It ran 6 seasons 141-160 episodes.

It was originally on Showtime in a raunchy version like Benny Hill.
A cleaned-up version was shown on CTV.

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Bizarre
Format Sketch comedy
Starring John Byner
Bob Einstein
Ziggy Lorenc
Beau Starr
Billy Van
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 141 [1]
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CTV
Original run September 1980 – September 1985
Chronology
Related shows Super Dave
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Bizarre is a Canadian sketch comedy television series that aired from 1980 to 1985. The show was hosted by John Byner, and produced by CTV at the CFTO Glen-Warren Studios in suburban Toronto for first-run airing in Canada on CTV and in the United States on the Showtime premium cable network.

Contents

1 Synopsis
1.1 Super Dave Osborne
2 Versions
3 DVD release
4 External links

Synopsis

The series featured slapstick sketches, monologues, TV parodies, and performances by guest stand-up comics. Byner's interactions with members of the studio audience, or with show producer Bob Einstein (who often came in to halt a sketch midway through), provided an early example of removing the fourth wall. Much of the humour on the show was considered risque during the original run of the series.

The series utilized a rotating ensemble of supporting actors who backed Byner up in his sketches. Besides Einstein this group included Billy Van, Billy Barty, and Wayne and Shuster alumnus Tom Harvey.

Bizarre had guest star performers during its run including Steve Allen, Frances Bay, Luba Goy (who was concurrently with the Royal Canadian Air Farce, at that time primarily a radio troupe), Victoria Jackson, Murray Langston (as The Unknown Comic), Howie Mandel, Pat Morita, Dave Thomas, Willie Tyler & Lester, Marc Weiner, Henny Youngman and others.
Super Dave Osborne

A regular feature of the show was Super Dave Osborne (a spoof of daredevils such as Evel Knievel), played by Bob Einstein, in which Super Dave would perform elaborate mock stunts meant to enthrall viewers; a reporter would assist in framing the sketch. Inevitably, the stunt would fail spectacularly, resulting in severe injury to Super Dave. These sketches would usually finish with a view of the scene, in which Super Dave was buried, encased, launched etc., as appropriate for the sketch. Meanwhile, feigning agony, Super Dave would discuss sundry details - information about the next show, why the stunt failed, or what he'd do to the reporter once he recovered from his injuries.

One notable Super Dave sketch was a stunt where he attempted to avoid being harmed while standing under a pile driver, by repeating the nonsense phrase "balloon ball". The stunt failed in typical Super Dave style, leaving him as a helmeted head atop two shoes. This particular sketch was popular enough that during the following season, Showtime ads for Bizarre featured a cartoon logo of Super Dave's helmeted head and shoes.

As usual for Bizarre, the Super Dave sketches contained coarse language, but led to a spin-off series (Super Dave) with a more family-friendly style.
Versions

Two versions of the show were produced: episodes that aired on the Showtime cable network in the United States contained nudity and coarse language. The versions that aired on CTV (and later in syndication) had the nudity removed and the language bleeped by a horn-honking sound. Although the "adult" version is most closely associated with Showtime, it did go out on a few independent TV stations during the 1980s, playing as late-night fare, although the "clean" version is the one that was more commonly found in syndication. Current Canadian broadcast content regulations, which are more lenient than those of the 1980s, might permit broadcast of the uncensored Showtime versions, but they have not been offered for broadcast syndication.

The "adult" version was also shown regionally on ITV in the United Kingdom, usually airing after 11 PM and with some of the more extreme language bleeped out conventionally.

Sketches containing nudity were censored for Canadian television and syndication by the inclusion of reverse angle scenes originally filmed from behind nude actors (generally women baring their breasts) or else alternate scenes that had been filmed with the models wearing a bra. Rare scenes involving a woman being naked below the waist, however, just had the skits end very abruptly.

The "adult" version has not aired on television since the Showtime airings and original syndication ceased in the late 1980s. The syndicated episodes have been rebroadcast since.

In 2008 the show was sold to TV Land Canada, later Comedy Gold, a classic TV channel in Canada. TV Land Canada aired the show as a marathon on New Year's Day 2009. The show was dropped from Comedy Gold's schedule in August 2011.
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Wow!
never thought someone from this board would ask for Bizarre!

It (the clean version), was on TVLand Canada awhile back and I did manage to record 37 discs of the show in SP mode (37x4= 148 episodes) so I imagine I have a good chunk of it. There are no episode numbers but there are episode guides out there that outline the sketches in each episode so it is possible to put a complete series together. Just haven't had the time to go through it yet.

Not sure if I want to put it out there just yet but wanted to be known that there is a VG quality set or near-set, coming soon.
It is also Closed Captioned (that's the reason for the third frame) ... I know there is a collector on here who is interested in shows with CC.


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Default Bizarre is under-rated

I think it's not as well known as it should be because
a. The title Bizarre suggests weird not funny and isn't quite memorable enough
b. Pay channel Showtime probably wasn't as popular even as pay channel HBO
b. 1980-85, there wasn't other means to spread its popularity.

But what a find.

The clips on You-Tube are funny..

Both John Byner and Super Dave are really funny on many other shows.
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Default Super Dave series

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The clips on You-Tube are funny..

Both John Byner and Super Dave are really funny on many other shows.

I have the Super Dave series also
and it's still airing on Comedy Gold here!!

Find me a good guide for this one. I have no idea how many episodes in this classic


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Default Episode guide to Super Dave at TV.com

Episode guide to Super Dave at
http://www.tv.com/shows/super-dave/episodes/


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Super Dave
Also known as The Super Dave Osborne Show
Genre Sketch comedy
Variety
Created by Allan Blye
Bob Einstein
Directed by Jack Budgel
Starring Super Dave Osborne
Composer(s) James Dale
Country of origin Canada
United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 95
Production
Location(s) Glen Warren Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada(1987-1988)
Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts, Markham Ontario, Canada (1988-1992)
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 22–24 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Showtime (United States)
Global Television Network (Canada)
Original run 1987 – 1992
Chronology
Preceded by Bizarre
Followed by "Super Dave All-Stars"

Super Dave (also known as The Super Dave Osborne Show) is a Canadian/American variety show starring and hosted by the fictional character Super Dave Osborne (played by Bob Einstein). It ran from 1987 to 1991 on Showtime in the US and the Global Television Network in Canada. Super Dave was spun off from the sketch comedy series Bizarre, which featured Bob Einstein in recurring roles, including Super Dave. Super Dave made his first appearance on the 1972 TV series The John Byner Comedy Hour. Einstein then regularly played the character on the short-lived 1976 variety series Van Dyke and Company, starring Dick Van Dyke.[1][2][3]

Contents

1 The show
2 Recurring characters
3 Running gags
4 On-air promotion
5 Syndication
6 References
7 External links

The show

Super Dave took place in a theater with an audience. The stage featured his signature "bulb wall" - a movable wall lined with red, white and blue light bulbs, which would act as a curtain. He would often do an introductory monologue, and introduce guest performers there. The studio was located at the fictional "Super Dave Compound" – a combination resort/theme park/learning center/etc. (anything needed for a particular episode). In the first season, in 1987, the compound was often referred to as the "stunt compound" or "Super Dave Complex". In the second season, the show moved to a different studio. It featured the same stage setup - the bulb wall and the billboard sign behind it; however, the studio was much larger. In the original studio, the stage was at the lowest point in the studio and was surrounded by a semicircle of bleacher-style seats (It was the same studio where Bizarre was taped, the Glen Warren Studios at CFTO-TV in Toronto). The new studio was a typical theater with a raised stage, a balcony of seating and private boxes. This was the Markham Theatre in Markham, Ontario.

A typical episode consisted of a teaser scene of Super Dave outside the studio, often somewhere else within his compound; his theme and introduction in the studio, usually featuring one or more artistic performances; followed by another remote scene, usually a stunt.

Musical guests on the show included Ray Charles, Celine Dion, Doug and the Slugs, k.d. lang, Jerry Lee Lewis, Colin James, Bobby McFerrin, Kenny Rogers, and Sonny Bono. Other types of performances were also featured, including ventriloquist Ronn Lucas, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, impressionist André-Philippe Gagnon, comedian Steve Allen, talk show host Regis Philbin, and the Smothers Brothers, whose variety show Einstein got his start writing for.

Besides simply bringing performers onstage normally, a false reason was often given for the performer's appearance - for instance, they might be introduced as a member of the show or compound's staff that Super Dave would allow to perform, or an audience member who suddenly revealed a talent. When a performer was introduced with such a fake background story, Super Dave would often go to thank the performer after a short simple performance, only to have them continue with a more elaborate performance before he could do so; this would repeat several times.

Super Dave's signature was to perform outrageous daredevil stunts which invariably went awry and resulted in his grievous injury - usually at the end of an episode. These included such things as riding inside the hub of a giant yo-yo suspended from a crane (the yo-yo broke free of its string and rolled off a cliff into a ravine) and being flung inside a giant football (the catapult malfunctioned and "spiked" the football instead of throwing it). After an injury occurred, Super Dave would usually appear torn apart, stretched, or otherwise injured. One of his signature logos is a drawing of his head (in a helmet or his baseball cap) on top of a pair of shoes with no body. This was occasionally how he appeared after a stunt resulted in something falling on top of him.

The compound concept was explored as the seasons went on, and he would increasingly forgo a stunt in order to demonstrate a new feature of the compound, or a new piece of technology they were working on at the compound. These demonstrations would usually have the same results as his stunts, and he would be injured. Sometimes he planned to go to a stunt, but ran out of time, and would be injured in some other way. There were rare episodes in which he had been injured before the show began, and was already in the hospital, or in which he was not injured at all.
Recurring characters

Super Dave was accompanied by several recurring characters including:

Mike Walden, Super Dave's announcer, whose loud suits were frequently the subject of mockery. He was almost always present in the remote segments. Walden would often say "Get that thing out of here!" after a failed stunt using dangerous machinery.
Fuji Hakayito (Art Irizawa), Super Dave's barely comprehensible stunt coordinator.
Donald Glanz (Don Lake), the manager of the Super Dave Compound. Amusingly, glans is the proper name for the head of the penis.
A Trinidadian steel drum band that only knew how to play Barry Manilow's song "Copacabana". They were always sent as a replacement for The Super Dave Band, who were unable to appear on the show when scheduled, usually due to a bar mitzvah (making them an unseen character). The Super Dave Band reportedly had a vast repertoire, which was featured in a game where audience members would try to stump the band by naming songs they would have to play. The steel drum band's leader would confirm they knew the song, and then play "Copacabana", frustrating Super Dave. A similar bit was "Name That Song", where the audience members would have to name a song played by the band.
Michel Lauzière, a supposed backstage worker who often came on to the stage unannounced to do an interesting performance or magic trick, much to the chagrin of Super Dave. After being told not to come back until he had something "unique", he would usually return seconds later with a different trick.
Bernie Weinthal, Super Dave's midget attorney.
Tony Cox, the president of the network, who always ended up getting Super Dave irritated somehow.
Danny, an unseen camera man who is always mentioned by Super Dave

Running gags

An early joke that appears to have been abandoned was Mike Walden mispronouncing Fuji's surname differently every time he mentioned him. As a later gag, Walden is unable to understand Fuji's explanations of stunts, though, despite his heavy accent, the explanations are quite understandable.
Mike Walden would often comment that safety equipment included "genuine Saskatchewan seal-skin bindings" (even though Saskatchewan is landlocked).
The stunts/injuries were usually done with the use of dummies, and Super Dave would often do overdubs both during and after the stunt.
Super Dave would often ask for help, requests which Mike, Donald, and Fuji usually ignored or misunderstood, and leave him alone injured. If they did realize he was hurt, their attempts to help him would usually result in further injury.
Super Dave would often overdub a "goodnight" speech while waiting injured.
Super Dave would often comment on his associates' incompetence; he would often refer to Mike Walden as a "putz". Every now and then, he would swear, but it was always bleeped out with a duck's quack or a horn honk, both from Bizarre.
Scenes would often continue after the characters believed the cameras were turned off.
Super Dave would often be hit or run over by a vehicle, even when the sequence had nothing to do with them, and often including ambulances after he had already been hurt.
Some of Super Dave's common catchphrases on the show included noting that something great would "knock your socks off", and exclaiming "new pain!" or "no pain!"[citation needed] when he was being injured.
Super Dave was often portrayed as self-serving, especially in scenes where he believed he was off-camera.
The show was often said to be running late, and Super Dave would often chide people for wasting time.
When naming famous people or other two-word proper names, Super Dave often mistakes one of the names and is corrected by Mike or someone near him, though he seems not to notice. For example, "tennis great Johnny Connors", corrected quickly by Mike to "Jimmy".
Super Dave was often presented with honors and awards, and then reminded his staff that he did not like to be embarrassed by doing so on the air. He would often receive a trophy, say how much it meant to him, then casually toss it away.
Super Dave would usually arrive at his stunt and tour segments in a vehicle, often with Donald or Fuji, to a waiting Mike Walden. He would sometimes arrive in unique vehicles including a personal hovercraft and an amphibious car.
Super Dave would often respond to critics in a disreputable or trashy news source; he would often reveal the name of the source, a reputable source such as 60 Minutes.
Many Super Dave commercial products were shown, and some were shown to have inflated prices.
Other services at the Super Dave Compound were shown to have inflated prices.
He would often invite audience members to participate in contests where they would be winning until the last question, and then be faced with an impossible final requirement, and lose a big prize in favor of Super Dave hats and shirts.
If Fuji was being exceptionally annoying, Super Dave would usually hand Fuji a small dumbbell, asking him "Here, hold this". Upon grabbing the dumbbell, Fuji would promptly fall to the floor due to its weight.

On-air promotion

Weekly 30-second promos were produced by Showtime Networks to promote the series. The announcer was Doug Jeffers, who abandoned his typical breathy relaxed style for one that was more ringmaster-like in tone and emphasis. The music bed for each promo was a generic track called "Circus, Circus, Circus". The producer of the bulk of these promos was Steve Kolodny, who was given a yearly appearance on the show as "a film student who has produced a Super Dave music video".
Syndication

Reruns started airing on Comedy Gold on September 6, 2011.
References

Jump up ^ BILL STEIGERWALD (2001-01-26). "TV REVIEW : 'Super Dave' in Showtime Debut - Los Angeles Times". Articles.latimes.com. Retrieved 2012-11-29.
Jump up ^ John J. O'Connor (1987-11-24). "TV Review; 'Super Dave' on Showtime - New York Times". Nytimes.com. Retrieved 2012-11-29.
Jump up ^ "Super Dave: Cliches For Laughs - Sun Sentinel". Articles.sun-sentinel.com. 2000-01-07. Retrieved 2012-11-29.

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Default Super Dave got start on John Byner Comedy Hour (1972)

I wonder if anyone has John Byner Comedy Hour (1972)
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ok, they've updated the entry on tv.com ..... cause that wasn't there about a year ago.
(season 1 is not complete though ... but I'll try and see how many of the other ones I have)

I wonder if they've updated The Hilarious House of Frightenstein too?
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Episode Eighty One

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
10
Rating
0.0

Super Dave opens a new pavilion dedicated to his stunt work. Later, Super Dave shows the different vehicles that are being displayed at his car show.
Episode Eighty

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
9
Rating
0.0

Super Dave unveils his new golf course and hosts a 'Place the Face' contest. Later, Super Dave honors Fuji's birthday by opening up a new car testing area of the compound using a specially designed car.
Episode Seventy Nine

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
8
Rating
0.0

Super Dave is interrupted by a familiar face looking to perform once again. Later, Super Dave looks to perform a stunt involving him being in a straitjacket inside a sealed safe underwater.
Episode Seventy Eight

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
7
Rating
0.0

Super Dave unveils the Ace Awards hall of fame building on his compound.
Episode Seventy Seven

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
6
Rating
0.0

Super Dave shows a blue jeans commercial he has filmed. Later, Super Dave unveils a senior citizen amusement park in his compound.
Episode Seventy Six

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
5
Rating
0.0

Super Dave unveils the new health and fitness center on his compound.
Episode Seventy Five

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
4
Rating
0.0

Super Dave is at a celebrity auto race and looks to drive a specially designed pace car but winds up in the hospital as a result.
Episode Seventy Four

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
3
Rating
0.0

Super Dave looks to recite a special poem he has composed but is interrupted by a familiar face wanting to perform. Later, Super Dave unveils a new part of his compound dedicated to the movies.
Episode Seventy Three

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
2
Rating
9.0 "Superb"

Super Dave inducts a new member into the Super Dave Hall of Fame. Later, Super Dave unveils a new area of his compound devoted to great television moments.
Episode Seventy Two

First Aired
Season
5
Episode
1
Rating
0.0

Super Dave unveils a senior citizen theatre on his compound.
Episode Seventy One

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
21
Rating
0.0

Super Dave lets a crew member from the compound perform. Later, Super Dave unveils the earthquake preparedness part of his compound.
Episode Seventy

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
20
Rating
0.0

Super Dave welcomes a ventriloquist as his guest tonight. Later, Super Dave shows a flight school he is planning to open.
Episode Sixty Nine

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
19
Rating
0.0

Super Dave welcomes The Smothers Brothers to the show. Later, Super Dave shows his safe soccer stadium.
Episode Sixty Eight

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
18
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave is annoyed by once again a crew member performing on the stage. Later, Super Dave uses a test car to demonstrate new safety features he has come up to protect a driver when he is bumped by another car.
Episode Sixty Seven

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
17
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave holds a recollection contest which involves showing some of his past stunts. Later, Super Dave shows a new area of his compound dedicated to created illusions on televisions and similar media.
Episode Sixty Six

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
16
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows what is going to be available for an upcoming car auction he is holding. Later, Super Dave shows his museum of modern art and the unusual pieces of art there.
Episode Sixty Five

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
15
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave challenges a guest to perform increasingly difficult tasks while playing a piano. Later, Super Dave is at his new eighty thousand seat stadium and looks to perform the toughest stunt of a pentathlon of five stunts Fuji has designed.
Episode Sixty Four

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
14
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave looks to make world history by doing a stunt that breaks the water speed record in a "superboat".
Episode Sixty Three

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
13
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave looks to perform a stunt involving jumping a bike over cars into a tank of water.
Episode Sixty Two

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
12
Rating
9.0 "Superb"

Super Dave opens an exercise complex for senior citizens at his complex.
Episode Sixty One

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
11
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave looks to mark the tenth anniversary of his compound but things go awry.
Episode Sixty

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
10
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave talks about demands from the network that he make the show sexier during sweeps week. Later, Super Dave shows a trial store he has set up on his compound.
Episode Fifty Nine

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
9
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave addresses a magazine article that criticizes the way he spends money for toy manufacturing. Later, Super Dave shows a geiger car that is being tested at the compound.
Episode Fifty Eight

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
8
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows off the new minature golf course in his compound, which includes a tape replay of past Super Dave stunts available on different holes.
Episode Fifty Seven

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
7
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave revisits the Confidence Building part of the compound. Later, Super Dave looks to perform a stunt commemorating Bond movies.
Episode Fifty Six

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
6
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave holds a Beach Boys song contest. Later, Super Dave looks to demonstrate his new racing track by driving a car around it.
Episode Fifty Five

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
5
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows the stables area of his compound. Later, Super Dave looks to go bungee jumping in his latest stunt.
Episode Fifty Four

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
4
Rating
8.5 "Great"

A stage hand asks Super Dave to be allowed to perform for the audience. Later, Super Dave gives a tour of a part of his compound called "Storybookland".
Episode Fifty Three

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
3
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave presents a music video made by a fan showing past highlights of the show. Later, Super Dave shows the new fast food restaurant on the compound that sells healthy fast food.
Episode Fifty Two

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
2
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows a souvenir village part of his compound that specializes in selling recycled gifts. Later, Super Dave, with a holiday theme in mind, goes on a recycled raft ride.
Episode Fifty One

First Aired
Season
4
Episode
1
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows a new part of his compound that is modeled after the legendary Noah's Ark. Later, Super shows a house for a guest star that has been re-arranged as a practical joke.
Episode Fifty

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
22
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave greets an old friend in the audience and surprises him with an old photo that doesn't look like him. Later, Super Dave opens the new Hall of Fame part of his compound.
Episode Forty Nine

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
21
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave welcomes an accomplished violin player to the stage. Later, Super Dave shows the new tennis area of his compound and the equipment there.
Episode Forty Eight

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
20
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave is upset by a newspaper headline that suggests he spent government money on himself rather than on a petting zoo. Super Dave does a makeover segment with celebrity lookalikes. Later, Super Dave show his new mobile health and exercise system.
Episode Forty Seven

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
19
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave hosts an "I Can Do It!" segment. Later, Super Dave shows an area of his compound that he calls "Diet Park".
Episode Forty Six

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
18
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave holds an impressionist contest for three audience members. Later, Super Dave opens a new area of the compound which introduces a new type of fuel for cars called "garbane".
Episode Forty Five

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
17
Rating
0.0

Super Dave holds a 'Fan Appreciation contest'. Later, Super Dave looks to renovate a house on his compound.
Episode Forty Four

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
16
Rating
0.0

Super Dave deals with a camera operator who wants to show a trick to the audience. Later, Super Dave shows the new marine part of his compound.
Episode Forty Three

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
15
Rating
0.0

Super Dave recovers from an accident introducing his new comedy area of the compound. Later, Super Dave goes to leave the hospital but runs into complications.
Episode Forty Two

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
14
Rating
0.0

Super Dave hosts a " I Can Do It! " segment. Later, Super Dave opens his new champion golf course.
Episode Forty One

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
13
Rating
0.0

Super Dave introduces a worker who has worked on performing for an audience. Later, Super Dave shows the remote control model section of his compound.
Episode Forty

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
12
Rating
0.0

Super Dave show his senior sports camp. Later on, Super Dave demonstrates the exercise center in his compound and shows some of the inventions there.
Episode Thirty Nine

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
11
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave shows a new area of his compound where items are recycled for new household furnishings. Later on, Super Dave drives a cola car in promotion of his new soft drink.
Episode Thirty Eight

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
10
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave is inducted into the North American Sports Federation Hall of Fame. Later, Super Dave performs a stunt involving a giant football.
Episode Thirty Seven

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
9
Rating
9.0 "Superb"

Super Dave shows the new lumberjack area of his compound and performs a climbing stunt.
Episode Thirty Six

First Aired
9/28/91
Season
3
Episode
8
Rating
9.0 "Superb"

Super Dave deals with a performer that he doesn't thinks is original enough. Later, Super Dave is treated to a surprise birthday gift of a fifties malt shop.
Episode Thirty Five

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
7
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Jose the gardener performs a song at the beginning. Later, Super Dave performs a stunt involving a very high water ride called "Ride the Wild Goose".
Super Dave Salutes Sweeps Week

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
6
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave talks to audience members about what they do for a living. Later, Super Dave performs a stunt based on the classic children's story The Three Little Pigs.
Episode Thirty Three

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
5
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave addresses talk that he is going to be traded to another network. Later, Super Dave performs a holiday themed trick.
Episode Thirty Two

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
4
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave selects audience members to guess what march is being played by a band on stage. Later, Super Dave performs a stunt in an indoor ring that mimics bullfighting in cars.
Episode Thirty One

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
3
Rating
9.0 "Superb"

Super Dave plays the piano, wishes happy birthday to a special stage hand and performs a stunt involving a giant yo-yo.
Episode Thirty

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
2
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Donald shows Super Dave a shortcut to the studio that takes longer than expected. Later on, Super Dave prepares to leave for a trip aboard a customized bus.
Episode Twenty Nine

First Aired
Season
3
Episode
1
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave performs at the dancing animals area of his compound and helps a heavyweight boxer train for an upcoming fight.
Episode Twenty Eight

First Aired
Season
2
Episode
5
Rating
8.0 "Great"

Super Dave visits his intensive concentration area once again and performs a stunt based on a scene from a legendary movie.
Episode Twenty Seven

First Aired
Season
2
Episode
4
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave addresses charges that he is too commercial and performs a stunt that involves holding of a truck bumper for thirty seconds as it speeds away.
Episode Twenty Six

First Aired
Season
2
Episode
3
Rating
8.0 "Great"

Super Dave shows his five star kitchen divided into smoking and non-smoking sections. Later, Super Dave performs a stunt involving an escape from a footlocker.
Episode Twenty Five

First Aired
Season
2
Episode
2
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave allows a camera operator to perform on his birthday and later on, Super Dave receives an award from a doctor association for his past stunts.
Episode Twenty Four

First Aired
Season
2
Episode
1
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave introduces a women's softball team he is sponsoring but a demonstration of a powerful magnet goes wrong for the stuntman.
Episode Twenty Three

First Aired
Season
1
Episode
23
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave looks back at one of his infamous stunts and friends and former guest stars gather to wish Super Dave a happy birthday.
Episode Three

First Aired
Season
1
Episode
3
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave introduces a quartet of basketball daredevils he trained and performs a basketball stunt of his own.
Episode One

First Aired
10/8/88
Season
1
Episode
1
Rating
8.5 "Great"

Super Dave promotes his new exercise video with the aid of a professional wrestler.
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