One of the fun things that he did was involve the crowd by having everyone stand up and do the Possum Lodge oath, followed by the Mans Prayer. The introduction video where he talks about buying all of the crap was one of my favourite parts. I'm not going to give it away for anyone who hasn't seen the show yet, but I'll hint that it involves the lobby!
There was no shortage of fans from the newbies to the hard core. I noticed a couple of older fans who showed up dressed like Red. I even saw another guy with the same vest that I had (minus the Lodge patch).
All in all, it was a very good show and certainly worth the money. Bets part of it in my opinion, was that you could tell that Red really loved doing it and it was just as much fun for him to perform for us.
To end the evening, and to show what a great sport he was, Red himself appeared in the Lobby after the show and would sign anything you brought to him. I had brought along one of his books (How to do Everything) to get signed, but I couldn't believe all of the weird stuff other people had brought. One kid brought his goalie stick and asked to get it signed. Red laughed and mentioned that its been awhile since he signed one of these. The kid asked him to put "Keep your stick on the ice" on the back of the blade! One guy brought his field hat (like Red's) from back in the 80's when he was in the Canadian Army and got Red to sign it. The tall guy with the vest like mine got his vest signed as well. Oddly enough, there was no rolls of duct tape flipped out to get signed. Anyway I got my book and vets signed and we chatted about the vest. Red mentioned that those were getting very rare these days which was encouraging. Then I got a photo with him to cap off a great show. I recommend it as a must see for any RGS fan!
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