Hey Dude! Release

Yehaw! Come on down to the Bar None Ranch, where Mr. Ernst tries his best to ride herd on his teenage staff, who always seem to be getting into different problems as they work on the dude ranch. Ben Ernst, a divorced, good-natured, somewhat bumbling father from New Jersey, with eye-glasses, a slight build, and a receding hairline, bought the Bar None Dude Ranch seeking escape from his high-pressure job as a New York City accountant. His son, Buddy, was displeased with the change of locale, primarily because he was unable to use his skateboard on the desert sand. Buddy had a pet dog who responded to the name of Cassie. Featured in Season 1, Cassie was dropped in Season 2.
The show's only other featured adult was Lucy, a tough, authoritarian ranch hand. She was sometimes looked upon as a mother figure, and the teens often asked her advice. For the first time on DVD, Shout! Factory will release Hey Dude: The Complete Series, featuring all 65 episodes of the fan-favorite series.  Available March 10th, 2015, the box set also includes an interview with Christine Taylor as a bonus feature.  Hey Dude is an American Western comedy series that aired from 1989 to 1991. The show was broadcast on the Nickelodeon network, and aired reruns on Nickelodeon until early 1999, and onTeenNick since late 2011.
The staff originally consisted of two boys and two girls. The boys were Ted, an enterprising troublemaker, and Danny, an easy-going Hopi Native-American Indian. The girls were girl-next-door Melody and rich girl Brad, from Michigan, the latter of whom, though she often wore dressy designer outfits at work, was a very competent horse-rider. Her love-hate relationship with Ted was a plot thread during the first half of the series.
Ted later left the show for a time and was replaced by Ernst's nephew Jake, an eccentric slacker who liked to play the drums. Not long after, Kyle, a dim but handsome cowboy type, joined the cast. Soon after that, Ted came back from summer school, and he and Kyle became romantic rivals for Brad.

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