Sharon, Lois & Bram's
Sharon, Lois & Bram’s Elephant Show is a musical situation comedy children’s television show featuring the wacky musical adventures of Sharon, Lois, Bram and their pachyderm pal, Elephant. Debuting in Canada on CBC on October 8, 1984 and on Nickelodeon in the United States on October 5, 1987,
The Elephant Show garnered high ratings and propelled Sharon, Lois & Bram’s career into super-stardom.
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Season 1 (1984)
Season 2 (1986)
Original Air Date: May 5, 1986
Sharon, Lois and Bram and Elephant reminisce with Eric Nagler about a frightful Halloween Party from the past. Special Guest Maya entertains with astounding magical illusions.
Original Air Date: May 12, 1986
lephant and the children think it’s time they ran things instead of adults, so Sharon, Lois & Bram agree to change roles for the day. Special guest John Allen Cameron recounts the backwards fable of Rindercella.
Original Air Date: May 19, 1986
Elephant is chosen to run in a marathon to help raise money for the community center’s new musical instruments. Special guest, singer/dancer Denis Simpson helps Elephant train for the big event.
Original Air Date: June 23, 1986
Our hosts and Elephant explore “Pioneer Village” during "Apple Harvest" time and discover the various aspects of life in the 1860's. There's plenty of fiddling and dancing!
Original Air Date: June 30, 1986
Elephant, Sharon, Lois & Bram and Eric Nagler are invited to a school for performing arts, and Elephant decides to be a ballet dancer! The Dance smiths of George Brown College show Elephant the dedication dancing requires.
Original Air Date: July 14, 1986
Sharon, Lois & Bram and Elephant invite some neighborhood kids and Eric Nagler to their studio for a sleepover. The Potato People, a mime group, provide the bedtime story.
Season 3 (1986-1987)
Original Air Date: December 1, 1986
Sharon, Lois & Bram and Elephant help the children construct a soapbox and they all enter an exciting soap box derby. Eric builds a soapbox with some unfortunate results.
Original Air Date: December 8, 1986
Elephant wants a library card and so Sharon, Lois & Bram and Elephant take the children to the library where they all find their own special books. Fantasy takes over when Elephant finds a book that inspires its imagination!
Original Air Date: December 22, 1986
Elephant unexpectedly takes refuge up in a tree. Sharon, Lois & Bram try everything they can to get it down. Maury Chaykin dons a fireman’s hat and comes racing to the rescue!
Original Air Date: January 5, 1987
When one of the children goes to the hospital to have his tonsils removed, Sharon, Lois & Bram and Elephant take the kids for a surprise visit to the Hospital for Sick Kids’ Tonsil Ward.
Season 4 (1987-1988)
Original Air Date: October 12, 1987
Bronte Creek Park sets the scene for fun on the farm and a hayride with Murray McLauchlan who entertains all with his Juno Award winning classic, "The Farmer’s Song".
Original Air Date: October 19, 1987
The kids get together to make their own movie...someone’s been stealing all the peanut butter from the children’s homes around the city and SuperElephant sets out to save the day and catch the culprit “butter” handed!
Original Air Date: October 26, 1987
Elephant’s interest in cooking lands Sharon, Lois & Bram and the kids in the middle of a zany cooking lesson with the madcap chef Sam Moses. Sharon, Lois & Bram decide to make a dessert that ends up in an epic pie fight!
Original Air Date: November 9, 1987
Excitement abounds as Sharon, Lois & Bram and the neighborhood kids gear up for the community Pet Fair. Talking rabbits, Bram’s ‘Pet Rock’ and Special guest Max the Dog all join in the fun!
Original Air Date: November 16, 1987
It’s Elephant’s birthday and the day is filled with fun, magic and many splendid surprises. Elephant’s birthday wish comes true as Robert Desrosiers invites it to dance a duet to the tune of “Waddaly Atcha”!
Original Air Date: November 23, 1987
Sharon, Lois & Bram and their gang earn their Press Cards when their newly formed neighborhood newspaper scoops one of the hottest exclusive in town! The Beirdo Brothers supply the mystery as the community’s elusive practical jokers.
Original Air Date: November 30, 1987
In what is quickly becoming a series tradition Sharon, Lois & Bram bring a beloved fairy tale back to life - with a few fun changes! Jayne Eastwood is the special guest in this tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Snow White Legend.
Original Air Date: December 7, 1987
An Elephant never forgets! Unless, of course, it’s plagued by a case of Pachyderm Amnesia! Those quirky jazz blowers The Shuffle Demons save the day by helping Elephant regain its memory just in time for Sharon, Lois & Bram’s big concert!
Original Air Date: December 14, 1987
When their TV goes on the blink, a mysterious antique radio possesses the ability to transport Sharon, Lois & Bram and the kids back in time to radio’s heyday! Ron Rubin provides the fun and sound effects in this old-fashioned romp down memory lane.
Original Air Date: December 21, 1987
The arrival of Aunt Elephant and her new baby brings mixed feelings for Elephant. Special guests Kate & Anna McGarrigle show Elephant that new additions to a family can be a trying but wonderful experience.
Original Air Date: December 28, 1987
Elephant sets out to find its game trying everything from golfing to hula-hooping, to jogging, to hiking, to doing nothing. She later discovers her flare for figure skating with dance partner extraordinaire, Toller Cranston.
Original Air Date: January 4, 1988
Sharon, Lois & Bram and the Mammoth Band wind up on a wild goose chase to their next concert after Elephant Show touring bus has an ill-timed breakdown! From roller skates to bicycles - the gang tries it all - because the show must go on?!
Season 5 (1988)
Original Air Date: October 22, 1988
The Elephant Show blasts into the past as Sharon, Lois & Bram reminisce about the early days and re-kindle fond memories of their rise to fame and glory. Louis Del Grande guest stars as the trio’s fast-talking, wise cracking agent, ‘Willy Bookem’.
Original Air Date: October 29, 1988
As UNICEF Canada’s newly appointed Canadian Ambassadors, Sharon, Lois & Bram join special guests Andrea Martina and Jayne Eastwood in this humorous and uplifting lesson in caring and sharing. The whole gang teams up to share in the holiday spirit and put on the neighborhood’s best Halloween ever!
Original Air Date: November 5, 1988
Elephant’s discovery of a magic lamp leads to mayhem as Sharon, Lois & Bram and the kids try and figure out what to wish for and how to deal with an overly-zealous genie!
Original Air Date: November 12, 1988
When the neighborhood kids decide it’s time for a new playground, Sharon, Lois & Bram kick into high gear to raise funds for the project from car washes, to delivering newspapers, to Bram's Banana Stand, they gang tries it all.
Original Air Date: November 19, 1988
Following a day at the museum, Sharon, Lois & Bram and the gang find themselves locked in after hours! The night watch-man, Dan Redican, finds himself unwillingly drawn into the adventures as the night prowls on.
Original Air Date: November 26, 1988
Once again a traditional fairy tale is turned topsy-turvy in the hands of Sharon, Lois & Bram and the gang! Chuck Mangione plays "Little Boy Blue" who blows his horn in this contemporary remake of the 3-bears classic.
Original Air Date: December 17, 1988
Sharon, Lois & Bram, Elephant and the kids discover a curious shop where their grandest wishes come true. Barbara Hamilton guest stars as the mysterious shopkeeper, whose bric-a-brac knick-knacks take the gang on an unforgettable journey into the world of imagination.
Original Air Date: December 24, 1988
The kids follow Sharon, Lois & Bram into the studio for the day to learn the A to Z’s of "making a record" for the trio's 10th Anniversary. Musician Joe Sealy adds his talent to the project making the day complete!
Original Air Date: January 7, 1989
The neighborhood kids plan a surprise of their own for Sharon, Lois & Bram: a trip down memory lane, highlighting everything from "Most Fabulous Face" to Most Outrageous Mode of Transportation" in the series" historical flashback.
Original Air Date: January 14, 1989
How did The Elephant Show begin? Sharon, Lois & Bram and Eric answer the musical question "why?" in this nostalgic episode. Sharon wanted a game show, Bram wanted a drama, and Lois wanted a soap opera... so how did they choose a musical show? Elephant helps remind them of their true passion and talent.