Colby's Clubhouse

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Colby's Clubhouse
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Title card for the show
Created by Peter and Hanneke Jacobs
Starring Peter Jacobs
Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 56 (total)
Production
Executive producer(s) Peter and Hanneke Jacobs
Running time 27 minutes 36 seconds
Broadcast
Original channel Trinity Broadcasting Network
Smile of A Child
Original airing 1982-1990 (season 1)
1990-1996(season 2)
1996-2000 (season 3)

Colby Clubhouse is a children's television show that teaches principles from the Bible through songs and everyday situations.[1][2] It was written and produced by Peter and Hanneke Jacobs and was originally aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network,[3] with Peter Jacobs playing the part of Colby. It originally aired from 1982 to 2000 with several changes of cast members. The first episode aired on March 12, 1982. The last original show was made (5 episodes) in 2000. On December 30, 2006, Colby's Clubhouse dropped from TBN, although it remains on the network's Smile of a Child digital subchannel.[1] Two records were produced, as were several videos.[4][5]

Voice Of Colby[edit]

The Voice Of Colby Is Peter Jacobs

Cast Members[edit]

  • Aaron Vaughan
  • Andrew Pollaro
  • Beau Clark
  • Brett Traina
  • Brittany Durlach
  • Danielle Hogg
  • Danielle Kincebach
  • Dawn Jordan
  • Delana Tillman
  • Gina Gonzales
  • Jake Mann
  • Jessica Adams
  • Kevin Jones
  • Kiera Cope
  • Krysta Rodriguez
  • Laura Fager
  • Lindsey Weeks
  • Matt Sackett
  • Paulina Johnson
  • Peter Woo
  • Rachel Balich
  • Ryan Devin
  • Saxon Christin
  • Stephanie Wall
  • Tyler Newman
  • Zane Gerson

Episodes[edit]

Season 1[edit]

  • 1 "A Heart to Give pt. 1" (Guest star Lee Durlach as Flip and Dan Kotoff as Flop)
  • 2 "A Heart to Give pt. 2" (Guest star Lee Durlach as Flip and Dan Kotoff as Flop)
  • 3 "Vandella Virus Visits" (Guest star Kim Durlach (Brittany's mom; drama consultant along with husband Lee is producer) as Vandella Virus)
  • 4 "It's Almost Christmas"
  • 5 "Check Your Connection" (Guest star Ernie Rettino as Psalty the Singing Songbook and Debby Kerner Rettino as Psaltina)
  • 6 "The Ballgame"
  • 7 "Willing for Forgiveness"
  • 8 "Showing Up"
  • 9 "Colby's Birthday"
  • 10 "Danielle Discovers" (Guest star Emily Carroll as Emily Davis and Lynette Kincebach as Teacher)
  • 11 "Helping Beau's Grandpa" (Guest star John Gallagher as Beau's Grandpa)
  • 12 "50's and 60's Day pt. 1"
  • 13 "50's and 60's Day pt. 2"
  • 14 "Danielle's New Clothes"
  • 15 "It was Performed By Being a Kid"
  • 16 "Clubhouse Inspector"

Season 2[edit]

  • 17 "Anorexia"
  • 18 "Zane's Operation"
  • 19 "Sing Along Show pt. 1"
  • 20 "Sing Along Show pt. 2"
  • 21 "Thanksgiving Show"
  • 22 "Brett's Older Brother"
  • 23 "The Guys Performing A Rock Band pt. 1"
  • 24 "The Guys Performing A Rock Band pt. 2"
  • 25 "Puppet Show"
  • 26 "A Friendship Clubhouse"

Season 3[edit]

  • 27 "Jessica Had To Move Away"
  • 28 "Homeless Vet"
  • 29 "Crystal is a Guest" (Special Guest Crystal Lewis)
  • 30 "The Popular Crowd"
  • 31 "Shoeboxes"
  • 32 "Worship Around the World"
  • 33 "Finding your Own Special Talents"
  • 34 "Camping Trip"
  • 35 "Krysta's Sister has Problems"
  • 36 "Basketball and Bullies"
  • 37 "A good old Friend"
  • 38 "Helping Missionaries"
  • 39 "Dawn's Reputation"
  • 40 "Having Fun with Friends"
  • 41 "Dealing With Bigots"
  • 42 "Easter Show"
  • 43 "Brittany Finds a Dog"

Cultural References[edit]

In November 2009, a mashup video parody of Colby's Clubhouse was featured on the Chicago-based blog Everything is Terrible!.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "TBN’s War on Indecency Wins Seal of Approval Network’s Value-driven Programming Honored by Parents Television Council". USA Religious News. March 7, 2008. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  2. ^ "Colby's Clubhouse". Trinity Broadcasting Network. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  3. ^ Larsen, Peter (July 16, 2007). "Back in the swing of things". Orange County Register. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  4. ^ This also was a related show of Barney Home Video/Barney and the Backyard Gang/Barney and Friends. "Praise and Worship Music CD's, Cassettes, Videos, and Songbooks". jofulheart.org. Retrieved 2009-04-15. 
  5. ^ "Great Is Your Faithfulness: Videos". sagol.tv (in Google translation from Japanese). Retrieved 2009-04-15. 

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