Season 5, Episode 1 (Imperial Windmill's Intriguing Variant)
The fifth season starts off with a bang (literally) and shows us the MANY different ways to spot the uncommon Imperial Windmill Variant. And speaking of education, maybe it's time Glass' assistants get some? Press play and let's get this season off the ground!
Season 5, Episode 2 (Stippling Revisited)
Stippling can be a difficult thing to understand, especially if a piece has some stippling but is considered the “unstippled” version of the pattern. So what's the difference? This week, Doctor Glass explains how to tell which one is truly the “stippled” version of the pattern.
Season 5, Episode 3 (Moulded or Blown?)
If carnival glass is moulded, how can it be blown? In this episode, we find out what the brother of the 39th President of the United States and namesake of “Billy Beer” might have to do with our friends as they take on the latest viewer’s question about Carnival Glass.
Season 5, Episode 4 (Number of Persian Medallion Shapes)
So just how many shapes does Persian Medallion come in? Doctor Glass knows the answer. And is giving it the old college try getting out of hand? Tune in and see!
Season 5, Episode 6 (Northwood Back Patterns)
This week, Doctor Glass and the crew introduce us to Feng and Shui. Can the tranquility they bring survive the day? And what are some of the common Northwood back patterns? Tune in and find out!
Season 5, Episode 7 (Is it Carnival Glass)
Every new collector as they wander the aisles of antique stores will pick up a piece of pretty glass that catches their eye and will ask themselves, “Is this carnival Glass?” which happens to be this week’s viewer’s question. Season 1, Episode 1 first addressed that question but the good Doctor hopes to expand on that description with additional help for the curious of today. Also, after 4+ seasons, we pretty much know what our host collects, but have you ever wondered what Boris and Tasha may have chosen to collect as a hobby. As we learn what their collections consist of, you may find them to be fairly obvious. Let’s see what fancies their eyes!
Season 5, Episode 8 (What to Expect at an Auction)
Buying a piece of Carnival Glass these days has changed from the auctions of the past. Not only can one go for that favorite piece in person, but through the modern technology we have today, that same piece can be purchased on line for those who are computer savvy. It certainly can be confusing what the cost your purchase may finally total up to be. There are other add-ons to your final bid that you need to be aware of before you write that check. Buyers Premium, Checking Fees, Taxes, Shipping Fees, etc. need to be understood. Let’s take a look at some of what you need to consider before making that winning Bid. Also, Cold season has arrived and what to do for the misery it brings can certainly affect how well one can weather the effects of the symptoms. Some remedies can bring relief, but can some remedies call for a battle between good and evil? Did the Devil make him do it?
Season 5, Episode 9 (Tumble-Up vs. Guest Set)
Thirst can come at the strangest times, especially when one is spending the night at the home of a friend. And how does the host prepare for these midnight dry mouth guests while staying at their home? Do you leave a NIGHT SET (Tumble Up) next their bed or GUEST SET? What’s the difference? Who knows? Maybe the Doctor can help out! Also, have you ever wondered what an old sno-cone machine could be used for? The crew has come up with some innovative ways to divert the use from making tasty summer treats to aiding in the fight against climate change! Can Boris be on to something? Will it save the world? What’s your guess?
Ever wonder if the CARNIVAL GLASS that you’ve accumulated can be used for special occasions or even day-to-day uses for serving meals? What was the original intention of the glass makers as they created these beautiful pieces of dinner ware? Are they Dishwasher Safe? What can I or can’t I do? Also, it’s time to crank up the GWMM! Is there the slightest chance of saving the world from endless sunburn or will we be thrown into the depths of a snowball hell? Put on your heavy coat and mittens and watch.
CARNIVAL GLASS has been around since the early 1900’s, but was it produced and marketed for carnivals, and thus its’ name? Well, No. Then for what reason did the glass companies originally begin producing it? Also, what were the original names used to identify this beautiful subject of our collections? Let’s see! There has been a long and hard-fought battle as to whose Cola Soft Drink is the best tasting. Zillions of dollars have been dedicated to make you one of “The Pepsi Generation” or to make you believe that “Things Go Better With Coke.” The debate rages on at Glass Laboratories and things can get sticky.
Many pieces of glass, as well as Carnival Glass, will have markings on them. Letters, names, symbols, or lack thereof. What do they mean if anything? Can they be used to help determine old glass versus new, makers marks, etc.? With so many different companies and the different time periods Carnival was made, it would be nice to be able to understand the markings on your pieces. The Doctor can help. Also, sometimes people need to make a little extra money to help with supplementing their income for the holiday seasons, birthday presents, etc. In today's world, there are companies, such as UBER, that one can earn money by being the chauffer of those who need a ride to a destination. Can it help one of the Doctor’s crew? Can the future hold a place for TUBER and has BORIS learned how to drive a Stick? Oh, boy!
In Carnival, there are terms describing pieces of glass that can tell us much about a piece that we might be describing. There are footed bowls, punch bowls, pie crust edge bowls, and on and on describing the shape of a bowl. But what is a “Proof Bowl?” Is it a shape, color, or maybe a pattern? Let’s see what our experts can come up with this time! And there are Tall Tales and there are Tall Tales! Our friend Boris may have the tallest tale of all. His newest job of driving for TUBER may take the prize. How can Tootsie Rolls, stolen money, and a case of liquor lead to such chaos in the streets of Pocahontas, Arkansas? Let’s find out!
Season 5, Episode 14 (Candlestick Holders and Candle Lamps)
In days gone by, when the sun went down, we didn’t always have the pleasure of flipping on the wall light switch to brighten the dark nights. Even now, we can just call out to ALEXA and she’ll do the job for us. “ALEXA, TURN ON THE LIGHTS!” So, back then, only the handy candle broke the darkness for us to avoid the spookiness of a bedroom in an old dark house. To light up our lives, something was needed to hold those candles in strategic places. Carnival Glass producers sought to embellish on their solutions by making iridescent candle stick holders and Candle Lamps. Well, what are the difference between the two and can we see some examples? The team is ready to do just that. We also need to see if The Doctor got his car back in one piece. And, what happens to the case of liquor left in the back seat from the robbery and subsequent chaos in Pocahontas, AK? Does it solve another problem?
Season 5, Episode 15 (Marigold)
I’m sure most everyone has one time or another planted colorful Marigolds in their yard to brighten up the summer landscape. I know, I myself, have also used them as a border to ward of rabbits, those hungry little devils. But to Carnival Glass collectors, Marigold just happens to be one of the most common colors, but also a color that can come in various different shades and combinations. So, what is Marigold? Let’s see! In addition, have you ever wished that something could be done about all those annoying telephone calls that constantly bombard each of us with unwanted and useless offers of free trips to Okefenokee Swamp subdivisions to check out homes for sale, or maybe insurance for your parakeet should a cat find its way into its’ cage. Robo Calls can be infuriating! What can one do? Is there a solution? Maybe!
When first learned that there is a shape that is called a “Sweetmeat,” images of a sugary T-bone steak might come to mind. But, when actually seeing one in person, the T-Bone image is soon replaced by what initially looks like a candy dish. Yet, the Sweetmeat and the Candy Dish are different. What features can help you tell them apart? Rivalries have often led to ugly confrontations. One such rivalry surfaced several seasons ago between a man called “Mr. Ping” and our good Dr. Glass. Can the Christmas Season, a season of Peace and Good Will, take hold and end the long running dispute on what form of collectable glass is best? Hope springs eternal!
Season 5, Episode 17 (Fruit Bowls)
New Year’s Day, 2020 begins the season of college football Bowl games. Football fans will have a plethora of grid iron contests to pick the winners and losers. With names such as the Orange Bowl, the Peach Bowl, the Citrus Bowl, and the Tangerine Bowl, one might consider these match-ups as the Fruit Bowls of College Football. It just so happens that the world of Carnival Glass has its own Fruit Bowl. What are these shapes that we consider to be Fruit Bowls and what characteristics can we look for? We also learn this week that detent between the two waring glass collectors may be closer than ever as Tasha is sent to work out the terms the peace agreement. Will her negotiations bear fruit?
Season 5, Episode 18 (Table Set vs. Breakfast Set)
Have you ever wondered which pieces of Carnival were designed to be used when you set your table for when the in-laws drop by for breakfast, brunch, or dinner? You want to impress them with your settings but you can’t decide whether to bring out the Table Set or the Breakfast set. Does it even make a difference? What makes up each of these types of settings? Let’s take a look. Also, does the fact that Tasha is late from her meeting to set up the summit between Glass and Ping mean anything? Will detent be stalled? And, are there any great motels in Waxahachie, TX? Watch and find out!
Season 5, Episode 19 (Peacock and Bee)
“To Bee, or not to bee! That is the question” may be slightly different than a famous line from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, but how might it apply to Carnival Glass? Is there some secret code that needs to be understood to be able to identify patterns or even makers of a particular well-known treasure among collectors? Secret Code? Might the answers be found in the details? Finally, two arch enemies will meet to bury the hatchet. “No, Boris! Not that kind of hatchet!” Will the media make their way to Waxahachie, TX to record this epic event? Does anyone even know where Waxahachie, TX is? Will the flashing lights of the paparazzi blind the good Doctor and Mr. Ping like a deer in the headlights? Let’s go to the Red Roof Inn now!
Season 5, Episode 20 (Full Circle)
This week’s episode brings us full circle to the first question asked and answered 5 years ago on the first episode of Dr. Glass. Although that answer was pointed toward the actual physical being of a piece of Carnival Glass, Shape, Pattern, and color, it failed to point out all the other more ethereal factors that draw collectors to Carnival. Can there be anything more than the beautiful iridescence of the pieces themselves? It just so happens there is more. You may already be enjoying them at this moment! Let’s see. Also, after five seasons and 100 episodes, it’s time to learn about how Dr. Glass started. To what purpose was the series to serve, how can we make it educational for the new collector, can we promote the various clubs and groups out there, and how can we make it entertaining at the same time? All to be wrapped into one vehicle that could be produced and offered to the HOC viewers. Every story has a beginning. Let’s see what ours is!
Season 4, Episode 1 (What are 3 very important things to consider when purchasing carnival glass?)
The season has started with a toughie: what kinds of things will Dr. CG Glass give us for pointers when purchasing carnival glass? One for the money, two for the show and three to get ready?? Let's GO!
Season 4, Episode 2 (What is ‘electric' colored carnival glass?)
When someone calls a piece of carnival glass ‘electric' something, what do they mean? And how well is online dating working for Dr. Glass' mother-in-law? Are all things relative?
Season 4, Episode 3 (How much glass is too much glass?)
Can there ever be too much of a good thing? Can you really have too much money, good wine, chocolate or carnival glass? We hope this episode won't have you snoring….
Season 4, Episode 4 (How light is light blue, light marigold, etc.?)
We hope to find out from the good Doctor what constitutes ‘light' when added to a carnival glass color – it would be nice if he could add some ‘light' to the subject. And Boris' snoring has become a major problem – not just for him. Is there an easy (and cheap) solution?
Season 4, Episode 5 (What are some of the ‘old' patterns in carnival glass that have been reproduced/copied?)
Is there any way to find out which patterns in carnival glass have been reissued, have been created as new patterns or even those that are faked? A comprehensive list can be found here: Contemporary carnival glass list
Season 4, Episode 6 (What is the difference between carnival glass and stretch glass?)
Our Doctor needs to Stretch his knowledge to answer one collector's question. Can he do it? Also, something a little fishy may come to be a giant help in raising Tasha's spirits! Let's see what that might be!
Season 4, Episode 7 (Did Indiana Glass make any carnival glass of monetary value?)
The Doctor hopes to take on the question as to whether Indiana Glass can be considered a valuable collectable. What are your thoughts? Can questions like this place the Doctor in shark infested waters? You can never tell what floats through his mind!
Season 4, Episode 8 (When did Fenton make carnival glass?)
This weeks Dr. Glass is all about history. And who doesn't like history? Think back to the glory days of Hollywood and the filming of all those great old pictures. The days where a director barked out commands from a canvas chair into a cone like megaphone like “Role 'em” or “Cut” and the thankless job of some poor sole who had to keep track of what was going on. Classic history! As is the history of Fenton Carnival Glass. When was their “hey day” of producing this beautiful product for our pleasure. And have they made additional pieces since those beginning days? The Doctor hopes to bring up that history as well to answer your questions.
Season 4, Episode 9 (What's up with Northwood and green pigment streaks?)
Have you ever washed your clothes and didn’t realize that you left a pen in your pocket? Pretty annoying to find green ink streaks on your favorite shirt when you remove it from the washer, isn’t it? Well, I don’t think that one would dare wash your Carnival Glass in a washer along a green ink pen tumbling around with it at the same time. So, how do green pigment streaks show up on Northwood’s Green and Ice Green pieces of Carnival glass? Let’s see if the Doctor can help us out. Also, when the worker’s contract includes a snack break, what might the favorite breaktime snack for the Doctor’s help consist of? Mmmmm! Yum!
Season 4, Episode 10 (Here's some geometric European carnival glass for your enjoyment.)
Geometric patterns, anyone? – Dr Glass looks at some vintage European patterns in this episode. Here’s a direction you may not have realized existed….speaking of directions, could Dr Glass be the first person to take carnival glass into outer space? We shall see!
Season 4, Episode 11 (Here's more European carnival glass for your enjoyment.)
This week’s episode of Dr. Glass continues answering last week’s great question concerning European Carnival Glass. From what additional countries can we expect to find beautiful examples of Carnival? Let’s see what he comes up with this week. Also, Can it true? Will the Doctor be sent out of this world on a Russian launch vehicle to broadcast from space? Did Svetlana exercise her special charms with Vladimir to ensure a few orbits for C.G. Looks like there may be a new “Rocket Man” in the news soon.
Season 4, Episode 12 (What are the shades of blue in carnival glass?)
Space, the Final Frontier. This is the voyage of a brave soul on a mission to seek out answers to the unknown. To boldly go where no Glass has gone before.
Doctor’s Log: Star Date 11-28-2018: Elaine Blair seeks the answer to “What are the shades of Blue in Carnival Glass”?
Problem: Not an easy answer with such a short time in space.
Solution: The only “logical answer” is to approach that great question partially from space and once again upon return to earth, Star Dates 12-5-2018 and 12-12-2018.
Problem Resolved. Boris, Tasha, Beam me up!
Season 4, Episode 13 (Shades of blue in carnival glass part two)
This week the Doctor continues to take on last weeks question about all the shades of blue in Carnival Glass. A daunting job that needs more than just one episode to sufficiently answer. This week will be the second in the series on Blue, so let’s keep those “Blues” a comin’! We also might add a new shade of blue. A shade that might be called “Black and Blue.” That shade which looks like the color of bumps and bruises a person might experience in a rough ground landing in Russia after a week in space. Yet, whatever goes up, must come down! So, let's get “down” to business once again on good old Terra Firma. Rocket Man take it away.
Season 4, Episode 14 (Shades of blue in carnival glass part three)
It’s appropriate that the third in a series of Dr. Glass episodes attempting to describe the many shades of Blue in Carnival Glass be aired during the Christmas Blue theme of December’s Mailing List. After viewing these several episodes of Dr. Glass, it may be fun to take a Gander at the posting of collectors that have sent in pictures of their Blue Carnival Glass to the Mailing List. This may give you a better idea of the variety of Blue pieces that have been produced. Speaking of taking a “Gander,” can a person be made to “quack” like a duck or bark like a dog? What would it take to influence the good Doctor to do such outrageous things, especially on the air? Tasha and Boris know!
Season 4, Episode 15 (Shades of blue in carnival glass part four)
It’s official: Doctor Glass is quackers (or crackers or crazy). But don’t take our word for it – just watch him talking about more of the blues and you’ll see what we mean. Oh yes, one more thing-it’s time for another free mug contest! Just be the first and second persons to answer the question he asks and you will be shipped a mug with his mug on it. How cool is that?
Season 4, Episode 16 (Shades of blue in carnival glass part five)
We are getting close to the end of the series of episodes answering the question “What are the shades of Blue in Carnival Glass.” As a great exercise, you might review episodes 12-15 and use that information to go back and compare it to the many beautiful pieces of Blue Carnival out there. It would be a fun challenge to see if you now have an eye for the Blues! In this episode, it's been a week since we left the Glass Lab and when we left, it sounded more like a farm due to Tasha's hypnotic efforts. Will they still be under her spell? And even more important, have they been fed over the last 7 days? Let's find out.
Season 4, Episode 17 (The many patterns with Peacocks – with Annie)
This week’s episode of Dr. Glass introduces a new personality to our viewers. Annie of Annie’s Antiques helps the good doctor explain how to “Figure out this Peacock thing”, a question that will take several episodes to sufficiently answer. We’re sure her extensive knowledge will be a plus in helping our viewers.
Season 4, Episode 18 (The many patterns with Peacocks part 2)
This week the good Doctor continues his lesson pertaining to the great question, “Help, I can’t figure out the Peacock!” William Shakespeare can give us a clue to help out when he wrote, “To Bee or not to Bee. That is the question!” Well. Not quite those words from Hamlet’s mouth, but it helps. Let’s see how? If you had read Hamlet, you may have read many other of the Classic books in your lifetime. Maybe you belong to a book club that reads a new book every month. What would your reading wish list be and how might it compare to that of our crew? Hmm, might be revealing. Let’s see!
Season 4, Episode 19 (The many patterns with Peacocks part 3: Millersburg)
Tonight, we once again take on the Tale of the Peacock. Who would have thought that there was so much to learn about this beautiful pattern of Carnival Glass? Let’s hope the good Doctor can wrap up the secrets to the Peacock patterns before the end of season 4. We don’t want one of those crazy TV treasure “Cliff Hangers” that make viewers wait months to find out if there’s “Gold in Them Thar Hills!” Speaking of gold and treasure, can there be some secret surrounding the location of Glass Laboratories? Does Boris have a clue? That can certainly be debatable. Let’s find out what fortunes may be in store for our crew.
Season 4, Episode 20 (The many patterns with Peacocks part 4: No Bee)
Lots going on in the season 4 finale of Dr. Glass. The good doctor will CAP off this EARTHSHAKING season by finishing up the question, “Help, I can’t figure out this Peacock thing!” Using the Peacock patterns as described by Ron Britt in his booklet “Birds of a Feather” he hopes to put that question along with season 4 to rest.
Season 3, Episode 1 (What is stippling?)
The new season kicks off, and everyone is in a festive mood after their summer vacation. The Doctor is back to help, but who is the weirdo who has been hanging around outside the lab, a stalker? Watch the Season 3 premier to find out.
Season 3, Episode 2 (What are common auction abbreviations?)
A great question starts the Doctor off on a series of episodes about common auction abbreviations, but a weird interruption by technology may make things a little dark for awhile. Will the Doctor be able to continue, or is he too tied up? Watch this episode to find out!
Season 3, Episode 3 (All Goofus All the Time)
Who the heck is that? Is that a cat with him? Where is Doctor Glass? Is that Goofus glass he's showing? What the heck is going on here and where are the regulars on the show? You are going to have to see this for yourself!
Season 3, Episode 4 (The Goofusness Continues)
Mr. Ping continues to demand that everyone collects Goofus Glass, as well as demanding the creation of Goofus clubs. Meanwhile, Doctor Glass is nowhere to be seen. Is this the end of both carnival and Doctor glass? You just have to watch and find out.
Season 3, Episode 5 (Confusing Fenton Patterns)
The Doctor is back! With Mr. Ping nowhere to be seen, Glass has a backlog of questions to answer, and the viewer who writes in today gets certain Fenton patterns confused. Can Glass help us out? Tune in and see if he's just pulling your (Leaf or Cherry?) Chain!
Season 3, Episode 6 (Midsize Squatty Funeral Vases)
With things back to normal, Doctor Glass takes a moment to answer the biggest question about Midsize Squatty Funeral vases: do they exist or are they actually three completely different sizes that do not mix? Hit play to find out!
Season 3, Episode 7 (Confusing Vase Patterns)
Last week, Doctor Glass explained the differences in sizes in carnival glass vases. This week, he uses the same three vases to explain the differences in the patterns that people often get confused with each other. Hit play to end the confusion!
Season 3, Episode 8 (Color Abbreviations)
Color abbreviations can be incredibly confusing (BA, AO, BO, PBO, M, OMG!) This week, Doctor Glass pulls out his dictionary and helps you figure out exactly what color is what, and he does it PDQ! Confused? Watch this episode and learn of our colorful carnival world!
Season 3, Episode 9 (Classic vs. Contemporary)
One of the most confusing parts when starting your carnival collecting journey is figuring out which pieces are old (classic) and which are new (contemporary.) Have no fear, the doctor (Glass, of course) is here to help you learn the difference. Check out this week's episode and see the differences!
Season 3, Episode 10 (Rose bowl vs. Basket)
Rose bowls and baskets can be very similar in many ways, which causes some confusion among new collectors. Have no fear, the Doctor is here. This week, Doctor Glass analyzes rose bowls and baskets to give you the differences so your confusion will never appear again. Click play to learn!
Season 3, Episode 11 (Auctioneer's Acronyms for Manufacturers)
When looking at a listing for an upcoming carnival glass auction, you may see a lot of F, M, M'Burg, IG, LIG, ALIG, N, W and other examples of cryptography. No worries, Doctor Glass is here to help decode the, um, code to these mysterious letters in his ongoing series on carnival glass acronyms. Click play to learn!
Season 3, Episode 12 (Olympic vs. Leaf and Little flowers)
You can buy one of these things for a couple hundred bucks. You can buy the other for tens of thousands (if you could find another one). What's the difference between the two (besides the value)? In this episode of Doctor Glass, you are going to find out (and then you are going to go find one, right?)
Season 3, Episode 13 (Confusing Millersburg Wreath Patterns)
Millersburg Wreath patterns look so much alike that figuring out which one you have can be super confusing! Have no fear, the Doctor is here. This week, Doctor Glass shows you the differences between the patterns so you will always know. Click play to learn!
Season 3, Episode 14 (Why You Should Join a Club)
Carnival Glass clubs have been around for more than fifty years now, but many don't understand the benefits of joining one. This week, Doctor Glass discusses the many benefits of membership, from the exciting and fun conventions to the newsletters and much more. Click play to learn why you should join a carnival glass club!
Season 3, Episode 15 (Photographing Carnival Glass)
One of the questions Doctor Glass receives the most is about which background to use while photographing carnival glass. In this episode (underneath a starry sky?), the good Doctor discusses the various backgrounds and which one to use in the right situations.
Season 3, Episode 16 (Hanging Carnival Glass)
Is hanging carnival glass on the wall safe? Can it be done without harming the glass? Tune in this week as Doctor Glass discusses your next favorite wall decoration.
Season 3, Episode 17 (Carnival Glass Sets)
Carnival glass can come in sets of different sizes or numbers or shapes. Are you set to learn about sets? Doctor Glass is ready to teach you, so check out this week's episode!
Season 3, Episode 19 (Carnival Glass Back Patterns)
Behind every great carnival glass piece is an equally great pattern. Have you been paying attention to them? Doctor Glass has. This week, check out the back by checking out this episode.
Season 3, Episode 20 (BonBons vs. Compotes)
Are you into bonbons or compotes? Good or evil? Happy or sad? This week in the season finale of Doctor Glass, the Doctor explores different aspects of carnival glass, as well as his soul.
Season 2, Episode 1 (How much does damage matter? More cordials)
The new season kicks off, but is Doctor Glass even a part of it? Last season, Tasha hosted the season finale on her own and some people thought it was the end of Glass. Will he return? Will everything be cool? Watch the Season 2 premier to find out.
Season 2, Episode 2 (How can you tell old carnival glass from newer carnival glass?)
Things seem to be back to normal, but with Glass, that won't inevitably last long. In this episode, he tries to explain the difference between old and new, but is he talking about carnival glass? And what is the difference between the two? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 3 (What is vintage carnival glass?)
Alright, it's getting weird in this episode. Is the Doctor going through a dark time, or does he just need to turn the lights on to get to the bottom of things? And does his future hold fortune or something else? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 4 (What's the difference between vaseline carnival and carnival that glows?)
The Doctor just doesn't seem like he's all there in this episode. Does he feel like things are tied behind his back, or does he really need someone to lend him a hand? And will that make a difference in his attitude towards his minions? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 5 (What's the best way to clean carnival glass?)
Things seem back to normal around the labs (perhaps it's that everyone is outside for a spell), but someone is creeping around. And why does the Doctor have a strong desire for a lot of vodka as soon as possible? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 6 (Funeral vases and plunger bases.)
Parlez vous, carnival glass? Can Tasha talk? If so, what on earth is she saying (and what language is that?) And what's up with the elephant (foot) in the room? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 7 (Moulds and carnival glass.)
Who's hungry? Good! This episode has plenty of cooking and even a carnival glass food throw down! But is it delicious, edible or possible death for Mr. Camera? And what is Glass to do? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 8 (What is a heat check?)
Some cracks start to appear in the good Doctor's foundation, but is it possible that maybe they are just heat checks? What's the difference, and could it effect the upcoming election? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 9 (Carnival Glass Variants)
It's election time in the United States and the laboratory has a presidential candidate (or two) of it's own. Who's in the race and who just wants to campaign in this endless race? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 10 (Carnival Glass Salt & Pepper Shakers)
Someone in the laboratory is in love, but is it a match made in Heaven or more of a disaster waiting to happen? Things get pretty hairy in this one, but will love bloom and bring us a happy ending? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 11 (Variants vs. Whimseys)
What does one do when the sweet promise of love turns into the sour taste of bitterness, despair and oblivion? Talk about carnival glass, of course! But is this feeling a variant of whimsy? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 12 (Carnival Glass Birthmarks, Bruises, Checks and Crizzles)
It's turkey time in the laboratory, but are the vultures circling? And if your carnival glass piece has a birthmark, should you give thanks, or just give it away? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 13 (Pattern Strike)
In a post-turkey haze, things can get very fuzzy, especially the strike on your piece of carnival glass, resulting in a less than optimum pattern display. But does that make a difference to Doctor Glass and the crew, or is it up to you? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 14 (Fleabites)
This week's episode looks at the term fleabite, but is that in reference to damage on a piece of glass as described by an auctioneer, or is it what Boris' little friends like to do. And who is hungry for seafood? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 15 (Confusing Descriptions)
This week's episode looks at confusing descriptions that seem to describe several types of pieces, or rather, several different descriptions may seem to describe the same piece. Confused? Click play to learn the differences.
Season 2, Episode 16 (A Carnival Christmas Carol)
This week's episode looks at the relationships we all have with others in the carnival glass collecting world. Sometimes, mistakes of the past (and the present) can lead to a haunting future. Click play to learn a great collecting lesson.
Season 2, Episode 18 (Difference between Breakfast Set & Table Set)
This week's episode takes a look at the difference between a Breakfast Set and a Table Set. Click play to see if you can tell the difference.
Season 2, Episode 19 (Feet descriptions – Part 1)
This week's episode has a ‘woman on the street' interview with Natasha (can't WAIT to see her!) AND Dr. Glass will test your knowledge on carnival glass foots (er, feet?). Click play to test your knowledge.
Season 2, Episode 20 (Feet descriptions – Part 2)
This week's episode will make you ponder why a question about feet could possibly make Dr. Glass blow his top (or part of it!). Watch here to see more carnival glass feet – would that be a feet repeat? Nope, you can't repeat this feat!!
Season 1, Episode 1 (What is Carnival Glass?)
This debut episode introduces you to Doctor Glass, possibly a genius, possibly not, who will show you beautiful carnival glass and teach you a little something about it, all with the help of his someone transparent friends…
Season 1, Episode 2 (Wines and cordials; what's a sawtooth edge?)
Episode 2 finds Doctor Glass in a wine cellar? What on earth could possibly take him “down under” among the oak barrels with a hint of cherry, molasses and possibly a few tobacco and rose notes? Tune it and find out!
Season 1, Episode 3 (What is a squatty Tree Trunk vase? Definition of bowl vs plate)
Episode 3 finds Doctor Glass trying to be the dutiful husband, but when talking about things such as people spitting in carnival glass, how does one juggle marital bliss with indelicate actions by some with bodily needs? Tune in and find out!
Season 1, Episode 4 (Spittoons & nappy's)
Episode 4 finds Doctor Glass in the library trying to do some research, but does all the research actually stick in his head, or does he even have a clue as to where he is? Tune into this week's episode and find out of he can stay on track!
Season 1, Episode 5 (Dishes with 2 handles (bonbons) Shaving mug vs standard mugs. Carafes vs decanters)
Episode 5 finds Doctor Glass under the sea to find even more helpful information for carnival glass collectors. But will the lack of oxygen effect his ability to think? Tune into this week's episode to see if he is just in a bunch of hot water!
Season 1, Episode 6 (What is a funeral vase? What are the different sizes of plates?)
Episode 6 finds the good Doctor starts kind of spaced out, but will he snap out of it in time for a helpful hint about carnival glass? Tune into this week's episode to see if he can find enough enlightenment to discuss carnival glass!
Season 1, Episode 7 (What's a water pitcher? Edges defined)
Episode 7 finds both the Doctor and Boris in the Big Apple. What glass will they find there? Tune into this week's episode to see if the big city and Doctor Glass can be in the same place at the same time and hold a lot of carnival glass!
Season 1, Episode 8 (What is PCE (Pie Crust Edge))? Memphis Fruit set vs Punch Set. ICS (Ice Cream Shape))
Episode 8 finds Boris and the Doctor on a tear, so who will win? And will they find a way to work together again? Tune into this week's episode to see if the Doctor likes Fenton, or if Fenton likes him!
Season 1, Episode 9 (Difference between peach opal, marigold on moonstone, marigold on milkglass; Talk about a press mould)
Episode 9 finds the Doctor and Boris burying the hatchet this week, but where??? Tune into this week's episode to see if there can be peace in the Doctor's world, or has the “fun” just begun!
Season 1, Episode 10 (What's a rose bowl? Are there Carnival Glass lamps?)
Episode 10 finds that someone is back, but is that a good thing for the Doctor? Tune into this week's episode to see if this return is a happy one, or will there be broken glass!
Season 1, Episode 11 (Identify difference between rose bowl/hair receiver; which company made the most red?)
Episode 11 arrives and the Doctor gets pizza. But was he the one who ordered it??? Tune into this week's episode to see who will be footing the bill for this employee party.
Season 1, Episode 12 (Has carnival glass been reproduced? Difference between Northwood Grape & Cable standard/tankard tumblers)
In Episode 12, Tasha's fingers are showing, but someone on the phone is taking a toll on the good Doctor. Tune into this week's episode to see how he will survive this week.
Season 1, Episode 13 (Strawberry bonbons; Candy Ribbon Edge)
In Episode 13, opportunity calls for Doctor Glass. But should he answer, or should he run for his life? Tune into this week's episode to see what he decides this week.
Season 1, Episode 14 (What's a compote? Confusing patterns:Identify Nippon & Peacock Tail)
In Episode 14, the Doctor faces a whole lot of cleanup in the aftermath of answering when opportunity called. Will he be able to stay on the right side of the law? Tune into this week's episode to see how he fares this week.
Season 1, Episode 15 (What is ‘banded' Northwood Grape & Cable?Confusing patterns:Identify Captive Rose & Persian Medallion)
In Episode 15, the Doctor tries to get back on track and focused on carnival glass. But an impending visit may just throw him further into turmoil. Tune into this week's episode to see if he can pull it together this week.
Season 1, Episode 16 (What is marigold? Uses of a blacklight in carnival glass)
In Episode 16, a visitor brings a chance for peace, or is it turmoil? Tune into this week's episode to see what could possibly happen now.
Season 1, Episode 17 (What's a dresser set, are iridized candleholders carnival glass?)
In Episode 17, Doctor Glass faces tax time, and someone offers a helping hand. Should he take it? Tune into this week's episode to see if he can get by with a little help from his friends.
Season 1, Episode 18 (What is stippling? What's a ‘swung' vase?)
In Episode 18, something is proving a little “taxing” to the Doctor. Is he headed back to jail? Tune into this week's episode to see if the long arm of the law will find its way to him again.
Season 1, Episode 19 (Identify Northwood Fruits&Flowers vs Three Fruits, Identify Imperial Grape)
In Episode 19, there's a strike brewing, and Doctor Glass needs to make some decisions before things get out of hand. Tune into this week's episode to see if he can keep his staff happy and functioning.
Season 1, Episode 20 (Tobacco Jar/Cracker Jar and Bonbon/Nappy)
In the season finale, things get a little weird. Tasha has a proposal for the Doctor, but will he see right through her? Tune into this week's episode for insight into what's clearly happening here.