CAUTION: May Contain Nuts kicks off third season

Comedy sketch show is back on Thursday nights and we look at what's new this season.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Caution: May Contain Nuts

The debut of the third season of the sketch comedy show CAUTION: May Contain Nuts recently aired on January 5th, and there's a handful of new guest stars lined up to grace the series.

Graham Greene ("Being Erica," "Living in Your Car"), Adam Beach ("Combat Hospital," "Arctic Air"), and Nathan Fillion ("Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," "Castle") are all slated to appear on the show, which started up again on Thursdays this month. Having a glitzy list of special guests is not something new for "CAUTION" – past guest appearances include Joe Flaherty ("SCTV," "Happy Gilmore"), Tyson Houseman ("The Twilight Saga"), and Gordon Tootosis ("North of 60," "Legends of the Fall").

According to a media release (as reported by, season three of "CAUTION" was filmed in Edmonton last May, which was the first spring shoot for the formerly winter-shot show. The sketches vary widely from the wild west to space, from farce to parody to musical comedy. In the premiere episode of season 3, Greene appeared in a spoof of the cut-throat business-oriented home-grown reality show "Dragons' Den." There were also a range of hilarious sketches about door-to-door visits from the Jedi Witnesses, a wizard battling a drug problem, and a special song about the love certain men have for big trucks.

"CAUTION" debuted back in 2008 and has been an Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) hit since it hit the air. It is also broadcast on Bite BITE TV. Look for the sketch show on Thursday nights at 9pm. And if you missed the first two seasons, they're airing on BiteTV.