Pete McTee's Clubhouse

Pete McTee's Clubhouse was a Saturday morning television series that originally aired from September 15, 1990 until 2004 on WPMT Fox-43 in York, Pennsylvania. The show starred Pete McTee (Lou Castriota, Sr.) and featured an ensemble cast including Professor Noddles (Tom Ensminger), Captain Cool (Michael Ovadia from 2001–2003), and Sammi Jo (Leslie Morrison). Other characters on the show included Pete's dog Wembley, and his computer Scooter. Overall, 404 episodes were produced.

The show was filmed before a live studio audience, usually consisting of Boy Scouts troops, Girl Scouts troops, or other groups of children from the area. Each episode featured several segments, typically including an educational segment about science and a segment with a cartoon shown on Scooter's screen (such as The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show).

The show was originally created by Castriota, programming director at WPMT at the time, in response to the Children's Television Act, which required TV stations to air at least three hours of educational children's programming every week. Castriota handed the role of Professor Noodles, who served as Pete's sidekick of sorts on the show, to Tom Ensminger, whom he had known since High School.

The series won the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters award for best locally produced children's show in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2000.

In 2005, Lou Castriota and Tom Ensminger purchased the show from WPMT. Soon after, the cast began reuniting as the Pete McTee’s Big Red Nose Tour to perform annual live shows at Strand Capital in York, Pennsylvania in 2007 and 2008. The shows benefited Leg Up Farm, a non-profit organization founded by Castriota's son, Lou Castriota, Jr.

A re-mixed version of the show started airing in 2009 on WGCB-TV, Family 49, in Red Lion, Pennsylvania. The show currently airs on WGCB Saturday mornings at 10:00am.