The Magic School Bus: Season 4, Episode 11

Gets Programmed (22 Nov. 1997)

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Ms. Frizzle's class opens the school for Mr. Ruhle (Paul Winfield). But there's so much to do! "There must be a way to do these chores without actually doing them," says Carlos. Enter Mr. ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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The Producer (voice)
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Carlos Ramon (voice)
Maia Filar ...
Phoebe Terese (voice)
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Keesha Franklin (voice)
Tara Meyer ...
Dorothy Ann (voice)
Andre Ottley-Lorant ...
Tim Jamal (voice)
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Arnold Perlstein (voice) (as Daniel Tamberelli)
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Wanda Li (voice) (as Lisa Yamanaka)
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Mr. McClean (voice)
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Mr. Ruhle (voice)
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Ms. Frizzle's class opens the school for Mr. Ruhle (Paul Winfield). But there's so much to do! "There must be a way to do these chores without actually doing them," says Carlos. Enter Mr. Ruhle's new computer and Mikey, Carlos' whiz kid brother! Written by Samantha Pirrello

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The devices that the kids hook the computer up to (which have supposedly been at the school for a while) would have to support the signal and programming of the (supposedly brand-new) computer. This would take some modification that would be beyond the capacity of an elementary school. Furthermore, the devices are shown hooked up to the computer through a modular cable. In the 1990s, they would almost certainly be hooked up through some variation of RS-232 (all of which use D-sub connectors). See more »

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