Young Person's Guide to History: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (26 Oct. 2008)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | History
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Hugh Davidson ...
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Woman at Dinner
Eddie Pepitone ...
Continental Congress Heckler
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Christopher Curry ...
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Sexy Nurse #1 / Police Woman at Dinner
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Sexy Nurse #2
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Sexy Nurse #3
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Monsieur Bouffant (The Frenchman)
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Elaine (Monsieur Bouffant's Wife)
Rachel Ramras ...
Woman at Dinner
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When Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and Alexander Hamilton are riding in the car the song "Moustache Ride" plays on the radio. This song was used in the Saul of the Mole Men episode Moustache Ride. Young Person's Guide to History is a spin off of Saul of the Mole Men. See more »

Quotes

Monsieur Bouffant: [At a dinner where the eagle is the main course] This is delicious garlon. I have been all around this world and I have never ever come in contact with such a delicious creature as the garlon.
Benjamin Franklin: The Eagle.
Thomas Jefferson: Hey.
Benjamin Franklin: I mean you think it's funny to act...
Thomas Jefferson: To the garlon huh!
[the rest toast]
Benjamin Franklin: I'm sorry it's an eagle! You know it's not... there's no such thing as a garlon. You think it's funny to...
Monsieur Bouffant: Great garlon.
Benjamin Franklin: French idiot! I'll be in my carriage! Ignorance!
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The Battle Hymn of the Republic
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Music by William Steffe
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