Imagine that as time continues into the future, the past starts to unravel, with various points in history coming out all wrong. Abe Lincoln leaves his presidency to pull pranks, Eli Whitney invents flesh-eating robots instead of the cotton gin, Beethoven becomes a professional wrestler, and Cleopatra wants to turn the pyramids into shopping malls. Enter Time Squad, who travel through time making sure that the past stays right on track. The show follows one section of Time Squad: Buck Tuddrussel, who punches before he thinks, Larry 3000, a robot who originally worked with kings and diplomats, and Otto, an orphan picked up along the way who assists with his knowledge of the past. "Ensuring the past to protect our future."
Making history fun, and making fun of history.
Did You Know?
During his explanation of the decay or "unraveling" of the past, Larry states that Henry Ford's Model T was the basis for all of the future's cars. In fact, there were quite a few other relatively light powered vehicles (gasoline or otherwise), such as the Stanley Steamer, that predate (and inspired) the Model T. See more
Well, mission accomplished. It took some doing, but we talked Karl Marx out of building the world's largest igloo and back to writing the Communist Manifesto.
The Larry 3000
Yes, once you kicked him in the belly.
Hey, if you're gonna make an omelet, you gotta break a few eggs.
In the first season, the opening theme showed clips from the first season episodes on a black background with historical dates floating around. In the second season, the opening theme shows Larry, Tuddrussel, and Otto in paintings and sketchings of historical events and the three running while their attire changes to fit certain time periods. See more