Beakman's World

Levers, Beakmania, & Television

Season 1, Ep 10, Aired 11/14/92
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  • Episode Description
  • Beakman reveals the three different kinds of levers and how to use them and reveals how a television works.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jean Stapleton

    Beakman's Mom

  • Senta Moses

    Phoebe

  • Bob Manahan

    Ray the Cameraman

  • Mark Ritts

    Lester the Rat

  • Alanna Ubach

    Josie

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • Lester: Yo, mail call, Beakman... Time for that brain of yours to roll up your sleeves....

    • Beakman: You know, I love levers. I'm a lever lover. Levers are my life. Lester: I can't say much about that life of yours.

    • Beakman: Memo to me: move rock collection from attic to the basement.

    • Beakman: What would happen if the two of you were to push down in this area? Lester: We'd get a hernia.

    • Beakman: Close but no fromage. Voice: That's cheese in French!

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    Notes (2)

    • The Beakman Challenge for this episode is on the Best of Beakman VHS.

    • In one part of the episode, a double stands in for Beakman from the back so he and Farnsworth can be in the scene together.

    Trivia (1)

    • Famous Dead Guy: Philo T. Farnsworth

    Allusions (1)

    • The Three Stooges
      The Three Stooges seen this episode, named Larry, Curly and Moe, were very famous comic slapstick comedians with a long history in vaudeville in 1925 to a brief movie career ending in 1959. They began with Shemp who departed to be replaced by his and Moe's brother, Curly, and later returned after Curly had a stroke. Shemp later departed and was replaced by Joe Besser, but when Joe parted out, Joe DeRita, joined the gang for their motion picture careers. When Larry decided to bow-out, he was almost replaced by Emil Sitka, one of the Stooges favorite co-stars, but by now, Moe was unable to continue and they officially broke-up the act.

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