Cyberchase

Hugs & Witches

Season 2, Ep 1, Aired 2/14/03
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  • Episode Description
  • It's Valentine's Day, and Hacker captures Doctor Marbles and Lady Ada Lovelace, placing them inside a time machine invented by the mathematically-minded Lady Ada. The kids and Digit must decipher a series of poems left behind by Lady L, and free them from the time machine before it time travels to the nether regions of cyberspace never to return! Will the kids get there in time to save Docter Marble and Lady L., or will Valentine's Day bring nothing but broken hearts?moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christopher Lloyd

    The Hacker

  • Gilbert Gottfried

    Digit

  • Annick Obonsawin

    Inez

  • Robert Tinkler

    Delete

  • Len Carlson

    Buzz

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • (picks up letter) Inez: What's this Matt? Matt: No, it's nothing. Inez: (reading from letter) Roses are red, violet are blue, a guy could have better friend then you. Jackie: Awww, I thought you didn't care about valentine.

    • (to Buzz and Delete) Hacker: Hold still, you quivering komquats.

    • (When Lady Lovelace kisses Dr. Marbles) Matt: Yech, I'm out of here!

    • Dr. Marbles: At least we get to spend Valentine's Day together!

    • Digit: Trolls, a goblin, and now jesters. What's my life coming to?

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    Notes (3)

    • This is the first episode of season two.

    • For Real Clip: If the Shoe Fits

    • The Big Idea: When you have different numbers that describe members of a group, you can often find one number to fairly represent the group as a whole. Math Topic: Data Clusters Science Connection: Identifying central values.

    Trivia (1)

    • There's a shot in the beginning where Hacker doesn't have his pocket protector.

    Allusions (1)

    • The real-life Ada Byron Lovelace (1815-1852) (voiced by Jane Curtin) is known as one of the founders of scientific computing and is the daughter of the romantic poet Lord Byron. In a time when young women were often discouraged from intellectual pursuits, Ada's mother, Lady Byron, had Ada tutored in math and music. Ada had designed a flying machine by around the age of 12. When Ada was 17, she began a lifelong friendship with inventor Charles Babbage, inventor of a calculating machine called the Analytical Engine. Her work on the device, which can be considered a general-purpose computer, earned her a place in history. Her writings anticipated that computers would be used for practical and scientific purposes and also to generate music and graphics. The U.S. Department of Defense honored Lovelace's achievements by naming a software language, "Ada," after her in 1979.

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