Postcards from Buster

Good Ol' Tyme (Whitesburg, Kentucky)

Season 1, Ep 15, Aired 11/11/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Just because Buster's traveling doesn't mean that he gets out of Mr. Ratburn's assignments. He and Binky must complete a history report, but Buster is in rural Kentucky where Los Viajeros are performing, and there isn't a museum or historical statue in sight. Luckily, Carlos and Mora introduce him to fiddlers Randy and Rossi, and clogger Catherine, and the report on fiddling, square dancing and traditional Old Timey music gets an "A."moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Marcel Jeannin

    Bo Baxter

  • Norman Groulx

    Carlos of Los Viajeros

  • Elizabeth Diaga

    Mora of Los Viajeros

  • Cameron Ansell

    Arthur

  • Adam Felber

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Buster: (making up nonsense as he goes) And this is the tomb of Kenneth W. Tucky, or Ken Tucky to his friends.

    • Randy: Bow to your partner and kiss the caller!

    • Buster: 'Living history' is not gonna cut it with Mr. Ratburn. It's dead history I need.

    • Binky: Just get me some history, Buster, and it'd better be old.

    Notes (3)

    • Show Promo: Buster talks about all of the neat things that kids are creating, saying that the best creation of all is the fun that they're having.

    • Wait! I forgot to tell you something I found out in Kentucky: Buster says that one of the best things about Kentucky history is that the song "Happy Birthday to You" was written there.

    • PBSKids Go! - Sign Language - Repeat of a segment first aired in "Sleepy in Seattle"

    Trivia (1)

    • When it shows that Mr. Ratburn says that buster didn't tell the truth about the he wouldn't allow dancing in the class Mr.Ratburns hand turns into the same color of his ear.

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