Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?

FOX (ended 1999)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 9

    Can You Ever Go Home Again? (2)

    Aired 1/2/99

  • S 4 : Ep 8

    Can You Ever Go Home Again? (1)

    Aired 12/26/98

  • S 4 : Ep 8

    Can You Ever Go Home Again?


  • S 4 : Ep 7

    Cupid Sandiego


  • S 4 : Ep 6

    Timing is Everything

    Aired 12/5/98

  • Cast & Crew
  • Clyde Kusatsu

    Additional Voices

  • Rita Moreno

    Carmen Sandiego (Voice)

  • Eugene Roche

    Additional Voices

  • Jennifer Hale

    Ivy (Voice)

  • Scott Menville

    Zack (Voice)

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  • show Description
  • On February 5, 1994, Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? debuted on the Fox Network. The series was on Fox until the fall of 1996. There was a limited three episode run in the spring of 1997 until the series was put on hiatus until it was picked up by the Fox Family Channel. From 1998-1999, Fox Family aired all but one episode of the final season, "Cupid Sandiego." The series was given a very short run on the PAX televison network, but once they scrapped their morning cartoon programing, Carmen disappeared. Carmen can currently be seen on local networks in syndication. The series won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Children's Programmoreless

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (14)

    • Ivy: Don't call me "Sis"!

    • Ivy: (laughs) UFO's? but, That's ridiculous! Zack: Hey! it's a lot less ridiculous than you believing in that Astrology junk!

    • Carmen: (To Ivy and Zack) I leave you clues to even the odds, but this time, your presence was not requested.

    • (When carmen was taking Her leave after failing to steal the Hollywood sign.) Lilly: Nobody upstages Lilly Marlane. Nobody.

    • Player: The Spruce Goose. Thinking big, eh Carmen?

    • (To Zack) Carmen: The quieter you are, the more you learn.

    • Carmen: The wiser you become, the more you have to learn.

    • Zack: Unless you're expecting a window washer, we've got company!

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    Notes (20)

    • Available on tape with the episode - The Good Old Bad Old Days

    • This is the only episode with a different version of the theme song. The "choir singers" sing in the begining and at the end. In the future, it is only the end

    • Carmen steals the eyes from a Van Gogh painting, the nose from a Picasso painting, and the smile from Mona Lisa.

    • This is the only episode where carmen has a turtle neck (or scarf) over her mouth, after this it is removed from her animation

    • The "Guitar" henchwoman can be easily confused with another one of carmen's henchwomen, Sarah Nade. Sarah is a henchwomen in the computer games and on the gameshow where in the world is carmen sandiego

    • This episode is available on tape with A Date with Carmen: Part 2

    • This episode apeared on the season 1 dvd set.

    • This season started after a long Hiatus

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    Trivia (10)

    • This episode bears many similarities with the 1993 blockbuster movie Jurassic Park directed by Steven Spielberg, staring Sam Neil, Jeff Goldblum and Richard Attenborough.

    • Although Carmen is a thief, at the beginning of the episode she does not steal the toy. Instead, she pays for it.

    • Destinations: Hollywood, California to Cairo, Egypt to Kyoto and Mt. Fuji Japan, and to North Ireland.

    • When Zack , Ivy and Suhara go into the building in the tea gardens, their shoes vanish.

    • While dressed as Carmen Sandiego, Ivy's legs are exposed (and exact duplicates of Carmen's distinctively shapely "gams"), yet as she quickly discards the costume, they're fully sheathed in her usual pants. Now, unless she tied them about her waist under that trenchcoat and stopped to slip them on as Carmen revealed herself...

    • The Chief pulls his robot body out of storage and transfers his AI back into it to help out Zack and Ivy... and finds it's still as useless as the day he was brought online.

    • Lee Jordan, from Boyhood's End Parts 1 & 2, returns in this episode (coincidentally, also a two-parter).

    • After doing the math of the fire at Carmen's house, which happened 30 years ago, and the orphanage takes her in at age two, we find Carmen's age to be around 32.

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    Allusions (13)

    • Theme Song: Where is Carmen SanDiego? The theme song is based on Mozart's: "Singt dem grossen Bassa Lieder" from Die Entf├╝hrung aus dem Serail Of course the lyrics were changed. a Pop instrumentation and a BackBeat were added.

    • Chief: That's what you and Boy wonder have to find out! Boy wonder is an reference to Robin, Batman's Sidekick in the comics and in it's many spin-offs.

    • Chief: Do you think Lewis would've finished his expedition across the U.S if Clark haven't been by his side. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark were the first Americans to overhead an expedition to the pacific coast and back.

    • The Van Gogh Museum This museum actually exists and it's located in Amsterdam which is located in the Netherlands as mentioned on the episode, but it looks nothing like the one shown on the episode. Around eight years later after this episode an actual painting was stole from the museum and hasn't been recovered yet.

    • San Francisco Chronicle The Newspaper that Ivy was reading at the beginning of the episode was the San Francisco Chronicle A newspaper distributed in San Francisco and one of the largest distributors of news on the west coast.

    • Stonehenge located in the English county of Wiltshire, Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument which new evidence uncovered revealed that it was used as a burial ground.

    • Ayer's rock Ayer's rock is also known as Uluru is a large Sandstone rock formation in the south of the North territory on Central Australia. It's listed as a world heritage site.

    • Episode title: Skull and Double-Crossbones This title was also used on the Adventure 60's animated series: Johnny Quest

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  • Fan Reviews (7)
  • The coolest cartoon

    By T_VFan, May 11, 2012

  • C5 us to the next location, player! Where it is, no one knows, at least until we get there.. Awesome show!

    By frosty_ice, Aug 10, 2009

  • I love this show because it's based on the games created by The Learning Company.

    By matrix103, Sep 18, 2007

  • Legendary thief Carmen Sandiego is set up against two detectives, Zack and Ivy. Similar to the video game of the same name, this show uses animation to make history interesting to kids.

    By little_magelly, May 30, 2007

  • Finally some characterization

    By BTRAV, Apr 12, 2007

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