Class of the Titans

Season 1 Episode 7

The Antikythera Device

Aired Daily 7:00 PM Feb 04, 2006 on TELETOON



  • Trivia

    • The real Antikythera Device was probably a clockwork mechanism, while an astrolabe is an astronomical tool.

    • The red eel could not have been seen at that depth because red light dosn't have a strong enough frequency to go that far under the water.

    • The Atlas that was from Atlantis was not the same Atlas that held up the sky. The latter was supposed to have been turned to stone by Perseus, at least in some versions of the myth. The Atlas that was from Atlantis however, was a son of Poseidon, and he was also mortal.

    • In Greek mythology, the gods don't have blood, they have a see-through substance in their bodies called ichor.

    • In real life, it would be impossible for a human being to go swimming in that kind of water pressure.

    • The astrolabe is supposed to be an ancient Greek device, yet it's apparently usually on display in the ancient Eqypt wing of the museum.

  • Quotes

    • Hera: A riddle is like a trap, isn't it? The answer is the bait. The question is the trap.

    • Atlas: Yep. That's where she is.
      Odie: What? You knew where Atlantis was all the time?
      Atlas: Sure. It's my hometown. I thought you knew that - Atlantic Ocean, Atlantis. All named after me - Atlas! Heh.
      Odie: And so, why didn't you tell us that juicy little bit of info before?
      Atlas: You didn't ask.

    • Archie: (searching the submarine) Where's the weapons on this thing?
      Odie: There aren't any weapons. It's just a research vessel.
      Archie: No wonder no one cared if we took it!

    • (Theresa, Atlanta, Archie, Neil and Herry are playing Monopoly. Theresa rolls the dice and lands on a property)
      Neil: Oh yeah baby, I own that, pay up.
      (Theresa groans and pays Neil)
      Atlanta: Doesn't this game ever end?

    • Atlanta: I'm all over it! Come on, guys, time for a swim. Let's turn that thing off.
      Archie: (shakes head in protest)
      Atlanta: Oh, right. The world's only non-swimming hero.

    • Neil: Ping

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • In the scene at the Museum of History, Neil is disguised as Starsky from the 1970's American TV series 'Starsky and Hutch'.

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