Dinosaurs

Season 2 Episode 16

The Clip Show

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Aired Friday 9:30 PM Jan 22, 1992 on ABC
5.3
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A modern archaeologist documents the dinosaurs way of life and how things were when they came to the world actually before humans ever ruled the world and before they became extinct.

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  • A completely avoidable episode

    4.5
    Although I'm all for a show experimenting and trying new things, this episode of Dinosaurs was just completely off the mark. It consisted of Sir David Tushingham guiding us through a modern day paleontology dig and giving us facts about dinosaurs along the way. In between are clips of previous Dinosaurs episodes. Tushingham's jokes were not funny and the only enjoyment I got out of the Dinosaurs clips was the "We're gonna need another Timmy" montage on the show "Ask Mr. Wizard". This is an episode that can be avoided as it doesn't hold any of that Dinosaurs charm the other episodes have.moreless
  • Don't bother watching it.

    2.0
    This episode is the most boring episode of Dinosaurs made. The modern archaeologist talks about the lives of the Dinosaurs, such as their living habits, and the episode shows clips about what he is referring to. If you've watched all the episodes on the DVD before this one, this one will be extremely boring.



    Most of the clips in the episode are not funny; they are just shown to reference what the archaeologist is talking about. However, you will get to see one of the funniest clips of the series, where the baby bites his own tail thinking that he just caught his lunch.moreless
Jarrett Lennon

Jarrett Lennon

Human Boy

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Paxton Whitehead

Paxton Whitehead

Sir David Tushingham

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Bill Capizzi

Bill Capizzi

Worker

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Suzie Plakson

Suzie Plakson

Human voice

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