Histeria!

Season 1 Episode 10

The American Revolution (2)

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Aired Weekdays 3:30 PM Sep 25, 1998 on The WB
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The American Revolution (2)
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Histeria takes another look at the American Revolution as the gang listen's to George Washington sing a duet with his wife, attend the Boston Tea Party, and see Midnight Line.

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    Laraine Newman

    Laraine Newman

    Charity Bazaar/Miss Information

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Toast/Pepper Mills/World's Oldest Woman

    Cree Summer

    Cree Summer

    Aka Pella and Various Others

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Father Time/Fetch

    Jason Marsden

    Jason Marsden

    Bucky

    Cindy Henderson

    Cindy Henderson

     

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      • Father Time: The place, Boston Harbor. The date, December 16, 1773. Tea time, 4 PM sharp! But does the party start on time?! Noooo!
        Samuel Adams: Well, Lendall Pitts, Paul Revere, and I were running a little late.
        Father Time: For guys who're gonna be called Minutemen, you'd think one of them could wear a watch!

      • Washington: And so the British Parliament passed the Stamp Act, which taxed newspapers, playing cards, and all printed material imported by the colonies. The American colonists were not happy.
        Charity: We're not happy.
        Pule: Hey, this tax is unfair!
        Froggo: We won't pay! (Redcoats surround them and cock their guns.) Unless they make us.
        Washington: Then in 1767, Parliament passed the Townend act, which taxed tea, paper, glass, and lots of other items. Now the colonists were even less happy.
        (The Redcoats surround Froggo, Charity, and Pule with their guns again.)
        Charity: Now we're even less happy.

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