Histeria!

Season 1 Episode 16

The Terrible Tudors

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Aired Weekdays 3:30 PM Oct 08, 1998 on The WB
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The Terrible Tudors
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The gang plays Name Thy Cure, and tell the tale of the Tudors.

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      • Chit Chatterson: Listen, Ive, now that you're czar, you need to add a "the" to your name.
        Froggo: (as Ivan Vasilyevich) Huh?
        Chit: You know, like Attila the Hun, William the Conqueror? I've got a list of suggestions for you, compiled by our oppreresive despot search department!
        Froggo: Go on.
        Chit: OK, how about Ivan the Icky?
        Froggo: WHAT?! No!
        Chit: I agree, very bad. OK, here's a good one - Ivan the Disagreeable! I like that one. It says you're mean but you can still be reasoned with.
        Froggo: Absolutely not!
        Chit: Ivan the Finicky?
        Froggo: No!
        Chit: Ivan the Colicky?
        Froggo: No!
        Chit: Okay let's see, what else, what else? Ah! Ooh, this is you! You're gonna love this one, Ivey baby - Ivan the Naughty!
        Froggo: GET OUT! GET OUT! Aaaaaaah!
        Chit: Ivan, you're terrible!
        Froggo: That's it!
        Chit: Faboo! I knew we could work something out, Ivan, the Terrible! Can I just call you "Bull" for short?
        Froggo: NO! (kicks Chit out) That's three points, field goal!

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