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Season 4 Episode 3

Rock & Roll Has Got To Go!

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Aired Weekdays 7:00 AM Apr 10, 2002 on The History Channel
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Rock & Roll Has Got To Go!
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In ancient Athens, Greek elders were outraged by the younger generations lack of interest in organized religion, their rejection of traditional beliefs, and their nerve jangling new music.

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    Bob Bainborough

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    Rick Green

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    Ron Pardo

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    • NOTES (1)

      • TOP TEN: Aristotles rejected syllogisms.

        10.: All men are mortal. Socrates is a man. Therefore Socrates needs nookie.
        9. Hemlock is poison. Socrates drank hemlock. Therefore Socrates is very mortal.
        8. All men are mortal. My mom is a woman. Therefore my mom is immortal.
        7. All syllogisms are false. Therefore....uh.
        6. Some men are mortal. Socrates is mortal. Therefore Socrates is some man!
        5. All men are mortal. Gods are not mortal. Therefore we men got ripped off.
        4. All men leave the seat up. End of argument.
        3. Socrates is dead. Plato and Aristotle are alive. Socrates wasn't so smart.
        2. Man am I. I am Sam. I do not like green eggs and ham.
        1. All men are mortal. So be careful out there.

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • This is Spinal Tap
        The kithara with 11 strings and much of the scene surrounding it is a reference to Nigel Tufnel's 11 stringed guitar in the movie.

      • Icarus
        The forecast for the night is "hot enough to melt your wings", an allusion to the myth of Icarus who flew too close to the sun on homemade wings and fell to his death.

      • COMING UP at 7:00 lists the following film/show titles: ' Everybody Loves Hetairai ', ' Cagney & Leastrygones ', ' The Streeets Of Sparta ', ' Sex In The Scythia ', Movie: ' Buffy The Gorgon Slayer '.

        These titles refer to the following film/shows (in order):

        -' Everybody Loves Raymond '
        -' Cagney & Lacey '
        -' The Streets Of San Francisco '
        -' Sex In The City '
        -' Buffy The Vampire Slayer '

      • COMING UP at 4:30 lists the following shows: ' Homer's Heroes ', ' Party With Pan ', ' The Apollo Project ', ' Boyz To Men: In Concert ' and ' Boys & Men: In Congress '.

        These titles refer to the following shows (in order):

        -' Hogan's Heroes '
        -' Party of Five '
        -' Project Greenlight '
        -generic reference to concert specials with group Boyz To Men featured in this title.
        -generic reference to political talk shows ( and the fact that only men were allowed to be in political forums)

      • COMING UP at 3:00 lists the following show titles: ' Murder, She Prophesized ', ' Who Wants To Be A Miletian ', ' The Oracle's Stock Market Picks ', ' Herophilus, M.D. ', ' Gardening With Cyrus The Younger ' and ' Biography: Plato '.

        These titles allude to the following shows (in order):

        -' Murder, She Wrote '
        -' Who Wants To Be A Millionaire '
        - generic reference to stock market advise shows.
        -' Marcus Welby, M.D. '
        -generic reference to gardening shows.
        -reference to the Biography series on A&E.

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