Ranting Swede's Rant: Answering machines
Angry Scientist: So, I have invented something that will guarantee be catching that sheep -- a time machine.
General Specific: I already have one. See? (shows his watch) The big hand's on the 6, and the little hand's on the 2.
Angry Scientist: Not a watch, you imbeciliated general person! I am talking about a time traveling machine that is abling us to travels anywhere in time.
Private Public: If you can invent a time machine, why can't you invent a ray gun that works without a sheep?
Angry Scientist: I am an artist, okay? Did anyone be telling Picasso how to be dancing? (General Specific & Private Public look confused) Okay, painting, whatever, you are getting my pointedness.
General Specific: (reading a sign) 'Welcome to the most cliched time portal of all time.' We're in 1975's New Jersey?
Specifico Columbus (with a Spanish accent): I claim-a this-a land for my-a-self-a! Er, uh, I mean-a, for all-a the people-a who-a talk-a funny.
Narrator: One look from her can turn a man to scone ...
Greek Man: Hi Lady Medusington.
(she looks at the man and he turns into a scone)
Narrator: A buttery, high-fat scone!
1. "Baaa-ck in Time!"
2. "It was Many Shears ago!"
3. "Turning the Flock Ahead!"
One of the fake commercials for this episode includes Shrimpola Cola; the soda has a good taste, but it burns people's brains.
This might reference the immensely over hyped New Coke introduced in 1985. It tasted great, but very few people wanted to buy it.
Back in Time: Baa-ck in Time
The episode title is from the song 'Back in Time' by Huey Lewis And The News. The song was the main theme song featured in the 1985 movie, Back to the Future.