The Collector

Season 2 Episode 5

The Tattoo Artist

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Feb 06, 2005 on CityTV
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The Tattoo Artist
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Morgan's client is a tattoo artist who remembers making a deal 10 years earlier...but doesn't remember why. As they slowly uncover the secrets of his past, the client recovers his memories...and the pain that goes with them.

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    Chad Willett

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    Barbara Tyson

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      • The song "Ring Around Rosie" is a nursery rhyme popularly believed to be from the time of the Bubonic Plague/Black Death, which reached Europe in 1347 and is what caused Katrina's death. However scholars agree that this is an urban legend since the rhyme first appeared in print during the Victorian era in England (1881) and the tune itself existed no earlier than 1790. Another popular specious provenance is that instead of the Black Death, it referred to the Great Plague of London of 1665, but this too is incorrect. Most of the "fakelore" associated with this nursery rhyme is attributed to the folklorists Peter and Iona Opie, who in 1951 first published their hypothesis that this nursery rhyme was associated with the plague in 'The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes', a source that continues to be cited to this day despite being fallacious.

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