History Series / BeakmansWorld

3rd May '17 1:01:12 PM R.G.
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A Saturday morning kids' ScienceShow based on an award winning comic strip titled '''You Can With Beakman And Jax''', ''Beakman's World'' was a fast-paced romp through many scientific questions, some of which are considered gross, like "How is snot formed?", "What is vomit?", "What causes foot odor?" and "Why do we fart?" (which aired on the series finale).

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A Saturday morning kids' ScienceShow based on an award winning comic strip titled '''You ''You Can With Beakman And Jax''', Jax'', ''Beakman's World'' was a fast-paced romp through many scientific questions, some of which are considered gross, like "How is snot formed?", "What is vomit?", "What causes foot odor?" and "Why do we fart?" (which aired on the series finale).
3rd May '17 1:00:37 PM R.G.
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A Saturday morning kids' ScienceShow based on an award winning comic strip, ''Beakman's World'' was a fast-paced romp through many scientific questions, some of which are considered gross, like "How is snot formed?", "What is vomit?", "What causes foot odor?" and "Why do we fart?" (which aired on the series finale).

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A Saturday morning kids' ScienceShow based on an award winning comic strip, strip titled '''You Can With Beakman And Jax''', ''Beakman's World'' was a fast-paced romp through many scientific questions, some of which are considered gross, like "How is snot formed?", "What is vomit?", "What causes foot odor?" and "Why do we fart?" (which aired on the series finale).
3rd May '17 10:21:17 AM DaNuke
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* RainbowMotif: Roy G Biv is the name of a a colorful hippie who explains the visible spectrum in "Scientific Method, Beakmania & Rainbows". He returns in a second season episode to help answer the question "Why is the sky blue?"

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* RainbowMotif: Roy G G. Biv (the initials of the rainbow colors from red to violet) is the name of a a colorful hippie who explains the visible spectrum in "Scientific Method, Beakmania & Rainbows". He returns in a second season episode to help answer the question "Why is the sky blue?"
30th Mar '17 5:27:26 AM IlGreven
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** A different slide show begins with [[VisualPun Beakman on a slide]].
25th Jan '17 4:33:33 AM LadyTT
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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS. NOTE: Despite that Philo Taylor Farnsworth had mentioned that the show had been renewed for a 2nd season.

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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS. NOTE: '''NOTE''': Despite that Philo Taylor Farnsworth had mentioned that the show had been renewed for a 2nd season.
25th Jan '17 4:08:35 AM LadyTT
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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS. Note: Despite that Philo Taylor Farnsworth had mentioned that the show had been renewed for a 2nd season.

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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS. Note: NOTE: Despite that Philo Taylor Farnsworth had mentioned that the show had been renewed for a 2nd season.
25th Jan '17 4:03:37 AM LadyTT
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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS.

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* SeriesFauxnale: The last episode of Season 1 contained a segment explaining to kids how they could find answers on their own. This was just in case the series wasn't picked up for Season 2. Not only was it picked up, but it also moved to CBS. Note: Despite that Philo Taylor Farnsworth had mentioned that the show had been renewed for a 2nd season.
10th Jan '17 7:23:04 PM WilliamRadarStorm
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** Another segment (on soap) has a letter sent in. Nothing too unusual, only it can't be read since it's too dirty. Lester and Josie initially consider discarding it, but Beakman convinces them to keep it. Eventually, Beakman starts breaking into explanations of how soap works, to Josie and Lester's collective responses of "GET ON WITH IT!" What's the question on the letter? [[spoiler:"How does soap work?" To make it even better, Beakman then starts going back into the explanation only for Lester [[VaudevilleHook to cut him off.]]
28th Oct '16 1:20:13 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Many of the Famous Dead Guys were done in the style of a celebrity: Ben Franklin was a Rodney Dangerfield-esque joke-cracker; Albert Einstein was a German-style Jackie Mason, and Charles Goodyear was Jim Backus as Thurston Howell from GilligansIsland.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Many of the Famous Dead Guys were done in the style of a celebrity: Ben Franklin was a Rodney Dangerfield-esque joke-cracker; Albert Einstein was a German-style Jackie Mason, and Charles Goodyear was Jim Backus as Thurston Howell from GilligansIsland.''Series/GilligansIsland''.
11th Jun '16 1:51:38 PM Morgenthaler
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** In one scene, Lester is reading [[{{Playboy}} A Ratboy magazine]], which he scrambles to hide when Beakman and Liza come into the scene.

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** In one scene, Lester is reading [[{{Playboy}} [[Magazine/{{Playboy}} A Ratboy magazine]], which he scrambles to hide when Beakman and Liza come into the scene.
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