Unpack your adjectives, and have a go at what you know about Saturday morning's "Schoolhouse Rock!" — beyond the words to "Conjunction Junction," that is.
Three is a magic number, according to "Schoolhouse Rock!"
The theme song goes, "As your body grows bigger, your mind must flower. It’s great to learn, ’cause knowledge is power!"
"Schoolhouse Rock" was originally called "Scholastic Rock."
Look to Southern California for the nude woman on the map at the end of "The Shot Heard 'Round the World."
This was done by an educational consultant from the Bank Street School of Education.
The conjunction boxcars are "and," "but" and "or."
It was the morning of Saturday, January 6, 1973.
Get your adverbs there!
"Three Is a Magic Number" was the first song written and recorded for the series.
The number one is not included in the episodes.
"Elbow Room," a song about westward expansion, is part of the "America Rock" series.
Eight on its side is an infinity symbol.
It actually reads, 'We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union …"
"I'm a Victim of Gravity" is sung in 1950s doo-wop style.
"There's a fire in my heart and you fan it" is from "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
"Schoolhouse Rock Live!" premiered in 1996.
"Schoolhouse Rock" won against "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and "Sesame Street" for the outstanding children's instructional programming award.
Moby contributed to the album, but it's Biz Markie who sings "The Energy Blues."
My hero, Zero, is such a funny little hero.
Because it's a name, Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla is proper noun.
Each Saturday morning short was three minutes long.
It was "My Hero, Zero," not "Ready or Not, Here I Come," that was shown.
The cartoon version of Tom Yohe has a cameo in "The Good Eleven."
It's true. The institutions thought it would help first-year medical students.
"Schoolhouse Rock! Earth" did not debut until 2009.
ITunes users accused Disney of distributing climate change propaganda.
"Do Your Sevenses" was written but never produced.
David McCall, then president of McCaffrey & McCall, thought up the idea.
"I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College" is a contemporary song recorded for the 30th anniversary.
Etta James sang "Sufferin' Till Suffrage" on the tribute album.