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ccb
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Posted - 04/08/2005 :  15:29:18  Show Profile
In which episode(s) of The Wild Wild West do we hear reference made to

1. Titan

2. Jason

3. Hades

4. Aristotle

5. Elyseum

6. Neptune

7. Nymphs

8. Helen of Troy

9. A Greek Mask

10. A Trojan Horse

11. Alexander the Great

12. Followers of Epicurus

K Mills
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849 Posts

Posted - 04/08/2005 :  18:26:39  Show Profile
Titan was the strong man in Night of the Eccentrics. Aristotle was mentioned in The Night of the Human Trigger. Neptune in Night of the Watery Death. The Trojan Horse is right on the tip of my brain, maybe later.
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Redhead1617
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USA
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Posted - 04/08/2005 :  18:31:13  Show Profile  Visit Redhead1617's Homepage
6. Neptune- King Neptune at the Mermaid Tavern TNOT Watery Death

8. Helen of Troy-(we just did this in my Greek & Roman Mythology class ) one of three girls combined for JW's perfect match, TNOT Valentine

9. A Greek Mask- what Montgomery calls Brubaker in TNOT Legion of Death


well that's all for off the top of my head

excellent quiz ccb! I love Greek & Roman Mythology so much I am taking the class this semester, rock on!


~Red

*sigh...where's MY Ross Martin?
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beerbad
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Posted - 04/09/2005 :  08:15:03  Show Profile
Could #11 be a Loveless episode? I think he may have compared himself to Alexander. I'll guess the first one, Wizard Shook the Earth.
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couldron
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Posted - 04/09/2005 :  20:26:23  Show Profile
3. Hades
Count Manzeppi
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Elaine
SS 1st assignment - desk job

356 Posts

Posted - 04/10/2005 :  14:18:15  Show Profile
Number 12: The followers of Epicurus: TNOT Avaricious Actuary. Dr. Kovacs is a member of the Epicurian Society.
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Colonel Cross
SS spy school graduate

USA
73 Posts

Posted - 04/10/2005 :  20:12:55  Show Profile
Isn't, "Helen of Troy," mentioned in the beginning of TNot Underground Terror?

That's Mars, Nevada?
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AdorableBlue
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Posted - 04/11/2005 :  06:52:27  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
Trojan Horse - Me believe its in Casual Killer when Jim suggested going in a show biz wagon.

Jason - that's a name of a character in the eps, right? Samurai? The name of the martial arts master who turned out to be the bad guy?

Alexander the Great - I remember watching that eps when the cinemas were screening of the movie Alexander. But, I just can't remember which eps now. Was it also in Casual Killer?

Hades - Eccentrics


AdorableBlue
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Redhead1617
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Posted - 04/11/2005 :  11:53:04  Show Profile  Visit Redhead1617's Homepage
No clue why, but for some funky reason I just thought 11. Alexander the Great was in TNOT Lord of Limbo

"isn't that funny?" -AG

~Red

*sigh...where's MY Ross Martin?
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K Mills
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849 Posts

Posted - 04/11/2005 :  13:50:17  Show Profile
I thought beerbad was on the track. Loveless in Murderous Spring, looking in the mirror, but I could be wrong.
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ccb
SS Quizmaster Emeritus

3799 Posts

Posted - 04/12/2005 :  13:11:50  Show Profile
We have a tie for last Weekend's Quiz: With three correct answers apiece, Karen and Red each receive an Arabella. Henriettas go to Mary, Elaine, Blue, and the Colonel, each with one correct answer. And an honorable mention to beerbad, who was on the right (Loveless) track with "Alexander," though Karen nailed the proper episode.

For the ones remaining:

Jason was the main baddie in "The Night of the Egyptian Queen." (Note to Blue: In "The Samurai," it was Gideonóbiblical, not Greek.)

"Now you are in the cradle of limbo, suspended halfway betwixt Elyseum and Hades": Count Manzeppi to West in the clutches of the Amorous Amanda ("The Eccentrics," Act III).

Along with da Vinci and Galileo, Sheriff Loveless compares himself with Aristotle in "The Raven" (Act I).

"Jonathan Ashley Kingston" inttroduces West to three Nymphs on a wagon train that journeys into "Running Death" (Act I).

Helen of Troy turns up almost everywhere. Red and the Colonel found two. The Count makes a third reference in his carnival barker's speech in "The Eccentrics" (Act I).

A Trojan Horse: Blue's right. There's also "Hallelujah Harry"'s reference to it in "The Fugitives" (Act IV).

Budda-be-budda-be-budda That's All, Folks!
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Redhead1617
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Posted - 04/12/2005 :  13:38:35  Show Profile  Visit Redhead1617's Homepage
Hui! (Latin,sorry I don't know Greek) I finally got another feather, congrats K, et al. ! (more Latin got an exam comin, gotta study for it!)

~Red

*sigh...where's MY Ross Martin?
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K Mills
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849 Posts

Posted - 04/12/2005 :  15:08:32  Show Profile
Cool! I actually have a feather or two for my cap!
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ccb
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3799 Posts

Posted - 04/12/2005 :  20:26:52  Show Profile
Red: Hui! (Latin,sorry I don't know Greek)

Nai!
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Redhead1617
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USA
1393 Posts

Posted - 04/13/2005 :  07:15:26  Show Profile  Visit Redhead1617's Homepage
Nai!

really awesome

~Red

*sigh...where's MY Ross Martin?
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