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The Best of Schoolhouse Rock!
Number 6
Number of episodes: 26
Original airing: January 6, 1973 - August 27, 2002
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The (25) Best of Schoolhouse Rock! or Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition is a final Schoolhouse Rock! VHS tape featuring 7 episodes from America Rock, 7 episodes from Grammar Rock, an episode from Money Rock, 4 episodes from Science Rock, 6 episodes from Multiplication Rock, and a new song "I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College" as a bonus.

Schoolhouse Rock! Special 30th Anniversary Edition is a first DVD featuring the episodes from Multiplication Rock, Grammar Rock, America Rock, Science Rock, Money Rock, and two new songs. Also includes the lost episode The Weather Show and Scooter Computer and Mr. Chips.

Contents Edit

  1. Blue FBI Warnings
  2. Walt Disney Home Entertainment Logo
  3. Coming Soon To Own On Video & DVD
  4. Mickey's House Of Villains Trailer (Coming Soon Version)
  5. Monsters, Inc. VHS/DVD Trailer (Coming Soon Version)
  6. Lilo & Stitch VHS/DVD Trailer (Coming Soon Version)
  7. Now Available To Own On Video & DVD
  8. Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender Of Fun Trailer (Now Available Version)
  9. Teamo Supremo Promo
  10. Feature Program
  11. Schoolhouse Rock Intro (The Best of Schoolhouse Rock)
  12. Elbow Room
  13. Verb: That's What's Happening
  14. Them Not–So–Dry Bones
  15. Telegraph Line
  16. Naughty Number Nine
  17. Mother Necessity
  18. The Great American Melting Pot
  19. Dollars and Sense
  20. Elementary, My Dear
  21. Ready or Not, Here I Come
  22. Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla
  23. Unpack Your Adjectives
  24. No More Kings
  25. Figure Eight
  26. My Hero, Zero
  27. The Shot Heard 'Round the World
  28. A Noun is a Person, Place or Thing
  29. Interplanet Janet
  30. Three is a Magic Number
  31. The Preamble
  32. Interjections!
  33. Electricity, Electricity
  34. Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here
  35. I'm Just a Bill
  36. Conjunction Junction
  37. I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College
  38. Schoolhouse Rock End Credits (The Best of Schoolhouse Rock)

ScriptEdit

  • Rocky: Hey, chef, what's the special today?
    • (VHS Version) Chef: My new 25 ingredient soup! I'm stirring in the 25 all time favorite songs of Schoolhouse...
      Chef and Kids: Rock!
      Rocky: Wow! The all time favorites?
      Chef: That's right! It takes 30 years to make a soup this good!
      Rocky: 30 years! No wonder this suit is getting tight!
    • (DVD Version) Chef: The whole enchilada and a side of fun!
    • Voiceover: Hey! Looks like there's plenty of "Elbow Room" in that pot. So let's start with number 25. Now here's number 24: Verb, now that's what's happening. Action! Number 23 is a bone–i–fied favorite: "Them Not–So–Dry Bones" Number 22: (Imitating telegraph) "Telegraph Line" Number 21, here's that cat with a 9 on his tie: "Naughty Number Nine" ♪ "Mother Necessity", where would you be? ♪ Oh, about number 20! Number 19 of the all time favorites is: "The Great American Melting Pot" Remember Becky Sue? She's in: "Dollars and Sense". Number 18. No-ah doubt about it, number 17 is: "Elementary, My Dear" Ready or not, here's number 16: "Ready or Not, Here I Come" "Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla". Phew. With a name like that you've gotta be glad that there are pronouns. Now let's unpack number 14: "Unpack Your Adjectives" Number 13 is: "No More Kings" Number 12, I'd figured it'd be: "Figure Eight" Who's your favorite hero? Mine is in the number 11 spot: "My Hero, Zero". And now we come to the top 10, right on target at number 10: "The Shot Heard 'Round the World" And now number 9: ♪ "A Noun is a Person, Place or Thing", doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo. ♪ Number 8, that galaxy girl: "Interplanet Janet" Number 7 is the song that got Schoolhouse Rock started: "Three is a Magic Number" We the people pick number 6: "The Preamble" And number 5, Wow! Gee whiz! Oh boy! It's: "Interjections!" Flip that switch and what do you get? Number 4: "Electricity, Electricity" Number 3, indubitably: "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here" And now, number 2, the runner-up and still running strong: "I'm Just a Bill" And now the most popular Schoolhouse Rock song of all time, 1: "Conjunction Junction" And now to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Schoolhouse Rock, here's a brand new song that might help you understand the electoral college. It's called: "I'm Gonna Send Your Vote to College"
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