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Crimes of the Hot - S5-E1

Trivia: The scientist with the degree in homeopathic medicine has a degree from Evergreen State College, creator Matt Groening's alma mater.

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Crimes of the Hot - S5-E1

Trivia: When the head of Al Gore meets everyone in the big dome to discuss the problem with Global Warming, he comments that, according to his books, "Earth in a Balance" and "Harry Potter and the Balance of Earth", that everyone needed to protect the Earth from global warming and "black wizards." Then it cuts to Tim the Wizard, from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, sitting in the audience, rolling his eyes and saying "Sure, blame the wizards..." Also, whenever Gore shows that the prize for whoever can solve the global warming problem is a bag of moon sapphires, Tim says "Sapphires? I can use this to get through the gate. hahahaha..."

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