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CEIA: ``President Ferguson'' (#117)

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-- Information --

Airing Info

Production Date: [?]
Feb 92
Broadcast Date: [?]
8 Mar 92
Running Time: [?]
13:57 + 10:21 = 24:18
AKA: [?]

Episode Content

Plot Synopsis: [?]
Clarissa's history report about dictatorial abuses of power turns into a case study when Fergsuon runs for class president.
Subplots: [?]
Janet's baking campaign cookies; Marshall's designing campaign buttons -- and reminiscing about the time he ran for class president; Clarissa feels that she's not getting enough attention from her parents; Sam, paranoid from reading a spy novel for his book report, feels that he's getting too much attention from the wrong people.
Opening Scene: [?]
``Sometimes politics really ticks me off. It's just one big power struggle.'' / What if power got into the wrong hands?
Closing Line: [?]
``If absolute power corrupts absloutely, then a little bit of power can turn a pest into a colossal jerk.''
Spoofs: [?]
Other Cut-away Segments: [?]
Computer Stuff: [?]
Sam's Entrances: [?]
  1. ``Hi, Sam.'' ``Shh!''
  2. ``Hi, Sam. How's it going?'' ``I'm up to the part where the Senator puts bugs in his own grandmother's home.''
Names for Ferguson: [?]
pip-squeak of a brother
Marshall's Designs: [?]
Janet's Work: [?]


Writer: [?]
Michael Borkow, Paul Lieberstein.
Director: [?]
Chuck Vinson
Guest Players: [?]
Opening Credits: [?]
Closing Credits: [?]

Other Info

Character Names: [?]
Real-World References: [?]
Quotes: [?]
``Absolute power corrupts absolutely.'' - Mr. Futtstein
``Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.'' - Lord Acton (1834-1902), letter to Michael Creighton, 3 April 1887.

``Unlimited power is apt to corrupt the minds of those who possess it.'' - William Pitt, Earl of Chatham (1708-1778), House of Lords, 9 Jan 1770.

Lyrics and Poetry: [?]
Clothes: [?]
(Thanks to Eric Last)
 1. Black headband, Red top, striped colored waistecoat with black back,
    Short Blue skirt, Black legins, Black boots.
 2. (Cut-away scene) Grey skirt, white blouse, dark blue cardigan, dark blue
 3. Blue headband, Blue denim shorts with flowers, black tights,
    black top with flowery colored arms and flower in center, Black belt.  
 4. Multicolred shirt, black skirt with shoulder straps, pink tights, 
    green socks, Black boots.  
 5. (Cut-away scene) Grey brown coat, grey brown skirt, dark brown jumper.
 6. Blue denim bell bottom jeans, White shoes, pink top, redy brown 
    waistecoat, Yellow headband, Love beads.
 7. (Cut-away scene) Black shirt with colored buttons, black with white dot
 8. (Cut-away scene) Black and White striped top.
 9. Red Blue Black Yellow tartan top, Black with White Dot Legins, Yellow 
10. Blue Sweatshirt, Green braces, red tartan legins, cream shorts with 
    colored fruit on, red pom-pom earings.
Food: [?]
Pics: [?]

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-- DYNs --


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