"Gee, Mr. Peabody, that's great news for the music industry and the cultural zeitgeist!"
"Well, yes, Sherman, up to a point. However, now we are stuck with the rather unseemly sight of Mick Jagger still shaking his skinny, nearly 70-year old ass to the tune of 'I Can't Get No Satisfaction.' And people still paying to see it."
"Gee, Mr. Peabody, you won't see anything like that in tomorrow's Rose Bowl Parade!"
"No, Sherman, you won't. And although you can't tell it from the video, why was Cleopatra so negative?"
"Gee, Mr. Peabody, I don't know."
"Because she was... the queen of denial."
"Yes, Sherman, I've noticed. But I thought the reporter got a bit carried away with that 'sound of the proletariat' reference."
"I know, it's only rock n'roll, but I like it."
"Wrong band, Sherman."
of a mysterious time-travelling alien known only as "The Doctor." He's a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey, who explores time and space with various companions in his TARDIS, which looks like an old-fashioned British Police Box. Dr. Who is currently the longest-running science-fiction series broadcast on television, spanning twenty-six years on its original run. Over fifty years, the role of the Doctor has been played by eleven actors.
"Different network, Sherman."