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1995 is a year in the 20th century. It is the sixth year in the decade of the 1990s, as well as the third year of Bill Clinton's administration.

Known Events[]

  • Cal Ripkin Jr. beats Lou Gehrig's record for most games played consecutively.[1]
  • Handheld GPS's come out.[2]
  • The movie Waterworld premieres.[3][4]
  • Toy Story is first released.[5]
  • Blue M&M's are introduced.[6]
  • Road Rules premiers on MTV.[7]
  • Parmalat, shelf-stable milk, is widely available in the eastern U.S.[8]
  • The movie Outbreak debuts.[9]
  • Illegal slavery in Sudan and Mauritania are exposed.[10]
  • E.R. is the top-rated television drama.[11]
  • Spider silk is proven stronger than steel.[12]

Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?[]

In Episode 3, Sir Vile reports to Carmen Sandiego with glee that he has just witnessed Cal Ripkin's 2131st consecutive game. His clues lead the Time Pilots to 1995.

In Episode 8, Dr. Belljar taunts the Time Pilots about GPS technology in 1995.

In Season 2, Episode 32, Jacqueline Hyde talks about how American researchers have exposed illegal slavery in Mauritania, the last nation to officially abolish slavery. Her clues lead the Time Pilots to the year 1995.

In Season 2, Episode 46, Buggs Zapper talks about how spider silk is one of the strongest substances in the world and, on a similar note, the premiere of the Spider-Man cartoon. His clues lead the Time Pilots to the year 1995.

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