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Episode 50 is the fiftieth episode of the first season of Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

Summary[]

Dr. Belljar steals the refrigerated railcars from the year 1877.

In the 1950s, Dr. Belljar taunts the time pilots about freeze-dried food, which leads them to outer space in the 1960s, where they recapture the refrigerated railcars.

Courtney captures Dr. Belljar and Carmen with 10 seconds to spare despite slightly passing the first portal forcing her to arrive at the first portal the right way and she arriving at the 3rd portal on the wrong side forcing her to arrive there the right way and missed the only wrong answer at the 3rd portal the Stonehenge contraption causing her to rapidly pulled the rope to lift the wheel up to the top.

History of Food Preservation (Flight Plan)[]

  • 1995: Parmalat, shelf-stable milk, is widely available in the eastern U.S.
  • 1976: Oodles of Noodles instant product is introduced.
  • 1969: Tang goes to the moon on Apollo 11.
  • 1953: The first frozen TV dinners.
  • 1946: The first Tupperware products are sold in stores.
  • 1940: The modern freeze-dry process is discovered for food preservation.
  • 1894: Coca-Cola is bottled for the first time.
  • 1877: Swift develops refrigerated railroad cars.

Trial Of Time Questions[]

Bold indicates correct answers.
Italics indicates incorrect answers.
Underline indicates the contestant answered the question after time ran out.

  1. It's the 1860s. Whose process kills harmful organisms in food?
    • Ford
    • Pasteur
  2. It's 1877. How is fresh meat shipped from Chicago?
    • Refrigerated Railcar
    • Air Mail
  3. It's 1927. What is the newest type of milk?
    • Homogenized
    • Skim
  4. It's 1929. How does Clarence Birdseye preserve food?
    • Dehydrating
    • Freezing
  5. It's the 1960s. How is the astronauts' food prepared?
    • Freeze Dried
    • Canned
  6. It's 1981. What sugar substitute is approved by the FDA?
    • NutraSweet
    • Parmalat

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