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Episode 114 is the forty-ninth episode of the second season of Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?


Medeva steals La Marseillaise from France in the year 1792.

At the time of the crime, Kevin and the time pilots meet up with their future selves (from a few days later) and receive clues about the Jubilee Singers, leading them to the year 1871.

Following a Global Pursuit in the late 1800s, the time pilots meet an (extremely) amateur musician who wants to be like Bob Dylan. His clues lead them to the 1960s, where Medeva sabotages the Chronoskimmer.

After a Data Boost, the time pilots overhear a report from Medeva to Carmen, the former having taken a liking for reggae. Her report leads them to the year 1981, where they recapture La Marseillaise.

Jewel captures Medeva, but Carmen escapes.

Time Pilots[]

  • Carla O'Neill
  • Jewel
  • Logan Bromer

Sketches and Pit Stops[]

  • Collision Alert - 1871 (when the Fisk Jubilee Singers were singing spirituals in concert)
  • Cluefinder (Bob Dylan-wannabe) - 1960s (when Bob Dylan's songs became popular)
  • VILE Villain Clue (Nano-Probe Intercept) - 1981 (the year Bob Marley died)

History of Political Protest Songs (Flight Plan)[]

  • 1991: Russia adopts a national anthem entitled "Patriotic Song."
  • 1976: Punk rock band The Sex Pistols released "Anarchy in the U.K."
  • 1960: The song "We Shall Overcome" is dedicated to the Civil Rights movement.
  • 1940: Folk singer Woody Guthrie writes "This Land is Your Land."
  • 1917: George M. Cohan's "Over There" becomes a rallying cry for World War I.
  • 1854: Mexico's national anthem "Mexicans at the Cry of War" is first sung.
  • 1842: Abigail Jemima Hutchinson and her family quartet sings at abolitionist rallies.
  • 1792: "La Marseillaise", the French national anthem, is written.

Trail Of Time Questions[]

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

  1. It's the 1940s. Where do ghetto fighters sing the World War II resistance song, "Never Say"?
    • Poland
    • France
  2. It's 1960. The song, "We Shall Overcome", is dedicated to which US protest movement?
    • Civil Rights Movement
    • Anti-War Movement
  3. It's the 1970s. Chimurenga music is part of which country's fight for independence?
    • South Africa
    • Zimbabwe
  4. It's 1980. What album by The Clash is inspired by the political struggle in Nicaragua?
    • Sandinista
    • Contra
  5. It's 1988. Where does a partly aboriginal rock group release the album, "Homeland Movement"?
    • The Philippines
    • Australia
  6. It's 1989, which rappers perform "Fight the Power" in Spike Lee's film, "Do The Right Thing"?
    • Public Enemy
    • Second answer not given; out of time


  • This is the last episode in which Carmen escapes as well as Medeva's final theft.


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