|Horrible Histories - Series 1, Episode 10|
|Season One, Episode Ten|
|Air date||18 June 2009|
|Written by||Susie Donkin, Steve Punt, Mark Shillabeer, Ben Ward, & Arnold Widdowson|
Horrible Histories - Series 1, Episode 10 was the tenth episode of the Horrible Histories TV series, having first aired on the 18th of June, 2009, on the CBBC.
This episode includes the HHTV News reporting live from the Battle of Thermopylae, Celt housewives finding decorative uses for severed heads, & the revolting truth about Roman toilets being revealed.
Sponge on a Stick Edit
Viper Deodorant Edit
Victorians criminal street slang Edit
An upper-class couple is conned by a thief using street slang.
Great Victorian Inventions: The Car (Animation) Edit
Bertha, a peasant, & Earl Richard Scarsbrook compare the diets of rich & poor.
A customer from the Tudor Period receives skin treatment.
Home decorating with severed heads.
In this twisted version, the Pied Piper arrives too late to save the people from the Black Death... & ends up falling victim to the plague himself.
- Main article: The Plague Song
Musical theatre parody.
Napoleon Bonaparte is reunited with his rather unexpectedly accented family.
Spartan warriors armorEdit
Spartan warriors suit up at the weapons store pre-battle.
Mike Peabody reports live from the Battle of Thermopylae.
|Rotten Romans||Vile Victorians||Terrible Tudors||Cut-Throat Celts||Measly Middle Ages||Ruthless Rulers||Groovy Greeks|
|Sponge on a Stick||Viper Deodorant||Victorian criminal street slang||Great Victorian Inventions||Ready Steady Feast||Historical Hairdressers||Celt decorations||Video Game||Twisted Fairytales||Song||This Is Your Reign||Spartan warriors armor||HHTV News|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 1 Episode 10 at Horrible Histories TV