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Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 13
Season Two, Episode Thirteen
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Air date 27 July 2010
Written by Mathew Baynton, Dave Cohen, & Laurence Rickard
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Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 13 was the 26th episode of Horrible Histories, having first aired on the 27th of July, 2010, on the CBBC.

The episode was the first Savage Songs episode, & it included most of the songs from the second season (with the exception of the last song).

Songs Edit

Spartan High School Musical Edit

A parody of High School Musical, the Spartan Boys sing about their life at a Spartan High School & how they’re trained up to go & fight & live, where stealing is encouraged & love is forbidden until you’re thirty.

Boudicca Edit

The famous Celtic Queen Boudicca fearlessly revolts against the Romans.

Literally Edit

The Vikings sing about their landing in Britain & some of the vicious things they got up to…literally!

Do the Pachacuti Edit

The fierce Incan Lord sings about his wild ways & how to re-use the bones & teeth of dead enemies!

Charles II: King of Bling Edit

Now Cromwell’s gone, party animal King Charles II has restored the monarchy & is ready to party, as he raps in a great song.

A rap music parody, based on My Name Is by Eminem.

Blackbeard's Song Edit

Perilous Pirate Blackbeard sings about how he got his fame-& name-in his own song.

George IV: Couldn’t Stand My Wife Edit

George VI sings about his life waiting to be King, & then about his true loves: Actresses, Duchesses, & pies-but not his wife!

Real Live Cowboys Edit

A group of cowboys sings about their short, yet peaceful reign of the west, which isn’t really as television & film depicts it.

Victorian Inventions Edit

The Victorians sing about their endless list of inventions!

The World War Two Girls Edit

Whilst the men are fighting World War Two, the women at home show a bit of girl power as they take to the tough, tiresome jobs of factory working, plane watching, & manual labor hood, helping to win the war.

Encore Edit

The 4 Georges: Born 2 Rule Edit

A parody of a boy band, it stars King Georges I, II, III, & IV, of the Georgian Era, singing about their reigns.

Notes Edit

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