|Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 2|
|Season Three, Episode Two|
|Air date||31 May 2011|
|Written by||Dave Cohen, Susie Donkin, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, & Ben Ward|
Horrible Histories - Series 3, Episode 2 was the 28th episode of Horrible Histories, having first aired on the 31st of May, 2011, on the CBBC.
This episode includes discovering the most disgusting way to attack a castle, the Saxons demonstrating the stupidest way to lose a battle, a Georgian going shopping in a modern pet shop, & the kings & queens of England demonstrating how to remember them all, through the power of song.
Invading a Castle Edit
A raiding party can either overcome a series of incredibly dangerous obstacles to get into a castle–or they can do it the hard way.
The Siege Forecast Edit
A Stuart Lady (portrayed by Martha Howe-Douglas) thinks she can pull it off with whale phlegm & a pineapple.
Having tea with Walter Raleigh’s severed head Edit
A dinner party is made awkward by Walter Raleigh’s severed head.
Smuggling lace in a goose’s crop.
True or False Edit
At one Georgian fair, a wild bull was turned loose with fireworks tied all over it.
John Joseph Merlin’s Roller Skates Edit
Inventor John Joseph Merlin belatedly discovers a few key design flaws while filming an advertisement for the first practical roller skates.
Mike Peabody reports live from the Battle of Maldon.
Monk Magazine Edit
All the ‘modern’ monk needs to know.
First ever public flushing toilet Edit
Opening the first public toilet in more ways than one.
Alfred Nobel Edit
The strange story behind the establishment of Alfred Nobel’s Peace Prize.
- Main article: The Monarchs' Song
|Nasty Knights||Slimy Stuarts||Groovy Greeks||Gorgeous Georgians||Smashing Saxons||Vile Victorians||Ruthless Rulers|
|Invading a castle||The Siege Forecast||Historical Masterchef||Having tea with Walter Raleigh’s severed head||Stupid Deaths||Words We Get From History||Historical Pet Shop||John Joseph Merlin’s Roller Skates||HHTV News||Monk Magazine||First ever public flushing toilet||Alfred Nobel||Song|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 3, Episode 2 at Horrible Histories TV