Talking ‘Bout My Generation: The Mathnet and Bloodhound Gang Connection
All righty, guys. This is huge news. HUGE! To anyone of my particular generation, that is. Wikipedia, as we all know, is not the most reliable source of information. I cannot imagine why anyone would be creative enough to lie about this amazing fact, however. Under the heading for author Sid Fleishman (The Whipping Boy, The White Elephant, that new Mark Twain bit of fabulousness, etc.) reads the following:
In addition to writing children’s books, Fleischman has done work for the Children’s Television Workshop, writing the Bloodhound Gang mysteries for 3-2-1 Contact as well as serving as a consultant for the Mathnet mysteries on Square One TV.
Sid Fleischman wrote The Bloodhound Gang segments. That just makes good sense. Ditto the Mathnet. Thanks to Dan McCoy for the link.
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