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*[[Wikipedia:Don Knotts|Don Knotts]] (1924-2006), who passed away shortly after this email was released, was an actor best known for playing [[Wikipedia:Barney Fife|Barney Fife]] on [[Wikipedia:The Andy Griffith Show|''The Andy Griffith Show'']].  He also twice guest-starred in the ''New Scooby-Doo Movies'' cartoons.
*[[Wikipedia:Don Knotts|Don Knotts]] (1924-2006), who passed away shortly after this email was released, was an actor best known for playing [[Wikipedia:Barney Fife|Barney Fife]] on [[Wikipedia:The Andy Griffith Show|''The Andy Griffith Show'']].  He also twice guest-starred in the ''New Scooby-Doo Movies'' cartoons.
*The "Roman times" Easter egg is a reference to ''[[Wikipedia:The Roman Holidays|The Roman Holidays]]'', a Hanna Barbera animated sitcom from 1972.  Like ''[[Wikipedia:The Flintstones|The Flintstones]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:The Jetsons|The Jetsons]]'' before it, the basic premise was plunking a typical sitcom family into another time period (in this case, 63 A.D.).
*The "Roman times" Easter egg is a reference to ''[[Wikipedia:The Roman Holidays|The Roman Holidays]]'', a Hanna Barbera animated sitcom from 1972.  Like ''[[Wikipedia:The Flintstones|The Flintstones]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:The Jetsons|The Jetsons]]'' before it, the basic premise was plunking a typical sitcom family into another time period (in this case, 63 A.D.).
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*"Vomitorium" is a word often mistaken for a room where satiated diners would [[Puking|upchuck]], creating room for more food; rather, it refers to the entrances and exits on large Roman buildings such as the Coliseum, where people could "spill out", hence the name.
*"Just the facts" is a reference to the phrase "Just the facts, ma'am", which was made popular by the TV police procedural [[Wikipedia:Dragnet (drama)|Dragnet]], despite the fact the phrase was [http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/dragnet.htm never used on the show].
*"Just the facts" is a reference to the phrase "Just the facts, ma'am", which was made popular by the TV police procedural [[Wikipedia:Dragnet (drama)|Dragnet]], despite the fact the phrase was [http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/dragnet.htm never used on the show].

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