Grammar Rock
Number 2
Number of episodes: 9
Original airing: September 15, 1973 - 1993
Production Order
Multiplication Rock
America Rock

Grammar Rock is the second category of Schoolhouse Rock, that goes over the different parts of speech.

This segment introduces Jack Sheldon as a regular vocalist for the series and Lynn Ahrens as a vocalist and songwriter for the series. Conjunction Junction was Sheldon's debut on Schoolhouse Rock and A Noun is a Person, Place or Thing was Ahrens's debut.

Busy Prepositions (aka Busy P's), The Tale of Mr. Morton, & Dollars & Sense from the then new category, Money Rock, were produced for Schoolhouse Rock's return to ABC in 1993 with J.J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc. producing the animation.


  • Alphabet soup du jour with a side of: Grammar Rock!
  • To begin our show: "Unpack Your Adjectives"
  • And next: "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here"
  • You've been waiting for: "Conjunction Junction"
  • And now: "Interjections!"
  • "Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla"
  • What's happening next: "Verb: That's What's Happening"
  • "A Noun Is A Person, Place, Or Thing"
  • And now for those funny little words: "Busy Prepositions"
  • And finally: "The Tale Of Mr. Morton"
Episode Number Episode Title Subject Original Air Date
1 Unpack Your Adjectives Adjectives March 2, 1974
2 Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here Adverbs April 13, 1974
3 Conjunction Junction Conjunctions November 17, 1973
4 Interjections! Interjections February 23, 1974
5 Rufus Xavier Sarsaparilla Pronouns April 27, 1976
6 Verb: That's What's Happening Verbs September 22, 1973
7 A Noun is a Person, Place, or Thing Nouns September 15, 1973
8 Busy Prepositions Prepositions October 1993
9 The Tale of Mr. Morton Subject(s) & predicates December 1993

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