|Ruff Guyz / George Crum|
|Season 2, Episode 11|
|Written by||Kara Lee Burk, Careen Ingle, Greg Miller, John T. Reynolds, and Matt Smith|
|Directed by||Greg Miller|
|Sherman Exchange Program / Charles Dickens||I Knew That Was Gonna Happen / Sacagawea|
Ruff Guyz / George Crum is the twenty fourth episode of The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show.
Sherman digs through Mr. Peabody's old stuff and realizes that he was part of a band called "Ruff Guyz" and decides to do a reunion on the show; George Crum has invented potato chips, but keeps putting them off for other careers.
- Some sources claim George Crum didn’t invent the potato chip in 1853, and that accolade goes to William Kitchiner in 1817, in his cookbook, The Cook’s Oracle.
- In the US, Mary Randolph’s Virginia House-Wife (1824) and N.K.M. Lee’s Cook’s Own Book (1832) both cite Kitchiner.