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- On the Time Machine, they start playing "La Villa Strangiato" with a polka version of the song's second segment.
- The videos that introduced the two halves of the Time Machine shows. In the first video, Rush appear Gershon, Slobovich, and O'Malley, a Polish-Jewish sausage maker, a fat Eastern European "musical scientist", and an Irish cop. Actors make up the polka band Rash that plays at Gershon's Haus of Sausage. They're a younger Rush that only get it right through the use of Slobovich's 'Gefilter' which changes them from polka to disco to country to prog rock. The second video (which begins at about 50 seconds in and ends at four minutes and 12 seconds in) is even better. Rush appear in their 1980 incarnation, attempting to film a video for Tom Sawyer. Geddy appears as Cecil, a snooty British filmmaker, Alex as Ray Danniels, Rush's former manager who is also fat like Slobovich and possesses an implacable (vaguely Russian) accent. One of the barmaids that is moving pitchers pushes the time machine button on the Gefilter (but only after Danniels does it first), transporting Rush through time as they try to film the video. Behold, baby Rush, little kid Rush, caveman Rush, wizard Rush, current-day-but-the-instruments-are-all-mixed-up Rush, and possibly the best, chimpanzee Rush.
- The History of Rash, the videos that opened the two sets of the Time Machine tour, were given blooper reels when the Live in Cleveland blu-ray was released. The Running Gag of Geddy/Gershon being unable to keep his monocle on while filming the Haus of Sausage segment gets pretty funny- especially since it seems to happen most often when they proclaim Slobovich/Alex to be a "musical genius".
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