Information on the location
The Mississippi River is one of the world’s major river systems in size, habitat diversity, and biological productivity. It is the third longest river in North America, flowing 2,350 miles from its source at Lake Itasca through the center of the continental United States to the Gulf of Mexico.
The Mississippi River was where Lewis and Clark departed from during their expedition in May 1804, making their way westward through the continental divide to the Pacific coast.
Appearance in the rap battle
This is the location where Lewis and Clark rapped. Sacagawea can also be seen holding a large fish here during Bill & Ted's first verse, alongside Lewis and Clark. The setting switched between Lewis and Clark rapping in a forest to briefly rapping in a canoe on the Mississippi River during their second verse. Sacagawea can be seen canoeing with them. She is also seen attacking an American black bear behind Lewis and Clark during the end of their second verse.
- This is the second river to be used as a background, after the Delaware River.