2/5/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 109-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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17600 109-02 DISCLAIMER: ODD NUMBERS 0:08 BUMPER
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13930 109-03 PHONEYMOONERS: HOLE IN THE WALL 7:00 STUDIO
Alph and Throckmorton must estimate how many bricks they need to repair a hole in the wall caused by Alph's bowling ball. They draw a diagram to figure out the area of this irregular shape.
16920 109-04 NEWSROOM INTERRUPT:24(AREA IRREG.SHAPE 0:11 BUMPER
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15320 109-05 NAVIGATOR 3:47 LIVE ACTION FILM
A female navigator in the New York harbor talks about how she uses maps to chart her course.
15540 109-06 (BLACKSTONE) LEAD-IN & TAG 0:09 BUMPER
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15535 109-07 BLACKSTONE: HEADS OR TAILS 2:54 STUDIO
After a spectator has turned over pairs of coins from a pile of 10 dimes, Blackstone uses the principle of parity to correctly determine whether a covered coin is heads or tails.
13580 109-08 X...IT'S THE SIGN OF THE TIMES 3:33 SONG
The cast gives a Hispanic flavor to this song about the multiplication symbol.
15580 109-09 MATHMAN: ODD NUMBERS 1:12 ANIMATION
Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat only odd numbers.
10710 109-10 MATHNET-CASE OF THE MISSING BASEBALL-4 7:42 MATHNET
The Mathnetters determine the worth of stolen gold bars as they piece together a picture of the man who may have stolen the house. They also use a map to determine the range a helicopter could fly.
Sketch Count:10
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:22

Notes: Emphasis: Parity (mini)