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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 150-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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13821 150-02 I LOVE LUPY: LICORICE - 1 4:21 STUDIO
In order to keep her job at the Licorice Factory, Lupy must divide a 24" strand into 5" and 7" ones with minimal waste. A 5" strand gives her 19" left over, and a 7" leaves her with 17" of waste.
15291 150-03 POS VS. NEG JOUSTS: STRAIGHT AHEAD -7 PLUS +5 0:31 ANIMATION
When seven 'negative' clay-mation creatures attack five 'positive' clay creatures, two 'negative' creatures remain.
13822 150-04 I LOVE LUPY: LICORICE - 2 4:39 PART
Lupy makes several more unsuccessful attempts to efficiently divide the licorice and must conceal the waste from Mr. Dinkstein. Finally, she divides the 24" strand into 2 5-inchers and 2 7-inchers.
14770 150-05 SUGAR RAY SKETCH 4:32 STUDIO
Battling for the Doggy Weight Championship, Sugar Ray Leonard figures out the weight of a dog by picking up the dog, weighing their total, and then subtracting his weight.
16990 150-06 THINK ABOUT THE PROBLEM 2:56 SONG
This song offers advice to a boy who is confused about which bike to buy. The music video stresses stepping back from a problem and looking at it from another angle.
11015 150-07 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE PASSING PARADE-5 9:01 MATHNET
The Mathnetters successfully solve the problem and rescue Steve Stringbean.
Sketch Count:7
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 26:46

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