4/16/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 159-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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14561 159-02 (DUELIST) LEAD IN 0:06 BUMPER
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14560 159-03 DUELISTS, THE 5:54 STUDIO
Using a grid of the area, two knights try to figure out all the possible meeting points half-way between their two castles in order to avoid having to go out and fight the duel.
15990 159-04 PHONER: CONSECUTIVE ODD NUMBERS 2:04 STUDIO
Arthur has a one-sided conversation in which he discovers that if he begins with one, the sum of consecutive odd numbers will always equal a square number.
15310 159-05 SHAPE UP 2:10 SONG
Punning on geometric terms, this music video illustrates geometric shapes in this song about betrayed love.
17540 159-06 (BUT WHO'S COUNTING T.S.) LOGO 0:07 BUMPER
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12113 159-07 BUT WHO'S COUNTING: 3 6:52 GAME SHOW
Contestants arrange 6 randomly chosen digits to create a 3 digit plus 3 digit addition problem. The largest sum wins. Contestants must apply some knowledge of place value and probability to play.
16230 159-08 POP UP BOOK 1:35 ANIMATION
As a result of some computer graphics wizardry, a 3-dimensional tourist discovers that he is touring a 2-dimensional city in a pop-up book.
11054 159-09 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE DIRTY MONEY-4 7:56 MATHNET
The Mathnetters do an analysis of the soil from the Abandoned Gravel Pits and that of Mailbag's back yard. They also determine that the footprints at the Pits and in Mailbag's garden are the same.
Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:30

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