10/27/1988

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
20810 229-01 CLOSE CALL #8 8:14 GAME SHOW
Students compete against each other trying to get the closest estimate to: Puzzle Pieces, Elephant with a Tutu, Candies on the Close Call Sign, and % of Audience with Baseball Caps.
20140 229-02 MATHMAN: HEXAGONS 1:25 ANIMATION
Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat all polygons which are hexagons.
21120 229-03 DIRK NIBLICK: TO HECK AND BACK PT.1 5:31 ANIMATION
Dirk comes to the rescue of his neighbor, Mr. Beazley, who is accused of having robbed a bank in the town of Heck. Dirk proves Beazley's innocence based on distance, rate and time.
16170 229-04 Two seconds shorterFIVE-NINETEEN BLUES 1:20 LIVE ACTION FILM
This song shows that you can round off a lot of numbers but not the time the train leaves.
21121 229-05 DIRK NIBLICK: TO HECK AND BACK PT.2 2:20 PART
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20003 229-06 MATHNET-CASE OF THE MAP WITH A GAP-4 8:08 MATHNET
The Mathnetters and Bronco search for information which will help them decode their newly found map. After such trial and error, they realize that a mirror is the solution to deciphering the map.
Sketch Count:6
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 26:58

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