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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 324-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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12150 324-02 No XNEIGHBORHOOD SUPERSPY 3:50 SONG
A super spy sings about creating a code that assigns a number to each letter of the alphabet. According to this code, a sequence of numbers would read as a word.
15291 324-03 No X; one second longerPOS 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.
30620 324-04 WHAT'S MY NUMBER?: 30 2:42 GAME SHOW
Contestants try to find the secret number from a group of 25 by eliminating subsets which do not contain that number.
15294 324-05 POS VS. NEG JOUSTS: PARATROOPERS +5 PLUS -3 0:26 ANIMATION
When five "positive" clay-mation creatures parachute onto three "negative" creatures, two "positive" creatures remain.
30820 324-06 BEAZLEY & THE NUMBERS: 256 1:44 ANIMATION
Beazley is shown a list of eight numbers. He asks 3 questions, each reducing the list by half, to find the secret number.
15293 324-07 No XPOS VS. NEG JOUSTS: TAKING A BREAK -12 PLUS +1 0:24 ANIMATION
When one "positive" clay-mation creature suddenly appears amongst 12 "negative" clay-mation creatures, 11 "negative" creatures remain.
30034 324-08 MATHNET-STRATEGIC WEATHER INITIATIVE-4 17:16 MATHNET
Inventor shows that his plane has never been launched. Mathnetters return to truck for more clues and use odometer readings to narrow their search. They check warehouses but find nothing.
31240 324-09 LONG CLOSE 0:44 BUMPER
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Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:23

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