11/2/1992

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
50770 531-01 SEASON FIVE OPENING 0:38 MISCELLANEOUS
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12100 531-02 TONY AND THE TOGAS 6:25 SONG
A Phoenician singer finds himself recording a song in Rome and learns about Roman numerals in the process.
40031 531-03 DIRK NIBLICK: THE INQUISITION (PART I) 3:58 ANIMATION
The police must locate a bank robber with information gleaned from an interview with the key witness, Beasley. Combinatorics eliminate some possible license numbers, but is there other relevant info?
30420 531-04 BIG NUMBERS - MILLION 0:23 ANIMATION
This segment shows the numeral for one million and tells the viewer that it takes a clock about eleven and a half days to tick off one million seconds.
40032 531-05 DIRK NIBLICK: THE INQUISITION (PART II) 3:43 PART
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31000 531-06 PERSON ON THE STREET: TIME 1:01 LIVE ACTION FILM
People on the street are asked: It takes about 11 1/2 days for a clock to tick off one million seconds. How long does it take to tick off one billion seconds? One trillion?
50660 531-07 PAULINE #1 2:49 ANIMATION
Video character Pauline gets 2 chances to find a path to the top of a pyramid of numbered blocks. Each number she lands on (positive or negative) adds to her score, which must stay between 25 and -25.
50231 531-08 MATHNET-CASE OF THE SMART DUMMY-1 8:52 MATHNET
A dummy, Charlie, reports to Mathnetters that his ventriloquist, Edgar, went into shock when he discovered the second dummy was missing. They use trial & error to open a locked case & find money!
50780 531-09 LONG CLOSE 0:56 MISCELLANEOUS
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Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:45

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