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My name is Agent Olive. This is my partner, Agent Otto.
This is my lucky pencil.
But back to Otto and me.
We work for an organisation run by kids that investigates
anything strange, weird and especially odd.
Our job is to put things right again.
Come on, come on!
Who do we work for?
We work for Odd Squad!
Ooh, welcome to the Annual Gadget Repair and/or Tune Up Day.
I'm so excited! I made a sign and everything.
What is this exactly?
-Do you want the long version or the short version?
-You give me your broken stuff and I fix it.
Here's my shrink-onator, my grow-back-onator,
freeze-ray-onator, and de-zap-onator.
I drop things a lot.
Olive! Otto! Something very odd has happened.
Hand me your remote, Oscar.
Eh, sure, just put your name on the sign-out sheet...
-You know what? Forget it. Here you go.
It happened at Mr Hoogenstorf's 60th birthday party.
Here it comes.
Someone stole some of my candles. I had a wish ready and everything!
-Mr H is very upset.
-Sure, he's 60.
Hey, what's that weird mark on the trash can?
-It can't be.
-What is it, Ms O?
I've seen that mark before, back when I was an agent.
You're off the case and I'm on it.
So, you're going to catch the bad guy ALONE?
Not alone. It's time I paid a visit to my old partner, O'Donahue.
Dun, dun, dun!
What do you want, Oprah?
O'Donahue, I need your help.
You know I hung up my badge for this fishing pole 30 years ago.
Will this change your mind?
He's back. Struck a b-day party this morning.
Mr Hoogenstorf started with 60 candles
and ended up with just eight.
I'm not saying I'm interested, but if I was,
how many candles is that exactly?
I've broken them into groups of ten.
Five groups are gone so that's 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 candles.
Plus two from the last group, which means he stole 52.
Do you even know where he is? Or what he looks like? Is he even a he?
Then we're no better off than we were all those years ago, Oprah.
This villain is the reason I quit the squad.
I can't go back down that road again.
I can't catch him without you. Will you put your suit on one last time?
I never took it off.
Go for Oprah...and O'Donahue.
-'Ms O, the villain struck again at the town bakery.'
And tell Otto to get out of my chair!
Wait, how did she know I'm in her chair?
So, did you catch anything in the last 30 years?
Not a thing.
-I see you're still on the juice.
I can quit whenever I want.
There was this big whoosh of smoke
and then a bunch of my pies were gone.
Let me show you.
See, he left these ten pies on this side but look over here.
There used to be WAY more than ten on this side.
Look at all the empty doilies.
There used to be pies here and I need them back.
Well, I guess we'd better start counting. One, two, three...
Hang on, partner, there's a quicker way to do this.
The pies in the empty doilies are all in rows of five. See?
One, two, three, four, five.
So, we can just count the empty doilies by groups of five
to see how many are missing.
Plus one, two up here. That equals 22 stolen pies.
First, the villain took 52 candles and now he takes 22 pies.
Both numbers end in two! Just like his two dashes.
But who would take stuff with the number two?
KNOCK AT THE DOOR
No answer. Where could Tommy Two-sie be?
How about right there?
Ugh! Which way did he go?
What's he saying?
He said he wishes he could talk but he made a career choice
and he's sticking to it.
-We know you stole the 52 candles and the 22 pies.
-No, I didn't, I swear!
-Then why did you run?
I'm playing in the town-wide game of tag. I thought you were It.
Keep an eye on Two-sie, while I take this.
Go for Oprah.
Ms O, we've got another problem.
Let me guess, Otto got himself stuck under the juice bar?
How does she do that?
It's not that. The villain struck again. In Oscar's lab.
That means it couldn't have been Tommy Two-sie.
See, I told you!
I had 100 fixed gadgets in one pile and one broken gadget in the other.
He stole 99 of my fixed gadgets.
Now I've only got one gadget in each pile.
Hang tight, Oscar. We're on it.
What's the scoop, Oprah?
First the guy's taking two of things and now he takes 99.
What's going on, O'D?
All I know is that I've got to go to the Math Room real bad.
Sounds like a plan.
Tag! You're It, Tommy!
Aw, come on!
MATH ROOM: Greetings, Ms O.
MATH ROOM GASPS O'Donahue, is that you?
-Great to see you again, Carole.
-How long has it been?
I have so much to tell you! Look at all the new tricks I learnt!
Not now, Carole. We're working the case.
-Show us that first crime scene again.
-Generating crime scene.
Maybe we're not seeing the whole picture. Enlarge image.
Looks like Mr Hoogenstorf wasn't the only one having a birthday.
-Carole, close-up on that kid's cake.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight candles.
That's the same number of candles that were left on Mr H's cake.
I have an idea. Carole, close-up on that symbol.
-Now turn it on its side.
It's an equals sign!
An equals sign means that two amounts are the same.
Like the eight candles on both cakes!
-Carole, show us the missing pies from the bakery.
The villain took away pies until there were ten on one side
-and ten on the other.
-The same with Oscar in the lab.
He stole 99 gadgets from one pile so there's just one left in both.
So, it was never about the number two.
It was all about taking unequal things and balancing them
-to make them equal.
-We just cracked the case.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! You just got here.
I didn't get to sing you my song!
Carole, we don't have time for a song.
Oprah, the day we don't have time for music,
is the day we don't have time for time.
-Sing it, Carole.
# Generating crime scene
# Generating time. #
That was a great song, Carole. Now we have to go.
If the villain can't stand when things aren't equal
then he's going to hate seeing 1,000 juice boxes
next to just one juice box.
This better work. That's one whole day's supply of JBs out there.
That's one day?
Maybe I could cut back. Here he comes.
Looks like you finally got one, O'Donahue.
Gotcha, you...you...you equaliser!
The name's Equal Evan and I'm sorry. I just wanted things to be equal.
You see, when I was a kid, my sister used to always take more than me.
-If we were...
-Save it for the judge!
Hold on a sec, O'Donahue.
I think we can put his services to better use.
Make sure those slices are of equal size.
-Trust me, that won't be a problem.
That was a really tricky case. Nice job, Oprah.
Couldn't have done it without you.
Well, I guess it's back to the old fishing hole for me.
-Go for Oprah.
-Big problem, Ms O.
Did Otto get himself stuck inside the painting?
Seriously? How does she know?
I'm afraid it's much worse than that, Ms O.
Someone stole all the shoes in town.
Whoa, this is not good.
-I can't fish without my shoes.
-What are you saying, O'Donahue?
Well, I guess I've got one more case in me.
Don't worry about a thing, Olive. Oprah and O'Donahue are on it.