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My name is Agent Olive and 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.
Who do we work for? We work for...
Ooh, vere are they?
ODD Squad, I know I used to be a really bad guy,
like the time I turned the whole town different temperatures
and then I ran away and you trapped me in the ice.
Uh, we know, we were there.
Yeah, you were!
But you must help.
Odd things are happening to me.
What seems to be the problem?
Every time I say snowball...
And that happens every time you say snow?
No, it happens every time I say snowball.
Where are they coming from?
Just don't say snowball then.
Weird! It even happens when we say snowball.
Please don't say snowball!
OK, OK, OK, OK!
We have a gadget to fix it.
Set it for rainball.
That one was on purpose, wasn't it?
-A little bit.
-We couldn't resist.
Steady hands, partner. Cross the red one over and through the blue.
-I'm not going to make it.
-You can do this.
Three seconds! Two seconds!
Nice. You beat your old record.
Looks like someone's making a mess of the ballroom again.
Whoa! What's happening?
I have no idea.
There you two are. Something very odd is happening and, yes,
it has something to do with these balls.
Come with me.
Agent Owen, give them the goods.
Olive, Otto, you'll never believe who sent us a video message.
Hello, Olive. Hello, Otto.
Hello, Ms O. Odd Todd here.
I came to visit you today but you weren't in.
Luckily, I've made three new friends in the ballpit control room.
They really get me.
Anywho, have a good day.
-I don't get it.
-Without those three balls in the control room,
the ballroom will keep overflowing until headquarters is flooded.
How do we fix it?
We don't. It's happened before, in 1984.
I was Ms O for just one year.
We have to abandon headquarters.
Oprah, don't give up. If we work together, we can save the Squad.
Don't leave me hanging, Oprah.
It's too late, O'Donahue.
We'll just have to build another headquarters somewhere else.
Ugh, it was the worst day of my life.
Now it looks like we'll lose this headquarters too.
Agent Owen, give the order for everyone to leave in a calm and...
Everyone, get out of here, now!
Ms O, we can't just let Odd Todd destroy headquarters.
Please, just give us six chances to fix this.
Yes, I just wanted to start off high.
You guys are getting one chance. Follow me.
The entire ballroom is controlled by these three scales right here.
If they're all imbalanced, the ballroom overflows.
I admit, it's not the most smartly designed system.
But wait, Ms O.
I thought scales were used to measure how heavy something is.
These type of scales are called pan balances.
They compare the weights of two objects.
They move up and down, comparing how much weight there is on each side.
The sides used to be even, or balanced,
then Odd Todd stole balls from each side of every scale.
Now it's not balanced. The heavy side is down, the light side is up.
So we just have to balance these scales and balls will stop
overflowing into headquarters?
All I know is the green ball weighs twice as much as the yellow ball
and the blue ball weighs twice as much as the green ball.
I also know you don't have much time. Look.
I'm heading back out there to see if anyone was left behind.
We won't let you down, Ms O.
At least we hope we won't let you down.
-We'll-we'll be fine, right?
I'm going to need a bigger juice box.
let's take this one scale at a time.
This side with the yellow ball is all the way down because
there's nothing on the other side to balance it.
We need to add weight to the empty side to balance it.
I'm on it.
It moved! That's good, right?
It is, but the ball side is still lower, which means it's heavier.
We need to add more weight to this other side.
It's balanced, which means the weight is equal on both sides.
One down, two to go.
We're going to need more stuff.
Not to worry. I haven't cleared my locker in six years.
You've been working here for less than a year.
I mean I've got at least six years' worth of junk in there.
Is anyone out here?
-Hang tight, Agent Owen.
First on the raft are women and children.
But I don't see any women around and we're all children here.
I saw Olaf in the bullpen, said he had to save his potato?
Let's get you out first, then I'll double back and pick him up.
-Can I blow the whistle?
-Not a chance.
Had to ask.
OK, so the yellow ball was as heavy as our shoes,
a spool of thread, a paintbrush and a spoon
and the green ball's twice as heavy as that.
I've got a book...
and a rock.
Hm, still too light.
I also have this brick.
Well, the ball went up but it went up way too much.
Hm, that means that the book, rock and brick are heavier than the ball.
Let's keep trying.
Olaf, where are you?
Olaf, it's too dangerous. You have to turn back, man.
I know this is hard for you to understand,
but I have another potato for you.
STIRRING STRING MUSIC PLAYS
GENTLE PIANO MUSIC PLAYS
# Potato, potato
# Potato joy
# Potato, potato
# Potato boy. #
We've tried every possible combination of these things -
nothing balances the scale.
All right, I just got Olaf out.
Headquarters is now officially clear. Time to go, agents.
-But Ms O, we're so close.
-Close isn't good enough.
Time to pull out the anchor.
-The juice box!
-It was the heaviest thing I could find.
Let's try weighing it.
Both sides on the scales equal!
Why are you dancing?!
We still have one more scale and not enough time to figure out how
much it weighs.
We do know how much it weighs.
You said the blue ball weighs twice as much as the green ball, right?
-So, if the green ball weighs as much as one giant juice box,
twice as much is two juice boxes.
So, with two giant juice boxes, we can balance the scale with the
blue ball and save the squad.
There are buried juice boxes in the lab.
Hop on board, agents.
NAVAL MUSIC PLAYS
I'm going in.
-Ms O, no, no, no!
-What do you mean, you're going in? No!
Where are you?!
Let's go balance that scale.
-Where are you guys?
-We're under the balls.
You're taller than us. We can't see you, but we believe in you.
I can't see, but I believe you!
-We did it, we did it!
-Beautiful, isn't it?
-It sure is.
Nice work, Ms O.
And now you've only lost one headquarters instead of two.
Oh, I've lost way more than one.
There was the one in 1985, 1986 and one in '87.
I could keep going, but it's lunchtime.