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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...
I can't believe I was so busy I missed the Soundcheck
concert at the mall. I mean, I got to get less busy.
Ugh, how can you like those guys?!
What's not to like about them?!
I'll make you a list when we get back to the office.
What seems to be the problem, ma'am?
-Oh, please, call me Nicole.
What seems to be the problem, Nicole?
I was just about to drive my car when I realised...
I have sandwich hands.
Did you build sandwiches on your own hands?
This is some seriously odd stuff happening here, uh, what?
How did you do that?
All in a day's work. Have yourself a great day.
Uh, uh, wait!
My hands are invisible.
Nicole, what's going on here?
Oh, OK, my hands aren't invisible.
It's just all my friends have had odd problems and they have
all these really great stories about you guys, and I just thought
if I had an odd problem...
Nicole, you can hang out with us any time.
Come by the Squad and we'll give you a free tour.
You guys are the best.
Would you sign my bowling ball?
-Or we could just take a picture with you instead.
Yes, that's a way better idea.
Hey, free bowling ball!
-My real name is Jennifer.
Hey, Agent Owen. What's going on?
Let's not make this any harder than it has to be.
-Make what harder?
-Suit yourself. Let's take her away.
Whoa, whoa! We don't even know what's happening!
Olive has been accused of causing oddness.
-That's not true! That must be a mistake!
Ms O, I'm so glad you're here. I don't know...
Olive, let's not make this any harder than it has to be.
Word on the street is you shrunk the town museum and stole it.
-If this is true, you'll be kicked off Odd Squad.
-But it's not true.
And I believe you, which is why I've asked for a trial.
What a relief.
What's a trial?
You come to Odd Squad Court to try and prove you didn't do it.
Where's Odd Squad Court?
It's in a beautiful building in the centre of town,
but we need to save money so we're doing it here. Come.
TENSE COURT MUSIC
I can't believe this.
Don't worry, I hear the judge is fair and kind and really amazing.
-Who is it?
But the person who accused you of causing oddness, not so nice.
BOTH: Odd Todd.
Good luck in court today - you'll need it.
Odd Todd's probably the one who stole the museum.
He's just trying to get back at me for kicking him off the squad.
Don't worry, partner, I'll prove you didn't do it.
Heary, heary, a trial of Agent Olive is set to begin.
A jury of Odd Squad agents shall decide
if she committed the crime or not.
-I believe the younger you are, the fairer you are.
Odd Todd, you may begin.
Thank you, your honour.
This is the Agent of the Month award -
it's given to the agent who solves the most cases.
This month there was a tie between Agent Olive and Agent Orson.
But Olive couldn't stand to lose, so she stole the town museum
so she could get one more case to win that trophy
and also because Olive does not like babies!
That's not true!
More proof that Olive did it.
The town museum was stolen some time between the hours of
one o'clock and two o'clock in the afternoon.
This is one o'clock.
You can tell because the small hour hand is on the one and the
big minute hand is on the 12.
And this is two o'clock -
small hand on the two, big hand on the 12.
One o'clock to two o'clock,
exactly when Olive was on her lunch break and stole the town museum!
-THAT'S NOT TRUE! I wasn't anywhere near the museum, I was...
We have to prove to them that you were somewhere else over
those 60 minutes, but how do we do that?
TENSE COURT MUSIC PLAYS
Your honour, I'd like to call upon our first witness,
Please explain the enormous stick you are holding.
Uh, this is a javelin.
It's a track and field sport where you throw
a long pointy spear for distance.
Coach Roberts, did you see Olive today?
Uh, yes, we had javelin practice during her lunch hour.
That means Olive couldn't have stolen the museum because she
was so busy throwing this weird stick across the field.
Not so fast!
please tell us when your javelin practice started and ended.
Olive arrived at one o'clock and practice ended at 1:30 -
I remember because I left to go see the surprise Soundcheck concert.
You got to see that too?!
Oh, yes! They played all their hits.
# Take away one, take away one
# Take away one. #
Can we get back on track here?!
So, you said practice ended at 1:30.
This is one o' lock and this is 1:30.
1:00 to 1:30 is 30 minutes, but that's only half an hour,
so Olive still had 30 minutes to steal the town museum!
I'm innocent, I tell ya!
Hey, Olive, hey, Otto.
Uh, hi, Octavia. What are you doing here?
Oh, I just came to get a pencil from my desk. Where's my desk?
Oh, you guys are having a trial?
Who's on trial?
Olive, for causing oddness.
(How's it going?)
(We're sort of in the middle of it, so, um...)
Oh, cool, I'll just, uh, skip the pencil.
-Where were we?
I'm innocent, I tell ya!
Babies of the jury, Olive would never cause oddness.
I should know, I'm her partner.
-I've got to say, Otto makes a good point.
Nobody knows Olive like her partner...
which is why I would like to call up Olive's first partner to the stand!
-But that's you.
Todd, thank you for coming on such short notice.
VAUDEVILLE MUSIC PLAYS
No sweat. From what I've seen so far, you're doing a great job.
Thanks, Todd, that means a lot coming from you.
Your honour, I object.
This entire thing is bananas.
but this is Odd Squad court and I'm wearing a weird wig,
so I'll allow it.
Now, Todd, how long would you say you and Olive were partners?
I'd have to say too long.
Thanks, it just sort of came to me.
I've been taking these improv classes
and I really think it's paying off.
Now, did Olive ever talk to you about her hopes and dreams?
Yes, Olive told me that she'd like to run her own Odd Squad one day,
just like Ms O.
I suspect you'd have to solve a whole lot of cases to become
a Ms O, now, wouldn't you?
I would say a huge amount of cases.
So many cases that maybe, just maybe,
Olive was willing to shrink the town museum and solve the case herself.
Sounds like a slam dunk to me.
We should hang out more.
Olive, we have to prove to them that you were somewhere else
from 1:30 to two o'clock.
TENSE COURT MUSIC PLAYS
Your honour, I'd like to call upon our next witness,
Olive came to my lemonade stand at 1:30 and she ordered
-a cup of lemonade.
So that means Olive was busy with Polly -
she couldn't have stolen the museum.
Case closed again.
Case back open!
Polly, I'd like you to make me a glass of lemonade.
But I don't have any of my stuff.
Whenever you're ready.
I timed how long it took for you to make that lemonade.
It took you 15 minutes exactly.
Takes you 15 minutes to make a glass of lemonade?
You can't rush quality.
If Olive came to your stand at 1:30 and it takes
you 15 minutes to make lemonade,
that would be 5, 10, 15 minutes.
1:45, which still gives Olive 15 minutes to steal the museum
and to write a book about how much she doesn't like babies!
What's this thing about babies? I love babies.
This isn't looking good, Olive.
Tastes like victory.
To be continued.