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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.
Who do we work for?
We work for Odd Squad.
Olive, it's Christmas Eve,
stop and smell the candy canes, would you?
Can't stop, important business.
What's more important than Christmas?!
We shouldn't even be at the Odd Squad today,
we should be at home, hanging our stockings with care,
-waiting for S...
Ho-ho-ho! Hello! Ho-ho-ho.
Wait, what are you doing here?
Oh, well, my elves, of course, can build just about any toy,
but occasionally I get a rather odd request.
-So, he comes here for help.
Hey, guys, spaghetti bike coming through.
-Check out the meatball horn!
I don't know whether to ride it or, erm, eat it.
How do you even fit that in your bag?
Oh, easy, with this shrinkinator, that Oscar gave me.
Now, grab a bag, partner.
Someone's gotta help Santa bring all of this stuff to the North Pole.
-I love my job!
Save some of this for lunch!
Hey, Big Red, glad I caught you.
I'm working late. So, you can just drop my Christmas present here.
Oh, erm, about that, oh, there's erm...
teensy-weensy little problem.
Talk to me, Kringle.
you're on my naughty list.
What?! But how was I naughty?
Well, you sometimes raise your voice.
-When have I ever raised my voice?!
Sorry to interrupt, I couldn't help overhear Ms O raising her voice.
Santa, check your paperwork.
You see that symbol there, that's a greater-than symbol.
Now the number of naughty things you've done, 60,
is actually greater than the number of nice things you've done, 53.
-And that's why...
-Don't say it!
..you're not getting any presents.
He said it.
But, hold on, it's only Christmas Eve,
what if Ms O did a few more nice things to turn that symbol round?
Oh, certainly! If you can make that number greater than that number,
well, then I'd gladly deliver your presents.
You coming, Santa?
Oh, be right with you!
Got to run! Toodles.
Oscar! What are you waiting for? Help me be nice!
I mean, please and thank you.
O'Shea, send us to the North Pole.
Preparing to squishinate.
-I love this part!
Oh, welcome to my workshop!
Well, the barn part anyway, ha-ha-ha!
Whoa! It's a reindeer.
-Need help, Santa?
Oh, you're an elf!
You can call me Lloyd.
Lloyd the elf.
Or just Lloyd.
Oh, erm, Lloyd, would you kindly
take this shrinkinator into my office, please?
Oh, oh, ooh.
Oh, good thing that didn't go off.
Oh, I spoke too soon, didn't I?
It's OK. We can regrow them.
If we can catch them!
THEY ALL SHOUT
Without my reindeer, I can't deliver my presents and, erm,
well, without my presents, erm...
BOTH: Don't even say it!
..Christmas will be ruined.
BOTH: He said it.
My reindeer, they fly so quickly that...
well, they could be anywhere in the world by now.
Well, you're in luck. We have Odd Squad agents all over the world.
Well, except in Moldova. Nothing really odd happens there.
I've been there, she's right.
Happy holidays, Mr Jackalope.
Nice? Nice? What's nice? Aah!
I want to say that you're getting colder.
Well, I've got to do something to flip that symbol from this to this.
Or this to this.
I can't think straight any more!
It depends on which number is where.
I like to think of it as an alligator mouth,
the alligator is always eating the bigger number.
-HE MAKES EATING SOUNDS
Don't ever do that again!
-I need a juice.
Ms O would like to share a juice box with you.
But...I don't have any left.
CAR HORN BEEPS
See! That wasn't so hard.
..the number of nice things went from 53 to 54.
Ms O, erm, can I have a juice?
No-o-o, erm, yes! Make sure you get me one too.
Santa, we made some calls.
Good news, there have been a lot of reindeer sightings.
-..Otto ate your candy-cane phone.
Your reindeer are travelling in groups of two.
-Dasher and Dancer, Prancer and Vixen...
He flies alone.
With the wind through his antlers, not a care in the world.
Yeah, I'm back.
If we study where they've been,
we can figure out where they're going next and catch them.
Santa, you have a world map?
Does Mrs Claus love boughs of Holly?
The answer is yes, yes. Oh, erm, Lloyd.
There we are.
-That should do it.
-Now, let's put a grid on it.
Why do you need all those lines?
All those lines make a grid,
it would take us forever to find where in the world the reindeer are,
because it's such a big place.
But with the grid we can locate the very spot where they were last seen.
First place Dasher and Dancer were spotted was at coordinate 5H.
So, I go across to the number five on the bottom
and I follow the five line up.
My other finger traces from the letter H on the side,
and where they meet is coordinate 5H.
I like to make a ding noise when I find a coordinate.
-Good work, partner!
-Next coordinate, 5F.
Thanks for asking to taste some of my home-made Christmas cake.
It means so much to me.
..wait to try it.
Really good, Agent O'Shea(!)
The trick is, I use six different kinds of worms.
SHE DROPS SPOON
Get me a bucket!
Very nice, Ms O!
-How'd you know?
Were you not at the Great Worm War?
I was there.
That's the last coordinate Dasher and Dancer were spotted at.
Do you guys see what I see?
They started here, and then they went here, here and here.
-They're flying in a square pattern.
Yeah, but those three dots don't from a square.
Well, if they're flying in a square pattern,
then there's going to be one more dot to make the square.
Which means the next coordinate they're flying to...11H.
Olive, je suis desole. I do not see le Dasher or le Dancer.
OLIVE SPEAKS FRENCH
She's speaking French.
Attends une seconde!
OLIVE SPEAKS FRENCH
I have them, two petite reindeer.
Please use your regrowinator and send them back through the tubes.
-We did it!
Hold on a sec now, we still have seven more reindeer to find.
Let's not crack open the eggnog just yet.
So, put this back in the fridge?
To be continued.