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My name is Agent Olympia. This is my partner, Agent Otis.
This is my lunch after I ate it.
But back to Otis 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.
-Thanks for coming, Odd Squad.
-What seems to be the problem, ma'am?
A couple of things. First, my briefcase is enormous.
My car turned into a rainbow.
The only good thing is I finally found a wedding dress I love.
Except I'm not getting married to anyone.
Oh, I see what's happening - you're dreaming.
-Wait, this is all a dream?
-Yep. Thanks for including us in it.
If you want to fix this, all you have to do is wake up.
Oh, yeah. I will. Thanks, Odd Squad.
Wait, can I fly first?
Hey, it's your dream.
ROCKET SOUND EFFECT
Wait - if it's her dream, then why are we still here?
Oh, it's actually your dream.
ROCKET SOUND EFFECT
Wait, if it's his dream, then, why am I...
ROCKET SOUND EFFECT
OK, guys, so there's one large pizza.
Do you guys need anything else? Like a little...
Ooh, edible map. You can...
Ah... Ooh, googly glasses. These. Also a calculator.
No. Ah...I also have gum.
-Ooh, I'll take some gum.
You don't like gum?
Of course not. If you're going to chew something,
it should be something useful, like food.
I would not buy gum if it meant saving the world.
Sometimes, you remind me of an old upset man.
So, that is a large pizza and gum,
that comes to 10.05.
Here's a 10 bill. But I don't have five cents.
-That's OK, don't worry about it.
-No, no, no, I insist.
Wait, I saw some coins in the lab.
It seems like a weird way to store coins.
It's just Oscar and Oona being, well, Oscar and Oona.
That's 25 cents, and that's ten cents.
Here's a five-cent coin.
Thank you, Odd Squad.
Should we have asked before we borrowed money?
Pa! It's Oscar and Oona, they won't care if we take five cents.
You took five cents?
Yeah. We gave it to Delivery Debbie to buy pizza.
-That's OK. You didn't know!
-SHE LAUGHS HYSTERICALLY
Everyone makes mistakes!
Hey, calm down, we'll pay you back.
These are unlucky coins.
-Here, hold this.
I'm sorry but this is a little your fault, too.
Yeah, I mean, you just left these coins out in plain sight.
You could have at least had a cage with lasers.
-Like this one?
-That would have been helpful, yes.
You need to find that coin, and put it in here before it's too late.
You mean like, too late or mirrors will keep breaking?
Or a meteor will collapse into the Earth,
split our planet in half and cause us all to fly into outer space.
-Leaving now, yep.
There she is!
Oh, hey, you guys. I'm having the worst day.
I crashed my bike, and then I fell down a chimney,
and then I lost my shoe,
and then a falcon swooped down and stole my pizza,
which doesn't even make sense, because it is not falcon season.
-This is our fault.
We accidentally gave you an unlucky five-cent coin.
Wait, why isn't anything unlucky happening to you right now?
Hold that, please, Debbie.
-It didn't break.
-Is it possible you gave the coin to someone else?
-Sure, I've been giving customers change all day.
-We'll never find it now.
No, we can, because I keep a list of all the people that
I gave change to in my pocket.
My pocket fell off, it's over there.
I gave a bunch of people 25 cents change.
They can't have a five-cent coin because they have a 25-cent coin.
Not necessarily. Pass me my other pocket.
See, you can combine different coins to make different totals.
So, you need five five-cent coins to make 25 cents,
or two ten-cent coins and a five-cent coin to make 25 cents.
So, any of your customers could have it.
We should split up.
Debbie, we'll find a way to make this up to you, I promise.
-A song would be nice.
A jazz fusion song.
Can we put it in the montage of us searching for the unlucky coin?
JAZZ FUSION MUSIC PLAYS
No five-cent coin.
No five-cent coin.
Not a five-cent coin.
Debbie said the last time she gave change
was to some junior girl troopers.
I think we found it.
There's the troop leader.
Odd Squad, something odd is happening.
Usually, my girls are safe and careful,
but it has just been disaster after disaster.
We think your troop has come in contact with an unlucky coin.
It escaped from our lab this morning.
-You accidentally gave it away, didn't you?
-How did you...
Reading Between The Lines badge.
-If we could just search the area?
-By all means.
I'll be over here helping the girls earn their gum-chewing badge.
I'm kind of the expert.
-I can't. It's so wet and rubbery.
Not the gum, the mirror! It isn't breaking!
-So, the coin can't be here any more.
-TROOP LEADER GASPS
Oh, my kerchief! Troop Leader Betsy must have it.
We sold cookies today, and Betsy was taking all that money to the bank.
If it goes to the bank, it will get mixed in with tonnes of other coins!
-We'll never get it back!
-Do you know which bank?
No, but I have an idea.
Molly just got her tracking badge.
This is Troop Leader Betsy's vest. Get the scent, girl.
-Got the scent, girl? You got it?
Well? Follow her!
OK, girls, make a shelter.
She's close. There!
Oh, Molly, Odd Squad, I have had the worst day! I got chased by a falcon!
It's not even falcon season!
Ma'am, this is going to sound strange,
but we need to search your change purse.
25-cent coin, ten-cent coin, no five-cent coin!
Did you buy anything on the way to the bank?
Oh, just some pretzels from that vending machine over there.
Uh, I have a feeling the coin is inside.
-Is it because of the lightning and the scary noises?
-Yeah, that was it.
I refuse to be beaten!
I eat bad luck for breakfast.
-It won't open!
-Buy a snack!
Good idea, something healthy to give us energy.
No, I mean something that will give you a five-cent coin as change.
I have three 25 cent coins so that's 25, 50, 75 cents.
And you have one more, so that's 1.
The falcons are coming! I'll hold them back. Shields up.
If I want change, I need to buy something that costs less than 1
so the machine has to give me money back.
A granola bar is 70 cents.
25 cents, 50 cents,
75 cents, 1.
30 cents change.
Aargh! Three ten-cent coins.
You need to buy something that will give you back
a five-cent coin in change.
I realise that now!
OK, I have three ten-cent coins,
so that's 10, 20, 30 cents.
If I want the machine to give me five cents back,
I need to buy something that costs five cents less than 30 cents.
29, 28, 27, 26, 25 cents.
25 cents. What costs 25 cents?
Not the gum!
The bad luck is getting worse. Hurry, Otis, or the world will end!
But gum goes against everything I stand for.
10 cents, 20 cents, 30 cents.
The five-cent coin.
The falcons are gone. Nice job, partner. Partner?
I never knew about the blowing bubbles part. Now I get it.
We have to get this back to headquarters
before anything else happens.
Which way is it?
I smell the way. Follow me.