The Odd Squad investigates strange events. The agents discover things are very different at Odd Squad at night.
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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 organization run by kids,
that investigates anything strange...
and especially odd.
Our job is to put things right again.
I'm coming, Ms O!
Who do we work for?
We work for Odd Squad.
We're here in North America.
In a dense forest tracking the white-tailed deer.
It's us, the Kratt brothers!
We totally know who you are.
Love your work.
We heard you had an odd problem?
I have lightening hands.
And I have thunder feet.
-Kind of scares the animals away.
Not to worry, we got this.
Try now, gentlemen.
-Happy to help.
-Have a great day. Bye.
Notice the two Odd Squad agents searching for their tube entrance.
These tubes are hidden all over the world.
And when they step inside, there is an awesome whooshing sound.
Here it comes.
-Did you hear that?
Hey, the deer!
Agents, everyone's gone home.
Why are you still here?
We're tracking the skunk bat that's been striking all over town.
And we're so close to catching this thing, we can smell it.
Smells really bad, by the way.
It's going to strike again tonight.
Then, hand it over to the night shift.
They take over cases at night.
-When did we get a night shift?
When all the villains found out we didn't have a night shift,
and started causing oddness at night.
What if we worked with the night shift?
You wouldn't like the night shift. They have a...
a different way of working.
Are you kidding? I love different ways of working.
I already have so many questions.
Do they eat lunch at night?
Do they call it night lunch, or maybe nunch?
Don't say I didn't warn you.
Maybe this is bad idea?
This is our case. Look at all the work we've done.
Besides, how different can they be?
That must be Mr O. Let's go say hi.
You must be Mr O.
We just want to talk.
-Who are you?
-I'm Olympia, and this is my partner, Otis.
We're from day shift.
Day shift is over guys. This is night shift.
Oh, uh, we know.
And Ms O told us you have a different way of working.
But we are totally on board with that.
I don't have anywhere to put you guys.
Oh, you don't need to put us anywhere.
Our desks are just right there.
Hey, sorry, but these desks belong to the two of us.
Not any more. You're on the night shift now, sunshine.
Cos you work when the sun's out.
Uh, where did our case files go?
Hey, guys, don't leave things lying around on night shift.
-We need those papers, so where did they go?
We burn them in the Volcano Room.
OK, Otis, I'll go get our paperwork,
and you find us a room to work in. OK?
Is the sun as bright as they say?
Excuse me, sorry, just getting my files.
Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.
If you want them, you have to arm wrestle me for them.
Uh, but they're mine.
Sorry, night shift rules.
Fine, let's do this.
Ugh, I need to think of a new rule.
Nice work finding this room.
Nice work getting our files.
Ah, man. Looks like someone ruined your map.
What? No. We just put a grid on it.
Got lines all over it.
This is a grid. It makes it easier to find the locations
hit by the skunk bat we're tracking.
This horizontal line has letters A to J.
This vertical line has numbers one to ten.
Those lines meet together at locations called coordinates.
The first place the skunk bat struck is here, at C2.
What are you doing?
Filling the pool.
What are you talking about?
We switch rooms around at night.
Keeps people on their toes.
Don't work in the pool, guys.
Paperwork gets all soggy.
Not a problem. We'll just take our files.
I'll find our files, you find another place for us to work.
My papers, again.
Not so fast.
If you want them back, you have to thumb wrestle them for me.
-You seriously want to do this?
No, I don't!
Otis, meet me in the Tube Lobby.
I think we should work outside.
My partner is on his way.
You're going to have to send us to the diner.
You'll have to take a number.
But there's no-one else here.
I don't make the rules.
Take a number, or take the stairs.
Of course, if you take the stairs, you'll need to take a number.
What? It's cool, I'll just take a number.
Now squishinating number 44.
You've got to be kidding me.
Otis, change of plans. We're working inside.
Last call, 44.
Now squishinating number 45.
See, we don't need our desks to solve this.
We can do this with a good old-fashioned floor.
So, all the places the skunk bat hit are plotted here on the map.
The first place it struck was here,
Then it went to D3.
Maybe the pattern is one square up, and one to the right.
I don't think so, because the next place it hit is G3.
It went way more right than it did up.
And after G3, it went to
And that's one, two, three squares to the right.
And one, two, three squares up.
And then it went to I4.
It went down, into the left of J6.
So, it was going up, and then to the right,
and then turned around, and went to the left?
What are you doing?
Moving the air, so it's fresher.
Why were you working on the floor?
Because there are people at our desks,
rooms are pools, and...
Hey, guys, don't stop her from doing her job.
She isn't stopping you from doing your job.
Yes, she is.
Everything on night shift has been stopping us from doing our job.
I can't imagine how you solve any cases at all.
You do solve cases, right?
Well, when I started, I had a whole bunch of ideas for solving cases,
but they didn't seem to work.
So, I came up with more ideas,
-and by the time I banned talking...
You don't talk to each other?
Not since we lost the talking ball.
BUZZING OF BUGS
Night shift people can't talk to other night shift people
unless you're holding it.
And the worst part is, it's her ball.
And I can't tell her I'm sorry.
Mr O, can I be honest?
We don't really do that here, but...
The difference between day shift and night shift
is that we talk to each other, and we work things out as a team.
We could really use your help solving this case.
So, what do you say Mr O?
Can we give each other piggy back rides?
OK, so we're just going to talk this out.
We know the skunk bat travels in a pattern.
But we can't figure out what the pattern is.
All these dots.
I can't tell where anything is.
Let's see pictures of where the skunk bat went.
Hm, never thought of that.
Great idea, Mr O.
First, it went here.
They're all yellow.
That's the pattern.
I can't believe we missed that.
Now, we just need to find other yellow buildings around town.
There's only one left.
Well, what are we waiting for?
-539, right here.
Now squishinating 539.
Now squishinating 540.
Get ready, the skunk bat will be here any minute.
Oh, I forgot to ask. What does it look like?
Half skunk, half bat?
Oh, no. It's a bat, like in baseball.
Is it black and white like a skunk?
-Is it furry?
Only on the inside.
Does it look like a skunk at all?
Not even close.
So, why is it called skunk bat?
SKUNK BAT CALLS
There it is.
Not what I pictured at all.
Here, Mr O.
You figured out the pattern, you should zap it.
SKUNK BAT SCREECHES
I did it!
I solved my first case!
SKUNK BAT WHIMPERS
Thank you both.
You know, we have a saying on the night shift.
"If you love something, set it free."
-No, no, no.
-Oh, no, no.
No, no, no!
Break free, skunk bat!
It's going to be a long night.