´╗┐The name of the show appears in colourful letters on an animated sky. It reads "TVO Kids Power hour of learning. Teacher edition."

The caption changes to "Today's primary lesson: Counting to 50."

The announcer says WELCOME TO
TVOKIDS
POWER HOUR OF LEARNING.
TODAY'S PRIMARY LESSON,
"COUNTING TO 50."

The caption changes to "Primary 1 to 3. Teacher Marcia."

Teacher Marcia is in her thirties, with straight brown hair in a bob cut with a side part and wears a black shirt.

She wears earphones and stands in front of a board with a gridded chart full of numbers from 1 to 50.

She says HI, STUDENTS, AND WELCOME BACK
TO ANOTHER EPISODE OF
TVOKIDS POWER HOUR OF LEARNING.
MY NAME IS TEACHER MARCIA,
AND I'M REALLY EXCITED TO BE
HERE WITH YOU TODAY,
DOING SOME LEARNING AT HOME.
FOR THE NEXT HOUR,
WE'RE GOING TO BE CHECKING OUT
SOME AMAZING SHOWS HERE ON TVO,
AND I'LL BE POPPING UP
IN-BETWEEN
TO TEACH SOME LESSONS TO YOU
THAT WILL SHOW YOU HOW
YOU CAN CONTINUE THE LEARNING
YOU SAW IN THOSE
EPISODES AT HOME,
USING THINGS AROUND YOUR HOME.
WE'RE GOING TO BE LEARNING
ABOUT COUNTING TO 50
BY ONES, TWOS, FIVES, AND TENS.
MAKE SURE YOU'RE
SITTING IN A PLACE
WHERE YOU'RE
COMFORTABLE AND FOCUSED.
ALSO, FOR TODAY'S EPISODE,
YOU'RE GOING TO NEED
A PENCIL OR A PEN,
OR SOMETHING YOU CAN WRITE WITH,
AND SOME PAPER THAT
YOU CAN USE TO WRITE ON,
THAT'S GOING TO COME IN HANDY
WHEN THE LEARNING STARTS.
SO, IF YOU DON'T HAVE THAT YET,
NOW WOULD BE THE PERFECT CHANCE
TO GROW AND GRAB IT.
WE'LL TAKE A BODY BREAK
PARTWAY THROUGH OUR EPISODE.
SO, MAKE SURE YOU ALSO HAVE A
LITTLE SPACE TO MOVE AROUND.
I CAN'T WAIT TO
WORK WITH YOU TODAY.
WE'RE GOING TO HAVE LOTS OF FUN
AND DO LOTS OF
LEARNING TOGETHER.
SO, TODAY, AS I SAID,
OUR BIG IDEA THAT WE'RE
FOCUSING ON IS COUNTING TO 50
USING SKIP COUNTING.
HMM. WHAT IS COUNTING?
COUNTING IS THE ACT OF
DETERMINING THE QUANTITY
OR THE TOTAL NUMBER OF
OBJECTS IN A SET OR A GROUP.
IN OTHER WORDS, TO COUNT MEANS
TO SAY NUMBERS IN ORDER,
LIKE ONE, TWO, THREE.
COUNTING NUMBERS ARE
USED TO COUNT OBJECTS.
I HAVE A BAG FULL OF GEMS
THAT I NEED TO COUNT.
FOR TODAY'S LESSON,
I'M GOING
TO PRETEND MY GEMS ARE SEEDS.
LATER ON, YOU ARE GOING
TO HELP ME PLANT A GARDEN
THAT HAS FIVE ROWS -
ONE ROW FOR EACH TYPE OF SEED.
WE WILL HAVE ARTICHOKE SEEDS,
BLACKBERRY SEEDS,
SUNFLOWER SEEDS, HAZELNUT SEEDS,
AND PAWPAW SEEDS.
DO YOU HAVE A GARDEN AT HOME?
PERHAPS YOU HAVE A GARDEN
IN YOUR BACKYARD,
OR ON YOUR BALCONY,
OR EVEN INSIDE YOUR HOME?
DID YOU KNOW THERE
ARE MANY TYPES...
DIFFERENT TYPES OF GARDENS?
THERE ARE FLOWER GARDENS
THAT MANY INSECTS,
SUCH AS BEES AND BUTTERFLIES,
LIKE TO VISIT.
THERE ARE FRUIT
AND VEGETABLE GARDENS.
HMM. I THINK I WOULD
HAVE A MANGO GARDEN.
CAN YOU THINK OF A TIME
THAT YOU ATE BLUEBERRIES
OR SUNFLOWER SEEDS?
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE WHAT
TO PLANT IN YOUR GARDEN?

Now the caption changes to "Ontario Hubs: Indigenous garden."

The caption changes to "Haley Lewis. Editor, Indigenous hubs."

Haley is in her late twenties, with long wavy Brown hair and wears a light gray T-shirt, a denim jacket, and long pendant gold earrings.

She says ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO,
SITS A GARDEN,
BUT IT'S NOT JUST ANY GARDEN.
IT'S AN INDIGENOUS GARDEN.
SO, THE GARDEN IS RUN
BY ANDREW JUDGE -
A PROFESSOR AND COORDINATOR
OF INDIGENOUS STUDIES
AT CONESTOGA COLLEGE.

A picture of Andrew in the garden appears.

Andrew is in his early thirties, with long brown hair in a braid and a goatee. He wears glasses, black trousers and a blue windbreaker.

Haley says HE HAD THE IDEA FOR
THE GARDEN SINCE 2012,
AND RECENTLY
RECEIVED A 49,900 DOLLAR GRANT
FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR
A PROJECT HE'S BEEN WORKING ON
CALLED RECOVERING EARTH WISDOM.
THE PROJECT'S GOAL IS TO BRING
TOGETHER INDIGENOUS LEADERS,
EDUCATORS, STUDENTS AND
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS
TO HELP RESEARCH AND DEVELOP
INDIGENOUS STUDIES PROGRAMMING,
AND EXPANDING THE GARDEN
IS A BIG PART OF THAT.
BUT WHAT MAKES AN
INDIGENOUS GARDEN
DIFFERENT FROM A REGULAR GARDEN.
IT'S NOT WHAT-- JUST WHAT'S
PLANTED, WHICH, YOU KNOW,
OF COURSE, ARE NATIVE.
JUDGE IS PLANTING SERVICE
BERRIES, WILD PLUMS,
PAWPAW, JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE,
SASKATOON BERRY,
BLACK RASPBERRY, HAZELNUT,
JUST TO NAME A FEW.
AND, OF COURSE, HE'S NOT
FORGETTING ABOUT
GROWING SWEETGRASS,
SAGE AND TOBACCO.
BUT WHAT MAKES JUDGE'S GARDEN
REALLY UNIQUE IS ITS SHAPE.
IT FORMS A SIX METER
WIDE SEMI-CIRCLE,
AND AT THE CENTRE IS A SPIRAL.
HE SAYS A SPIRAL IS THE BASIS
FOR ALL LIFE ON EARTH,
AND IT'S FOUND IN ALMOST EVERY
NATURAL GROWING
THING ON THE PLANET.
HE'S BEEN STUDYING UNDER THE
GUIDANCE OF AN ELDER
FROM GUATEMALA FOR SIX YEARS,
WHO TOLD HIM IF YOU CENTRE
THE GARDEN AROUND A SPIRAL,
IT'S GOING TO BRING ENERGY
AND CREATE ENERGY,
AND THAT'S EXACTLY
WHAT IT'S DONE.
THE GARDEN, WHILE RUN BY JUDGE,
IS CARED FOR BY
DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS
FROM ACROSS THE AREA -
INDIGENOUS STUDENTS FROM
SURROUNDING UNIVERSITIES
AND COLLEGES, FAMILIES,
PEOPLE FROM THE LOCAL
INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES,
AND REALLY ANYONE WHO'S WILLING
TO GET THEIR HANDS DIRTY -
AND THAT'S HOW JUDGE LIKES IT.
SO, IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO THIS SUMMER,
AND WANT TO HELP TAKE CARE
OF AN INDIGENOUS GARDEN,
YOU'D BE A WELCOMED ADDITION.

A slate appears with the caption "Ontario Hubs are made possible by: The Barry and Laurie Green Family Charitable Trust and Goldie Feldman."

Teacher Marcia says WELCOME BACK,
YOU PROBABLY NOTICED
THAT ANDREW PLANTED ALL SORTS OF
PLANTS IN THE GARDEN.
HE PLANTED WILD PLUMS,
BLACKBERRIES,
SASKATOON BERRIES, PAWPAWS,
HAZELNUTS, SUNFLOWERS,
ARTICHOKES, AND MANY MORE.
MANY PEOPLE COME TO THIS GARDEN
TO LEARN ABOUT LOCAL PLANTS.
THE GOAL OF THE GARDEN PROJECT
IS TO TEACH PEOPLE
IN THE COMMUNITY
ABOUT INDIGENOUS LAND TEACHINGS,
AS WELL AS BRING TOGETHER
INDIGENOUS LEADERS,
EDUCATORS, STUDENTS
AND MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY
TO HELP RESEARCH
INDIGENOUS STUDIES.
NOW, LET'S USE OUR IMAGINATION
AND PRETEND WE ARE GARDENERS,
JUST LIKE ANDREW, PLANTING
OUR SEEDS IN OUR GARDEN.
LET'S PUT ON SOME
GARDEN SHOES OR MAYBE BOOTS,
A HAT BECAUSE IT'S A SUNNY DAY,
AND WE WILL NEED OUR GARDEN BOX,
AND WE ALSO WILL
NEED A GARDEN BOX
WITH ALL OUR DIFFERENT SEEDS.
YOU'RE GOING TO NEED
A PIECE OF PAPER
AND SOME DIFFERENT
COLOUR WRITING TOOLS,
SUCH AS CRAYONS OR MARKERS.
ARE YOU READY TO GO?
RIGHT BESIDE ME HERE,
I'VE GOT A PIECE OF
PAPER WITH SOME NUMBERS.
SO, ON YOUR PAPER,
YOU ARE GOING TO WRITE
THE NUMBERS ONE TO 50.
BEGIN WITH YOUR PAPER...
SHOULD BE IN A LANDSCAPE.

She shows the paper horizontally and says THIS IS LANDSCAPE.

She now shows it vertically and says IF I DO IT THIS WAY,
WE CALL IT PORTRAIT.
BUT I THINK
IF YOU DO IT LANDSCAPE,
YOU WILL HAVE ENOUGH ROOM
TO WRITE ALL THE NUMBERS
FROM ONE TO TEN IN A ROW.
AND REMEMBER TO LEAVE A FINGER
SPACE BETWEEN EACH NUMBER,
JUST LIKE WHEN
YOU ARE WRITING A STORY,
YOU LEAVE A FINGER SPACE
BETWEEN YOUR WORDS.
YOU WILL WRITE, AS I SAID,
ONE TO TEN ON THE FIRST LINE,
11 TO 20 ON THE SECOND LINE,
21 TO 30,
31 TO 40,
AND 41 TO 50,
REMEMBERING TO LEAVE SPACE.
SO, I'M USING A NUMBER
CHART TO HELP ME COUNT.
DO YOU KNOW WHY THIS IS
CALLED A NUMBER CHART?
YES, THAT'S RIGHT,
BECAUSE IT'S A GRID
WITH NUMBERS ONE TO 50.
YOU MAY HAVE SEEN
IN YOUR CLASSROOM,
A CHART THAT IS A LITTLE BIT
BIGGER THAT HAS ONE TO 100.
WHEN WE COUNT BY ONES,
WE COUNT EACH NUMBER IN THE
NUMBER CHART, ONE BY ONE.
TODAY, WE WILL ONLY COUNT TO 50.

She grabs a popsicle stick with a small picture on top and says SO, I'VE GOT A LITTLE HELPER
HERE TO HELP ME COUNT.
LET'S COUNT.
ONE, TWO,
THREE, FOUR,
FIVE, SIX,
SEVEN, EIGHT,
NINE, TEN,
11, 12, 13,
14, 15, 16,
17, 18, 19,
20, 21, 22,
23, 24, 25,
26, 27, 28,
29, 30, 31,
32, 33, 34,
35, 36, 37,
38, 39, 40,
41, 42, 43,
44, 45, 46,
47, 48, 49,
50. WOW!
SO, THAT TOOK SOME TIME.
I'M WONDERING
IF WE SKIP COUNT BY TENS,
WILL WE GET TO 50 FASTER?
YOU MAY ASK WHAT
IS SKIP COUNTING?
SKIP COUNTING IS COUNTING
FORWARD BY NUMBERS
OTHER THAN ONE.
I HAVE SOME SNAP CUBES HERE
AND I'M GOING TO COUNT OUT TEN
CUBES AND PUT THEM TOGETHER.
SO, LET'S SEE.
I'VE GOT ONE,
TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE,
SIX, SEVEN...
WHOOPS... EIGHT, NINE, AND TEN.
SO, I'VE GOT TEN HERE AND I HAVE
ANOTHER GROUP OF TEN,
AND WE ARE GOING TO COUNT
ALL OUR SNAP CUBES.
ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR,
FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT
NINE, TEN...

She grabs the second group of cubes and says 11, 12, 13,,14, 15, 16,
17, 18, 19, 20.
SO, WE HAVE A GROUP OF TEN
AND WE HAVE
ANOTHER GROUP OF TEN.
SO, IF I COUNT THEM,
IT WOULD BE 10, 20.
AND IF I HAD TEN MORE,
THERE WOULD BE 30.
SO, WHEN WE ARE SKIP COUNTING,
WE ARE ACTUALLY SKIPPING AN
ENTIRE GROUP OF TEN
AND SAYING 10, 20.
SO, WHEN WE LOOK AT OUR GRID,
I'M GOING TO COLOUR
IN THE NUMBER...
OH, SORRY, I GOTTA STOP.

A man behind the camera says NO WORRIES.
(CHUCKLING)

She claps and says ALL RIGHT.
SO, WHEN WE LOOK AT OUR GRID,
I'M GOING TO BE COLOURING IN,
COUNTING BY TEN
AND COLOURING THE NUMBERS
THAT END IN ZERO.
SO, LET'S TAKE A LOOK.
HERE, I'M GOING TO GO 10,
20,
30... ..40,
AND 50.
WHEN I GET MY FRIEND TO HELP ME
COUNT AGAIN,
WE'RE GONNA GO, 10, 20,
30, 40, 50.
WHAT DO YOU NOTICE
ABOUT THE NUMBERS?
THEY ALL END WITH ZERO.
YOU HAVE A ONE AND A ZERO - TEN.
TWO AND A ZERO - 20.
THREE AND A ZERO - 30.
FOUR AND A ZERO - 40.
FIVE AND A ZERO - 50.
AND IF WE BRING OUR SNAP CUBES,
WE CAN SEE WE'VE COUNTED 10,
20, 30 40, 50.
GREAT WORK STUDENTS.
WE ARE GOING TO WATCH
A VIDEO ON HOPE -
AN 11 YEAR OLD OJIBWE GIRL.
HER FAMILY IS PART OF THE
THREE FIRES CONFEDERACY.
HOPE LOVES TO PLANT
CORN, BEANS AND SQUASH
IN HER TRADITIONAL
THREE SISTERS GARDEN.

An episode of "Raven's quest" rolls.

Hope is 11, with long Brown hair in a braid and wears a white, pink and black T-shirt and a denim overall.

The narrator says MEET HOPE.
SHE'LL SHOW YOU AROUND
HER 3 SISTER'S GARDEN.

Hope says NOW IT'S TIME TO HARVEST.

The narrator says SHE'S GOT GREAT
FRIENDS.
AND SOME FUN FARM BUDDIES TOO.

A clip shows chickens clucking.

The narrator says SHE'S A PRIZE WINNING FARMER.

She holds a squash and says THIS COULD BE A WINNER.

The narrator says LET'S GO!

(music plays)

In animation, pictures of several different kids appear hanging on laundry lines. A raven on the lines flies off to the sun and opens his wings as the title of the show appears. It reads "Raven's Quest."

Hope says AANIIN, HELLO.
MY NAME IS HOPE.
I'M 11 YEARS OLD AND I LIVE
IN WIIKWEMKOONG ON MANITOULAN
ISLAND.

A map shows the Canadian provinces. It zooms in on Wiikwemkoong, Manitoulan Island.

Hope says MY FAMILY IS FROM THE
THREE FIRES CONFEDERACY.
THAT'S THE OJIBWE, ODAWA
AND POTAWOTOMI PEOPLE.
WE CALL THIS OUR
THREE SISTER'S GARDEN.
YOU WANNA KNOW WHO
ARE THE THREE SISTERS?
THE THREE SISTERS
ARE VEGETABLES.
FIRST WE HAVE CORN.
THEN SOME BEANS AND
THEN WE HAVE SOME SQUASH.
THIS IS MY FRIEND KENZIE.
THIS IS MY SISTER PATIENCE
AND THIS IS MY DAD ASHLEE.

Kenzie is around 11, with long straight brown hair and wears black trousers and a black T-shirt.

Patience is around 10, with long brown hair in a ponytail and wears shorts and a striped purple sweater.

Dad is in his forties, with short brown hair and a shadow of a beard. He wears off white trousers, a white shirt and a black cap.

Hope says NOW IT'S TIME TO HARVEST.
LET'S GO.
TIME TO GO TO WORK EVERYONE.
THESE 3 PLANTS ACTUALLY HELP
EACH OTHER GROW LIKE THREE
SISTERS WOULD HELP EACH OTHER.
THE BEANS HAVE BACTERIA THAT
HELPS THE CORN GROW STRONG AND
TALL.
THE CORN SUPPORT THE
BEANS LIKE A BEAN POLE.
THEN THE SQUASH'S BIG LEAVES
SHADE THE SOIL AND PREVENT
WEEDS.
THESE ARE THE
TRADITIONAL FOODS OF MY PEOPLE.
(ROOSTER CROWS)

Hope says THIS IS HOW WE SAY
GARDEN IS OJIBWE.
GITIGAAN.
THAT'S GARDEN.
GITIGAAN.
GARDEN.
EVERY YEAR I LIKE TO ENTER MY
VEGGIES IN THE SPECIAL CONTEST
AT THE WIKWEMKONG FALL FAIR.
WE CAN WIN RIBBONS FOR
GROWING THE NICEST CROPS.
THAT'S REALLY FUN.
WHEN I LOOK FOR MY SQUASH I MAKE
SURE THEY'RE NICE AND ROUND AND
BIG.
IT ALSO HAS TO LOOK
NICE AND HEALTHY.
THIS COULD BE A WINNER.
OOOH, I SEE ANOTHER ONE.
HERE'S A NICE BIG ONE.
ALL READY.

(music plays)

Hope says WE'RE AT THE
WIKWEMIKONG FALL FAIR.
AT THE FALL FAIR THERE'S PONY
RIDES, HORSE PULL, BANDS PLAYING
AND BOUNCY CASTLES.
I LIKE TO HANG OUT WITH
MY FRIENDS AT THE FAIR.
THERE'S LOTS TO DO HERE.
IT'S FUN.
THE COMPETITION IS
HELD INSIDE THE ARENA.
TIME TO SUBMIT MY SQUASH.
I WON RIBBONS BEFORE.
I HOPE THIS IS A LUCKY SQUASH.

(music plays)

Outside her house, Hope says COME ON IN TO SEE MY HOME.
HERE ARE MY CATS.
THIS IS STRIPES.
THIS IS TWIGGA.
THIS IS STAR AND
THIS IS MY DOG BUTCH.
I ALSO HAVE A BUNNY.
HER NAME IS CRYSTAL.
WELCOME TO MY ROOM.
AS YOU CAN SEE I LIKE UNICORNS.
HERE'S MY DESK I REALLY
LIKE TO BE ORGANIZED.
ON THIS CALENDAR I LIKE TO WRITE
ALL THE IMPORTANT THINGS LIKE MY
MOM'S BIRTHDAY.
HERE'S MY DAILY TO DO LIST.
WAKE UP.
EAT BREAKFAST.
GO RUNNING.
AND THESE ARE MY
HOOPS FOR HOOP DANCING.
I DO MY HOOP
DANCING AT POW WOWS.
I LIKE HOOP DANCING
BECAUSE IT'S FUN.
WELCOME TO MY LEMONADE STAND.
OVER THE SUMMER I MADE
ABOUT THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
ONCE I GOT A TEN DOLLAR TIP.
WITH MY SAVINGS I WENT TO
NIAGARA FALLS WITH MY FAMILY.

(music plays)

Hope runs outside the house with her friends.

Hope says THESE ARE MY FRIENDS
HAILEY AND KENZIE.

Hailey is around 11, with long straight brown hair in pigtail braids and wears jeans and a blue plaid shirt.

Hope says I'VE KNOWN THEM
SINCE KINDERGARTEN.
WE HANG OUT AT SCHOOL AND
HAVE LOTS OF FUN OUTSIDE TOO.
KENZIE IS FUNNY.
SHE MAKES ME LAUGH.
WE LIKE TO DO CARTWHEELS.

Hope films Hailey doing a cartwheel and says SAY HI.

Hailey says HI.
THE TURKEYS ARE
ALWAYS FOLLOWING US.
TURKEYS ARE BIG AND NOISY.
I THINK THE TURKEYS
WANT TO PLAY TOO.
(TURKEYS GOBBLE)

In the kitchen, Hope says GUYS LET'S MAKE SOMETHING.
I LIKE TO DO ARTS AND CRAFTS.
A LOT OF STUFF I GET
AT THE DOLLAR STORE.
OKAY.
I KNOW WHAT I'M
GONNA DO WITH THIS.
WHAT ARE YOU MAKING?

Hailey says I'M COVERING UP THIS ART
SET WITH PURPLE PAPER.

Kenzie says I'M MAKING LIKE A DREAM CATCHER
AND IT'S GONNA BE HANGING LITTLE
TINY PIECES.

Hope says I LIKE THE STRING
HOW IT'S ALL CRAZY.
WHEN I DO ARTS AND
CRAFTS I LIKE TO MAKE DECOR.
I LIKE PICTURES.
SOMETHING TO HANG ON MY WALL.
MY FAVOURITE COLOURS TO
USE IS BLUE, GOLD AND PINK.
HERE'S OUR WORK.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
THEY TURNED OUT PRETTY GOOD.
AT HARVEST TIME WE TAKE THE CORN
AND BRAID THE HUSKS TOGETHER.
MY DAD SHOWS US HOW
TO BRAID THE CORN.

Dad says ANOTHER ONE.

Hope says YES.

Dad says DONE WITH
THIS ONE.

Hope says THIS HOW WE PAY RESPECT TO
THE THREE SISTERS OF THE GARDEN.
BY BRAIDING THE CORN HUSKS.

Dad says GRAB ANOTHER ONE.
THIS ONE HERE.

Hope says IT'S ALSO A WAY TO TIE CORN
TOGETHER TO HANG IT OUT TO DRY.
FROM THESE WE'LL PICK THE
BEST SEEDS FOR PLANTING.
THESE WE'LL HANG UP TO DRY.
I LIKE TO HELP OUT
WITH THE ANIMALS TOO.
I TAKE CARE OF THE CHICKENS.
TIME TO COLLECT THE EGGS.
THESE EGGS TASTE GOOD.
MY FAVOURITE THING TO MAKE OUT
OF THE CHICKENS EGGS IS DEVILED
EGGS.
(ROOSTER CROWS)

Hope says TIME TO GO BACK TO THE FALL FAIR
AND SEE IF MY SQUASH WON ANY
RIBBONS THIS YEAR.
RED IS FIRST PLACE.
BLUE IS SECOND
AND WHITE IS THIRD.
I GOT FIRST AND SECOND.
SEE?
NICE.
WHETHER YOU WIN OR NOT IT'S
ALWAYS FUN AT HARVEST TIME HERE
IN WIKWEMIKONG.
BAAMAAPII.
SEE YOU LATER.
THANKS FOR SPENDING A
DAY IN WIKI WITH ME.

Music plays as the end credits roll.

Logo: TVO Kids.

Logo: Apartment 11 Productions.

Teacher Marcia says WELCOME BACK, STUDENTS.
LET'S CONTINUE BY COUNTING
BY FIVES AND THEN TWOS.
I AM GOING TO COUNT
OUT FIVE CUBES.
ONE, TWO,
THREE, FOUR, AND FIVE.
AND NOW, I'M GOING TO
COUNT OUT ANOTHER FIVE.
ONE, TWO,
THREE, FOUR, FIVE.
SO, WE HAVE FIVE AND FIVE MORE
MAKE TEN,
SO FIVE, TEN.
AND LET'S COUNT OUT
ANOTHER FIVE.
11, 12,
13, 14, 15.
NOW, WE HAVE 15.
LET'S COUNT IT AGAIN 5, 10, 15 -
COUNTING BY FIVES.
WE ARE NOW GOING
TO PUT THAT ON OUR CHART,
ON OUR NUMBER CHART.
LET'S BEGIN COUNTING BY
FIVES ON OUR NUMBER CHART.
WE'RE GOING TO START AT FIVE,
AND I'M GOING TO COLOUR
IN EACH BOX AS I COUNT.
5...
10... ..15... ..20... ..25... ..30...
ARE YOU STARTING TO
NOTICE A PATTERN?...35... ..40...
WE'RE ALMOST TO 50... 45, THEN...
LET ME COLOUR IN 45.
AND THEN, WE'LL GET TO 50.
I'M DOING SOME
QUICK COLOURING TODAY.
(CHUCKLING)
THERE WE GO.
SO, WHAT DO YOU NOTICE
ABOUT OUR NUMBER CHART?
IS THERE A PATTERN?
IT SEEMS AS THOUGH ALL THE
NUMBERS END IN EITHER FIVE,
OR ZERO.
LET'S DO THE COUNTING.
5, 10, 15,
20, 25, 30,
35, 40,
45, 50.
SO, WE SEE THERE'S A PATTERN
GOING DOWN THE MIDDLE,
AND ALSO AT THE END,
AND IT'S KIND OF...
IF I USE THIS
LITTLE SYMBOL HERE,
IT'S LIKE ZIG-ZAGGING.
5, 10, 15,
20, 25, 30,
35, 40,
45, 50.
I'M WONDERING WHAT
OUR CHART WILL LOOK LIKE
WHEN WE COUNT BY TWOS.
NOW, WE WILL COUNT BY TWOS,
AND I'M GOING TO USE OUR CUBES.
ONE, TWO... ..THREE, FOUR.
SO, WE HAVE TWO, FOUR.
I ADD ANOTHER TWO - FIVE, SIX.
TWO, FOUR, SIX.
SEVEN, EIGHT.
TWO, FOUR, SIX, EIGHT.
WHAT DO YOU THINK
THE LAST TWO WILL BE?
IT WILL BE...
TWO, FOUR, SIX,
EIGHT, TEN.
WONDERFUL.
SO, NOW WE ARE GOING
TO SHOW THAT ON OUR CHART,
OUR NUMBER CHART.
SO, AS YOU CAN SEE, STUDENTS,
I HAVE A NEW NUMBER CHART,
AND THIS TIME WE ARE
GOING TO SKIP COUNT BY TWOS,
JUST LIKE WE DID WHEN
WE USED THE CUBES.
AND I'VE GOT A LITTLE FROG HERE.
WHY DO YOU THINK
I HAVE THIS FROG?
WATCH AS I COLOUR IN,
COUNTING BY TWOS.
WE HAVE 2...
4... ..6... ..8... ..10... ..12... ..14... ..16... ..18 AND 20.
I'M GOING TO STOP
COLOURING THERE.
BUT I WOULD LIKE YOU TO KEEP
TRYING THAT AT HOME.
BUT LET'S COUNT USING OUR FROG,
AND HE'S GOING TO
HELP US SKIP COUNT.
2, 4, 6,
8, 10,
12, 14, 16,
18, 20.
WHAT WOULD BE NEXT?
22, 24, 26,
28, 30,
32, 34,
36, 38, 40,
42, 44, 46,
48, AND 50.
LOTS OF SKIPPING AND
HOPPING WITH OUR FROG.
THAT'S BEEN A LOT OF
GREAT LEARNING, STUDENTS.
LET'S TAKE A BODY BREAK.
MOVES WITH MICKEEY -
HEEL TO TOE.

(RAP BEAT PLAYING)

(music plays)

Images of a warehouse full of art on its walls appear.

Mickeey pops out of a graffiti art on a wall.

Mickeey is in his twenties, with short puffy black hair and he wears rolled up jeans, a cream hooded sweatshirt under a red plaid jacket and red snickers.

Mickeey says YO, WHAT'S UP?
WHAT'S GOING ON,
MOVERS?
WE'RE GONNA BE LEARNING A BRAND
NEW WAY TO GET STEPPIN'.
TIME TO LET IT SLIDE
WITH THE HEEL-TOE-GLIDE.
WOO!

A caption reads "Heel-Toe-Glide."

Mickeey says THIS ONE'S A TOUGH ONE,
SO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION.
LET'S GO CHECK IN
WHAT THE FEET ARE DOING.

He steps front with his right foot and says YOU'RE GONNA TAKE A STEP FRONT,
THEN BACK,

He steps back with the left foot.

He does a heel dig with his right foot and a toe touch crossing the left foot.

He says THEN A HEEL, TOE,
GLIDE.
DRAW A SEMI-CIRCLE,
THEN ONCE YOU'RE DONE,
PICK UP THAT OTHER KNEE
TO GO AGAIN.
STEP, STEP,
HEEL, TOE,
GLIDE,
PICK IT UP.
LET'S GO SEE
WHERE THE HANDS ARE.

With the first two steps, he says YOU'RE GONNA START OFF WITH
TWO BIG THUMBS UP,
YOU'RE GONNA DRAW
TWO CIRCLES AROUND...

With the heel-toe, he stretches his arms to the front and then crosses his arms.

He says THEN YOU'RE GONNA
GIVE SOMEONE A BIG HUG,

He glides and says THEN TAKE YOUR ARMS OUT,

He goes back to the thumbs up position and says TO REPEAT AGAIN.
CIRCLES,
BIG HUG,
DOWN,
PICK IT UP.
CIRCLES,
BIG HUG,
DOWN,
PICK IT UP.
YOU GUYS JUST GOT YOURSELVES
THE HEEL-TOE-GLIDE.
MUSIC AND FRIENDS?

(music plays)

Melissa and Daniel appear.

Daniel is in his twenties, with short curly brown hair and he wears glasses, jeans, a coral T-shirt under a pink shirt and a black cap hat.

Melissa is in her twenties, with long straight brown hair with bangs and she wears jeans, an orange T-shirt and a green hoodie.

They start dancing.

Mickeey says FIVE, SIX, SEVEN,
HEY!
STEP, STEP,
HEEL, TOE, AND GLIDE,
SIX, SEVEN,
EIGHT.
STEP, STEP,
HEEL, TOE, WOO!
PICK IT UP.
WOO!
YEAH.

They all high-five.

Mickeey says GUESS WHAT, GUYS?
YOU JUST MOVED WITH
MICKEEY.
SEE YA!

He jumps back in the graffiti.

Copyright 2017, The Ontario Educational Communications Authority.

Teacher Marcia says HELLO, STUDENTS, AND THANK YOU
FOR COUNTING WITH ME.

She draws a 5-row table on her board and says WE ARE GOING TO
DRAW OUR OWN GARDEN.
YOU MAY BE INSPIRED BY ANDREW'S
SHAPE OF HIS INDIGENOUS GARDEN,
WHICH IS IN THE SHAPE
OF A SEMI-CIRCLE,
OR CREATE YOUR OWN SHAPE.
YOU WILL NEED A PIECE OF PAPER
AND SOMETHING TO DRAW WITH.
I DECIDED TO USE
A RECTANGLE SHAPE
AND CREATED FIVE ROWS -
ONE, TWO, THREE,
FOUR, FIVE.
ONE FOR EACH TYPE OF SEED
I WILL BE PLANTING.
BEFORE I DRAW MY SEEDS, I'M
GOING TO GIVE MY GARDEN A NAME
AND I'M GOING TO WRITE IT
AT THE TOP OF MY GARDEN.
I'M GOING TO DECIDE TO NAME IT
A BUTTERFLY GARDEN
'CAUSE I LOVE BUTTERFLIES.
BUTTERFLY... ..GARDEN.
WHAT WILL YOU NAME YOUR GARDEN?
SO, AS YOU CAN SEE,
I'VE DECIDED TO USE SOME SHAPES
TO REPRESENT MY DIFFERENT SEEDS
THAT I WILL BE PLANTING.
SO, IF SOMEONE
WAS TO LOOK AT MY GARDEN,
THEY WOULD HAVE TO KNOW
WHAT DO THE CIRCLES MEAN,
WHAT DO THE TRIANGLES MEAN,
THE OVALS, THE SQUARES
AND THE RECTANGLES.
SO, AT THE BOTTOM,
I'M GOING TO ADD IN A LEGEND.
I'M GONNA WRITE THAT HERE.
"LEGEND."
AND THE LEGEND IS A PLACE
WHERE WE ADD SOME SYMBOLS,
SO SOMEONE KNOWS
WHAT WE'VE DRAWN UP HERE.
SO, MY CIRCLES...
ARE GOING
TO BE MY ARTICHOKE SEEDS.
WHOOPS.
"ARTICHOKE."
AND MY TRIANGLES...
ARE GOING
TO BE MY SUNFLOWER SEEDS.
AND MY OVALS...
WILL BE MY BLACKBERRY SEEDS.
AND THEN, I HAVE SQUARES...
FOR MY PAWPAW SEEDS.
AND FINALLY, MY RECTANGLE--
MAKE SURE THAT REALLY
LOOKS LIKE A RECTANGLE...
FOR MY HAZELNUT SEEDS.
AND I'VE DRAWN THEM IN PENCIL.
BUT AFTERWARDS, MAYBE I'LL TAKE
SOME MARKERS, OR SOME CRAYONS
AND DECIDE WHAT COLOURS
I WANT TO USE FOR
MY GARDEN PICTURE.
WHAT WILL YOU BE
PLANTING IN YOUR GARDEN?
HOW MANY SEEDS
IN TOTAL WILL YOU HAVE?
WILL YOU COUNT BY ONES,
TWOS, FIVES OR TENS.
IF POSSIBLE, SHARE
THE COUNTING STRATEGY YOU USED
WITH A PARTNER
OR FAMILY MEMBER?
CAN YOU COME UP WITH DIFFERENT
WAYS OF COUNTING TO 50?
I'M GOING TO SAY BYE FOR TODAY,
BUT I HOPE YOU'RE EXCITED ABOUT
THE LEARNING WE DID TOGETHER,
AND I HOPE YOU ARE READY
TO COUNT BY ONES,
TWOS, FIVES AND TENS
ALL ON YOUR OWN TODAY AT HOME.
MY NAME IS TEACHER MARCIA,
AND IT'S BEEN FUN.
I HOPE YOU HAVE A HAVE
A GREAT TIME LEARNING
AND I'LL SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

The caption changes to "Bonus material."

(music plays)

Agent Olive is around 1, has long straight brown hair in a ponytail and wears a white shirt, a red tie and a blue blazer with an Odd Squad badge.

She says MY NAME IS AGENT OLIVE.
THIS IS MY PARTNER, AGENT OTTO.

Agent Otto is around 11, with short straight brown hair with bangs and wears a white shirt, red tie, blue blazer and an Odd Squad badge.

Olive says THIS ISN'T ANYTHING.

A blank picture appears.

Olive says BUT BACK TO OTTO AND ME.
WE WORK FOR AN ORGANIZATION
RUN BY KIDS
THAT INVESTIGATES ANYTHING
STRANGE, WEIRD,
AND, ESPECIALLY, ODD.

Pictures from the squad's odd missions shows an agent shaking hands with a giraffe agent and the team dealing with a one-eyed monster with octopus tentacles.

Agent Olive says OUR JOB
IS TO PUT THINGS RIGHT AGAIN.
WHO DO WE WORK FOR?
WE WORK FOR ODD SQUAD.

The name of the show appears inside a badge. It reads "Odd Squad."

The name of the episode appears on a file. It reads "The trouble with centigurps."

Olive and Otto talk to a man on the street who has a black cloud over his head.

The man says THE WEIRD THING IS,
IS I'M REALLY HAPPY!

Otto says NOT TO WORRY, SIR.
WE GOT THIS.

Otto takes out a gadget and turns the cloud into a sun.

The man says OH! THANK YOU, ODD SQUAD!

Olive says HAVE A GOOD DAY, SIR.
LET'S GO.

The sun says I'M SLAPPY THE SUN,
AND I'LL ALWAYS
BE WITH YOU!

The man says WHAT?

The sun sings SLAPPY AND DEREK,
WE'RE BEST FRIENDS
SLAPPY AND DEREK,
FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS

The man says ODD SQUAD!
I CAN'T LIVE LIKE THIS!

The sun says HI, DEREK, I'M SLAPPY! I'M
YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND! HURRAY!

Derek says LOVELY.

The sun says I LOVE YOU!

Derek YEAH, GREAT!

The sun says SLAPPY AND DEREK

Olive and Otto walk in Miss O's office.

Otto says YOU WANTED TO SEE US, MS. O?

Miss O says YES.
SOMETHING VERY ODD HAS HAPPENED.
A GIANT GOLDFISH
IS ATTACKING THE HARBOUR.
OLIVE, ACTIVATE YOUR SUIT
FOR WATER TRAVEL.

Olive says ON IT, MS. O.

She pulls out two straps and the uniform balloons up.

Otto says SO THAT'S WHAT
THESE THINGS DO!
COOL...

Otto watches as Olive waddles out of the office.

Miss O says OTTO!

Otto says OH! YEAH, MS. O.
WHAT HAVE YOU GOT FOR ME?

Miss O gives him a gadget and says TAKE THIS DOWN TO STORAGE.

Otto says BUT THAT'S NOT FAIR...

Miss O says AND WHATEVER YOU DO,
DON'T OPEN IT.

As he takes it downstairs, Otto sighs and says SO UNFAIR.
STICK THE NEW GUY WITH
ALL THE BORING JOBS.

(WARBLING)

He puts his ear closer to the gadget and says WHAT WAS THAT?
(TINKLING)

In a thought bubble, Miss O says WHATEVER YOU DO,
DON'T OPEN IT.

Otto says BUT I WANT TO!

Miss O says DON'T.

Otto says COME ON, JUST A LITTLE PEEK.

Miss O says ENH, GO AHEAD.
I'M JUST A DREAM, ANYWAY.

He opens the gadget and finds a furry creature inside.

He says AWW!
SO CUTE!

Oscar comes along and says CLOSE THAT BOX!

Otto says WHY?

Oscar says IT'S A CENTIGURP! IF
IT'S EXPOSED TO LIGHT TOO LONG,
THAT ONE LITTLE GUY
WILL BECOME...
(SQUEAKING)

A hundred centigurp pop out of the gadget and start bouncing around.

Oscar says 100 LITTLE GUYS!

Otto says OH, NO!

Oscar says WE HAVE TO TELL MS. O.

Otto says NO! PLEASE, DON'T!
IF MS. O FINDS OUT
I MESSED THIS UP,
SHE'LL NEVER LET ME
BATTLE A GOLDFISH.
HAVEN'T YOU EVER
MADE A MISTAKE?

Oscar says NOT...

He remembers having a perm and looking into a mirror.

He says OH, YEAH. THAT HAIRCUT
WAS A PRETTY BIG MISTAKE.
I'LL HELP YOU FIND
THE CENTIGURPS.

Otto says THANK YOU. SO, WHAT DO WE DO?

Oscar says WE HAVE TO LOOK FOR SPHERES.
CENTIGURPS LOVE SPHERES. YOU
KNOW, ROUND, BALL-SHAPED
LITTLE OBJECTS?

Otto says YEAH. I KNOW WHERE
TO GO. FOLLOW ME.

Oscar says OKAY!

Inside a ball pit, Oscar says WHERE DID THEY GO? STAY THERE!

Otto says GOT ANOTHER ONE!

Oscar says COME ON, BACK HERE!

Otto says I GOT 4 MORE.

Oscar says THANK YOU.

Back at the lab, Otto says OKAY, SUCK THEM BACK INTO ONE.

Oscar says THAT'S NOT HOW CENTIGURPS
WORK. WE NEED ALL 100.

Otto says HOW MANY DO WE HAVE?

Oscar says UH, 1, 2, 3...

Otto says 1, 2... AH!

Oscar says OR WAS THAT 3?

Otto says 1, 2...

Oscar says TOO MANY! I CAN'T COUNT!
HANG ON!

Oscar leaves the lab and locks Otto in with the creatures.

Otto says NO! WHERE ARE YOU GOING? DON'T
LEAVE ME WITH THESE THINGS!

Oscar says 2, 3...

Otto says AHH!

Oscar says THIS BOX WILL HOLD
10 CENTIGURPS EACH.
IF WE JUST FILL THE BOX,
WE WON'T HAVE TO COUNT,
BECAUSE WE'LL KNOW IT'S 10!

Otto says I CAN'T HEAR WHAT YOU'RE
SAYING, BUT OKAY!

Later, the put the creatures in the boxes.

Oscar says SO WE HAVE 10 IN EACH BOX.

Otto says THAT MEANS WE HAVE
10, 20 30, 40, 50.
50 CENTIGURPS.

Oscar says RIGHT, AND IF WE
STARTED WITH 100
AND NOW WE HAVE 50...
WE HAVE 50 LEFT TO GO.
WE'RE HALFWAY DONE!

Otto says BUT WHERE ARE WE GONNA FIND
OTHER SPHERES?

Oscar says I TEND TO THINK BETTER
WITH GUM. HMM.

Otto says YOU DO!

Oscar says I DO? ...I DO! HEH...

Otto says YOU DO!

Oscar says UH, WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?

Otto says THAT GUMBALL IS A SPHERE.
WHERE DID YOU GET IT?

Oscar says THERE'S THIS REALLY GOOD
GUMBALL MACHINE IN BELGIUM.
THERE'S ALSO ONE OVER THERE.

They run to the gumball machine and find it filled with centigurps.

Otto says DO YOU HAVE ANY QUARTERS?

Oscar says ALWAYS, HEH!

Miss O comes along and says OSCAR!

Oscar says AHH! UH, MS. O!
WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE?

He steps in front of the gumball machine to cover it.

Miss O says GETTING SOME GUM...

Oscar says UH... HOW ABOUT
SOME CHOCOLATE?
IT'S, UH, WARM AND MELTY
FROM MY POCKET!

Miss O says I WILL SAY THIS: YOU KNOW
HOW I LIKE MY CHOCOLATE.

Miss O goes back to her office.

Oscar says PHEW!

Otto says WELL, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING
FOR? COME HELP ME OUT!

Oscar says SO, WE RAN OUT
OF LARGER BOXES.

Otto says HOW MANY DO WE HAVE NOW?

Oscar says THESE BOXES HOLD 5
CENTIGURPS EACH.

Otto says SO WE COUNT BY FIVES.

Oscar says RIGHT.
SO WE HAVE 50, AND THEN WE COUNT
55, 60,
65, 70, 75, 80.

Otto says COME ON... AW!
STILL NOT 100.

Oscar says THERE'S STILL
SOME MORE OUT THERE.

Otto says WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO DO A LOT
MORE RUNNING AROUND, AREN'T WE?

Oscar says OH, YEAH.

Otto says LET'S GO.

Otto and Oscar go around catching creatures attached to different spheres like globes, stretching balls, and an agent's afro.

(MACHINERY SLOWING DOWN)

Oscar unplugs a huge machine.

Otto says THIS WHOLE THING'S
POWERED BY A CANTALOUPE?

Oscar says OH, YEAH.
(MACHINERY POWERING UP)

As they walk past Agent Orchid's office, they see her playing with a creature.

Oscar says AGENT ORCHID,
WE NEED THAT CENTIGURP,

O'Donahue says THIS IS NOT A CENTIGURP,
THIS IS SHERMAN, AND HE'S MINE.

Otto says NO, YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND.

Agent Orchid says NO, YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND!
I'M NOT GIVING HIM TO YOU.

Oscar says WHAT IF WE GAVE YOU
SOMETHING FOR IT?
LIKE THIS YO-YO!
LOOK AT ALL THE TRICKS
THAT YOU CAN DO.

Agent Orchid says I FIND THAT
VERY UNDERWHELMING.

Otto says WHAT DO YOU WANT
FOR THE CENTIGURP?

Agent Orchid says WELL, IF YOU ASKED ME THAT
BEFORE I MET SHERMAN,
I WOULD HAVE TOLD YOU
I NEEDED EVERYTHING.
BUT NOW, I DON'T NEED A THING.

Otto says LOOK. AGENT ORCHID,
I KNOW THIS IS A BIT HARD
FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND,
BUT SHERMAN'S ACTUALLY JUST ONE
OUT OF THE OTHER 100 SHERMANS.
AND I BET HIS BROTHERS AND
SISTERS MISS HIM A WHOLE LOT
AND WISH THEY COULD SEE HIM.

Oscar says HOW ABOUT SOME CASH?

Oscar shows her a briefcase full of cash.

Agent Orchid says OOH!
DEAL!
(SHERMAN SQUEAKING)

Oscar says LET'S GO.

Otto says THAT WORKS, TOO.

Oscar says OKAY. SO WE HAD 80, AND THEN
WE PUT SOME MORE INTO
THESE BOXES.

Otto says THESE HOLD 2 EACH,
SO I'M JUST COUNTING BY TWOS.
82, 84, 86, 88, 90,
92, 94, 96, 98.

They both say AHH!

Oscar says STILL TWO CENTIGURPS!

Otto says WHERE? WE LOOKED EVERYWHERE!

Oscar says OH, NO!

Otto says WHAT... WHAT?

Oscar says I JUST REMEMBERED WHAT MS. O
BROUGHT FOR LUNCH TODAY!

Otto says WHAT?

Oscar says SPAGHETTI AND...MEATBALLS!

Otto says HMM. THAT SOUNDS DELICIOUS.

Oscar says DON'T YOU GET IT, MAN?
MEATBALLS ARE SPHERES!
I'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

Otto says I'LL JUST STAY HERE, THEN!

In her office, Miss O gets ready for lunch.

She leaves it on the table and says OH, JUICE!
(CHIRPING)

Oscar says MADE IT!

Oscar grabs her lunch with the two missing centigurps in it.

Miss O says OSCAR?

Oscar tosses it back and says UH, YEAH, MS. O, WHAT'S UP?

Miss O says DID YOU JUST
THROW MY LUNCH AWAY?

Oscar says I MAKE MISTAKES SOMETIMES...
REMEMBER THAT HAIRCUT?

Miss O says ENOUGH SAID.

Oscar gets out of the office and says DID YOU GET THEM?

Otto says I GOT ONE,
BUT THE OTHER ONE GOT AWAY!
(SQUEAKING FRANTICALLY)

They spot it running through a corridor and says THERE IT IS!

Oscar says IF ONLY WE HAD A SPHERE
TO GET ITS ATTENTION!

Otto gives him the other centigurp and says WE DO.

He pulls the straps on his uniform and it balloons up.

The centigurp screams as he sees the giant sphere.

Otto says COME ON!
COME ON LITTLE CENTIGURP!
(SQUEAKING)
OVER HERE! COME ON!
COME ON LITTLE CENTIGURP!

They lure the centigurp into the lab and lock it it.

Otto says WE DID IT!

Oscar says YEAH!

Otto dances and says AWESOME, AWESOME... BOOM!

Otto says CHEST BUMP!

Oscar says NO, NO! NO, NO...

Otto says OKAY...

Oscar says WOULD YOU LIKE
TO DO THE HONOURS?

He pushes a button and all the centigurps go back into being one.

Oscar says YOU KNOW, THIS WAS ACTUALLY
ONE OF MY EASIER DAYS.

Now Otto takes the box with the centigurp to storage.

Octavia says HI, OTTO.

Otto says HEY, OCTAVIA...
IS THIS THE STORAGE ROOM?

Octavia says YUP.

Otto says WHERE DO YOU STORE EVERYTHING?

Octavia says IT'S COMPLICATED.

Otto says ANYWAYS, HERE'S
THE CENTIGURP BOX.

Octavia says THANKS.

Otto says NO PROBLEM.

Olive says MS. O HAD YOU DELIVER
A CENTIGURP BOX?

Otto says YEAH. WHY?

Olive says I WAS HERE FOR YEARS AND YEARS
BEFORE MS. O GAVE ME
A JOB LIKE THAT.
SHE MUST REALLY TRUST YOU.

Otto says COOL.

Octavia opens the box and says AWW!

A hundred centigurps go out bouncing around again.

(SQUEAKING)

Octavia says WAIT, NO, COME BACK HERE!
WAIT, NO, THAT'S NOT GOOD!
THAT'S NOT GOOD! HELP!

Music plays as the opening of the Odd Squad Odd Report plays.

Oscar stands next to a wall screen and says GREETINGS, AGENTS. I'M OSCAR,
WITH TODAY'S
ODD REPORT.
O'CONNOR?

A voice says COMIN' AT YA!

Oscar says AS YOU CAN SEE, WE HAVE
A SALSA FRONT MOVING IN
FROM THIS WAY. TOO BAD
IT'S NOT A LITTLE LOWER,
BECAUSE IT'S GONNA MISS THE
GIANT TORTILLA CHIPS DOWN HERE.
THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN DELICIOUS.
ALSO, WE KNOW IT'S GOING TO BE
RAINING CATS AND DOGS.
THE GOOD NEWS IS, WE KNOW
EXACTLY HOW MANY ANIMALS
ARE COMING OUR WAY.
O'CONNOR, IF YOU COULD ZOOM IN?

O'Connor says ZOOMIN' IN!

Oscar says PERFECT! SO, EACH ONE OF
THESE BIG DOG CLOUDS
RAIN EXACTLY 10 DOGS EACH.
SO, INSTEAD OF HAVING TO COUNT
EVERY INDIVIDUAL BIG DOG,
WE CAN JUST COUNT
THE CLOUDS BY 10.
10...WOOF! 20...WOOF! 30...WOOF!...BIG DOGS.

O'Connor says YEAH!

Oscar says AND THE SMALL DOG CLOUDS RAIN
EXACTLY 5 DOGS EACH, SO WE
CAN COUNT BY FIVES.
5...WOOF! 10...WOOF!
15...WOOF! 20...WOOF!...SMALL DOGS.

O'Connor says YEAH!

Oscar says AND THE CAT CLOUDS RAIN 2 CATS
EACH, SO WE COUNT BY TWOS.
2...MEOW! 4...MEOW!
6...MEOW! 8...PURR!
ROWR...

O'Connor says YEAH, CATS!

Oscar says SO TO SUM IT ALL UP, WE'RE
ASKING ALL AVAILABLE AGENTS
TO COME TO THIS SPOT WITH YOUR
DOG AND CAT CATCHINATORS
TO CATCH THE 30 BIG DOGS...WOOF!
20 SMALL DOGS...WOOF!
AND 8 CATS...MEOW!

O'Connor says WRAP IT UP!

Oscar says ALSO, IF ANY AGENTS
WOULD LIKE TO TAKE
ANY OF THESE ANIMALS HOME
AS PETS, THAT WOULD BE GREAT.
SEE, I WOULD, BUT I'VE
STILL GOT MY HANDS FULL
FROM LAST WEEK'S BUNNY STORM...
I NAMED THEM ALL OSCAR JR.
THAT ONE'S MY FAVOURITE.

In her office, Miss O says HAS SOMETHING ODD HAPPENED TO
YOU AT HOME OR IN YOUR SCHOOL?
HAVE YOU TURNED INVISIBLE OR
BEGUN WALKING ON THE CEILING?
ARE THINGS REPEATING
THEMSELVES OVER AND OVER AGAIN?
ARE THINGS REPEATING
THEMSELVES OVER AND OVER AGAIN?
IF SO, ODD SQUAD CAN HELP.
JUST GO TO THE WEBSITE.

A caption reads "TVOKIDS.COM."

Now a new episode rolls. The name of the episode reads "Totally odd squad."

Oscar, Olive, and Otto stare at a glass jar with one jelly bean left inside.

Olive says THIS IS THE GREATEST CHALLENGE
WE'VE EVER FACED.
WHO GETS THE LAST JELLY BEAN?

Oscar says ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS FOR IT?

Olive says YEAH.

Miss O says HEY!
I WANT IN ON THIS!

They all say 1, 2, 3!

Miss O says PAPER COVERS ROCK.
I WIN.

Oscar says 1, 2, 3!

Miss O says ROCK BEATS SCISSORS!
I WIN.

Otto says 1, 2, 3!

Miss O says SCISSORS CUT PAPER.
I WIN AGAIN.

Olive says HOW DID YOU DO THAT?

Miss O says I'VE SEEN YOU PLAY BEFORE,
AND I FIGURED OUT THE PATTERNS
YOU USE WHEN YOU THROW.
OLIVE ALWAYS PLAYS ROCK
THE FIRST ROUND,
THEN PAPER, THEN SCISSORS.
OSCAR PLAYS SCISSORS
THE FIRST TWO ROUNDS,
THEN ROCK. AND YOU ALWAYS
JUST PLAY PAPER.

Otto says THAT'S MY SECRET MOVE!

Olive says NOT ANYMORE!

Miss O says SOMEBODY CHAIR ME!

An agent drags in a desk chair.

Miss O sits down and says YUP, I LEARNED
ALL ABOUT PATTERNS
BACK BEFORE I WAS MISS O.
I WAS JUST AGENT OPRAH.
DUN DUN DUN

Oscar says WAIT A SECOND,
YOUR FIRST NAME IS OPRAH?

Miss O says ANYBODY HAVE A PROBLEM
WITH THAT?
THE YEAR WAS 1983...

Otto says WAIT, HOW OLD ARE YOU?

Miss O says YOU WANT TO HEAR
THE STORY OR NOT?

They all say STORY.

Miss O says THE YEAR WAS 1983...
ODD SQUAD LOOKED A LITTLE BIT
DIFFERENT BACK IN THE 1980S.
OUR PHONES WERE BIG,
AND OUR HAIR WAS EVEN BIGGER.
MY PARTNER WAS AGENT O'DONAHUE.

O'Donahue says JUST A MINUTE PLEASE, SIR.
HEY, OPRAH, YOU GOT A SECOND?

Oprah says WHAT'S THE HAPS?

A man says THE PROBLEM
IS MY SWEATER.
EVERY TIME I TRY
AND TAKE IT OFF...
IT JUST KEEPS GOING AND GOING... AND GOING!

He keeps taking the sweater off to reveal another identical sweater underneath.

Oprah says THAT IS ODD.
NOT TO WORRY, SIR.
WE CAN USE OUR
SWEATER TAKE-OFF-INATOR.

O'Donahue says IT'S TOO BAD, IT'S A PRETTY
CHOICE SWEATER.

The man says BUT... YOU THINK?

Oprah says OH, YEAH. TOTALLY TUBULAR.

The man says YOU'RE RIGHT.
THANKS, ODD SQUAD.

80s Miss O says OPRAH! O'DONAHUE!
IN MY OFFICE! LIKE, NOW!

Oprah says RIGHT AWAY, MS. O.
WHAT'S THE PROBLEM, MS. O?

80s Miss O says O'DONAHUE, TUCK IN YOUR SHIRT!
AND THAT'S NOT OUR SHIRT...

O'Donahue says HEY! DON'T YOU LIKE IT WHEN I
BRING YOU FLOWERS?
(SCOFFS)

Oprah says MS. O, YOU SHOULD RELAX.

O'Donahue says YEAH.
TRY TO GET A PET FISH -
ALL SWIMMY AND FISHY-LIKE.

80s Miss O says I DON'T HAVE TIME FOR FISH.
TOO MUCH ODDNESS.
SPEAKING OF WHICH, SOMETHING
TOTALLY ODD HAS HAPPENED.
(CLAPPING)
THIS IS THE MEDIUM-SIZED BALL OF
GUM IN THE TOWN MUSEUM.
EXCEPT, THIS MORNING...SOMEONE STOLE IT.
(GASPING)
OH, YEAH. THAT JUST HAPPENED.
LUCKILY, WE HAVE A CLUE.

She gives them a VHS cassette.

80s Miss O says WELL, WHAT ARE YOU
WAITING FOR? TOTALLY GO!
(CLAPPING)
(SIGHING)
I'M GETTING TOO YOUNG FOR THIS.

Oprah and O'Donahue play the cassette.

In distorted voice, a woman in a hat and mask says HA HA!
BY NOW, YOU'VE REALIZED
ALL YOUR PRECIOUS BUBBLEGUM
HAS BEEN STOLEN.
BUT NEVER FEAR; THE PATTERNISTA
WILL TELL YOU
WHERE TO GO FIND IT.
SIMPLY FIGURE OUT THE NEXT SOUND
OUT OF MY MOUTH.

As she opens her mouth, different animal sounds come out.

(SQUEAKING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
(MOOING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
(SQUEAKING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
(MOOING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
PATTERNISTA OUT!

O'Donahue says THE NEXT THING
OUT OF HER MOUTH?
THAT WAS JUST
A BUNCH OF NOISES!

Oprah says I THINK IT'S TIME
FOR A TRIP TO...

O'Donahue says THE MATHROOM?

Oprah says OH, YEAH.
(WHIRRING)

They touch their badges and turn to swirling confetti.

They appear in a room full of paper fortune tellers.

One of the fortune tellers says WHAT'S TOTALLY UP, AGENTS?

Oprah says MATHROOM, PLAY BACK
THE PATTERNISTA'S NOISES.
(SQUEAKING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
(MOOING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)
(SQUEAKING)
(TRAIN WHISTLING)

O'Donahue says SHE SAID FIGURE OUT
THE NEXT NOISE.
HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DO THAT?

Oprah says WAIT, SHE'S CALLED
"THE PATTERNISTA."
MAYBE THOSE NOISES
ARE A PATTERN.
THAT MEANS THEY WOULD BE
IN A CERTAIN ORDER.

O'Donahue says BUT ALL THE NOISES MIXED
TOGETHER, IT'S LIKE,
"UGH, GAG ME WITH A SPOON."

Oprah says SO LET'S GIVE EACH SOUND A
NUMBER,
TO MAKE IT EASIER TO FIGURE OUT
THE PATTERN. PLAY 'EM, MATHROOM.

(SQUEAKING)

Oprah says THAT'S 1.
(TRAIN WHISTLING)

Oprah says 2.

(MOOING)

Oprah says 3.

(TRAIN WHISTLING)

Oprah says THAT'S A TRAIN, SO 2 AGAIN.
(NOISES PLAYING IN SUCCESSION)

O'Donahue says THE PATTERN IS 1, 2, 3.

Oprah says BUT DUDE, LOOK!
IF IT WAS 1, 2, 3, THERE WOULD
BE ANOTHER 1 AFTER THE 3,
BECAUSE IT WOULD
BE STARTING AGAIN.
BUT LOOK, THERE'S ANOTHER
2 AFTER THE 3.
THE PATTERN IS 1, 2, 3, 2,
AND THEN IT REPEATS.

O'Donahue says DUDE, YOU JUST...

He makes a "blows my mind" gesture.

Oprah says 1, 2, 3, 2... 1, 2, 3, 2...
AND THEN JUST 1, 2, 3.
THAT MEANS 2 IS NEXT!

O'Donahue says SO WE CAN FIND
THE BALL OF GUM AT "TRAIN"?
WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?

Oprah says MAYBE IT'S A PLACE
WHERE YOU FIND TRAINS.

O'Donahue says YEAH!

Oprah says LET'S GO.
(WHIRRING)

They transport to the train station and say THERE IT IS!
EXCELLENT!

Oprah finds a VHS cassette and says WHAT'S THIS?
LOOKS LIKE WE'LL HAVE
TO USE THE VCR-INATOR.

They play the cassette.

The villain says GOOD JOB, ODD SQUAD.
PSYCHE! BAD JOB,
BECAUSE THIS WAS
ALL A TRICK TO DISTRACT YOU
SO I COULD STEAL MS. O.
I'M KEEPING HER
IN MY WAREHOUSE NOW.
(GIGGLING)

80s Miss O pops up on the screen and says AGENTS, TAKE A CHILL PILL.
I'M NOT HURT. JUST ONE THING:
FEED MY FISH WHILE I'M GONE.
FEED THE GREEN ONE TWO TIMES
AND THE YELLOW ONE ONCE.
DO THIS A TOTAL OF 3 TIMES
AND PAY ATTENTION TO HOW MUCH
YOU FED THE GREEN ONE.

O'Donahue says BUMMER.

Oprah says WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

O'Donahue takes off his jacket and says WITHOUT MS. O, ODD SQUAD IS
MOST DEFINTELY OVER.

Oprah says SO THAT'S IT?
YOU'RE JUST GOING TO QUIT?

O'Donahue says OPRAH, IT'S BEEN REAL.

He puts on sunglasses, raises his fist and walks away.

(80S-STYLE MUSIC PLAYING)
(BLOWING NOSE LOUDLY)

Oscar blows up his nose and says IT'S JUST SO SAD.
I MEAN, WHAT IF ODD SQUAD GOES
OUT OF BUSINESS FOREVER?

Olive says THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN.

Oscar says HOW DO YOU KNOW?

Olive says BECAUSE WE'RE HERE TODAY!

Oscar says OH, YEAH. PLEASE CONTINUE.

Miss O says I WOULDN'T GIVE UP!

80s Miss O says JUST ONE THING:
FEED MY FISH WHILE I'M GONE.

Oprah says BUT MS. O DOESN'T HAVE FISH.
WHY WOULD SHE...
(GASPING)
UNLESS FISH IS A CLUE
TO FIND HER!

Mathroom says RADICAL JOB, OPRAH!

Oprah says THANKS, MATHROOM.

Mathroom says CALL ME CAROL.

Oprah says OKAY, CAROL. PLAY SOME MORE?

80s Miss O says FEED THE GREEN ONE TWO TIMES
AND THE YELLOW ONE ONCE.

Oprah says CAROL, SHOW ME
GREEN, GREEN, YELLOW.

80s Miss O says DO THIS A TOTAL OF 3 TIMES.

Oprah says I THINK SHE'S SAYING GREEN,
GREEN, YELLOW'S THE PATTERN,
SO IF I REPEAT
THAT PATTERN 3 TIMES...

80s Miss O says AND PAY ATTENTION TO HOW MUCH
YOU FED THE GREEN ONE.

Oprah says I FED THE GREEN FISH
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 TIMES.
6 GREEN... WHAT'S 6 GREEN?

She gasps and says THERE'S
A GREEN STREET!
CAROL, SHOW ME 6 GREEN STREET!

Carol says GENERATING IMAGE...

Oprah says THE PATTERNISTA SAID
SHE WAS IN A WAREHOUSE.
I'M COMING FOR YOU, BOSS!
(WHIRRING)
ODD SQUAD!
ODD SQUAD!

Oprah walks into the warehouse and says WHERE'S MS. O?

The villain takes off the costume. It's 80s Miss O.

She says MS. O IS RIGHT... ..HERE.

Oprah says WHO... WHAT...
WHEN... WHERE?

Oscar, Otto, and Olive say WHY?

Miss O says I'M ABOUT TO TELL YOU!

80s Miss O says THIS CASE HAS BEEN A TEST.
AND FROM WHAT
YOUR PARTNER TOLD ME,
YOU WERE TOTALLY RADICAL.

O'Donahue says NO, DUH.

80s Miss O says I'VE BEEN PLANNING ON
RETIRING, BUT I NEEDED TO KNOW
THERE WAS SOMEONE GOOD ENOUGH
TO TAKE MY PLACE.

Oprah says THANK YOU, MA'AM.

80s Miss O pulls out a bag with a fish and says NOW, IF YOU'LL EXCUSE ME,
I REALLY DO HAVE A FISH TO FEED.
(80S-STYLE MUSIC PLAYING)

O'Donahue says HEY, CONGRATS.

He goes for a handshake and when Oprah extends his hand, he takes it away.

He says OOH...

Olive says SO THAT'S HOW
YOU BECAME MS. O?

Miss O says YES.
I LEARNED TWO LESSONS THAT DAY:
HOW TO BE A PATTERN DETECTIVE,
AND THE LAST JELLY BEAN
ALWAYS TASTES THE BEST.

She eats the jelly bean.

Otto says BOGUS.

Oscar says TOTALLY.

Olive says TO THE MAX.

(80S-STYLE MUSIC PLAYING)

Oprah says DON'T WORRY.
OPRAH AND
O'DONAHUE
WILL BE BACK.
OH, YEAH.

(EXPLOSION)

Music plays and a caption reads "Odd Squad training video number 1624: How to deal with a spider-cat bite."

Oscar says GREETINGS, AGENTS.
I'M SURE YOU KNOW BY NOW
THAT WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN,
THE SPIDER-CATS LIKE TO PARTY.

He shows a picture with a spider with a cat face and a party hat.

He says HERE'S A PICTURE OF THEM...
BUT WHAT YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW
IS IF YOU'VE BEEN BITTEN BY ONE.
THAT'S WHERE I COME IN.
THE FIRST CLUE YOU'VE BEEN
BITTEN BY A SPIDER-CAT
IS THAT IT HURTS...A LOT.
HERE'S A PICTURE OF ME LAST
NIGHT, RIGHT AFTER I WAS BITTEN.

He shows a picture of himself running in the woods.

He chuckles and says HEH-HEH... AHEM. THE SECOND CLUE
YOU'VE BEEN BITTEN BY
A SPIDER-CAT IS THAT YOUR HAND
WILL BE CONSTANTLY CHANGING
COLOUR. BUT NOT TO WORRY.
YOU CAN FIX THIS WITH
A HAND-ON-COLOURNATOR GADGET.
BUT DO NOT,
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE,
ZAP YOUR HAND
IF IT IS BLUE OR YELLOW.
IF YOU DO, YOUR HAND WILL BE
TURNED INTO A MEATBALL.
I WISH I HAD TIME TO EXPLAIN,
BUT RIGHT NOW, I HAVE
AN UNHEALTHY AMOUNT OF SPIDER-
CAT POISON IN MY BLOODSTREAM.
SO, HOW DO YOU KNOW THE RIGHT
TIME TO ZAP YOUR HAND?
WELL, IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY, YOU
CAN SEE THAT THERE'S A PATTERN.
WHAT IS A PATTERN, YOU ASK?
IT'S SOMETHING THAT
REPEATS ITSELF.
RIGHT NOW, THE PATTERN IS
NORMAL, BLUE, YELLOW,
BLUE, YELLOW,
AND THEN IT REPEATS.
NORMAL, BLUE, YELLOW,
BLUE, YELLOW.
NOW THAT WE KNOW THE PATTERN,
I CAN CALL IT OUT AND ZAP
MY HAND AT THE RIGHT TIME.
NORMAL, BLUE, YELLOW,
BLUE, YELLOW, NORMAL!

He zaps his hand.

(WHIRRING)

He says TA-DA! HA...
THE ONLY PROBLEM IS, ONCE YOU
GET YOUR HAND BACK TO NORMAL,
YOU WILL START SHRINKING.

He shrinks and says GOODBYE!

In her office, Miss O says HAS SOMETHING ODD HAPPENED TO
YOU AT HOME OR IN YOUR SCHOOL?
HAVE YOU TURNED INVISIBLE OR
BEGUN WALKING ON THE CEILING?
ARE THINGS REPEATING
THEMSELVES OVER AND OVER AGAIN?
ARE THINGS REPEATING
THEMSELVES OVER AND OVER AGAIN?
IF SO, ODD SQUAD CAN HELP.
JUST GO TO THE WEBSITE.

A caption reads "TVOKIDS.COM."

The episode ends.

Theme music plays as the end credits roll.

Now music plays as the end credits for Power Hour of Learning roll.

A caption reads "TVO Kids would like to thank all the teachers involved in the Power Hour of Learning as they continue to teach the children of Ontario from their homes."

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