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Square One returning?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by DeathStar1, Aug 7, 2002.

  1. DeathStar1

    DeathStar1 Well-Known Member

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  2. Jeff Kleist

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    Mathman Mathman Mathman Mathman [​IMG]
     
  3. Josh Dial

    Josh Dial Well-Known Member

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    Square 1 helped turn me into the Geek that I am today! [​IMG]
    I especially love the roman numerals song, where the singer keeps saying the numbers like "ex vee I" and so on. Great stuff.
    Also, anyone else remember 3-2-1 contact? That show ruled too!
    cheers!
    Josh
     
  4. Evan Case

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    Blast from the past.

    Anyone remember the 5-part Mathnet serial involving Fatty Tissue (a dead comic, I think) and his talking parrot?

    One of the true bright spots in the cultural wasteland known as afternoon Kids TV (which I'm guessing is even worse now than during the '80s).

    Evan
     
  5. Josh Dial

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    Evan,
    I totally remember that five-parter! It had the parrot that always spoke the fibanacci series: 1-1-2-3-5...and the tiles in the garden wall where Tuesday (I think) cut out the "wrong" tile. Or something along those lines [​IMG]
    cheers!
    Josh
     
  6. Adam Lenhardt

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    Mathnet was da bomb. I can't believe I remember that show. Wasn't it on PBS or something similiar originally?
     

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