Mathnet

Season 2 Episode 6

The Case of the Map With a Gap

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Aired Weekdays 5:00 PM Oct 24, 1988 on PBS
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The Case of the Map With a Gap
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Mathnetters Kate and George take a case in the Old West involving the lost Treasure of Mulch Gulch, but there is a chunk of the map missing.

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    Toni DiBuono

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    Pat Tuesday (Season 4 - Season 5)

    Mary Watson

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    Debbie Williams (Season 2 - Mid Season 3)

    Beverly Leach

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    Kate Monday (Season 1 - Season 3)

    Barry Wallingford

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    Benny Pill (Season 3 - Season 5)

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      • (on the way to Mulch Gulch, George hears a siren)
        George: Oh, no. Am I speeding?
        Kate: (looks behind) I don't think it's the police, George.
        Bronco: (also looks behind) We're not being followed by the police. It's an... ecnalubma?
        George: (laughs) That's right. An ecnalubma. Or an ambulance.

      • George: You've given librarians all over the world a very bad name, Mr. D. John Mutard!
        Mutard: Can't be helped. Now, just shush!

      • Mutard: Saddlesore Capone was my great-grandfather on my mother's side, and that gold belongs to me!
        Kate: But Saddlesore Capone stole that gold. It wasn't his to begin with.
        Mutard: Don't be a nitpicker, Miss Monday! Now, all of ya, down on your tummies. I'm gonna tie ya up.

      • Announcer: (during Mutard's mugshot) D. John Mutard was convicted of a 211: Attempted robbery, and a 020.313: Disgracing the Dewey Decimal System. Bronco Guillermo Gomez took the $90,000 and saved $80,000 for his college education. The other $10,000, he put in a money market account, figuring the rollover factor would be about 6.7 times his principle in 20 years, if the market stayed healthy.

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