Skits in This Episode: "Zero's Therapy Session" The number Zero is having an identity crisis, feeling that the number zero is unwanted. The sketch focuses on mathematical attributes of zero. "Desert Mirage" A man stranded in the desert comes across a mirage: Shari Belafonte-Harbor is selling lemonade in the desert for 26% of a dollar. It's actually real, but he only has a quarter, which is 25% of a dollar. "8% of My Love" In a high school setting, cast member Cris Franco sings about how he loves different things a certain percentage as they come out of his locker, but he still has enough left to give his girlfriend 8% of his love. "Matinee Movie" An introduction to the film Cartablanca, a parody of the classic black and white film Casablanca. This parody involves a man and a woman separated by love, war, and a French Customs Official who knows how to guess someone's weight. "Bumper" 40% of the show is over, but don't despair, there's 60% to come. "Harry's Hamburger Haven" The first of three sketches featuring Samuel the commercial director. The line in a fast food commercial is ".7 more French Fries" but Samuel doesn't lke it, so his assistant tells him to use 7/10 instead. He does, but still isn't satisfied-so he uses the other option-70% more French Fries. However, the actress in the commercial realizes this and points it out instead of saying her line. Samuel asks her her last name. She says it's Fonatine, just like Samuel's boss. Samuel and his assistant nervously reply, "You're wonderful." "Cartablanca" The parody film of the classic Casablanca. The customs official informs those about to leave that the plane can only carry 2500 pounds and rounds up each passenger's weight and subtracts it from the limit to make sure that the plane isn't above the weight limit. This makes for a romantic subplot like that in Casablanca. "Yes, Sir, General" A military private keeps saying "Yes General, SIr!" and demonstrates that there are six ways to say any three different words: Yes, sir, general Sir, General, Yes Yes, General, Sir General, Sir, Yes General, Yes, Sir Sir, Yes, General. "Mathnet: The Case of the Missing Baseball Part 2" The Mathnetters return to the spot where Mrs. MacGregor's house was an find Mrs. MacGregor in a tent. She explains that a man wanted to buy the house but she refused, and he was wearing glasses, which he left behind when he stole the house. As the mathnetters puzzle how the house was stolen, an informant tells them that he doesn't know where the ball is but while it was stolen, his TV reception went out. Back at the office, Ginny concludes that the glasses could have 38 possible owners. Howie calls the mathnetters to remind them that his father will return in three days, and he needs it back by then. George mentions that the house "couldn't have just flown away" but Kate adds, "Or could it?"moreless
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