Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

Season 4 Episode 50

The Off-Course Norse Course

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Aired Unknown Dec 23, 1994 on PBS
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The Off-Course Norse Course
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Double Trouble take off with the Nordic Migration Route.

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      • Rockapella: YIIIII!!!

      • Carmen: Boys, head for an Asian country east of South Korea. Writers there started a form of poetry called Haiku.
        Double Trouble: Poetry? We love rhyming! That's why our name is Double Trouble, Charmin' Carmen.
        Carmen: A traditional Haiku doesn't rhyme. It's a short verse using nature or the seasons as a theme. A Haiku is just 3 lines long and exactly 17 syllables.
        Double Trouble: Whoa! You have to count?
        Carmen: It's not that tough, boys. Here's a Haiku I just wrote. "Cash, green as spring grass. Jewels, glistening like snow. Theft, always in season.".
        Double Trouble: Carmen, that's the sweet sound of poetic injustice.

      • Chief: (at the end of the 2nd round) Hey, don't let those criminals get you down. (shows an organizer) Watch this. (presses a button, which causes static) Okay. That's the button that turns off the TV. Now, this is the one that lets you write secret messages. And this the one that zaps it through the air to another secret sender. What else does this baby do? It stores names and addresses. Keeps your busy schedule organized. Leaves your daily horoscope. And if I press this button, yep. (the ACME Travel Pack is shown upside-down) That's the one that shows the ACME Travel Pack. Upside-down. LEMKE!!

      • Double Trouble: That Carmen's a party pooper. We've been in jail for 17 seconds already, and she hasn't even visited yet! Look for her in South America.

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      • Clue Informants:

        The Chief
        Greg as a turtle from a dream
        Bite and Scratch
        The Acmettes (parodying The Beatles' "Money (That's What I Want)")
        Gary Goldstein

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