Evil Sculptor approaches the Mobile Unit, because he wants to leave the Villain Network, and offers to give them top-secret info.
How World War II played out on the Home Front. Features Churchill's secret loo, the heroic 'ATA Girls', and German Spies being caught out by their delicious sausages?
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Mosley and his family of four-legged thoriphants live a worker's life on an isolated farm owned by Simon, a sullen, and mean-spirited farmer. One evening, after ploughing all day, Mosley's son, Rue, comes bounding over to his father telling him he has discovered something magical in the woods near the farm. Bera, Mosley's pregnant wife, encourages Mosely to go with Rue. Although Mosley is tired, he follows his young son into the woods and discovers the reason for Rue's excitement: it's a cave with large ancient drawings on the walls, and they're of thoriphants similar to Mosley and Rue, except they stand upright. Is this what the thoriphant race used to be? What happened to cause them to become bent-backed creatures without hands?
Orla shares the story of how she was chosen to protect the 44-leaf clover in order to stop the villain, Jellybean Joe, from causing oddness to the Mobile Unit van.
It's Canadian Day as Nick tries ice-skating, we discover the Annual Canadian Pumpkin Regatta, our players smash open giant pucks with hockey sticks, and then try a dreadful Canadian smoothie!
Andy heads to Japan and embarks on an epic adventure in search of a Japanese mudskipper.
Dani Dyer becomes Rattus' Political Advisor, as we look at everything from the birth of Democracy, to Margaret Thatcher having to change her voice so she'd be taken more seriously.
Andy goes to Niue Island in the South Pacific to find out where sea kraits lay their eggs.
It's all about basketball this episode as Nick joins a junior club for training, we discover the tallest ever NBA ballers, and our players take on the wind chamber.
Melbourne goes into Stage 3 lockdown and the border is set to close between NSW and Victoria causing worries for people living in places on the border such as Albury and Wodonga. Rescue efforts are underway in Japan after record amounts of rain have caused rivers to break their banks. Space and ocean explorer Dr Kathy Sullivan has become the first woman to reach the bottom of the ocean at the lowest point on Earth, about 11 kilometres below sea level.
Dara O Briain joins Rattus for a show marking the 1969 Moon landings: the first use of rocket power, the Space Race, and poo floating in the Apollo 10 cockpit - it's all here!
A gadget has been stolen and is being kept in a warehouse run by robots. The team must take control of a robot and use coding to program it to retrieve the stolen gadget.
Residents of public housing towers in Melbourne are told they cannot leave their apartments for any reason after cases of COVID-19 have occurred in the high density buildings. Kanye West announced he is running for US President despite not completing any requirements needed to compete in the election which is set to take place in a few months time. Grand Prix drivers take a knee during a minute's silence for the Black Lives Matter movement at the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix.
Andy blasts off in his safari sub to the Atlantic Ocean in search of a blue whale.
Our relationship with animals; Charles Darwin presents Yummy Planet; Elizabeth I's menagerie has some lion-trouble; farting fish almost start a nuclear war.
Villain, Confetti Betty, strikes the Odd Squad headquarters in the Arctic. As the mobile unit attempt to crack the villain's pattern, they must teach the agents how to solve cases for themselves.
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