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* MundaneMadeAwesome: ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IISOddIq-L4 Biitama Biisuke's Big Adventure]]'', in which three marbles live together in peace, until one day two of them are kidnapped by the enemy. The remaining marble, Biisuke, goes on a search-and-rescue mission to save them, which is framed as an extra long RubeGoldbergDevice complete with his own theme song.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IISOddIq-L4 Biitama Biisuke's Big Adventure]]'', in which three marbles live together in peace, until one day two of them are kidnapped by the enemy. The remaining marble, Biisuke, goes on a search-and-rescue mission to save them, which is framed as an extra long RubeGoldbergDevice complete with his own theme song. Two years later, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trDnp3dWlXk a sequel was released]], in which his brothers rescue him.


* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: Arguably how the Algorithm March got popular. It's a shame [=YouTube=] took down the original video.


* MundaneMadeAwesome: ''Biitama Biisuke's Big Adventure'', in which three marbles live together in peace, until one day two of them are kidnapped by the enemy. The remaining marble, Biisuke, goes on a search-and-rescue mission to save them, which is framed as an extra long RubeGoldbergDevice complete with his own theme song.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: ''Biitama ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IISOddIq-L4 Biitama Biisuke's Big Adventure'', Adventure]]'', in which three marbles live together in peace, until one day two of them are kidnapped by the enemy. The remaining marble, Biisuke, goes on a search-and-rescue mission to save them, which is framed as an extra long RubeGoldbergDevice complete with his own theme song.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: ''Biitama Biisuke's Big Adventure'', in which three marbles live together in peace, until one day two of them are kidnapped by the enemy. The remaining marble, Biisuke, goes on a search-and-rescue mission to save them, which is framed as an extra long RubeGoldbergDevice complete with his own theme song.


''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK; in the United States it's carried on NHK's co-owned network TV Japan. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.

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''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK; Creator/{{NHK}}; in the United States it's carried on NHK's co-owned network TV Japan. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.


''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.

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''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK.NHK; in the United States it's carried on NHK's co-owned network TV Japan. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.


''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK. [[WelcomeToTheNHK No, not that NHK]]. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.

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''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK. [[WelcomeToTheNHK No, not that NHK]]. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.


''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK. [[WelcomeToTheNHK No, not that NHK]]. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RobinsonGoldbergContraption), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.

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''Pythagora Switch'' is a Japanese children's TV show that airs on NHK. [[WelcomeToTheNHK No, not that NHK]]. The show features several disjointed sketches that are both educational and entertaining. Each sketch is followed by a Pythagora switch (the Japanese term for a RobinsonGoldbergContraption), RubeGoldbergDevice), that features prominently on the show. Each 15-minute episode starts with a puppet skit where two young penguins, Pita and Gora, learn a new concept with the help of an anthropomorphic encyclopedia and a television dog. And each show ends with either the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithm_March Algorithm March]] or algorithm exercises hosted by Kazunari Yamada and Hidenori Kikuchi.



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