An innovative, interactive series, Cyberchase challenges and delights viewers with its eye-popping mathematical adventures. Featuring the voices of Christopher Lloyd and Gilbert Gottfried, this action-packed animated show follows Jackie, Matt and Inez as they travel to the virtual vistas of cyberspace to foil the evil Hacker's attempts to take over cyberspace. Cyberchase teaches pre-teen viewers that maths is interesting, maths is fun, and maths is handy when you need to save the day. EPISODES SEND IN THE CLONES Hacker's plan to clone himself so he can wreak havoc throughout cyberspace in many places at once, goes haywire - when his newly invented Clonitron clones Delete instead of himself. But Hacker takes advantage of the mishap by sending the Delete clones to takeover the R-Fair City cybersite. To complicate matters, every time Delete sneezes - his clones multiply even more. As the problem escalates, the kids do the math to keep track of the number of clones as they increase. Meanwhile, Cy Clone, a famous clone catcher sent to the site by Motherboard, vacuums up the clones - while Digit tries to get the Clonitron away from Hacker. The Big Idea: Multiplication is just repeated addition. If you're having trouble multiplying, you can always add to find your answer. TRADING PLACES While attempting to rescue Dr. Marbles, the kids and Digit crash land on cybersite Nowhere, along with Hacker, Buzz and Delete. As a result of the crash, Hacker is shrunk, and Buzz and Delete become smart. In a race to rebuild their cybercraft and save Marbles, Digit and the kids learn to trade and barter and eventually create a monetary system. But who will finish first?!! The Big Idea: Instead of trading what you have for what you want, you can make it easy to buy and sell by creating a system where you exchange goods for tokens of different fixed values - money! OUT OF SYNC The balance and harmony of the Mount Olympus cybersite is controlled and protected by the Music of the Spheres. When Hacker disrupts this balance and throws the site into utter chaos, the kids and Digit have until sunset to make the sound of the music right! For the beat to go on, the kids must recreate the music and find the missing element in the musical pattern. The Big Idea: You can understand musical rhythms by breaking them down into mathematical patterns.