Sleight Angle
From Cyberchase
00:00 - 01:45
1m 45s

The Earthlings consult with Chief about whether or not Sleight O' Hand stole Hacker's recharger key. Chief claims that Sleight looks like a triangle and thus committed the crime, but Inez suggests that there could be other suspects. She states that they should look at the evidence from every point of view because shapes look different at different angles. They revisit the video footage to determine if Sleight O' Hand is still a suspect.


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