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Four on the Floor is the ninth episode of Season 8 and the 114th episode overall.
Four and friends bust some big moves on the dance floor with the Four Times Table.
- This is Forty's second appearance in Series 5.
- This is the first time Thirty-Six was seen as an oblong.
- This is the first time the Four Fours were seen with their hats since Divide and Drive. This, however, isn't exactly true... (see errors)
- This is the first time since Twenty-Eight's debut in where she demonstrated her "Pattern Pioneer" personality.
- If one listens closely, you can hear the Four Fours' voice when they say "Four Fours".
- The graffiti that can be briefly seen at the start and some other times was reused from Fourteen. However, Ten is not visible in the scene at all. For most of the episode, it is obscured by arrows.
- When the multiples of Four each do their verse, 32 is the only time where the Fours don't smash together sideways.
- This episode shows that Numberblocks don't necessarily keep their respective Numberlings when they are together, the Numberling may just be the sum.
- In Thirty-Six's section of the song there's a reference to Michael Jackson's “Bad”.
- Only even numbers appear in this episode. The first time was Two Times Shoe Shop.
- This is the first times tables episode that outside never appeared.
- In one of the pixelated parts of the episode, the lights from the Numberlings can't be seen.
- The Four Times Table's eyes grow during one "(x) Four(s) (is/are) (y)"
- The Four Fours' hats are really from Thirteen.
- In one scene (shown in the image), seven fours are standing on colored squares. However, the blue and green colors are swapped.
||One, Another One, Two, Three, One, Two, Three!, Four, Five, Three Little Pigs, Off We Go, How to Count, Stampolines, The Whole of Me, The Terrible Twos, Holes, Hide and Seek
||Ten out of Ten
||Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Just Add One, Blast Off, Counting Sheep, Double Trouble, The Three Threes, Odds and Evens, Fluffies, The Two Tree, Numberblock Castle, Ten Green Bottles
||Once Upon A Time, Blockzilla, The Numberblocks Express, Fruit Salad, Zero, Now We Are Six To Ten, Numberblobs, Building Blocks, Peekaboo!, Hiccups, What's the Difference?, Numberblock Rally, Five and Friends, Octoblock to the Rescue!, Ten Again
|Fifteen and Friends
||Flatland, Pattern Palace, The Legend of Big Tum, Mirror, Mirror, The Wrong Number, Eleven, Twelve, The Way of the Rectangle, Ride the Rays, Block Star, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Tween Scenes, Step Squads
||Fifteen's Minute of Fame, On Your Head, Ten's Place, Balancing Bridge, Sixteen, Square Club, Seventeen, Eighteen, Loop the Loop, Nineteen, Twenty, Tall Stories, Flights of Fancy, I Can Count to Twenty, Heist
||Sign of the Times, Fun Times Fair, The Lair of Shares, Terrible Twosday, Divide and Drive, Twenty-One and On, We're Going on a Square Hunt, Thirty's Big Top, Land of the Giants, Fifty, Sixty's High Score, The Big One, One Hundred, One Thousand and One, More To Explore
||Your Turn, Now You See Us, Ten's Top Ten, What's My Number?, Fun Times One Times Table, The Many Friends of Twenty, Ten Vaulting, Twoland, Two Times Shoe Shop, Odd Side Story, How Rectangly!, Rectangle Racers, The Team Factor, Hidden Talents, Making Patterns
||Now in 3D, Club Picnic, Too Many Threes, Circus of Threes, Figure It Out, Snow Day Doubles, Steps Versus Squares, Puzzle Square, Four on the Floor, Sky High Fives, One Giant Step Squad, Square on the Moon, Heroes With Zeroes, What If?, 100 Ways to Leave the Planet
||The Treasure of Hexagon Island, Double Back, About Time, The Twelve Days of Christmas, (eight unknown specials)
||Numberblocks Theme Song, Fourth Wall Breaks