NOW THIS is what we call obscure. Apparently, Oskar was a ten-year-old kid in a rural village, who gets bored one summer and decides to build a laser, as you do. Oskar goes to a lecture about lasers, and thus makes a laser (out of a bit of glass painted red – no rubies required in this tale) which he totes about in a sort of wooden box a bit like a a school satchel. Strangely, he never had to plug it in after the first episode or so. The laser causes all manner of mayhem on the farm, his dad flips out and confiscates it, he gets pissed off and sneaks out one night with the laser and Kina (a goose, of course) in tow. The laser starts talking to him and advising him to head off to… some kind of wacky adventures or something. Much later whole thing ended with multiple tear-jerker when said laser ran out of power and shut down for good. We’re continually surprised as to how many people actually recall this badly overdubbed (an English narrator’s voice barely conceals the original Eurodialogue still faintly audible underneath) wonder.