Measure for Measure is the second half of the forty-seventh episode of Ready Jet Go!.
Jet, Sydney, Sean, Mindy, and Sunspot decide to make a scaled replica of the solar system using found items in their own neighborhood and in doing so learn that an Astronomical Unit is the distance from the Earth to the Sun.
The episode starts off in Jet's garage, with Jet balancing 3 oranges on his nose. Sean comes in and shows the gang a map of the neighborhood his parents gave him. Sydney points out her house, and Jet points out the Petersons' house. Sunspot points at the Deep Space Array, and Mindy points to where her first tooth fell out. Sean points out how close his house is to Jet's, and how Mindy's house is far away from the treehouse. Jet says he loves maps. Mindy asks what other maps are there. Sunspot presents a Bortronian hologram map, similar to the ones seen in Back to Bortron 7. Sean notices that the inner planets are closer to each other, and Sydney notices that the outer planets are farther apart.
- Jet Propulsion
- Sean Rafferty
- Sydney Skelley
- Mindy Melendez
- Sunspot Propulsion
- Jet 2 (character)
- When Jet is figuring out how many astronomical units Neptune is from the Sun using the fold-out book, a video-progress bar is shown that looks like the ones seen on YouTube videos. Sunspot uses the video-progress bar to fast forward.
- At the end of the episode, when Jet, Sean, and Sydney are trying to get Cody back after he ran away, the video-progress bar appears again and Sunspot uses it to stop the episode.
- This is the second time that Cody is seen without Mitchell, the first time being in My Fair Jet.
- Sunspot is used as a unit of measure.
- "Measure for Measure" is also the name of an episode of another PBS Kids show, Cyberchase.
- Here are the objects that the kids use for their solar system replica:
- Jet 2 - the sun.
- A golf ball - Mercury.
- Soccer ball - Venus.
- A soccer ball painted to look like Earth - Earth.
- A pink lawn flamingo - Mars.
- Sunspot's pet house - Jupiter.
- Mindy hula-hooping - Saturn.
- Cody - Uranus.
- A trampoline - Neptune.