Al: Let's review your symptoms one more time, Harvey. Lack of
movement, rear end is hard and plastic-like, emits a strange whirring
sound. Oh! I know what it is! Harvey's just being sucked into the
vacuum cleaner, that's all.
Bobbie: What would happen if I never brushed my teeth?
Al: Well, now there's a very pressing question, Bobbie. Say, why don't
we just stop everything and watch this incredibly entertaining and
Announcer: We use our teeth everyday. To smile and to bite things. But
what happens if we neglect our teeth? They might wind up looking like
this or this or this. Ewww!
So how can we keep our teeth healthy and
clean? First of all, visit your dentist every day and bring along a
friend to watch. Also, when you eat cake, chew with your mouth closed.
Don't be a pig. When you eat stinky food, hold your nose. And don't
eat too many sugar cubes either. It's also a good idea to check your
teeth in a mirror every five minutes or so just to make sure they're
still there. And most importantly, learn the proper way to brush. A
lot of kids try to brush their teeth without actually putting the
toothbrush inside their mouths, like these kids. Silly. Brushing your
cheek doesn't do any good. you've got to take your teeth out of your
mouth first, and then brush them!
So remember, brush! Brush as if your
life depended on it. Be nice to your teeth, or else you'll have to
eat everything through a straw.
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money? Impress your friends? Be like me and know everything in the
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Albert Einstein: I did.
Al: Pretty soon, I'm going to be the most educated guy you've ever
Delivery Guy: Gee, that's, that's really good. Let me just find a pen
for you here, okay? Would you mind holding this? It's my PhD in
Anthropology, my degree in Quantum Physics. Oh, Nobel Prize. Oh, here
we go. Here's a pen. You're going to need something to bear down on,
though. Here, use my Master's thesis on sub-atomic particles. Here we
go, all ready! Thanks a lot! Oh, and good luck.
Al: Hey! 30 Seconds to Martial Arts Mastery! Now this sounds
cool! "To begin your martial arts training, look behind you."
Kuni: Hi-ah! Hello, little sensei! My name is Kuni, I will be your
Judo instructor for the next 30 seconds.
Al: Okay, well what do I--
Kuni: No questions! We are on a very serious schedule here! Now, the
martial arts I am to teach you are only to be used for defense, not
for attack. Let's begin. Attack me!
Al: But you said that--
Kuni: I know what I said. Attack me!
Al: Okay. AAAAAH!
(Al sharges Kuni and Kuni disposes of Al)
Al: Ow! Well, that was kind of painful.
Kuni: Well, what do you expect? You attack me! Ah, with pain comes
wisdom, little wood tick.
Kuni: YOU'RE SO STUPID!
Al: Hey! It happened! My spirit left my body! Okay, concentrate.
What's my purpose in life? How do I want to use this limitless
oportunity? I think I'll watch some TV!
Announcer: Can't sleep? Congested? Runny nose? Sore throat, nagging
cough? Fever and sinus infection? Dizzy, nauseous, disoriented?
Constipated? Memory loss? A little crazy? Can't shake your evil self?
Haunted house? Knight in shining armor? CIA agent? Upside down
person? Golden retriever? Huge beach ball? Miss America? Flying
(Al turns off TV)
(Al studying from books)
Al: "The blue nostriled pigeon keeps its young inside its left ear
for the entire period of gestation."
(Close book and picks up another one.)
"King Henry III had a wart on his kneecap in the shape of a small
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summer? Try Camp Super fun! Camp Superfun is the perfect camp for
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Al: You know, our time is about up for this week, but I hope we've
all learned an important lesson here today. And that is that real
knowledge can't be paid for in three easy installments of $19.95;
real knowledge takes work and sacrifice and PIZZA! And a really good
reading lamp so you don't hurt you reyes. So until next week, remember
to always, always, always wear shark repellent because you never know
when one's gonna -- AAAAAHHH!
(Al falls down as a shark attacks him.)