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With all the great press The Brain Scoop has been getting lately, it's time to put our best foot forward!


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The Brain Scoop is written and hosted by:
Emily Graslie

Created By:
Hank Green

Directed, Edited, Animated, and Scored by:
Michael Aranda

Production Assistant:
Katie Kirby

Filmed on Location and Supported by:
The Field Museum in Chicago, IL
(http://www.fieldmuseum.org)

Thanks for so eloquently translating this inspiring episode, Andrés García Molero, Evan Liao, Martina Šafusová, and Seth Bergenholtz!
Emily: The Braaaaain Scooooooop!

E: Just to clarify, there are two different spe— genus— geniuses.Just to fl- Just to clarify, there are two different plants that cau— Just to clarify, there are two different plants that associ—

E: Te— th— beh. Nope.

E: The growth of ma— blah-bwah. Nope, not even close.

E: Live. In the elevator. Of the Field Museum. This is the staff elevator; you can't actually get into this elevator if you tried.

E: Many— Many— Mmmmmmmmmmany many many many many.

E: This is the DNA lab, where they— BLAA.

E: Would you be interested in meeting a group of your fans at the Field Museum? No.
Michael: Never.
E: Never.

E: ...planning upcoming episodes for the Fiel— faaa— for the Field Museum! Merhh, duh.

E: Many tax— Many— I don't know what's happening.

E: ... and they're filled with air sacs.
M: It sounded like you said "air sex."
E: Air sex! They're full of air sex! That sounds great.

E: ... but all must be ad— vent...I'm just making words up. "Addent?" What am I saying?
M: I don't know!
E: I think I had a stroke. N— d— e— n— dah— i— dah— dah— n— Neh.

E: ...we have— qui-kwew-byup-yup-yep-bep-bep-bep

E: Those are the bones that store the majority of the marrow. (burps)
M: Are the— There it is.

E: All of the plants in this hall are made by hand!
M: Do you wanna say they're made of wax?
E: ...They're made of— by hand.
M: What?
E: They're not made from glass.

E: Hep-a-dip-dip-dip-dip.

E: Early hominids! That was dumb.

M: You made some intelligent points. Also, I like this because you are hot. (Laughing) Good.

E: ...for display that haaaaaaaAaAaAaaahhh... 
Raah-aaan... bwip-bip-bew-b-dip-be-nen.

E: Does the c- aaaaah.

E: I'm SO enthusiastic!

E: YAHH. YEAAHH!

E: Please tell me you weren't recording that one.

E: Structurally— Structuralillli— All—
H-nyeh a-byih.

E: When a caterpillar liquor-fies— Liquor-fies. Liquefies! Liquor-fies.

E: And then just go, "No, you're a dodo!"
It's time again for quehhhh.

E: We're not like $%@#!& $!@$& @(&# here, !&^@%#. Don't put that in the video.

E: ... of different speci- ah, %#@&.

E: ...two common types of mistletoe. Mistletoe. Mistle. Toe. What a @&#$%! weird name: mistle-toe?! Mistletoe.

E: Geolog— Geology! Rocks! Minerals!... ...psssssss—what was the other adjective?
Geology! Rocks! Minerals!... Gems! @#^$%!

E: ... are active— gaaahh

E: Meticulous, meticulous. Butts. Ergh. The hides w—

E: ...and the moth will use acidic spit to break down the walls of the cocoon in order to emerge. Sounds like my first kiss.

E: ...research projects which can— eh. Projects which can. Projects. Which ca-e-dk-a-dk-a...

E: ...all different... kinds of... fash-bax-berhh.

E: Merh. Meh-meh meehhhh.

[Assorted meh's, blaughh's, and other incomprehensible sounds]

E: The cells undergo a change I forgot the rest of the script already. Back to you.

M: What's happening on the scene, Emily?
E: We're going up— we just passed the second floor and now we are approaching the third floor. Um, I'm— I'm getting word that the elevator doors are going to—they are opening!

(Credits)

E: I think I had a stroke.