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  • One more thing I wanted to--

  • Can we take a break and maybe do this after that?

  • It seems like we've been going a while.

  • Andy?

  • Yeah.

  • Shhh.

  • OK.

  • I just wonder if we should take a break here.

  • I know schools are closed right now

  • and parents are having to become teachers for their kids.

  • I don't have kids of my own.

  • That's why if these walls could talk they would say, thank you.

  • But I want to help out as best I can.

  • So I thought I would ask an outside expert

  • to teach a lesson.

  • The only person I have outside is Andy.

  • He's going to be my expert.

  • Andy, there's a lesson plan.

  • There's an envelope I left outside this morning

  • in the bushes kind of where you are.

  • Keep going.

  • There's a-- look for an envelope.

  • You sure?

  • Yeah, I'm sure.

  • Careful for the snakes.

  • I got it.

  • There.

  • All right.

  • You're going to open that up.

  • You're going to tell us what subject

  • we'll be learning about today.

  • Oh, God.

  • Read it?

  • Yep.

  • Today's lesson will be about biology, specifically

  • the human body.

  • All right.

  • And what makes you an expert on the human body?

  • It's not a-- all right, just read.

  • Just read?

  • Yeah.

  • The first part of the body I want to tell you about

  • is the [LAUGHS] coccyx.

  • The coccyx is a tiny little bone.

  • This little bone is located at the bottom of your spine.

  • You have two bursae.

  • A bursa [LAUGHS] is a fatty sack.

  • OK, very educational.

  • That's good for the kids to know.

  • Coccyx and a fatty sac.

  • All right, what do you have next?

  • Next, we have the ah-villa, which is--

  • No, no.

  • --it's pronounced-- it says it--

  • uvula.

  • Uvula.

  • The uvula is a long [SIGHS].

  • The uvula is a long--

  • Uvula!

  • --the uvula a lot is a long, fleshy organ that hangs down

  • in the back of your mouth.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • I'm going to pass out.

  • Its name comes from the Latin word for grape.

  • Some people say it looks like a tiny [LAUGHS] hanging ball.

  • This cannot make it into the show.

  • The uvula contains glands--

  • Uvula!

  • --the uvula contains glands that secrete fluids that help--

  • I'm done-- lubrication.

  • OK--

  • Please don't make me say it.

  • --there's one more, I think.

  • Please be the last thing.

  • [DEEP BREATH] The last thing I want to tell you about is--

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • --the last thing I want to tell you about is piloerection.

  • Piloerection is the reflex that produces goosebumps.

  • Everyone can get a piloerection.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • I can get a piloerection.

  • Even you can get a piloerection.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Is that not enough?

  • It's enough.

  • Oh, my God.

  • All right.

  • Thanks, Andy

  • Oh yeah, thank you.

  • Tune in next time when I have Andy

  • teach you about trees and all the different nuts.

  • [LAUGHS]

One more thing I wanted to--

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安迪平均給大家上了一堂重要的生物課。 (Average Andy Gives an Important Lesson About Biology)

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