Get Your Freak On

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Episode 370/2x114
Get Your Freak On

I'm a genius freak

Blogger Emma
Date Posted December 11th, 2007
Forum 15267|3=lg15}}
Length 2:36
Description Get to know my new friend.
Location(s) The rented house
YouTube Tags lonelygirl15 bree danielbeast daniel jonastko jonas lg15
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried
Series Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Supervising Producer(s) Mary Feuer
Director(s) Marcello Daciano
Camera Justin Thompson
Vidplay Mary Feuer
Story Mary Feuer, Jan Libby, Jonathan Robert Kaplan, and Mesh Flinders
Editor(s) Kevin Schlanser
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Emma Katherine Pawlak
Dr. Calvin Hart Sean Vincent Biggins
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Get Your Freak On is the three-hundred seventieth video in the lonelygirl15 video series. It is also the one-hundred fourteenth video of season two.


Emma: (Grabs a spoon off of the counter and uses it as a microphone.) Dr. Calvin Hart. Genius or freak?

Dr. Hart: (Laughs.) Can't I be both?

Emma: (Laughs.) Well, you heard it here first, folks; this man is a genius-freak. So you saw on Friday how he got us out of that Verdus Pharmaceutical lab, right? Five security guards - with guns - and this man gets us out with nothing else but one ounce of apple juice. See Jonas, take a lesson: no guns. Apple juice!

Dr. Hart: Shh! You have to let me finish.

Emma: (Laughs.) He's working. See, he doesn't like to be interrupted while he's genius-freaking.

(Emma walks into the kitchen and places the camera on the counter. She gets out a glass, and then brings a tray of chocolate chip cookies over to the camera while smelling them. Fast-forward of Emma putting the cookies on a plate. The scene cuts to Emma carrying the plate with a glass of milk and the camera over to Dr. Hart.)

Emma: Alright. (Places the cookies next to Dr. Hart's laptop.) Dr. Hart's gonna take a break now.

Dr. Hart: He is, is he?

Emma: Yeah, come one, I made you these.

Dr. Hart: (Looks at the cookies.) Alright.

(Dr. Hart closes his laptop and Emma laughs.)

Emma: So tell me about Gina.

Dr. Hart: (Stops smiling.) She was fun. Like you. She was a fun girl.

Emma: (Laughs.) Really? She didn't look so fun in those videos.

Dr. Hart: Well, you have to understand she was really sick then. The first thirteen years of her life, Gina was... Well, I was always amazed at how up she was. How strong and happy.

(Cut to Dr. Hart sitting down with Emma on the couch.)

Dr. Hart: Well, as Gina realized she might- That she wasn't getting any better, she didn't want to be locked up anymore, like a lab rat.

Emma: Well, isn't that why you took her to the concert?

Dr. Hart: I was going to... Gina was the eleventh patient in the Hart Study. It was named after me. Believe that? A program responsible for the deaths of-

Emma: No. You didn't know, though. I mean, you were just trying to help people.

Dr. Hart: If I hadn't been so blind... If I wasn't so ambitious, then I would have known. And there was Gina...

Emma: Yeah, and wasn't she thirteen before she started to go trait negative?

Dr. Hart: For some reason her body stopped responding to the treatment we'd been giving her. Fevers, colds... Immune suppression. But then it got worse. It got a lot worse.

Emma: That's what would have happened to me, huh?

Dr. Hart: But as long as you stay positive...

Emma: Oh, I'm positive. I'm a glass-half-full kind of girl.

Dr. Hart: Yes you are. Now are you gonna help me eat these cookies, or what?

Emma: (Laughs.) I thought you'd never ask.


  • Dr. Hart implies that Gina died before she got a chance to go to the concert.
  • "Stay positive" may be a pun advising Emma of staying trait positive.
  • This title contains yet another sexual connotation.