Proving Science Wrong!
Bree: So today, we're going to take a few basic scientific principles and prove them wrong. First up is the Uncertainty Principle. The Uncertainty Principle states that no one can truly observe the universe in its present state, because as soon as you look at it, it changes. (Cut to Bree facing left.) Like now. (Cut to Bree facing away from the camera.) Or now. (Cut to Bree sitting on her bed.) Or now. (Cut to Bree doing a headstand, braced against the far wall.) Or now. (Bree looms in huge closeup, her head nearly filling the frame.) Or now. (cut to Bree back in her seat at the desk) So when Daniel comes over today and does absolutely nothing, I'm gonna stare at him.
(Cut to Daniel lying on Bree's bed, examining the digital video camera which will later be used to film the outdoor episodes. There is a black platter of Triscuits on the bed. Bree is leaning on the bed facing Daniel, staring silently. Daniel seems unfazed.)
Daniel: Yes? (Daniel still examines the camera.) What would you liiiiike.....?
(Daniel finally closes the camera and wordlessly gets into a staring contest with Bree.)
Bree: (lying on her stomach on the bed) So there you have it. I've done everything to try and make him move... and as you can see, (She looks back at Daniel, fiddling with the camera again and eating crackers.) he hasn't. Looks like the Uncertainty Principle is a bucket of suds. Next time? The Tolstoy Principle. I hope you'll join me next time for another exciting installment of 'Proving Science Wrong.' Oh! (Cut to Bree sitting crosslegged on the bed staring at Daniel again while he plays with the camera again and eats crackers again. She keeps staring as she takes and eats a cracker.)
- This video has not migrated to Revver.com due to the prominence of Bree's Napoleon Dynamite movie poster.
- This is the first episode in which the entire Aleister Crowley picture can be seen on the wall.
- The tags in this video Brian Greene are a reference to a famous quantum physicist.
- The Uncertainty Principle was developed by Werner Heisenberg, not Brian Greene.
- "The Tolstoy Principle" is actually called The Anna Karenina Principle, and is a reference to Jared Diamond's "Guns, Germs and Steel."