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    Train Ride Of Shame (Babysitter 8 Ft. SomethingElseYT)
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    Train Ride Of Shame (Babysitter 8 Ft. SomethingElseYT)

    October 24, 2019

    MEH FIRST SUBTITLE EVER ๐Ÿ˜€ It started out as a romantic adventure.:/ Wait, where are you going? She took off. Yeah I have looked at an art school but this was not how she was supposed to find out then she hopped this turnstile jumped on a train and I’m like All right. Wait, you didn’t what I don’t want to do this So it was either jump this turnstile or get caught by the subscribe button DUNDUNDUN It wasn’t that dramatic but I did have to hop on a train now on a movie this is probably where we’d get split up and I’d spend the rest of the video trying to find her but This was worse. I Didn’t know what to say. Why didn’t you tell me I Don’t know I hadn’t decided yet. So I’m not part of the decision I guess I could have said something sooner and that’s the story of my life. Yes I should have said something sooner the Alex Clark story written by Alex is an idiot I’m I I don’t have to go to that school. You don’t get it. Do you? I want to show you something what I Didn’t know where we were going, but I wanted to go home by the way Thanks, if you click the like button, I appreciate you watching the videos After we got off that train she showed me something like this You could do that like right now, how’s that gonna get us home? No, they just remind me of you if you want to go to art school I think you should I just wanted you to tell me in the first place I’m sorry And sorry my sister kind of stranded us here. Wait on the phone. She did mention something My uncle. No I didn’t have any relatives in Boston But my uncle would commute two hours in to work at this fancy high secure Bank and my sister told my girlfriend to get off the government center because that’s where the bank was now I’d only been There once or twice but Boston’s not that big we can find it So we spent a couple hours getting lost and then getting lost again, but eventually I started recognizing stuff That’s my dad’s favorite place in Boston the street with free parking and that’s my dad’s favorite coffee shop unlimited free refills So that means right over here is the bank

    Detroit Light Rail – Bright Side 3
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    Detroit Light Rail – Bright Side 3

    October 17, 2019

    Our next segment will focus on an exciting
    project coming soon to Detroit. The M1 Woodward Avenue light rail project will connect downtown
    Detroit with the city limits at 8 mile road. It will be one of the first mass transit light
    rail projects in the state of Michigan. So the city of Detroit in 2006 started analyzing.
    If we’re going to build rapid transit somewhere in Detroit, where should be do it and what
    should it be? And they decided after several years of study that it should be a light rail
    type of line and it should be right along Woodward Avenue. So for at least five years now the city of
    Detroit has been working on developing light rail. A lot of cities around the country have
    a light rail. It’s an on street rail line where the rail is built right into the ground
    and there are overhead electric lines. So its’ a lot like a bus in that it drives on
    the street, but it’s a lot faster and generally more reliable, more attractive, more convenient
    than regular busses are. Fully a third of the people within the city
    of Detroit don’t have their own cars, and so they really need to have other transportation
    choices. But even more so, in city after city around the country in communities that have
    developed light rail you’ve seen enormous economic development. People want to live
    and work and shop and play near convenient public transit. And so developers know that
    and they really build a lot of new hotels and lofts and condos and restaurants in much
    more dense, walkable communities. So we really believe that this Woodward light
    rail can be an economic development catalyst for the city of Detroit. They actually just completed a critical step
    on developing an environmental impact study which the federal government requires, and
    making the final decisions about where exactly the line’s going to go, where the stops are
    going to be. They’ve lined up most of the funding at this point and they’re going to
    be moving into the detailed engineering. Construction could start as early as next year and should
    be… we should be riding in about 2015. I really see Detroit and really this whole
    region is at a bit of a fork in the road. We’ve obviously had some enormous difficulties
    and there is a chance that if we don’t make some major changes in how we develop and how
    we invest in making Detroit a place people really want to be, we really could continue
    down on a downward spiral. But I think we’re also at a cusp of something
    much greater. There’s so many people who are excited to make a positive difference in Detroit
    and are trying their little piece at a time. I don’t think that the light rail will necessarily
    solve all of Detroit’s problems but it could really be a catalyst to focusing a lot of
    the development, a lot of the new energy, a lot of the new entrepreneurial spirit along
    this Woodward corridor and really demonstrate what’s possible in Detroit in a very exciting
    and positive way. I really do think that this Woodward light
    rail project can be a catalyst for something great for Detroit

    Freight Train – Animated Children’s Book
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    Freight Train – Animated Children’s Book

    October 15, 2019

    Freight Train, by Donald Crews
    A train runs across this track Red caboose at the back
    Orange tank car next Yellow hopper car
    Green cattle car Blue gondola car
    Purple box car A black tender
    And a black steam engine Freight train Moving
    Going through tunnels Going by cities
    Crossing trestles Moving in darkness
    Moving in daylight Going, going… Gone.


    Tokyo Go | A Mickey Mouse Cartoon | Disney Shows

    October 12, 2019

    Phew! (YELPING)
    Grrr! Ahhh!
    Grrr! Ahhh!
    Grrr! Oh! (STRAINING) (SCREAMING) Ooh! Oh!
    Oh! Oh!

    RWBY Volume 2, Chapter 11: No Brakes | Rooster Teeth
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    RWBY Volume 2, Chapter 11: No Brakes | Rooster Teeth

    October 10, 2019

    𝆕There’s a point where it tips 𝆕 𝆕 There’s a point where it breaks 𝆕 𝆕 There’s a point where it bends 𝆕 𝆕 And a point we just can’t take 𝆕 𝆕 Anymore 𝆕 𝆕 There’s a line that we’ll cross 𝆕 𝆕 and there’s no return 𝆕 𝆕 There’s a time and a place 𝆕 𝆕 No bridges left to burn 𝆕 𝆕 Anymore 𝆕 𝆕 We can’t just wait with lives at stake 𝆕 𝆕 until they think we’re ready 𝆕 𝆕 Our enemies are gathering 𝆕 𝆕 The storm is growing deadly 𝆕 𝆕 Now it’s time to say goodbye 𝆕 𝆕 To the things we loved 𝆕 𝆕 and the innocence of youth 𝆕 𝆕 How the time seemed to fly 𝆕 𝆕 From our carefree lives 𝆕 𝆕 and the solitude and peace we always knew 𝆕 [Roman]: Wow, you are much more manageable without that oversized gardening tool of yours. Oh, man. Ya know, Perry, I really did need this. But seriously… How’d ya find this place, Red? Huh? Whoa! I see you’ve got some tricks up your sleeve. Let me make this clear. We’re not through here yet. *explosion* Oh, what the-? Perry, if you and the boys could take care of that? Kind of in the middle of something. *explosion* What is going on here?! [White Fang Member]: Run! [Roman]: Somebody kill her! *metal squealing* [Roman]: Attach this car, and spread the word. We’re starting the train. [WF Member]: But we’re not finished. [Roman]: Do it, or you’re finished! [Yang]: Ruby! [Weiss]: Are you okay? [Ruby]: I’m fine! I’m fine! But listen… Torchwick’s got all sorts of weapons and robots down there. [Blake]: What? [Ruby]: Androids, mechs – they’re all loaded up on the train cars. [Oobleck]: Ah, that’s ridiculous! These tunnels are sealed. The tracks lead to a dead end. *intercom ringing* [White Fang Member]: (over intercom) Get to your places, we are leaving now! *train horn* [Yang]: Well, it sounds like they’re going somewhere. [Ruby]: We need backup! Let me call Jaune. I can’t get through! [Weiss]: So, what do we do? [Oobleck]: I believe we only have one option. [Ruby]: We’re stopping that train. *thud* [WF Member]: Huh? I think they’re on the – [WF Member]: Boss! They made it on the train! [Roman]: Then grab some cargo and get them off the train! Manic animals, every one of ’em. Not you though, you’re, heh… …you’re great. [Oobleck]: Hurry, children! We must get to the front and stop this train! [Weiss]: Uh… Professor? [Oobleck]: Doctor. [Weiss]: What’s that? [Oobleck]: That, my dear… appears to be a bomb. [Ruby]: We’ve got baddies! [Oobleck]: Well, I didn’t expect them to go… …easy on us… Time to go! Blake! Detach the caboose! It will kill us all! [Blake]: On it! Huh?! It decoupled itself! [Oobleck]: What?! [Yang]: I guess he really doesn’t want us on this train. [Oobleck]: That’s not good… [Ruby]: Uh, neither is this! [Blake]: Another bomb?! [Oobleck]: No, no, no… They all have bombs! [Yang]: This doesn’t make sense! [WF Member]: Get the humans! [Oobleck]: Oh…dear… He’s leading Grimm to the city! [Weiss]: What?! [Oobleck]: It’s the cars! They detach and explode, creating openings for the Grimm! [Blake]: That’s insane! [Oobleck]: We have to hurry! You three! Go below and try and stop those bombs! [Ruby]: What about us? [Oobleck]: We’re going to stop this train. [Ruby]: Yeah, I know. I said that earlier. [Oobleck]: Up ahead! We’ve got a problem! [Zwei]: Ruff! [Zwei]: Ruff! [Yang]: I guess this is what we trained for. [Weiss]: Here. This should help you. [Yang]: You two go on ahead. This one’s mine. *metal screeching* [Weiss]: You go on ahead. [Blake]: Got it! *chainsaw revving* [Lieutenant]: Finally, I get to kill a Schnee. [Roman]: Hello, Kitty Cat. Ya miss me? You know, we really oughtta stop meeting like this. People are gonna talk. [Roman]: Why are we fighting? I saw you at the rally. We’re on the same side, and you know it. [Lieutenant]: Come ‘ere, Princess. [Roman]: Ooh, still feisty. So, what are we gonna do now? Do you really think a little bow on top is gonna make people forget what you were? What you’ve done? [Roman]: So what’s it gonna be, Blake? *chainsaw revs* [Oobleck]: Ruby! You go on ahead! [Ruby]: But- [Oobleck]: Don’t worry, Ruby. It’s time I teach them a lesson. [Zwei: *whimper* [Ruby]: Go. [Zwei]: Ruff! [Yang]: What do we do?! *boom* *persistent ringing* *alarms blaring* *rumbling* *people screaming* (Vav) We’re here to help you, we’re super heroes! (Vav) Boot! *stretch, smack!* (Xray) Glove! *stretch, smack!* (Vav) *stretch, slosh* Ooh that’s nice. (Xray) Awesome xray vision! (Hilda) Super heroes, really? ♪ X-ray and Vav! ♪ (Xray) Ooohh! (Cat) Reeeooww! *smack!* (Xray) Boooosh! (Xray and Vav) Awesome! *clap!* *ding!* ♪ Xray and Vav ♪


    How To Train Your Dragon 2: How It Should Have Ended

    September 15, 2019

    I can teach you all the things I’ve learned these past 20 years like… Wow! Or if you press his elbow like this… it activates his wolverine claws! Oh What!? Or if you press here… it will turn him into his “Alpha” mode. *roar* Whoa!! And do this, and he has the ability to speak! Hello, everyone, my name’s Toothless. Whoa! Mom! How do you know all of this? I’ve been a really bad mother. How To Train Your Dragon 2: How It Should Have Ended I’ve waited a long time for this! You can not take our dragons! They are controlled by the alpha! Then it’s a good thing I brought a challenger. *screaming* Daaaad! What?! You killed him! Uh huh. Awgh.. I wanted to change his mind about dragons… and stop a war peacefully! He was gonna kill my wife! … And I was carrying my axe… plus I’m a viking so… you know. *sigh* yeah OK. I guess that’s true Thanks, Dad. Well, now that’s done… Let’s all go home. One Big Happy Family! *alpha roars* Uh Oh. *spits fire* *squak* Oh! Never-mind. Hey. I’ve been thinking a lot lately… uh… How come all the adults in our village have really strong accents… But the younger people don’t? That is so weird! Hmmph! Tell me about it!

    Why the UK Runs Trains to Nowhere
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    Why the UK Runs Trains to Nowhere

    September 6, 2019

    This video was made possible by Squarespace. Build your website for 10% off at This train should not exist, and, if were
    up to the train company, it wouldn’t, but it’s not. You see, in the UK, trains work off a franchising
    system where the UK government awards contracts to different private companies to
    operate rail services. For example Virgin Trains East
    Coast operate the east coast route, ScotRail operates most trains in Scotland, TransPennine
    express operates many trains to and from Manchester, and there are about two dozen other
    operators, but this particular train that shouldn’t exist is operated by Chiltern
    Railways. They
    mostly operate trains to smaller towns between London and Birmingham and all of their trains
    to London terminate at Marylebone station…
    except for one—this one. This particular train
    operates from the nearby London Paddington station—the terminus for Great Western and
    Heathrow Express services. But Chiltern railways has to operate services
    to London Paddington because this document says so—their franchise
    agreement. This document is basically the
    contract between the railway company and the UK government so to modify this document they
    have to ask the government and, as we all know, sometimes governments aren’t very
    efficient. So here’s your super simple guide to closing
    a railway route in Britain. Step one: perform
    a “transport appraisal.” This is basically an analysis of the effects
    that the line closure will have on passengers, the environment, and the economy. The strait-forward three stage fourteen step
    process of creating a transport appraisal is explained in this handy 35 page document
    featuring this super user-friendly flowchart. Once you’ve completed that, just give it
    to the UK Department of Transport who will analyze your
    analysis. Step two: publish your proposal of
    closure including the findings of your transport appraisal six months before the proposed closure
    in one local newspaper circulating near the proposed closure and in two national newspapers
    for two weeks continuously. Step three: open a twelve-week consultation
    period including public hearings where anyone who disagrees with the
    closure can protest. Once you’ve completed those
    three easy steps, then you’ll hand everything over to the Office of Rail and Road who will
    decide whether or not you can close the line. As you might have been able to tell from my
    not-at-all-sarcastic explanation, it’s not easy
    to close a franchised rail route, but nowhere in the agreement does it say how often Chiltern
    Railways has to operate their route to Paddington—it just says they need to. So they operate it…
    once per day. Now compared to the US where cities as big
    as Houston, Texas only see three trains a week and have stations that look
    like this, a daily service from Paddington probably
    seems normal, but the station this service goes to, High Wycombe, sees 95 trains a day
    from the normal London station—Marylebone. One train per day is nothing for a UK train
    route, especially from London. Chiltern Railways, like many other train companies,
    have decided it’s just easier and cheaper to operate an infrequent
    service to fulfill their franchise agreement instead
    of going through the rather expensive formal closure process. But some rail companies have pushed the boundaries
    of what is considered “service” to an extreme. Northern’s franchise agreement requires
    them to operate a train between Stockport and Stalybridge which they fulfill by running
    one train, one-way, once per week. Between
    Stockport and Stalybridge there are two stations which are therefore serviced by one train
    per week. Closing stations is just as difficult as closing
    lines so they won’t do it. Denton station
    therefore recorded only 144 passengers in the past year while Reddish South saw just
    94. Thirty
    miles to the north, London Midland is required to operate services to Barlaston Railway Station,
    but companies are allowed to temporarily operate rail replacement buses during maintenance. This company, however, has interpreted “temporary”
    as 13 years as they’ve operated rail replacement busses to this station since 2004
    to fulfill their obligation. The Chiltern Railways service from London
    Paddington to High Wycombe is definitively unprofitable. On many days there are zero passengers. On the day this footage was filmed, there
    was only one. This bureaucratic closure process is meant
    to protect the public by preventing companies from closing unprofitable smaller
    stations, but in reality most of what is does is make
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    Real Reason These 5 America’s Richest Families Went Broke
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    Real Reason These 5 America’s Richest Families Went Broke

    September 1, 2019

    This episode is brought to you by Dashlane;
    Try Dashlane Premium free for 30 days at and never forget another password and keep
    all your online accounts secure! In the 1800s when the USA was growing into
    the powerhouse it is today, a lot of families were getting rich. This was called the gilded age. Some made a fortune from things like the gold
    rush, while others just had great ideas. Thanks to a guy called Levi Strauss we got
    blue jeans, something he invented during the Gold Rush for people who needed sturdier work
    pants. He amassed great wealth thanks to his nifty
    invention. Prior to this some of the wealthiest people
    were plantation owners, merchants, statesmen, and then came the bankers, real estate moguls,
    and those working in the oil and railroad industries. In the 20th century others made fortunes,
    too, or should we say fickle fortunes. Some families managed to retain their wealth,
    while others lost it all, or most of it. Those are the people we’ll talk about today. The Pulitzers
    We’ll start with a name we think many of you will be familiar with. The reason you might have heard the name is
    because there is an award called the Pulitzer Prize. This is given to people who have created something
    great, either in literature, journalism, music, and more. But do you know why we have this prize at
    all? Well, that’s because a kind man called Joseph
    Pulitzer gave Columbia University a bunch of money to start a journalism school in 1892. This was the world’s first journalism school. Joseph had amassed quite a fortune in the
    newspaper business and wanted a country full of great reporters. He got depressed, sick, and died, but in 1917
    his name lived on when the first Pulitzer prize as we know it today was awarded. But that’s not why we are here today. What we want to know is what happened to all
    his cash? The answer is his grandson Peter Pulitzer
    invested a lot of that fortune in an 800-acre citrus farm, but that didn’t go well because
    the trees got sick from something called citrus canker. This is a bacterial disease that destroys
    the trees. We are told this would have ruined him, but
    the husband of his ex-wife bailed him out. That saved the citrus operation, so while
    Joseph didn’t exactly lose it all, he would have without a little help from friends. The Strohs
    This family we doubt you’ve heard of, unless you’re a big beer fan. The story goes that a young Bernhard Stroh
    had learned how to make beer in his native Germany, but during the German revolution
    he went to the USA with 150 bucks in his pocket and a recipe to make a decent beer. At age 28 in 1850 he started a brewery in
    Detroit and his son, Bernhard Stroh Jr., took over after him. Prohibition obviously wasn’t good for these
    beer makers, and they branched out into non-alcoholic beer and ice cream. When that ended the beer company just went
    from strength to strength and its said by 1978 the Stroh’s were pumping out 6.4 million
    US beer barrels to thirsty Americans. According to Forbes magazine in the 1980s
    the Stroh’s were rolling in dough with a fortune of $700 million. Then came the decline. Apparently the new generation got into serious
    debt after some shaky acquisitions. Then came some other mighty brewing companies
    such as Miller and Coors and the Strohs got left behind. In 1999 after brewing beer for 149 years the
    company was done and was taken over by other brewers. That 700 million fortune was gone. The then company president, John Stroh III
    said in a statement, “Emotionally, it was an extremely difficult one to make, knowing
    that it would impact our loyal employees, and recognizing that it would mean the end
    of our family’s centuries old brewing tradition that had become, in essence, an important
    part of our identity.” The Hartfords
    So far we haven’t had anyone who lost their fortune from living what you might call a
    playboy lifestyle, but with the Hartfords we do. Before we get to the big spending kid of the
    family, we’ll tell you how these people got their money. A man called George Huntington Hartford had
    taken over a business called The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. When he was head of that he branched out into
    grocery stores and supermarkets under the name A and P. This became massive, a name
    as big as McDonald’s is today. In fact, you might hear it being called the
    Walmart before there was a Walmart. In the 60s it was the biggest retailer of
    any kind in the USA and in the 70s was at least the biggest chain of grocery stores. Everyone went to A and P. At its peak it had
    15,709 stores in the USA and as you can imagine it made the Hartford family very, very rich. They were ranked as one of the wealthiest
    families in the USA for a while. So, what could go possibly go wrong? Well, it was basically competition from more
    modern stores starting in the 50s. They tried to keep up, but kept failing. Over the decades it closed 100s of its stores,
    got hurt badly by the Great Recession in the 2000s and finally filed for bankruptcy in
    2015. And like that, it was gone. But there was still cash around, because we
    are talking about extreme wealth here. Now we can talk about the playboy. His name was Huntington Hartford and according
    to various reports he squandered his massive inheritance. He hung out with the stars, bought fast cars,
    big houses, lots of art works, and we are told he lost it all. That was the end of the Hartford fortune. The Kluges
    This story begins with something called Metromedia, which was a media behemoth. It was taken over by German-American entrepreneur
    John Kluge in the 1950s and he expanded it and made a lot of money. In the 80s he sold it to 20th Century Fox
    film studio and at one point Forbes had him as the richest man in America. The billionaire later turned to philanthropy
    and did things like invest $60 million to build the John W. Kluge Center. In fact, he donated millions all over the
    place. So again, what could possibly go wrong. Well, it seems Mr. Kluge was never settled
    in his relationships and he got married four times. Now we don’t exactly know where all his
    cash went, but we do know that one person who got quite a lot of it lost it all. Her name Patricia Kluge, one of those wives. After her divorce she got her hands on a 200-acre
    estate and $1 million per year in the divorce settlement. She bought a vineyard and tried to expand
    it, which got in her lots of debt. There was then a real estate crash that ruined
    her and she declared bankruptcy. As for her vineyard, it was bought by the
    man who is now President of the United States, Donald Trump. The Vanderbilts
    We will finish with one of the most well-known of wealthy families in the USA. Their story starts with a man called Cornelius
    Vanderbilt, the son of American-Dutch parents. As a young boy he worked on his father’s
    ferry in New York Harbor. He was only 11. At age 16 he wanted to do his own ferry business
    and he borrowed a bit of cash to start his own operation taking people between Staten
    Island and Manhattan. You just couldn’t hold this boy back and
    he was well known for his entrepreneurship. At 19 he married his first cousin and got
    busy at home as well as at work. What we mean by that is he had 13 kids. He eventually branched out into regional steamboat
    lines and ocean-going steamships and after that built a railroad empire and all kinds
    of other business. At the time of his death in 1877 he had amassed
    $100 million. According to an inflation calculator today
    that would be two billion, three hundred eighty-two million, three hundred nineteen thousand,
    six hundred thirty-five dollars. Quite a bit of cash. And you know what, he left 95 percent of that
    to one son called Billy because he believed this son was capable of running his empire. Billy did just that and more, doubling the
    family’s wealth in his lifetime. But it seems this family just ran out of steam
    when it came to making cash, and over the years the fortune dried up. Some of the Vanderbilts over the years would
    do well, but none remained ultra-wealthy and that’s why some people talk about the “Fall
    of the House of Vanderbilt.” Is it really that good anyway to be born rich? In a book about the family the author wrote
    that one of the grandsons of the great Cornelius once said, “Inherited wealth is a real handicap
    to happiness.” There’s plenty of different ways to lose
    your money, and we’re betting that if we made this video again in ten years, at least
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    Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Geoff’s Failed Sex Dream II
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    Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Geoff’s Failed Sex Dream II

    August 30, 2019

    [intro music playing] GEOFF: Do you guys remember when I had that sex dream with Jenny McCarthy? Yeah, I had another one the other night. Do you guys know the comedian Jenny Slate? I was having a dream the other night and we were in L.A. for a party, for some work thing. And, she was there. And, she was just, like, really fucking cool and funny, and we were joking and hitting it off, and stuff. And then, Griffon and Millie were there, too. And, they were like, “We gotta go back to Austin.” because Griffon had to a chainsaw carving or something, And, so, I was like, “Oh, well, I’ll just hang out here with Jenny Slate.” And, uh… we were just hanging out, shooting the shit. And, you know, having a lovely time. And, then, at some point, she was like– gave me a hug. And, it was, like, a sexually charged hug. And, my dick was, like, “Hello!” And, uh… then she, like, nuzzled my neck a little bit, and I was like, “Oh, boy!”
    [Geoff mumbles] And, then, she’s like, “Do you wanna go back to my hotel room with me?” -MICHAEL: Ho-ho-ho!
    -JEREMY: Woah. GEOFF: I was like, “Woah. Do you, uh–” And, she’s like, “Yeah, for sex, idiot.” And, I’m like, “Oh. Well, I am married.” And, she’s like, “I don’t see your wife.” -JEREMY: Ooh, wow. Slut.
    -MICHAEL: Damn.
    -GEOFF: And, I’m like, “Uh, yeah, she’s–” GEOFF: So, I was, like, “W– uh… h-hold on a second, I gotta make a phone call. And, she goes, “You’re going to call your wife and ask if you can have sex with me, aren’t you? And, I was like, “Yeah.” And, she goes, “Well, make it fast.” And, I was like, [softly] “OK.” So, I walked out the room and I called Griffon. And, I was like, “Hey, you’re not going to believe it, but, that Jenny Slate chick, she hit on me.” And, Griffon’s like, “What?” And, I was like, “Yeah, she– she wants to have sex with me.” And, Griffon’s like, “Excuse me?” And, I’m like, “Listen, this is a dream, so it shouldn’t matter.” [the others laugh] And, she goes, “I don’t care if it’s a dream, I will wake up in the real world and I will remember this– [Jack laughs] “if you have sex with her in this dream.” And, I was like, [stuttering] “Are you–” She was like, “I will know.” -GEOFF: And, I was like, “OK.”
    -MICHAEL: Damn, dude MICHAEL: at that point you gotta know, are you in you dream or are you in Griffon’s? She’ll fucking kill you. GEOFF: So, that was the end of the dream. She was like, “I will know.” And, I was like, “OK… OK.” And, then I woke up. I’m getting real sick of not getting laid im my dreams, though. -GAVIN: I like how faithful you are, even in dream form.
    -GEOFF: Yeah, Griffon said I was stupid. She was like, “Stop putting this on me! “I don’t care if you sleep with women in your dreams.” And, I’m like, “obviously you do.” [outro music playing]