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    Does anyone remeber the HBO show Brain Games? Or where i can find some information on this? I loved this show!!
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      I loved them to. Here are the transcripts of the first two Braingames episodes:

      Braingames #1:

      The following program is called Braingames. It has been known to drive people bananas. Innocent viewers often scream at the sight and sound of some of the questions. People with weak knees or those with a fear of failure are advise to refrain from viewing. Parents should watch only at the discretion of their children. So hold on to your thinking caps and let us begin...

      Braingames

      And now...

      Game #1

      Tales of Wrongovia

      This is a secret book of Wrongovia, a place where everybody's out of sorts and their wonder, because everything is out of time and place. To decipher the book's code, we will tell you tales, and you will tell us their mistakes. Let's begin.

      We are at the court of King Henry IVV. Fun-loving Henry likes sports. But which of these sports could not have been played in the 1500's? Tennis? Bowling? Boxing? Or basketball? Well, King Henry could have played tennis. It had been around for about 300 years. And bowling is one of the oldest sports. As for boxing, the first boxing match happened 3,000 years ago, so King Henry could have been a boxer. But what he could not have played was basketball. That sport wasn't invented until 1891. So, King Henry never dunked, unless it was a dumpling. Don't dribble, Henry.

      Now, we return to Tales of Wrongovia. The year is 1142 and is the golden age of chivalry. Now, when a noble knight tried to impress a lovely ladyfare, he could have used all of these eating tools except one. Which one of these could he not have used? A golden goblet, a sliver fork, a metal knife, a jewel spoon. Well, he could have used a knife. And goblets and spoons were found even in the poorest huts. But in England forks were still unknown at the table. Knives and spoons did the job and food was finger-licking good.

      Now we flip the page to the time of the mighty Roman Empire. Ahh. Emperor Julius Caesar, who makes Rome his home, is having a wild and crazy party! At this festivity the Emperor could have tasted all of these delicate morsels except one. Which one could he not have had? Luscious melons? Lemon ices? Sweet dried fruits? Or chocolate candies? Well, available to our emperor were luscious melons, as well as sweet dried fruits. And Julius could also have enjoyed a frosty treat of lemon ices. But, what Julius could not have enjoyed at his party was chocolate candies. Chocolate comes from the South American cacao bean, and the Ancient Romans didn't even know that South America existed. Julius Caesar lived until 44 B.C. B.C.: Before Chocolate.

      And now, we turn to the early 1600's, and we are in the time of the famous playwright, William Shakespeare. Shakespeare has come down with the case of the flu, and cannot attend the premiere of Hamlet. "To sneeze or not to sneeze. AH-CHOO!" To treat his patient, Shakespeare's doctor could have used only one of the following: a stethoscope, an X-ray, penicillin, leeches for blood-letting. Which one could his doctor have used? His doctor had no stethoscope. It was invented in the 1800's. As for the X-ray, that was invented in 1895. And penicillin was discovered in 1928. So, Will's doctor could only have used live leeches for blood-letting. It was believed that the leeches would drink up the bad blood. But leeches can't do much to kill the flu. So, Will Shakespeare would have been better off with chicken soup.

      Now it's time to close the book of Wrongovia. The sun is coming up, so it's time to say "Goodnight." I bid you farewell, with a fond hello!

      Game #2

      Hey, gang, it's...

      Memory Rock

      ...time! Introducing that sensational hit group, the Cucumbers, singing their new song "My Boyfriend"! Okay, get ready. This is a memory game. And you must watch carefully. Because the picture that you see is gonna disappear. Watch carefully, because I'm gonna ask you to remember what you see; what it is that you see. Got it? Good, 'cause it's gone.

      Number 1

      Here comes our number one big hit question: How many members are there in the band? Were you watching? How many members in the band? If you said four, you hit the score! Hey-hey, there are three guitarrists and one drummer. And the memory rock just keeps on rocking with question numero two.

      Numero 2

      How many Cucumbers are singing at the mike? I ask you now. How many are singing at the mike? Tell me two and I love you! Here's that sweet, little pickle Deena and that sour pickle John. So there's vocalists two singing "My Boyfriend". The memory rock rocks on. Now watch those guitars 'cause here comes a toughie. Watch 'em, watch 'em now.

      Number 3

      How many of those guitarrists are strumming those strings with their left hand? That's right, how many are lefties? Here's the answer. The questions done. They're all right-handed so the answer is none! Ha ha ha ha! Check out how they're strumming those guitars and no arms. Right on. And now I'm going right on to question number four.

      Number 4

      How many drums does our drummer boy drum? How many drums make up this beat? If you said three, then right you'd be! He has one base, one snare, and one tom-tom.

      Okay, now that you think you're ready for everything. Bob, take that notion apart with a killer question. Only one of a million listeners gets this one. Good luck. What's the name of the Cucumbers' song? What's the title of the song they're singing? The title is..."My Boyfriend"!

      And if you got that right, you've got a memory I would now 'cause you are a genuine memory rock!

      Game #3

      Yikes! What was that? Boy, it's frighting out there. But am I scared? Nah, no way.You know what I think? It's time to play...

      Safari Solitaire

      Okay, so let's play. You pick the card that doesn't belong.

      Now all of these animals are in danger of becoming extinct except one. Which one animal is not endangered? You got your giant panda, your blue whale, your Siberian tiger, and one of your Antarctic penguins. Okay, which one is not endangered? Did you pick the panda? Poor pandas are in trouble! This fussy eater eats mainly bamboo, which more and more people cut down to make room for farmlands. Did you say the blue whale? This big baby is in 150 tons of trouble, because they've been hunted down. Well, it's no wonder that these blue whales are singing the blues. What about the Siberian tiger? You got it. Siberian tigers are hunted down for their skins. Yep, which leaves us the penguin. Ha-ha, good news! No one wants to eat them, wear them or steal their food, so there are plenty of baby penguins around.

      On with the game! Did you hear something growl? I felt like an endangered species! Well, let's play. Now there's real and there's make-believe, and one of these guys is a real animal. Is it the one-horned unicorn? The platypus? The gryphon? Or the phoenix? Now only one of these is real. Did you say the unicorn? Too bad! Make-believe. Pick the gryphon? Forget it. What about the phoenix? Fantasy. And since truth is stranger than fiction, let's hear it for the winner: the platypus, one of the oddest creatures. It lays eggs like a bird, nurses its young like a mammal, and the male has venom like a snake. So, if you said platypus, congratulations!

      Did you hear that? Well, let's play it again, kiddo. Okay? And now for a tender-loving story. Which one of these animals gives birth to the smallest baby? A kangaroo, a rabbit, a pig, a chimpanzee. Well, it's not the rabbit. And it's not the pig. And it's not the chimpanzee. The animal that has the smallest baby is the kangaroo. Even this tiny little fellow is less than one inch when he makes a climb into his big mama's pocket. And it'll take another five months before he pokes his head out and says "Hi, mom!"

      And now for a jumpy story. Which one of these animals can jump the highest, relative to its size? A frog, a grasshopper, a flea, a cat. It's not the cat. It's not the grasshopper. Scratch the frog! It's not the frog. But a flea can jump 100 times its body size. Why do fleas jump so high? What else has a flea got to do? Watch television?

      And that's it! The end of Safari Solitaire, my favorite card game. OUCH!!! When's the next bus to Texas?

      Game #4

      Hello, friends and foes! This is Chuck Roast...

      The Riddler

      And have I got some hot boilers for you. I'm talking belly-busters, sty-slappers, and gigantic groans. You'll laugh and moan as hard as a ticklish hippopotamus being tormented by a giant feather duster. And speaking of hippos, a big subject-awaiting issue. Here comes riddle number uno!

      It's about three fat ladies. There was roly-poly Polly, tremendous Tessie, and enormous Edith. These three big ladies were walking down main street under one small umbrella. I ask you. Why did the three big ladies under the umbrella not get wet? Why? Because it wasn't raining.

      Did I hear a gale of laughter? Did somebody call me a drip? Well, dry up because here comes the next rattled riddle. What happened to the wolf who fell into the washing machine? This one was told to be by Red Riding Hood herself. So what happened to the wolf who fell into the washing machine? He became a wash-and-wear wolf. Get it? Werewolf!

      Here's another doozie...I've got a million of them. Okay, so what's gray and has a trunk. This is a real squeaker and I tell you no tales. So, what's gray and has a trunk? No, not an elephant! Eeks! A mouse going on vacation. Ready for more, can you stand it? Yeah? So what's tan and has a trunk? You got it! A mouse coming back from vacation. Ha ha ha ha ha! Wasn't that monstrous?

      And speaking of monsters, what do you get if you cross Frankenstein with a hot dog? That's a spooker! So what do you get if you cross Frankenstein with a hot dog? Get a Frankenfurterstein. And I wouldn't advise you to put mustard and sauerkraut on one!

      Stop booing, stop hooting! This is Chuck Roast, your pitiful puzzler, saying "So long!" And remember, if you see King Kong climbing up the side of your house, don't go ape.

      Game #5

      Welcome to tricky...

      Digitville

      A town where numbers are every little thing, and every much everywhere. The people who live here are called devious Digitmaniacs, and not without reason. The Digitmaniacs do nothing but think about number games, every second, minute, and hour of their lives. So, get ready to match you wits with the terribly tricky digits.

      Here is the picturesque Digitville forest, one of the Digitmaniacs' most delightful picnic spots. A favorite question Digitmaniacs will often ask is...how far can a Digitmaniac go into the forest. Seems like an easy question, but it's tricky! How far can a Digitmaniac go into the forest? How far? Watch out for this one! Half-way, because after that, the Maniac is on his way out of the forest! Get the picture? These are the challenges of Digitville, and these are the mischievous ways of its Maniacs.

      Now, this is the office of Dr. Adibone, the leading doctor of Digitville. A favorite treatment of Dr. Adibone's is to prescribe Anti-Maniac Pills. If Dr. Adibone's prescribes one pill every half hour, how long will it take a patient to take three pills? This one's not so simple! The answer is one hour. Since the patient will take the first pill right away, the second a half hour later, and the third a half hour after that. And Digitmaniac pills are hard to swallow.

      Now, Digitmaniacs love to play dominoes. Meet Donald and meet Dennis. They each played three games. Each won three games. But they were not tied. Why? Tricky, tricky! Look again...they weren't playing each other!

      Now, to get away from nasty numbers and to breathe clean air, Digitmaniacs often take buses to other cities. Here's a bus ride with a curve, so watch carefully. The Digitville bus starts out empty, and at the first stop, it picks up seven Digitmaniacs. At the next stop, three get on and five get off. At the next stop, four get on and two get off. At the next stop, two get on. And at the last stop, one gets off. Okay, here's the curve. How many stops did the bus make? The answer: five stops. Were you counting Digitmaniacs? Sure. There were eight Maniacs on the bus, but that wasn't the question.

      Well, now it's time to leave tricky Digitville and all its hysterical numericals. Here in Digitville, even time can run out. And it has!

      Game #6

      The final game.

      This trip is imaginary. But the places and things along the way are real. After a 2 million year visit on the planet Earth, the homesick space creature B.L.T. prepares to return to his faraway planet. It is time to play a space scramble.

      Aceps Gevoya

      Unscramble. 5...4...3...2...1! Time for...

      Space Voyage

      Here at the stargaze panel, B.L.T. guides his ship to outer space. Passing the planet Mars, all seems a-okay. Suddenly, the crisis monitor reveals: "Irodetsas approaching!"

      Irodetsas

      Irodetsas, irodetsas! What are they? B.L.T. must navigate around these irodetsas to avoid hitting one that is 600 miles across! Five seconds remain. What are irodetsas? Unscramble. 3...2...1!

      Asteroids

      They are asteroids!

      Whew! That was close! Suddenly, crisis monitor alerts. Watch out for...

      Repujit

      Largest planet in solar system. Its atmosphere has Great Red Spot, three times size of Earth. Repujit has many moons. What is it? Unscramble. 3...2...1! It's...

      Jupiter

      Safe, ah! No harm there. Time to relax! Again, the warn life. Warning! Warning! B.L.T. approaches fearful and dreaded...

      Clabk Eloh

      A collapse star with force so great nothing escapes, not even light. It is invisible. Clabk Eloh! It's now or never! Unscramble. 3...2...1!

      Black Hole

      B.L.T., you made it! Now, B.L.T., unscramble the password to your destination...

      Xagaly

      There are billions of these in the universe, made up of stars, dust, and gas. Unscramble xagaly. 3...2...1!

      Galaxy

      B.L.T. is home at last! And there she is!

      Rethom

      After 2 million years, dinner is still hot and waiting. B.L.T.'s rethom. Who is it? Unscramble. 3...2...1!

      Mother

      Aceps Gevoya is over. B.L.T.'s successful mission has avoided collision with irodetsas, Repujit, and survived the nothingness of Clabk Eloh. At last, he arrives at his own xagaly and finds his dear old rethom. Pleasant dreams, B.L.T., and good night.

      Braingames is now over.

      Okay, get ready. This is a memory game. And you must watch carefully. Because the picture that you see is gonna disappear. So what's tan and has a trunk? You got it! A mouse coming back from vacation. Ha ha ha ha ha! Julius Caesar lived until 44 B.C. B.C.: Before Chocolate. Even this tiny little fellow is less than one inch when he makes a climb into his big mama's pocket. And it'll take another five months before he pokes his head out and says "Hi, mom!" A favorite treatment of Dr. Adibone's is to prescribe Anti-Maniac Pills. "To sneeze or not to sneeze. AH-CHOO!" Why do fleas jump so high? What else has a flea got to do? Watch television? Sure. There were eight Maniacs on the bus, but that wasn't the question. Pleasant dreams, B.L.T., and good night.

      Braingames #2:

      The following program is called Braingames #2. The first is known to drive people bananas. This one makes them completely bonkers. Innocent viewers often scream at the sight and sound of some of the questions. People with weak knees or those with a fear of failure are advise to refrain from viewing. Parents should watch only at the discretion of their children. So hold on to your thinking caps and let us begin...

      Braingames

      And now...

      Game #1

      Tales of Wrongovia

      This is a secret book of Wrongovia, a place where everybody's out of sorts and their wonder, because everything is out of time and place. To decipher the book's code, we will tell you tales, and you will tell us their mistakes. Let's begin.

      We now turn to the year 1596. Here is baby Pocahontas in her first birthday party. Her father, Chief Powhatan, has made an elaborate feast. At the party there is one thing Powhatan could not have served his guests. Which one food could they not have eaten? Yummy rare roast beef? Scrumptious boiled lobster? Tasty roast squirrel? Ugh. Or super sliced turkey with all the trimmings? Well, Pocahontas could have poked her fingers into a lobster there were plenty in the sea. And Pocahontas could have poked at roast squirrel. And turkeys are plenty lurked in the forest. But the one food that could not have been served in her birthday celebration was roast beef. Because cattle were not native to America, there was no roast beef until 15 years later when the colonists brought cattle from England.

      Now, let us flip to another page and another age. It is 1863, honest Abe Lincoln is president. He can't get home for dinner because he's got to deliver his speech at Gettysburg. In order to get a message from his wife, President Lincoln could have used all these methods of communication except one. Which one could he not have used? The telegraph? The railroad? The telephone? Or the stagecoach? Abe could have used the railroad, or sent his message by stagecoach. And yes, he could have wired by telegraph. But he could not have used the telephone. And not because he didn't have the right change--the telephone wasn't invented until 1876. By then his dinner was stone cold, and honest Abe was long since gone.

      We turn to another page, and who have we here? Martha Washington. It is 1776 and Martha wants to give her husband, General George Washington, a picture of herself to take on his travels. Which one of these following likenesses could she not have given to her gallant general? An oil painting? A handsome dainty silhouette? A lovely photograph? Or an enameled miniature? Well, Martha could have had an artist paint a picture, or create a silhouette, or even an enameled miniature. But photography was not invented until 1816. Alas, she couldn't have given George a photograph. Poor George.

      Let us now go West. It is 1866 and Jessie James is busy robbing banks. He's about to make another daring getaway! In making his getaway, he could have used all of these methods of escape except one. Which one could he not have used? Could Jessie have exited on a bicycle? Or a hot air balloon? Or a steamboat? Could he have jumped into a horseless carriage? Well, Jessie could have escaped on a bike, or steamed away on a steamboat, or beat the heat in a hot air balloon. But Jessie could not have used a horseless carriage or motor car, because gasoline cars were not invented until 1885. But what Jessie probably used was his horse.

      Now it's time to close the book of Wrongovia. The sun is coming up, so it's time to say "Goodnight." I bid you farewell, with a fond hello!

      Game #2

      It's time to play...

      Whosamawhatchamacallits

      The game in which we give you clues, and you tell us who or what.

      She's a cover girl who uncovers crime. A marvel when it comes to justice, she gives bad guys a hand in a form of a fist. No one crosses this Amazon and no wonder. A patriotic dresser, her bracelets are a knockout. She's Wonder Woman.

      This one's a game. At the end of the line you get crowned king. It takes 64 squares to play this game but you start with a round dozen. You can either be in the black or in the red. It's checkers.

      She walked on glass but never got a scratch. A pumpkin coached her, she's a perfect ten who has to be in by 12:00. Her stepsisters were all misfits. But when her slipper fit, it was wedding bells. She's Cinderella.

      He's an escape artist. This lock-picker was never arrested. Upside-down, inside-out, chained and underwater. If he wore handcuffs, they were his own. This great magician is Houdini.

      This hairy giant made it to the top of New York. His rise to success was a long climb. He prefers blocks to bananas. But when he picks up the girl, she goes ape. He's King Kong.

      Game #3

      Yikes! What was that? Boy, it's frighting out there. But am I scared? Nah! You know what I think? It's time to play...

      Safari Solitaire

      Okay, so let's play. You pick the card that doesn't belong.

      Now, when it comes to winter, a lot of animals make major changes in the way they live. Only one of these animals doesn't change his lifestyle when a temperature drops. Is it the groundhog? The robin? The weasel? Or your basic cottontail rabbit? Now which one of these animals makes no changes when winter comes? Well, if you picked the groundhog, you're wrong. The groundhog puts on a thick coat of fur and fat, builds a nest and sleeps out the winter. Sweet dreams, little honey. And it's not the robin. He heads south, migrates nearly a thousand miles for fun in the sun. And it's not the weasel. He sheds his brown coat and turns into a snow-white ermine with a black tail. Very classy. So, the warm animal that does nothing special for winter is the rabbit. He just keeps doing his thing. If you said rabbit, jump for joy!

      Did you hear that? Okay, now...let's play it again. Which one of these animals lives the longest? A hippo, a parrot, a giraffe, a man. It's not the hippopotamus. This 6000-pounder lives about 30 years and then he's off to hippo heaven. As for the long-necked giraffe, he has a short lifespan about 15 years. You say it's the parrot? You heard these birds live 150 years, probably a parrot started that rumor. Fact is parrots live about 50 years. The winners: man, woman kind, and kid kind. Here we live more than 70 years and going up! Good news.

      Holy mackerel! What was that? I'm nobody's dinner special! Let's deal our last hand. Only one of these animals can live entirely underwater. Which one of these sea creatures does not need to come up for air? Sam the Sperm Whale? Dave the Dolphin? Sylvester the Shark? Or Priscilla the Penguin? You're all wet if you said the sperm whale. He can stay underwater for about an hour, but then he comes up for a deep breath. Dolphins need air every few minutes. The penguin, she's no fish. She just dives deep but has to come up to breathe. The answer: it's the shark that parks pemanently underwater. He breathes through gills. So if you said shark, you came upright. SHARK!

      And that's it for Safari Solitaire, my favorite game. OUCH!!! When's the next bus to Texas?

      Game #4

      My name is Heather Whopper. I work for the Getabout Bulletin and I cover the news about the Washington D.C. party givers. Tonight is the Snoopleys' big bash. The biggest problems here are the party crashers, guests who don't belong but try to sneak past security. My story is about...

      Uninvited Guests

      And that's the headline!

      Now, at the Snoopley suaree tonight, you have to help me cover the story. So let's watch the uninvited guests, those who try to crash the bash. In each group of guests, one does not belong.

      Ah, here we have the president, a governor, a mayor, and a lawyer. Now one of them is a gate crasher. President? Governor? Mayor? Lawyer? But which one? Well, the president, governor, and mayor are all elected officials. The lawyer doesn't belong. Sorry, lawyer, next case.

      Whoa, artistic folks! The Snoopleys love artists. Oh, here's a dancer, a singer, a painter, and an actor. Charming. But one is a gate crasher. Dancer, singer, painter, actor. Ooh. The dancer, the singer, and the actor are all theatrefolk, performing artists. But the painter doesn't belong. He gets the brush off!

      And here are the men, at last. Oh, I do love strong men. But one of them is about to strike out. Is it the basketball player? The soccer player? The football player? Or the hockey hunk? The basketball player, the soccer player, the football player, the hockey hunk. Sorry, Mr. Hockey, although your rather cute, you are the only one who plays without a ball. No goal today.

      Oh, I do love royalty, and so do the Snoopleys. Ooh, here's a queen, a princess, a general, and his majesty, the king. Practically a royal blush. But we must blush out the crasher. The king, queen, and princess are blood-royale. But the general was not meant to occupy a place at this party. Sounder retreat!

      And finally, the medical brigade. Mr. Snoopley's cardiologist, the Snoopley family pharmacist, Baby Snoopley's pedriatrician, and Mrs. Snoopley's plastic surgeon. Now one doesn't fill the prescrpition for a Snoopley guest at this party. What's your darknesses? The cardiologist doctor's hearts, the pedriatician doctor's children, the surgeon is a big operator. They all write prescriptions. They're doctors. But the pharmacist fills prescriptions. He's the pill at this party!

      Well, the proper guests have all arrived. The crashers have been saughted out. And it's time for the festivities to begin! And for me to leave, I wasn't invited either.

      Game #5

      The following shipment of art masterpieces were discovered to be frauds. Now, I'm no art professor; just a good detective. The name of the game is find the fraud. Spot the mistakes in these supposed priceless art treasures. Take it away, Mona!

      Museum Mistakes

      Here's our first suspect: good old patriotic George Washington crossing the Delaware in the cold winter of 1776, the time of the war of independence. But this picture is a fraud. Why? Check out the flag. This flag has 50 stars for 50 states, but at that time, there were only 13 colonies to fight for. Sorry, George, don't flip your wig!

      Okay, take this next one. I AM YOUR SON, KING TUTANKAMEN, RULER OF SOUTHERN HELIOPOLIS. This is supposed to be from 1350 B.C., an original inscription from King Tut's tomb. But it's another phony. Know why? Well, King Tut couldn't have written in English, in fact, he couldn't have written letters at all. In Egypt back then, there was no alphabet. They used pictures and signs called hieroglyphics that stood for words. The guy who brought this piece from Egypt was Gypt!

      What have we here? A happy Dutch family scene. It's Christmas Eve in 1663. But one of the items in this picture is not for real. You got it! There was no television in 1663. You'd have to wait until the 1940's. Sorry, Cookie, find another picture!

      Now take a look at this one. It's 1775 and Paul Revere is coming to warn the Patriots that "The British are coming! The British are coming!" So, what's wrong? Check out the street lights. Electric, no less. Didn't have electric lights until the 1880's, so this picture is worthless. When Revere rode, he rode by moonlight.

      Well, my story of art frauds would not be complete without the biggest fraud of all! Get a load of the artist Whistler's portrait of his mom, painted in 1872. Sorry, mom, no transistors, no cassettes in your day. If you listened to music, it was probably played by your good son James. Or, maybe at a concert. Sorry, Mrs. Whistler, now don't go off your rocker.

      I tell you, Mona, art frauds like these make me wish for a good old-fashioned murder. AAAAAAHHH! Sorry, folks, I gotta go now. Somebody's being framed!

      Game #6

      The final game.

      In the great night hours, Dr. Gibberish and his faithful counterpart Nurse Fibberish performed his secret experiment. Known for expertise in how the body works, Dr. G has gathered ingredients for his special creation. But Dr. G the genius often speaks in scrambles, so his words must be unscrambled. It's time to play...

      Splatnarnt

      Transplant

      Dr. Gibberish has collected an assortment of vital organs which he will now put together to create who-knows-what.

      First, Nurse Fibberish uncovers a pair of slightly-used...

      Nedyiks

      Nedyiks. They help to keep the blood nice and clean, and to control the amount of water in the body. You wouldn't want to flood, would you? Nedyiks, what are they? Dr. Gibberish is asking for...

      Kidneys

      Excellent! Now he may add them to his creation.

      Next, Dr. Gibberish adds one of the longest parts, a curly string of...

      Itinnetses

      We are talking about 21 feet of tubing, when that's called the small one. There's a large one too! Food goes through these tubes. The good stuff goes that it is needed in the body. The rest is waste. What is an itinnetses libsciant?

      Intestines

      But what good are intestines without an amschot I ask you?

      Amschot

      An amschot is an organ like a little balloon. When you eat, it gets larger. And when you digest, it gets smaller. Cute, yah? Dr. Gibberish delicately places the amschot in place. What an artist! What a craftsman! You know what I'm talking about? Amschot!

      Stomach

      It's a stomach!

      Next, Dr. Gibberish requests a strong ather for this lucky creature.

      Ather

      This muscle is going to do a lot of work, keeping the blood moving around. Very important depictment. It's got to last a lifetime. So, what's an ather?

      Heart

      A heart, of course!

      And now, Dr. Gibberish calls for a...

      Ranib

      This organ's got gray matter und white matter, but what matters is what it is. Actually, it is nature's master computer, the home of memory and wisdom. A genuine ranib! What is it?

      Brain

      It's the brain libsciant!

      Und now, the big moment. The brand new creature is teaching! It is rising! It is trying to speak! Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit. Libsciant lizards! It seems Nurse Fibberish got some froggy parts mixed with people parts! But so what? That's her pet monster that jumps around and schlumps around, yah? Then, auf wiedersehen until next time from Splatnarnt Hospital. Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit.

      Braingames is now over.

      Oh, I do love royalty, and so do the Snoopleys. Ooh, here's a queen, a princess, a general, and his majesty, the king. Practically a royal blush. Check out the flag. This flag has 50 stars for 50 states, but at that time, there were only 13 colonies to fight for. Sorry, George, don't flip your wig! Pocahontas could have poked her fingers into a lobster there were plenty in the sea. Here we live more than 70 years and going up! Good news. My name is Heather Whopper. I work for the Getabout Bulletin and I cover the news about the Washington D.C. party givers. But photography was not invented until 1816. There was no television in 1663. You'd have to wait until the 1940's. Sorry, Cookie, find another picture! Then, auf wiedersehen until next time from Splatnarnt Hospital. Ribbit, ribbit, ribbit.
      "I'll show you what discipline really means."
      Jason Hightower, Totally Spies, "Zooney World"
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        • 8 years 1 month ago
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        Oh man...I used to be ADDICTED to Brain Games. I used to watch it every time it would come on tv. It's funny, my brother and I were just talking about that show the other day. I wish I could find video of it.
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          • 8 years 1 month ago
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          "Brain games is now over!" :cry:
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            • 8 years 3 days ago
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            Brain Games ROCKED
            It's OK, next time I'll make you listen. I wish that it were in the power of all children to say that to their parents and to know that indeed they would be heard as we were in those wonderful days on Waltons Mountain.Narrator The Waltons (From the Runawa
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