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As a new season begins, we ask about scientists, the show and getting away.
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Be prepared to rule any conversation.
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He offered that, plus tales of college sex, on the Tonight Show.
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Just send in a YouTube video of yourself acting appropriately dumb.
Thirteen years and 40 million YouTube views later, we get the backstory.
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