Our special guest star, Ajit D, has been staying with us for a few days and seriously, this was the best question he could come up with?
Anyway, this was an easy one.
In which I answer a question from Nikolina S, future famous astrophysicist, “Should we try to detect or create dark matter?”. Well, we already know Duke’s answer, which is “no, thank you”, which he yells 300 times during this video.
Here are some things we were able to edit from this video:
– Mama attempting to answer “What side is each?” which is how I ask what the pros and cons of each are. Mama is about as much of an astrophysicist as I am. The only reason she passed Physics class in college is due to a kindly nerd named Ronald, and the closest thing she took to Astrophysics is a class in college nicknamed “Stars”, where she did the crossword. Sorry, Oma & Opa.
– Gross banana eating noises. You’re welcome.
– Duke yelling, “No, thank you!” a bajillion more times. Duke yelling, “Mama!!” because he’s not getting all the attention. I’m the one with a TV show, thank you very much, Duke.
– The break we took from discussing dark matter to put that rose in my hair. Cute, right?
Anyway, I think we can all learn something from this video. Like, hey, maybe clean your kitchen sometime, Mama & Dada.
Guys, we’re back on track with Episode 8. This episode’s question came from friend of the show, Anne A, and concerns a subject that’s very, very, very important to me and Duke: cheese. Duke and I eat three kinds of cheese: American, string, and Opa (which you may call “cheddar”). Sometimes I ask Mama if we can have cheese & crackers, but guess what? I never eat the crackers. What’s the point? They’re not cheese. If you so much as mention the word cheese, you better have some on your person or Duke will cut you. And I’ll be the one handing him the knife. Anyway, I digress.
Anne A asks, “Do you think cheese ever gets sad and wants to get left alone?”. I think you’ll see from my response that I feel pretty strongly about this issue.
What else would you like to ask me, about cheese or other things? Ask in the comments section please.
Kelly E and I both like fashion, boys, and sticking out our tongues in photos, so I guess I’m cool with her saying we’re Best Friends.
This week on the show, she asks, “How do I know if a boy really likes me?” Cher says it’s in his kiss, Whitney says don’t trust your feeling. Here’s my take.
Spoiler alert: I’m 3 1/2.
This will be even more special than when Punky Brewster said no to grass or when DJ went on that crash diet before Kimmy’s pool party. Why? Because it’s sponsored by my extremely awesome and one-in-a-two-million friend, Sienna. So, make sure you watch to the very end so you get all the specialness.
If you forgot to write down the name of Sienna’s Flower Garden page, here it is.
And, in case you were wondering:
buckle my shoe dress (See? You have one already, Sienna.)
car socks (available in hearts or stars; you should wear hearts)
Bert ponders your latest queries.
I’m back with my second episode. Today’s show is about money, which I know a little something about from my jobs as store owner, dishwasher, and chef. My store mainly sells jewelry, magnetic letters and numbers, and hair accessories, and most of the time, we will give you your money back with purchase (it’s a complicated business model, you wouldn’t understand). My dishwasher job pays “one hour” (again, don’t ask), and the specialities in my restaurant are sushi soup and mushroom with bologna. I usually wear a princess dress to work and loudly pronounce, “I’m going to work! I’ll be home by 6!”, because that’s what businesswomen do. (Right, mama? Right?)
A very special thank you to Mr. Holloway, who composed my theme song. I like it almost as much as Brass Monkey!
Anyway, you’re welcome for this financial advice.
In which Hazy (aka, Bert) answers your most important questions, such as, “Which is a better cereal: Count Chocula or Cocoa Puffs?”.
Special thanks to Joseph Holloway for the show idea and submitting this great question. Special apologies to Joseph Holloway if producers got his question wrong because said producers were too lazy to look back in the Facebook archives.