Test 42-A is successful!
Let's move onto the next phase.
Well, hello, gentlemen.
Oh, hey, fellas.We're doing great.
Thought we'd stop byto see how
your science fair projectwas going.
I thought we was comin'to rub their faces
in how good our sciencefair project was, boss!
Shut up, Mimsey!
So, what areyou guys working on?
Oh, it's fantastic.
This year, Tim-Tim and I
are doing our projecton water bears!
Ohh, water bears.
You hear that Mimsey?
Like there's any such thingas water bears.
That blue Science Fair Ribbonis as good as ours.
Well, we gotta get back toour lava volcano.
Good luck finding your[ chuckles ] water bears.
Oh, would you liketo see them?
Wha? What are youtalking about?
Timmy and I have gatheredthousands of water bears.
Take a look intothe microscope.
Water bears are water-dwelling,eight legged micro-animals.
Timmy: Timmy!They are one of nature's
most resilient animals.
Studies have shownthey can survive lava
and even the vacuum of space.
What -- How --
where the [bleep] did youlearn about these things?
Where all good scientistslearn from -- Octonauts.
Some scientists believethe study of water bears
is key to human survival.
Aw, gee, that soundsa lot better than
a lava volcano,huh, boss?
Well not really,
because a science fairis supposed to be an experiment.
I fail to see whatthe experiment is here.
Oh, that's easy! You see,for the past several weeks,
Tim-Tim and me havebeen training the water bears
to respond to differentsound waves.
We've found that they respondbest to Taylor Swift.
Hit it, Timmy.♪ Oh, look what youmade me do ♪
Take a look!
♪ Look what you made me do
♪ Look what youjust made me do ♪
♪ Look what youjust made me ♪
♪ Ooh, look what youmade me do ♪
We still have sometraining to do,
but we're excitedabout the results.
I have to admit your lavavolcano is pretty great, too!
Maybe we could tiefor first place.
Nathan and Mimsy stop by to see how Jimmy and Timmy's science fair project is going.