Science Presentation – SNL

Science Presentation – SNL


>>OUR APPLIED SCIENCES 101 A
PRONLS CONTINUE WITH TWO MORE STUDENTS THAT ARE PRESENT THEIR
FINDINGS AND FIELD QUESTIONS FROM OUR PANEL.
>>PROFESSOR, BEFORE WE BEGIN, CAN I SAY SOMETHING?
ALL RIGHT. LET’S BE REAL.
I’M AT ALABAMA MOSTLY BECAUSE OF MY ABILITIES ON THE FOOTBALL
FIELD, BUT I TAKE MY ACADEMICS INCREDIBLY SERIOUSLY.
>>NOW, THAT’S VERY ADMIRABLE, RAY.
>>THAT’S WHY I SAID UNLESS I GOT AN A PLUS ON ALL MY FINALS,
I WOULD VOLUNTARILY SIT OUT THAT BOWL GAME AGAINST WASHINGTON.
>>WELL, WE WILL UPHOLD OUR END BY JUDGING YOU JUST LIKE ANY
OTHER STUDENT, AND ALSO, THANK YOU FOR SIGNING MY HAT.
>>NO PROBLEM.>>ABSOLUTELY.
DON’T YOU EXPECT ANY FAVORS FROM US.
>>WONDERFUL. NOW, WOULD YOU ALL PLEASE STATE
THE TOPICS THAT WE ASSIGNED TO YOU?
>>YES. QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT IMPAIRED
PARTICLES.>>IONIZATION IN THE GAS PHASE.
>>BANANAS.>>FANTASTIC.
NOW, PLEASE, DISPLAY YOUR PROJECTS.
>>MILES, I FOUND YOUR SMALL PARTICLE ACCELERATOR, WHILE
CRUDE, TO BE QUITE CLEVER.>>HEATHER, YOUR CLOUD CHAMBER
WAS EQUALLY AS IMPRESSIVE.>>THANK YOU.
>>THAT’S VERY KIND. THANK YOU.
>>BUT, RAY, WE WERE ALL BLOWN AWAY BY YOUR BANANAS NAILED TO A
PIECE OF PLYWOOD.>>THANK YOU, SIR.
IT WAS HARD TO MAKE.>>I’M SORRY, BANANAS NAILED TO
A PIECE OF PLYWOOD? I DON’T THINK THIS IS VERY FAIR.
>>PLEASE CONCENTRATE ON YOUR OWN PROJECT, MILES.
>>CAN WE MOVE THIS ALONG? HE HAS PRACTICE AT 3:00.
>>HEY, COACH. I HAVE PRACTICE IF I GET AN A
PLUS.>>OH, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, A PLUS,
RIGHT.>>MAY I READ MY FINDINGS?
>>OF COURSE, RAY.>>SORRY.
NERVOUS. BANANA IS A YELLER SNACK THAT
MONKEYS EAT. THESE FIVE TYPES OF BANANAS,
YELLOW, BROWN SPOTTY, VERY BROWN, GREEN, AND ROUND.
>>I’M SORRY. THERE’S AN ORANGE ON HIS BANANA
BOARD.>>HEY.
THAT IS A ROUND ORANGE BANANA.>>I PROMISE YOU THAT’S AN
ORANGE.>>ARE YOU TRYING TO MAKE US
LOSE THE GAME, NERD? IS IT CONTINUE, RAY.
>>I USED TO NOT LIKE BANANAS BECAUSE THEY LOOK LIKE BOYS’
WEINERS, BUT NOW I LIKE THEM BECAUSE THEY’RE YUMMY.
THANK YOU.>>BRILLIANT.
TRULY BRILLIANT, RAY. THE FLOOR IS OPEN FOR PANEL
QUESTIONS.>>MILES, WHY DID YOU OMIT THE
EFFECTS OF ENTANGLEMENT SWAPPING FROM YOUR CALCULATIONS?
>>I DID NOT HAVE THE PROPER RESEARCH IN THAT AREA.
>>VERY DISAPPOINTING.>>THIS IS IMPORTANT, GUYS.
SCIENCE IS IN THE DETAILS. NOW, RAY, WHAT’S THE OUTSIDE OF
A BANANA CALLED?>>THE CRUST.
>>BINGO.>>HEATHER, LOOK AT THE MONITOR,
PLEASE. IS THIS AN INTEGRAL OR DIFFERING
CONDENSATION CURVE.>>IT’S NOT CLEAR.
I HAVEN’T SEEN ONE LIKE THAT.>>ARE YOU, LIKE, UM, LIKE,
LIKE, SO SURE?>>NOW, RAY, DIRECT YOUR
ATTENTION TO THE MONITOR, AND YOUR QUESTION IS THAT FUNNY?
>>PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME. PEANUT BUTTER JELLY TIME.
>>I HAVEN’T SLEPT IN A MONTH BUILDING A PARTICLE ACCELERATOR,
AND RAY JUST GETS TO LAUGH AT A BANANA GIFF?
>>IT’S OKAY.>>I’VE HAD IT WITH THIS KID!
>>YOU KNOW WHAT, WE’RE READY TO ANNOUNCE YOUR GRADES.
NERD, YOU SCORED A 20%.>>WHAT?
>>HEATHER, 70.2%.>>I HATE THIS SCHOOL.
>>AND, RAY, I’M HAPPY TO SAY YOU SCORED 100%.
>>COACH, I DID IT!>>HUH?
YEAH, YEAH, YEAH. YOU’RE THE SMARTEST KID IN THE
WORLD.>>YOU CAN PLAY IN THE BOWL GAME
AFTER ALL.>>I JUST HAVE TO GET A PLUS ON
MY ENGLISH LIT FINAL. I KNOW THE HELL OUT OF THE THE
VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR SO I’M NOT WORRIED.
[ APPLAUSE ]

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100 Comments

  1. Although I think I know why this happens but why are Sports Man/Women given more respect in a School than a Student in USA…??? Doesn't that counter the reason of a School in the first place….????

  2. When I present my Project, my classmates and Teachers praise me like a roaring audience like the X Factor. When my classmates present, the class is clapping disgusted or disinterested. I have no idea why I always get the highest praise at my school it’s a mystery to me.

    Idk what it is… could it be my austism? Or that I am in the Band as a Flute? I don’t know why but I like the attention but then I realize it’s kind of unfair.

    When I get that highest praise I can tell it would be a higher grade and when others present it’s dull and unbearable to the teachers and audience. I find it amazing and kind of disgusting at the same time. Why does the others who do so impressive not get that sort of praise? It’s really unfair especially since they might of spend hours on it. Of course the school I attend is in the USA. So I guess that could be?

    It is probably why I get mocked a lot. But it’s feels great when your popular and getting so much attention from many people. It’s like your not alone and you have people who supports you. Do I want to include the forgotten ones? Yes.

    I just feel kind of sorry for my classmates that worked so desperately hard on their projects and they haven’t got a lot of praise. It’s unfortunate

  3. John Cana? Not exactly race representative of the Alabama football team. Whitewashing some truths here. But the pretense is true.

  4. In middle school me and my friend made a hover board from a leaf blower, plywood and trash bags. I think we got third or something. Everyone else just made those big cardboard paper displays about some boring shit like photosynthesis. All they did was google photosynthesis and print out pictures and copy down words. We built a hover board that worked. Assholes.

  5. A little too real. When I was in high school my schools football team got to the state championship. Then a couple days before the game, the entire team (except for, I think, 2 players) got arrested for underage drinking at a huge kegger. The rules were crystal clear on the consequences, they would all be kicked off the team. But, the rules were ignored, of course. They were allowed to play. Instead, their 'punishment' was that they had to attend after-school detention for like 2 weeks. Except, of course, they were all seniors and they knew no one would do anything to them, so they just skipped it. I guess it makes sense, though. After all, what matters more to a kids future success than their ability to slam into people, run fast, and throw and catch things? They'll be relying on those skills for the rest of their lives, while all the academic nonsense is just busywork that never helps anyone get ahead.

  6. Am i supposed to be happy that even USA education system is like in my country or should i be sad for they suffer the same🤔

  7. Basically the same relationship in high school too lmao
    Except most of the teachers are coaches too

  8. I mean why is it that in America, knowledge people are called "nerds" and bullied. Isn't being intelligent a good thing???? 😂😂😂

  9. That’s why Americans are known as dumb all around the world…. focusing on games the rest of the world doesn’t even care about.

  10. Truth be told; the "non-athletic" students deserved lower grades, because there's no such thing as a box-sized particle accelerator (so he's obviously a fraud), and she couldn't differentiate between a differential or an integral equation… Those two thing are like fire and ice apart, and not knowing the difference is just plain dissapointing – "I haven't seen one like this before" she stated, so she hasn't learned them at all, just remembered a few pictures mindlessly. John Cena at least knew everything he was asked, although he was indeed on a newborn streak of questions.

    P. S. This is a joke comment, don't get me started on the entire "you're missing the point of the video" thing… ;P

  11. Hey, now! Nailing into plywood is pretty damn impressive because that stuff is tough as all hell. You just about need specialized power tools to do anything with it!

  12. I've seen this happen way to many times my first science fair the star students made crappy volcanos and the "nerds" did stuff like how engines work and solar panels the star kids won. My second fair some jock won with slim made from house hold items and another with a damn volcano but the kid who made a mini reactor came in last. So many parents and students were pissed. I lost one year to a kid who blew up a balloon with baking soda and vinegar but my dam that worked came in lost.

  13. "Ray, What's the outside of a banana called?"

    "……..the……Crust?"
    this part makes me laugh everytime. this is my friends and my favorite clip and we always go, "the….crust?" out in public and just die of laughter.

  14. 🤣 the sixteen time wwe world heavyweight champion John cena playing a student on snl hilarious

  15. "But I ain't worried. 'Cause I know the heck out of The Very Hungry Caterpillar."

    XD
    A+ for this kid please and thank you

  16. I like to think that one person on set was like, "that's not plywood, it's a 1×12 board."  Probably took a lot of courage to speak up like that.  I applaud you and your attention to detail wise person!

  17. I always found SNL to be dull, flat and boring. MadTV was way funnier, it's a shame that show stopped airing. The East coast and West coast have different personalities and styles. East coast productions are more linear and square and serious…while West coast productions are more colorful and crazy, or warmer.

  18. In my high school if they would've piss tested for drugs we wouldn't have had a football team. Grades must not have mattered either because I never even turned in any assignments or took any tests in this one class I was in and I never had to sit out of a game for it. Unless they figured you can't fail if you don't do anything. Hmmph

  19. That's terrible but so funny, lol lol!! Hard work put into both of those experiments and he gets a 100 because of bananas! lol lol

  20. I think the funniest joke in this skit is that someone built a cloud chamber that is "equally impressive" as a homemade particle accelerator. You can make a cloud chamber with a piece of dry ice, isopropyl alcohol, a plastic tub and a towel.

  21. Reminds me of a joke.

    Entrance exam for singers:
    Tell about the evolution of singing in the renaissance.

    Exam for drummers: explain Miles Davis' rhythm structures.

    Exam for guitarists: draw a four page diagram of chord changes and finger positioning.

    Exam for bassists: spell potato.

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