(school bell ringing)
- What's this for?
- Nitrous oxide also known as laughing gas.
Commonly used as an oxidizer in chemistry.
- And this?
- I would not touch that.
- Can we focus, please?
The Brainwave 3000 is ready.
This should create a perfect map of the wearer's brain,
showing us exactly what goes on up here.
When we eat a Starburst.
I just need someone to make sure it works.
Is it on?
Not a lot coming through.
- Her sense of smell is lighting up her olfactory bulb.
- [Kimmie] It smells like big time farts down here.
She should really get an air freshener.
- That's sulphuric acid from an experiment, okay?
- [Kimmie] Maybe you light a candle?
- Thanks for the tip, Martha Stewart, but this is a lab.
- [Kimmie] But if it already smells bad,
I wonder if I can sneak out this big one
I've been holding in all day.
- Oh my gosh.
It's dictating her thoughts.
This is great data,
but do we have to say something like morally speaking?
- To simplify Kant's ethical code,
you should tell her yourself if you wish to be told.
- Since when were you such an expert on morality, anyway?
- Since 2.6 seconds ago,
when I consumed, "Introduction to Moral Philosophy."
- [Kimmie] Wow, this Starburst is so juicy.
I bet kissing Tre would be juicy too.
Whoa, where did that come from?
He does have such nice lips.
I just wanna--
- [Kimmie] Did it work?
- Excellent data.
- Way more than we needed.
(school bell rings)
- Initial here, here and here.
- [Student] Mm.
Starbursts are so good.
Makes me happy.
Tummy feeling nice.
- [Dr. S] When's the last time I had a Starburst?
Or experienced joy?
- [Student] I love yellow Starburst.
I wonder what makes lemons so yellow.
Are limes just lemons that aren't ripe yet?
- [Dr. S] Makes you think of Halloween time.
Janet and I stealing Starburst from the kids Halloween stash
when they went to bed.
- [Student] They may be laughing now,
but wait till everyone sees my volcano.
- [Dr. S] Janet called it her mom tax.
Those were good nights.
(Dr. S sniffling)
Their experiments looks so cool.
Can I volunteer?
- Are you kidding?
You can't assist the enemy, Marcus.
Wait, I have an idea.
If you're gonna volunteer to assist the enemy.
- You know I'm a bad liar.
- You just need to go in there,
be cool and get some intel on what she's doing.
Then I'll know if my project is good enough to be hers.
- Do I look like Bond, James Bond?
Competing in the National Science Fair Competition
will open big doors for us.
Big doors, Marcus.
Don't you want to get into MIT?
- I've been tweaking your programming as we go.
Your sense of smell is now connected
to your stored emotional memories hard drive.
- That explains my sudden fondness for keyboard cleaner.
- And, I just wrote a hyper modulator algorithm
that mimics dopamine in the reward center.
- That explains that pleasant charge
in my positive feedback loop.
- That feeling there is called happiness.
I've got a lot more coding to do,
but this software update is gonna make big waves.
- I certainly like this happiness emotion.
My system is delayed due to the process of the data
that Kimmie wanted to kiss me.
I think I desire to kiss her back.
- Motivation and desire is connected to the,
Tre, you can't kiss Kimmie!
- Why did you give me lips then?
- It's not just that.
It's just for one thing, you'll get bored.
And for another, she doesn't know you're a robot.
She's gonna blow up our whole project.
- What is the point in attempting human consciousness
if I can not experience love?
- Sorry, am I interrupting?
I'm here to volunteer.
- Just a second.
What do you think?
That's my enemy's lab partner.
- It's possible he has ulterior motives.
- Or maybe Monica doesn't even know he's here.
We were tight before they started dating.
He's a good person.
If only they were a way to find out what he's up to.
- It's unethical.
It could compromise the scientific integrity.
- Can we stop with all the ethics and philosophy, Tre?
You're supposed to be my friend here.
And besides where were his ethics
when he dropped me for Monica?
- Should I go?
I can come back.
- Oh, no.
Please have a seat.
Tre was just leaving.
- So how does this all work?
Man, is it extra hot in here?
I'm really sorry.
- Yes, just finding usual functioning a little difficult
because I'm processing something Scarlett said
as well as information of your thought
about kissing me earlier.
- You guys read my mind?
- More like heard your mind.
I feel the sensation to go right now.
- Am I supposed to feel bad for you?
- I honestly don't know.
- So basically, when we eat a Starburst,
the mesolimbic dopamine gets activated and, are you okay?
You look uncomfortable.
- It's really fascinated.
You know me, I love this stuff.
- I guess we should get started.
Just eat this and I'll do the rest.
- Aw, she remembered my favorite flavor.
Sure hope my sweat doesn't break her equipment,
even though I was only her partner,
because I felt bad for her, she definitely grew on me.
Gosh, I hate spying for Monica.
- I'm so embarrassed.
- I'm very sorry for your deception.
If it alleviates your embarrassment, I find it
as both flattering and charming.
- It's okay.
You don't have to say that.
You know, you're kind of odd, but you're a good person Tre.
Thanks for telling me.
- [Scarlett] Next time on "Scarlett's Lab."
- This isn't enough to beat Scarlett.
- Other than providing embarrassing insights,
I haven't done much at all.
- Don't worry, we've got it covered.
You're gonna get an A.
- There's nothing in here than stupid doodles.
- Good, let's go.