(after the X-1 has just crashed in Jerusalem) So what do we do here, Brock? –Well, that all depends. If the Israelis get here first we might have a chance. I know some guys in the Mossad. But if the PLO shows up, well, my Arabic's a little shaky. –Not a problem! Did you forget this baby runs on pure plutonium? They're gonna love us! –And that's what Christmas is all about!
In 1969, the Guild of Calamitous Intent enacted an addendum to Article 47 of the Unusual Torture Act. So let's cut the monkey business. –Go, Dad! –Yes, 'Go, Dad.' And what's more, you arrogant little troublemaker, you have to let us all go. –How the hell do you know that? –Heh. Check it out for yourself. –Maybe I will. –Oh, you don't know when to stop with all this, do you? You just keep pushing my buttons. –You're my Arch Enemy! That's what I do. That's my thing. –Aah! –All right. Fine. I have a Guild of Calamitous Intent handbook in my glove compartment. I'll be right back. Don't go anywhere.
Testicular torsion isn't just something on TV. It's a real problem. –Testicular torsion occurs only in males, usually under 25-years-of-age. –If you're experiencing sharp pains in the scrotum, swelling in one or both testes, or even blood in your semen, your genitals are most likely dying. –That's right, Doc! So if you want to keep them, you need to seek medical attention as soon as you experience pain like Hank and Dean here did. –So don't be a jack-ass, go see a doctor. –If you want to keep your testicles healthy, remember these three words: Stop, Touch, and Tell. –To find out more about Testicular Torsion, you can look in special medical books. –Or on the InterWeb!