PROFESSOR: How can I recommend
you to world class faculty members here at MIT
if you’re sloppy? [MUSIC PLAYING] PHIL: One of the students
doesn’t want to confess to spilling half a bottle of
hazardous chemical on the laboratory floor. I mean, that’s a major
safety hazard. IKE: Did you guys
know who did it? PHIL: No. IKE: Yeah, I can’t tell you. I’m a brother. I’m a homey. PHIL: This is when
we have a witch trial like in The Crucible. And if nobody confesses, we
send everybody home, and everyone gets an
F for the day. IKE: [BLEEP] was the one who spilled
the urea. Don’t tell [INAUDIBLE]. Don’t tell. [MUSIC PLAYING] PHIL: Pretty angry. I would say it was urea, but
we can’t know for sure. So. IKE: But he knows himself. He knows himself. [LAUGHS] It’s a secret. [MUSIC PLAYING] PHIL: Recently across the
country and, of course, throughout time, there’s been
waves of serious injuries and deaths as a result of not
following best safety practices in the laboratory. PROFESSOR: The labs have
not been cleaned. Chemicals, basically, have been
spilled on the scales and on the floor. PHIL: If somebody steps in
that, they track it home. It’s on your shoes. It gets on your rug. PROFESSOR: You come in, and
you spill the chemicals. And then, you just disappear. And that is just not right. PHIL: Next thing you know,
you’re doing Pilates in a puddle of urea. HANSOL: He’s basically
yelled at us. That’s as far as he’s going
to get in terms of yelling at students. PROFESSOR: I forgot
you’re freshmen. So what I’m going to do is I’m
going to give you a fresh start today. You’re going to clean
up your act. Today’s your new start.