So Weird

Season 2 Episode 18

James Garr

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Aired Monday 7:00 PM Mar 17, 2000 on Disney Channel
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Fi discovers that Carey's hospital roommate was revived after being cryogenically frozen in an experiment.

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      • Fi: Would you like me to read to you? I can get you up to speed on what's goin' on in the world.
        James: James Garr doesn't understand why that's important.
        Fi: You have to get up to date if you're gonna go out and support yourself. You used to be a schoolteacher, right?
        James: James Garr taught first grade. He liked children.
        Fi: Okay. Do you still like 'em?
        James: James Garr does not like them or dislike them. James Garr doesn't feel anything now.

      • Fi (narrating): Meet Tom Turkey. Frozen in the prime of his life. Well, before you know it, this could be you. I don't mean you're gonna be eaten for Thanksgiving, I'm talking about Cryonics, the science of freezing people so they can be revived later. Some amphibians have already been frozen and brought back to life. And even though they haven't worked out all the details about how to revive human beings, there are already several companies that will take your money to put you in cryostasis, the big freezer. Right now, people go in after they die. But in the future, the plan is to put them in alive, hoping the future will hold cures for what ails them. But even if they do figure out how to revive people, how do we know those people will ever be what they were? I mean, you can freeze the body, but can you freeze the soul?

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