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Desc:Yes, that's Ben Affleck
Category:Nature & Places, Educational
Tags:ocean, SCIENCE!, ben affleck, arctic
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:02/11/09
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IrishWhiskey - 2009-02-11
I remember watching this show in middle school science class.

This was a brain-meltingly dull show, except for the hypothermia episode here. Mostly because it involved two men suddenly stripping down and hopping into a sleeping bag together while spooning, in the middle of a dull science show about tracking whales.
cognitivedissonance - 2009-02-11
Don't forget about the episode where they're castaways and start drinking seawater.

FABIO - 2009-02-12
Besides the homo and the water, the only other thing I remember about the show was showing how intolerant the white male captain was for voicing concern that the deaf chick would be in danger as a high seas sailboat deckhand.

Her friend showed the captain how ignorant he was by demonstrating that knocking on the deck would work for alerting deaf chick anywhere on the ship to a boom about to hit her.

boba. - 2009-02-12
I remember learning the word 'hypothermia' from watching this back in the day

astropod five - 2009-02-12
I must have been out sick that day, because all I remember is the water.

fatatty - 2009-02-12
Wasn't there an amputee chick on the boat too?

Hooker - 2009-02-12
Strangely, the one where he went up to an asteroid hurtling towards Earth was easily the most boring.

eatenmyeyes - 2009-02-14
fatatty, the second Voyage of the Mimi had the amputee. I only saw the first episode because the gifted enrichment program at my grade school was one whereby students were removed to a room in the basement for part of the day to attend more awesome math and science classes. On the days when the gifted class watched Mimi episodes, my homeroom had art, music, PE, or something else I didn't care about(can't quite remember). As such, I knew more about whales and hypothermia than archeology and amputees.

chumbucket - 2009-02-11
is that ben affleck?
HankFinch - 2009-02-12
No way, that guy in the sweater is way too old to be ben affleck

meamlegion - 2009-02-11
The close-up on Affleck's face is priceless... 20+ years later and that blank stare with his mouth slightly open is still his dramatic/dead-serious face.
Glendus - 2009-02-12
Way to get that tune stuck in my head again, jerks
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-03-04
That damn song has been permanently seared into my brain.

Lurchi - 2009-02-12
I want to go back in time and punch him.
baleen - 2009-02-12

it would have been nice if he and Ethan Hawk from White Fang were found mutlated in an ice cave somewhere, their tender anuses violated by polar bears and their intestines strewn about the icicles like party streamers.

IrishWhiskey - 2009-02-12
Oh, thanks a lot baleen. You've just inspired another DeviantArt work.

OgreMkIV - 2009-02-12
There's another one where he's at the Mt. Washington Observatory, my former employer. Watching that was always good for a chuckle. Surprised he didn't go to USACE CRREL for this one - they are big on freezing people and things.

Isn't the Twinkie factory in Natick, too?
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