Demetri wrestles with when it's good to be in control, particularly while driving. Meanwhile, a secret agent only wants to die under certain circumstances.
Demetri finds that spaces in a sentence are just as important as word choice. Also, space travel in the future is disconcertingly simple.
The natural world beguiles Demetri as he expounds on the cruelty of duck hunting and Bigfoot's mysterious sexual orientation.
Demetri demonstrates how adding lines to a drawing can change everything and laments the lack of pick-up line equivalents for breaking up.
Demetri returns to the number 2, shining a spotlight on Superman's duplicitous sidekick and how the shape of the number 2 conveys some vital information.