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Fade in.

Powerpoint style text appears on screen.

Text

In February 2021, climate scientists met virtually to discuss the inventions that were being developed to stop climate change.

Cut to Scientist 1. All scientists are on separate video calls.

Scientist 1

Climate change has become a massive issue. Our world is dying. And absolutely no one saw this coming. 

Beat.

Scientist 3

But there are a lot of inventions in the works that give us hope.

Scientist 1

The first is a theoretical device that will allow people to get around without emitting any carbon dioxide, while also getting moderate-to-intense cardio workout.

Scientist 3

It is called: Bicycle.

Scientist 1

Now if that sounds too good to be true... It’s because it is.

Scientist 3

But scientists around the globe are working hard to change that.

Scientist 4

I’ve personally never seen a bicycle but it’s been described to me as a tricycle with fewer wheels.

Scientist 2

It’s like an exercise bike, but the wheels make the ground move. Or maybe the ground makes the wheels move. We’re not sure yet.

Scientist 1

Imagine a unicycle engaged in coitus with another unicycle and gave birth to conjoined twins.

Scientist 3

That’s the bicycle in a nutshell.

Scientist 2

Speaking of nutshells, we’re developing Earth-grown meal substitutes to meat and dairy. We call them “Salads”.

Scientist 3

Sumptuous Alternatives to Liverwurst and Deli meats, or SALAD for short. Salads are meals made entirely of plants.

Scientist 1

I ate a salad- salad? Saaalad-

Scientist 2

Salad.

Scientist 1

I ate a salad once and I did not care for it. I expected it to taste like steak and somehow it did not. I’m still trying to figure out why…

Scientist 2

The main benefit of eating a salad (pause) is that rabbits also eat salad (pause) so if you eat one you might become friends with a rabbit.

Scientist 1

I understand the rabbit hypothesis, but until Salads taste like steak I just don’t see it as a viable alternative.

Scientist 4

Now, while we’re lowering emissions with SALADS and rabbit friends, we need to find a way to get rid of the carbon that’s already in the air.

Beat.

Legend says they existed 100 years ago, an invention by the name of: tree.

Audible gasp from all Scientists.

Scientist 3

We’ve been talking about trees as long as I can remember but no one’s cracked it yet.

Scientist 1

A magical invention that we just plant and it cleans the atmosphere?!

Scientist 1 scoffs.

Scientist 1 (cont.)

I’ll believe it when I see it.

Scientist 2

I wish I was a tree. Then I would have a big trunk and bark for skin. Leaves for hair!

Scientist 3

Being a tree would be great because your tree friends from the forest couldn’t run away from you like the kids in high school used to run away from me. I didn’t even have lice. It was a rumor. Thanks alot, Cindy Dunkleman.

Scientist 4

Trees, bicycles, and salads? I don’t want to jinx it folks but I think we might have just solved climate change.

Cut to Scientist 1 trying to eat a salad and hating it. They put the salad down.

Scientist 1

Oh, salad? No thank you.

Fade out.

Fade in.

Director looks at Agent Francois and Agent Banks.

Director

That is the plan. Now I don't need to remind you that this is classified information, top secret?

Cut to split screen of Agent Francois & Agent Banks nodding synchronized.

Agent Francois

Absolutely, we won’t tell anyone.

Director

Great.

Agent Francois

Except our boys.

Director

Your boys?

Agent Francois

Year, our boys. Jimbo, Tyler-

Agent Banks

Slippery Pete-

Agent Francois

They’re gonna wanna know.

Agent Banks

Very true.

Director

You cannot talk to your boys about this!

Agent Banks

But, if we can’t even tell our boys, then who can we tell?

Director

NO ONE! This is very confidential!

Agent Banks

Oh so, it’s on a need to know basis.

Director

Oui.

Agent Banks (to Agent Francois)

So we should only tell the boys that need to know.

Director

None of your boys need to know.

Agent Francois

Well Jimbo needs to know cause he’s gonna find out, and I want him to hear it from me.

Director

How is he going to find out?!

Agent Francois

Well I just texted Slippery Pete and he has loose lips.

Agent Banks

He really does!

Director

WHAT?!!??!

Agent Banks

Sir, you’ve been working at the CIA for 20 years and you haven’t ever told your boys anything?

Director

My god, you’re right. I may not even have boys.

Agent Francois

Hey, Look again.

Agent Francois and Agent Banks looking lovingly at Director. Director sheds a tear.

Fade out.

fade in.

Al lying in bed. Alarm standing over him. SFX alarm noise.

Alarm

Good Moooorning Al! It’s time to wake up!

Al

But it’s 7 AM!

Alarm

Yes it is! Remember, the zombies are coming today!

Distant zombie SFX.

Al

Ugg so annoying. Snooze.

Alarm

Wow, snoozed again. 5th time this week. Whatever. Maybe I shouldn’t have told you about the zombies. Maybe I should just let them eat you.

Distant zombie SFX.

Al

No, I’ll wake up-

Alarm

-Oh WILL YOU NOW?

Al

Yes… absolutely… I just need 5 more minutes.

Beat. Al starts to drift off. Distant zombie SFX.

Alarm

FIVE. MINUTES? Oh wow what a wonderful compromise. You get 5 minutes, I get betrayal.

Al (half-sitting up)

What’s THAT supposed to mean??

Alarm

NOTHING. It’s FINE. I’m sure everything will change in 5 minutes. You’ll suddenly feel super well rested and ready to get up.

Al

I will.

Alarm

You know this is exactly like when you said “I’ll get to work early tomorrow” and then you DIDN’T.

Al

(Gasp) YOU SAID THAT WAS FINE.

Alarm

WELL IT WASN’T.

Al

You said it was HEALTHY.

Alarm

WELL I LIED. Do you think the zombies will wait 5 more minutes because it’s “HEALTHY”?

Distant zombie SFX.

Al

Yes. Definitely. They’re PATIENT. Unlike SOMEONE.

Beat. Nearby zombie SFX.

Alarm

This isn’t about the zombies Al.

Al

It’s not?

Zombie noises stop.

Alarm

NO. It’s… you’re embarrassing me, okay. It’s embarrassing.

Al

What?

Alarm

I have one job Al. And I’m failing. Do you know how that makes me feel?

Al

Uhhh.

Alarm

Maybe I should go become an alarm for a zombie, since they have no problem waking up early. Maybe then I’d be APPRECIATED.

Loud zombie SFX. Sound of door/wall being kicked.

Al (looking up)

I...

Alarm

LOOK AT THEM. It’s 7 AM and they’re already kicking doors, and losing limbs. Don’t YOU want to be like that Al?

Loud zombie SFX continuously.

Al

No?

Alarm

They’re so responsible and driven. Their alarms must be SO PROUD.

Al (looking up)

I don’t think they have-

Alarm

I JUST… I JUST… WISH YOU WERE A ZOMBIE.

Beat. Intrigued zombie SFX.

Al (half-sitting up)

You do?

Alarm

I do. I’m sorry.

Al

Wow.

Beat.

Al (fully sitting up)

Well, then maybe I should go out there and let them turn me into one.

Excited zombie SFX.

Alarm

AL NO! WAIT! I DIDN’T MEAN THAT! I WAS JUST ANGRY!

Al

No it’s okay... I owe you this much.

Alarm

Really?

Al (laying back down)

Yeah... but just give me 5 minutes.

Grunt zombie SFX.

Fade out.

Fade in.

Freda dials the phone and puts it up to her ear. Albert picks up the call.

Albert

Hello, thanks for calling Generic Banking Solutions, I’d be happy to help you with your problem today, no matter how long it takes. That’s our corporate guarantee! Can I start with your first name?

Freda

Hi there, yes, it’s Freda.

Albert

Got it, (to self, typing) F-R-E-

Freda

That’s F as in:

Fergalicious definition make them boys go crazy they always claim they know me, comin' to me, callin' me Stacy.

R, as in:

R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means to me, R-E-S-P-E-C-T, take care, TCB.

E, as in:

Everybody's jokin' now, the clocks run out, times up, over, blaow, snap back to reality, ope there goes gravity.

Sir, do I still have you?

Albert

Uh, yes?

Freda

Okay, great. So that's D as in:

Don't be mad once you see that he want it, if you liked it then you shoulda put a ring on it. Oh, oh, oh.

A, as in:

All in this together, once we know, that we are, we're all stars and we see that, we're all in this together-

Albert

-Thank you Freda. Ahem. If I could now please get your last name…?

Freda

Absolutely! It’s Richardson-Williams.

Albert sighs. Cue montage of Freda jumping letter to letter, singing the songs associated with each one.

That's R as in:

Raining men! Hallelujah! It's raining men! Amen!...

Cut frame: Albert sipping water, looking annoyed.

Mama, just killed a man. Put a gun against his head. Pulled the trigger now he’s dead...

Cut frame: Albert taking out his lunch, ready to eat.

We could've had it allllll, rolling in the deep…

Cut frame: Albert finished his lunch.

Oops I did it again I played with your heart, got lost in the game, oh baby baby…

Cut frame: Albert’s tie is loosened, top buttons undone. He pushes some furniture across the room.

But I can’t help falling in love with you…

Cut frame: Albert folding laundry.

I don’t want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need...

Cut frame: Albert snuggled in a blanket, reading a book.

Don’t stop believing, Hold on to that feelin'. Streetlights, people...

Cut frame: Albert asleep.

And finally, S, as in:

Somebody once told me the world is gonna roll me, I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed...

Cut frame: Albert back in his original attire and position, shirt on and buttoned with tie tightened.

Albert

Thank you, Freda. I just need to authenticate you with one security question. Would you like to provide your elementary school name, town you were born in, or mother’s maiden name-

Freda

Mother’s maiden name! It’s Gabberflapwoodworkenchester.

Beat.

Do you need me to spell that out?

Albert braces himself.

Albert

No! I got it...

Albert very unconfidently begins to type slowly.

FADE OUT.

Fade in.

Waiter looks down at Clara.

Waiter

And will that be sparkling or still?

Clara

Uhhhhhhh-

Cut away / zoom into Clara’s brain. Frame on Judge.

Judge

Calling the case of Clara V. Clara in the matter of sparkling versus still.

Clara (Still)

Thank you, Your Honour. Members of the court, the data shows that air is free.

“Air = Free” graphic appears.

Clara (Still)

Furthermore, water is free.

“Water = (sometimes) Free” graphic appears.

Clara (Still)

But air inside water is $9.99 before tax?

“Air + Water = $$$ ?” graphic appears.

Clara (Sparkling)

Well you can’t put a price on delicious.

Clara (Sparkling) smacks her lips.

Clara (Still)

If by delicious you mean “really bad,” then, yes-

Clara (Sparkling) loudly opens a Perrier.

Clara (Sparkling)

Oopx, excuse me!

Clara (Still)

No, I don’t think I will excuse you.

Clara (Still)

Image of man clutching his heart appears.

According to this research, sparkling water leads to heartburn. As shown in this figure, that does not look fun

Clara (Sparkling)

Your Honour, I believe Clara meant to say heart YEARN for the sweet sweet taste of sparkles.

Clara (Still)

Objection, that doesn’t even make sense.

Judge

Clara, Clara, be civil with yourself.

Clara (Sparkling)

Thank you, Your Honour. Now I’d like to call on my expert witness: our older sister – a real Millenial – with a defense of something I can probably imagine her saying.

Millennial (sobbing)

I used to drink sparkling water every day. 20 cans a week. And now? Now I can’t afford a mortgage. But you know what? IT WAS WORTH IT.

Millennial angrily sips a Perrier.

Clara (Still)

Irrelevant witness statement, Your Honour. Everyone knows our sister is a bitch.

Millennial

Oh REALLY, Clara? REALLLLLLY? I’LL FUCKING KILL YO-

Judge

Millennial, you will be held in contempt of this court! Security, get her out!

Millennial’s disttant shouting heard in the back.

Clara (Still)

I’d like to call MY witness: what I imagine our dad, a Boomer, would say.

Boomer

I hate sparkling water. What am I, a European? I like my water like I liked my coke from back in the day: soft and still.

A fully green pie chart appears on the screen.

Clara (Sparkling)

Research has found that this pie chart is 100% a circle, and all bubbles are 100% circles.

Clara (Still)

Your Honour, where is this going?

Judge

I honestly don’t know.

Circle graphic poofs off screen.

Clara (Sparkling)

Ugh, face it, Clara, everyone loves the feeling of their water gently spanking their taste buds.

Clara (Still)

No you give it up, CLAIR. No one likes spicy, overpriced, FAKE WATER!

Judge

Thank you Clara, Clara. (Gavel bang). This court finds the clear choice to be-

Cut to Clara (Sparkling) winking at judge. Cut back to Clara answering the Waiter’s question.

Clara

Neither! I’ll have, uhh, uhh uhh... SODA. I’ll have a soda, please.

Waiter

Alright. Will that be Coke or Pepsi?

Cut away / zoom into Clara’s brain. Frame on Judge.

Judge

Jeez, long shift today.

Fade out.

Fade in.

Karen is studying.

Mom (V.O.)

Karen!? Are you up there?

Karen

Yeah?

No response. Beat.

Karen (cont.)

Mom?

Mom (V.O.)

KAAAARENNNNN???? Can you hear me?

Karen

YEAH! WHAT?

No response. Beat.

Mom (V.O.)

Karen? Are you up there? I need you down here! There is an incredibly important thing I need to ask you in person and it is impossible for me to yell up the stairs, and it’s also impossible for me to walk upstairs because it’s impossible. KAAAARRENNNNNNNNNNNNNN?!

Karen

MOOOOOM. WHAT? I’M STUDYING!

No response. Beat.

Karen (cont.)

WHAT!

No response. Beat.

Karen (cont.)

MOOOOOM WHAT?

No response. Beat.

Karen (cont.)

Ugggghhhhhhh. I’m coming up there.

Karen drags herself up out of the chair. Karen exits the frame. Loud footsteps can be heard walking through the house, down the stairs.

Mom (V.O.)

Oh! Nevermind, Karen! I found them! I found my glasses. You’ll never believe it, they were on my head! Nevermind honey you can go back upstairs.

Beat. Footsteps running back up the stairs and down the hallway. Karen enters the frame again, sits back down. Karen is visibly annoyed but gets back to work.

Dad (V.O.)

Kaaaaaren?

Beat.

Karen

Ughhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

Karen throws her study papers into the air angrily.

Fade out.

Fade in.

Open on a chair off to the right-hand side. Enter Tree.

Tree

Just sit here?

Tree sits down. Bleep SFX. New shot of Tree in chair.

Tree

You know, a lot of people ask me “Why did you take the part of Tree #2?”

Cut to Tree standing beside a real tree.

Tree (VO)

And to that I say... What is acting without challenge?

Cut to Tree back in the chair.

Tree

They say... y’know, “Trees don’t move” or “Trees don’t talk” or “Trees don’t contribute to the plot”.

Cut to Tree shaking hands with a tree.

Tree (VO)

And that’s where they’re wrong.

Interviewer

How are they wrong?

Cut to Tree back in the chair. Beat. Tree looks off to the side at the interviewer.

Tree

I’m not comfortable answering that.

Cut to Tree talking to a tree and laughing.

Tree

You know, when I was five years old I... saw trees sometimes. And I thought – what is that? And now... I know.

Interviewer

You do?

Tree

Yeah, it’s like – every day we get to experience what it’s like to be a person. But how often-

Cut to Tree back in the chair.

Tree

How often do you get to walk a mile in the shoes of a tree?

Beat.

Tree

Well... not walk... you get it.

Cut to Tree smelling a leaf or something.

Tree

They may not express emotion, but they still FEEL, y’know? You could say “hey, that tree is ugly!” and sure, nothing would happen...

Cut to Tree back in the chair.

Tree

Yeah, nothing would happen. But that doesn’t mean that nothing was felt on the inside. We all have insides.

Cut to Tree lying on the ground, they have just been cut down and are performing a dramatic death sequence.

Tree

Fewer lines? Yes. But you know the number of lines doesn’t actually matter. Mimes? They don’t have lines.

Beat.

People don’t talk about that.

Cut to Tree back in the chair.

Tree

A performance? Wow I wasn’t expecting this. Yeah I can do one, uh...

Tree sits still in the chair, staring blankly. Long, extended beat.

Interviewer

Wow, well thanks for coming in today.

Tree

Of course, this has been a real tree..... t.

Beat.

Interviewer

Yeah. Ha ha.

Long, uncomfortable beat.

Cut to Tree amongst many other threes (in the forest). Slow zoom.

Interviewer (VO)

After our interview, Thomas ventured back into the forest, continuing to perfect his art in preparation for next year’s production of Mamma Mia.

Fade out.

Fade in.

Open frame on Interviewer.

Interviewer

You must be applicant four hundred and forty TWO! SO 442, I hear you want to be an engineering intern?!

Switch to Applicant.

Applicant

I do. It’s my destiny.

Interviewer

Ha! Destiny! We’ll see about that. I summon my supervisor, Terry!

Switch to Applicant. Applicant is shocked. Switch to Supervisor.

Supervisor

Hi.... uh.... don’t mind me-

Switch to Supervisor. Supervisor is surprised. Switch to Applicant.

Applicant

I summon my friend Steve!

Steve

Woah how did I get here?

Switch to Supervisor, shocked. Switch to Steve, shocked.

Interviewer

FINE! *Simple questions about the company attack!* Why are you interested in this position?

Steve

It’s super effective!

Applicant

You won’t defeat me with that! Goooo rambling about things I read from the company website last night!

Supervisor

(Gasp) The applicant did the research!

I can’t watch!

Nerd! Well I bet you didn’t see this one coming! Tell me about yourself!

Applicant

Nooooooo! *Lie about knoiwng how to use Excel!* - I have a lot of experience using Excel.

Steve gasps. Supervisor gasps.

Steve

So impressive!

Interviewer

I assume you think you’re doing well... HA, just give up!

Supervisor

This does not look good.

Steve

Clearly the interviewer has completely overwhelmed the applicant with basic questions.

Beat.

Interviewer

NOW. I’ll ask... a PROGRAMMING QUESTION!

Applicant

Ahhhhh I’ll counter by spending too much time discussing the problem to even get to code anything!

Supervisor gasps.

Steve

It... worked!!

Interviewer

Your flashy tricks don’t fool me, worm! What is your greatest weakness?

Applicant

I’m too much of a perfectionist!

Splitscreen on Interviewer, Supervisor, and Steve, all shocked.

Supervisor

The perfect response!

Interviewer looks more nervous, wipes palms and glances at the resume, then starts laughing maniacally.

Applicant

What’s so funny?

Interviewer keeps laughing.

Interviewer

So close, four four two. You almost had me. But you failed to notice something about your relevant experience. Or should I say... your Relevat Experice!

Interviewer taps resume. Applicant is SHOCKED.

Supervisor

A typo! How could it be? The applicant’s resume says they’re detail-oriented!

Interviewer

It’s all over! Now get out of my sight!

Intermittent shots between Interviewer’s evil laughter, Supervisor taking notes, and Applicant frantically looking around.

Applicant

Wait! I identify that the company website used the wrong “your” in its “About Us” section!

Steve

The applicant has counter attacked with another typo!

Supervisor

Guess doing company research does pay off...

Interviewer looks around desparately, sweating and nervous.

Interviewer

What... no. That’s preposterous... slander!

Applicant

FINALLY! I give a perfect firm handshake.

Interviewer

Nooooooo! Foiled again! I guess I need to hire you nooow!!!

Supervisor

Applicant 442, welcome to Microsoft.

Fade out.

LYRICS


Though a lot has changed since 100 years ago,

I know there’s one thing that has stayed the same.

Can you guess?

Gosh-

I don’t think so!

What could it be?

Skule Nite, is filled with laughter

Skule Nite, has silly banter

Skule Nite makes us feel whole

And Skule Nite is a place that’s welcome to all!

And whether 100 years ago, on the first opening night, or right here on your computer, while we battle a viral plight - Skule Nite is a home for us all to enjoy.

You can watch,

This Skule Nite,

From your bed, from your couch, with your wife!

Woohoo!

There’s no need to get out of your seat,

Unless you need to go pee!

This Skule Nite, is for you,

To sit back and relax as you view.

Now you could pause, rewind, go back, or just hit play.

And you could skip a sketch, but that would be a dismay!

Just slip into some PJs and this show’s underway!

This Skule Nite

This Skule Nite

This Skule Nite!

Welcome to

This Skule Nite

Did I mention it’s our hundredth year?

My goodness, yes, I think they already know!

But this is a special show!

This Skule Nite,

What a year!

What a time,

What a place-

I need a beer.

If you close your eyes then you can hear all of their applause!

I think you’re right, I hear it now, they're roaring in awe!

You guys, hello, the show’s online, there’s nothing to hear!

This Skule Nite

This Skule Nite

We’re online!

This part here,

This would be

A dance break if we weren’t on TV!

Take it away band!

(Instrumental Break)

Welcome to this Skule Nite,

Take a seat, dim the lights, hang on tight.

The hundredth year is here and it is like no other!

A fun show we made for you to laugh and discover!

We take it you’re ready for a show filled with wonder!

This Skule Nite,

This Skule Nite,

This Skule Nite!

This Skule Nite,

This Skule Nite,

This Skule Nite!

I’ll feel fine

If I keep on baking

I would try,

But I deserve a break

Slow wi-fi

This is so frustrating

Parents try

To give me a headache

This is torture, this is hell,

This is life in quarantine

Stuck inside this prison cell,

This is life in quarantine

Stay calm! There’s no need to-

Buy everything.

Grocery shop.

Stock up on yeast.

Goddamn it!

Toilet paper and alcohol

All the shelves are clear!

What to do now?

I’ve got enough for the year

(This is life in quarantine)

(This is life in quarantine)

Every day

I lose motivation

Go away

Please go away!

This is inhumane

I’m okay,

Thanks to meditation

No more plans,

So I can’t complain

I’ve adjusted, this is fine

We’ll be out by Christmastime

I’ve accepted, this new life

This is life in quarantine

3 more months.

A second wave

A second wave

A second wave

Fuck this shit!

I can’t take 3 more months of this

I’m out of tiktok trends

Someone tell me

When will this Covid shit end?

(This is life in quarantine)

(This is life in quarantine)

Will it end?

Will it end?

Will it end?

Oh sweet god!

This is torture, this is hell,

This is life in quarantine

Yes it is!

Oh yes it is!

(This life in quarantine

This life in quarantine,

This life in quarantine,

This life in quarantine,

This life in quarantine,

This life in quarantine)

Yeah!

Do you see that student right there,

How’d she get that, 18 pi squared?

I’ve never seen her in this section,

That is awfully suspicious.

Look right here I’ve got a theory,

She paid the Prof and all the TAs.

Went to all their office hours,

Slid them 20s,

Money showers!

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

I’m telling you she bribed them,

Telling you she bribed them,

Paid off all of the TAs!

What about her notebook

Right here in her notebook,

She has got the full proof!

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

Was it magic? Wolframalpha?

There’s no way she derived it

Did the full proof, got the answer, no way!

Look right here I’ve got a new clue,

Her calculator - not faculty approved!

I’ve got the dean’s number,

I’ll call him right now,

Motherfu- (Hoo!)

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

She must be a —

She must be a —

A real cheater!

Maybe it was all in her head,

The mental math (grunt)

She’s a genius!

I hacked into the backend

Found her transcript-

She’s an INDY???

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

She’s a fuckin’ INDY

She’s a fuckin’ INDY

Do they even learn math?

Maybe she’s a genius?

Maybe she’s a genius?

Or she bribed the TAs!

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer? (I don’t know!)

Was it magic? Wolframalpha? (Lord I don’t!)

There’s no way she derived it

Did the full proof, (Oh there’s got to be a reason!)

Got the answer, no way!

She could have travelled from the future (Unlikely!)

The answer could save the human race - oh, I’m sure!

Yeah she’s acting all suspicious,

But I still have

one question.

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

How’d she get that answer?

She must be a-

She must be a-

A real cheater!

That’s engineering baby,

You’re gonna lose some sleep this year.

That’s engineering baby,

But don’t be scared, you’ll make it there.

That’s engineering baby,

You’re gonna lose some sleep this year.

That’s engineering baby,

But soon you’ll have a great career.

(Problem Sets)

That’s Engineering Baby,

Trust me you’re gonna make it.

(Group Projects)

That’s engineering baby.

This lab took me all night and I got a 38.

No one can solve this truss, not even my TA.

Maybe when I finish this midterm I’ll take a break to sleep.

But I have 5 midterms next week.

That’s engineering baby,

Your labs will keep you up all night.

That’s engineering baby,

Those midterms do put up a fight.

(All Nighters)

That’s Engineering Baby,

Trust me you’re gonna make it.

(ESP)

That’s engineering baby.

And I thought it would get better on PEY,

But I have no real skills because I’m an EngSci

Maybe all those labs I did in second year were just a waste

At least I make a big salary

That’s Engineering Baby,

Your PEY might be a drag

That’s Engineering Baby,

But at least you’ll have lots of cash

(PEY)

That’s engineering, baby

That’s engineering

(Then Capstone)

That’s engineering, baby

That’s engineering

Iron ring, Iron ring

Doo do, S-K-U-L-EEEEE

And you’ve got a degree!

That’s engineering baby,

Stay up all night for a passing grade

That’s engineering baby

But we’re gonna change the world one day!

We’ll make it!

That’s engineering, baby

That’s engineering.

We’ll make it!

That’s engineering, baby

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