[previously] You could be squating
like guriguriguri. and I’ll be like, standing like bueeeeeh ¡Uh, uh, uh! – That’s it. And we’re gonna call her Chernobyl. [they laugh] Wait, let me write it down.
What again? You would aproach me and would [cough] and then I’d be infected. With HIV. Exactly. Stigma! Guri guri guri! Listen, gurls, I need a host because I’m a, because I’m a virus! The future will be feminist or it won’t be. She saw it. She smelled it. She licked it. Regarding content, there was more
in bacteria and viruses. The radiation act had lots
of improvising moments when they looked at each other suprised.
[they laugh] Bacteria and viruses. [aplause] Science Queers… Academy! Elephant [elephant noise, they laugh] Wait, I didn’t do it properly. [elephant noise, they laugh] It only works when I do it with the hand. Without the hand it doesn’t work.
[they laugh] Like a lever. It’s like I don’t feel it. I don’t feel elephant enough. [dog bark, they laugh] Hello, students – Uaaa! [they laugh] What a party. I bring you today’s task. Today’s episode is a musical. [aplause] In pairs, you are getting a topic
and an instrumental song and you need to add lyrics on that topic to the song. Ok? The pairs are: Estrella… Me. … with Inma. They know each other. That’s an advantage. No, you have an advantage.
You do musical theatre. Canary! Arianne with Bigotex. Uuuh! – Oh, yes! We’ll make a comeback. [they laugh] And you can guess… Ah! – Dyke-like. …that Rita and Saphira will be
a wonderful duo. Good luck. See you. – Bye. We’re not even ready [they laugh] Let’s see. Let’s read this last sentence again. [music] Biodiversity is the complete variety
of life on Earth. We wrote very difficult lines. I don’t think I’m going to remember them. [cabaret music] There is one last thing to explain: solidification. Let’s see if you can guess. No need for an explanation. [music] And there’s 1 minute 14 of song left. [cabaret music] It has no rhythm. Coz it’s spoken word. It’s like an add, a commercial. That’s why we wanted to do a bit
like master of ceremonies. With this cold and my hormonal state changes, how do you manage? Don’t worry. I’ve got a great idea. Since we are very tasteful transvestites, we’re gonna do a musical. Solid can change… Those guys who can interpret properly will do it. … and explode as a liquid. That’s too much. Now it’s time for the scientific explanation. Nutrients and energy, the water in you blood would give to you. [music] We are going to get undressed. Reveal your bra.
– No way. Heat is nothing else
than energy in transiton. Temperature goes up
if we apply more friction. From solid to liquid, that is called fusion. Lana, expel us already. [they laugh] Let’s go from the top, from the top. You need to drink two litres of water, the most proper hydration. If you are hot, water cools you down. And if you are cold, it warms you up. Dasies, roses and chrysanthemums. Uh! Butterflies, snakes, sharks, carnations, fir trees and pines. Science rules and so do we. But do you know what? There’s something much more greater. Wait, did you say better?
No. [they laugh] Ok, Bigotex. I’m sorry. You disappoint me. You bring me down, I’ll drag you by your hair. I promise because we have to win this. Oh, god! No, it’s gonna be ok. Ok, but think that they don’t give a shit what we do. It’s us doing it. Hold on to the script
if you don’t know your lines. I don’t know mine either. Let’s go over the text again. Please, meet the control freak.
– Pfff… Science Queers… Academy! My fellow science queers, welcome to the main lecture hall
of Science Queers Academy. Today the students are doing a musical to talk about scientific topics. As judges, we have the returning teachers. Putella Deville [aplause] and Vicente. Thank you. Without further delay,
here come the science musicals. [Water in the body] Girl, I’m thirsty. Well, drink. Drink water. Can’t I have a beer? Dude, you have no idea about
the many benefits of water. But it doesn’t taste like anything. Shhht! I’m gonna sing you something. Your body is made of water. You are two thirds of water. You must drink two litres of water, the most proper hydration. If you are hot, water cools you down. And if you are cold, it warms you up. Nutrients and energy, the water in the blood would give to you. [music, they laugh] How does it benefit you? you might be wondering at home. Close your mouth, open your eyes and ears and drink from our knowledge. It cushions and protects your vital organs, it purifies your kidneys
of unparalleled crap, it controls the pressure
at which your blood flows, it mosturizes your nose,
your eyes and your mouth. Dude, we’re giving real interesting data. Yes. Science rules and so do we. But do you know what? There’s a greater benefit. Wait, did you say greater? Something that will make people
start drinking water like there’s no tomorrow. Tell me, Bigotex. What’s it? Is it better than water helps
prevent constipation? Better. Better than when you’re hydrated, water improves your concentration? Way much better. Damn, Bigotex. I’m at a loss. Water can increase the calories you burn when you exercise and it can help your body reduce
your fat deposits. So, are you telling me – Yes! Water makes you thinner! Water makes you thinner. It makes you thinner. Water makes you thinner. It makes you thinner. Water makes you thinner. It makes you thinner. Water makes you thinner. It makes you thinner. Well, now you know. See you next time. Stay hydrated. Adéu. I am Bigotex Delatex. And Arianne Coral. We looked good. She had a great outfit. And she chose my costume. I mean, she’s a genius, man. [Biodiversity] [cabaret music] Biodiversity is the complete variety of life on Earth. She means the amount of species of animals and vegetals that exist somewhere. Horse, giraffe and opossum. Dasies, roses and chrysanthemums. Uh! Butterflies, snakes, sharks, carnations, fir trees and pines. Zebras, whatnot. Because biodiversity is the complete variety of life on Earth. In the same way biodiversity also occurs in humans. There’s diversity of sex,
of body and of gender. Live and feel the way you like. Bears and otters. Are we still talking about animals?
[they laugh] There are also dykes, transsexuals. Queers. You can even feel unicorn if you want to. The human activities have reduced biodiversity at a global scale. Populations of animals and vegetals
have been lost. Because they couldn’t adapt
to the changes in the environment, like global warming, new plagues and illnesses. And to top it of, the Amazon is burning. We need each other in a balanced way. This song has a cabaret feel and we need to talk about biodiversity and how animals and plants
die around the world. I mean, how do you act all slutty to talk about people dying? [aplause] [Changes of state] Hi, Rita. – Hi, Saphira. What’s wrong? With this cold and my hormonal state changes, how do you manage? Don’t worry. I have an idea. Since we are very tasteful transvestites, We’re gonna do a musical. [music, they laugh] Now we’re going to talk about energy and heat. We are going to get undressed. Reveal your bra.
– No way. Heat is nothing else
than energy in transiton. The degrees go up
if we apply more friction. [music] Rub more and rub more. Watch it, you produce more heat. Solid can change and explode as a liquid.
– That’s too much. From solid to liquid, that is called fusion. And liquid to gas, that is vaporisation. Let’s go, girls. Come on! Tell’em, Saphi. Come on, Rita. Rita Lynn! [they laugh] We’re killing the choreo. [tongue pop] And now let’s go back. Obtain liquid from a gas, that’s called liquefaction as well as condensation. There is one last thing to explain: solidification. Let’s see if you can guess. No need for an explanation. [music] Please, end already. [aplause] [Summary of 2nd run]
Your body is made of water. [voices by The Soul Pumpettes]
You are two thirds of water. You must drink two litres of water, the most proper hydration. If you are hot, water cools you down. And if you are cold, it warms you up. Nutrients and energy the water in the blood would give to you. [cabaret music] Biodiversity is the complete variety of life on Earth. Live and feel the way you like. We’re going to do a musical. [music] Now we’re going to talk about energy and heat. We are going to get undressed. Reveal your bra
– No way. Heat is nothing else
than energy in transiton. The degrees go up
if we apply more friction. [music] [aplause] Girls, it was a fantastic show,
very educational. Let’s see what the teachers think. First of all, congratulations. I liked it. It was very fun and educational, indeed. Maybe synchronising your lips with the music can be considered the drawback. But the content was good, very educational and very fun, which is fundamental. In the first run it was quite visible that Arianne was carring. Because I think that Bigotex was more nervous, more like “oh, dunno, dunno”. [they laugh] But later, in the last run you showed more confidence rapping and everything. You did miss some words… I liked it better. And you, I love your energy. I love your lipsync. I’m fascinated. Regarding composition and everything I have to give credit to Arianne because she did an excellent job. Don’t say that on camera, girl. [they laugh] We did it together. [aplause] Thanks a lot, girls. [aplause] Well, girls. [they laugh] Biodiverse. Well done, very interesting, very biodiverse and there was a nod to the LGBT community which I appreciate a lot. Let’s see what the other think. I loved it. Congratulations again. It was very funny. The choreography you created which had big parts of improvisation too, I mean, very cool. The content also very cool, very educational, and the parallel, as she said, of the community with biodiversity. Very cool. Very funny. Thanks. Congratulations for yor choreography. I liked it. I like noticing that you took the time to decide we’re going to do this here, this here. The text seemed a bit weird to me at first. I feel that… That’s coz you had never heard it before. Because, literally, what you said was “biodiversity is the diversity
on life on the planet, bla bla, the diversity of life
on the planet.” Because it’s the important message. It’s an assignment… It is a concept. It’s an assignement on biodiversity and this is what you need to remember. I ask, what is biodiversity? I’ve repeated it. Did you hear it?
You didn’t understand? Pay attention. [they laugh] You are the teachers here
and we are the students. Are we paying attention?
We are paying attention. Are you? So-so. [they laugh] You’ve got this quality that you stand here act silly and make everyone laugh and I don’t know if it’s good or bad.
[they laugh] I’ve got a bad critique
because you took the easy road. And it was all… Michelle Visage, who? It was all spoken word. Was it good? Yes. Very musical? Because there was background music. Thanks a lot, girls. [aplause] Girls, congratulations for your show. [they laugh] You have to be very brave
to do what you did. But it’s good. I would define what you’ve done as
viral trash. [they laugh] It’s very trash, but comprehensible and it’s ok, it was very catchy. Congratulations as well. I laughed a lot. I mean, your voices [they laugh] wonderful. The message was great again. The difference between listening
to the original [they laugh] and then with the Pumpettes… I also feel that there was more confidence
in the improvisation. I liked it more in the second run. The first time it felt a lot like “oh, awkward silence, awkward”. I even wrote it down: awkward silence.
[they laugh] And the second time didn’t feel that awkward. I don’t know if it’s connected
to the change of voices. But I congratulate and felicitate you because you were the only ones who did a full song singing all the time and you didn’t resort
to the typical rap or spoken word. And I admire that. I actually really appreciate that you sang through all the song. Despite your voices. [they laugh] Wonderful, girls. Congratulations. Thank you. [aplause] Girl, you humiliated me. I promise I’m going to cut you. Rita, Rita. I’m a fan of Rita. I want a picture of her like this
and I’ll make a T-shirt. [they laugh] With the song included. With the words “viral trash”. When she’s 60, she can wear this makeup work on her look and she’ll be
the new Mónica del Raval. [they laugh] Look, the ambulance is taking her. Ah, the ambulance is here. Let’s see, girls. What did you think? Because I’m undecided. Me too. – Are you? – Yes. Am… It’s, ah… Do you have a favourite song? No. I have a favourite person, which is different. Me too. My favourite person is Arianne Coral. I feel that her lipsync… But it’s very easy to… At first I thought Estrella,
but she takes advantage of the fact that she says three words
and everybody laughes. And I do enjoy it a lot,
but I feel that Arianne, she deserves the credit. I think the same. I knew from the beginning that Estrella was very funny,
you laugh a lot, she’s very amusing. But it is true that sometimes she is too much. And it this case we could value
the work of Arianne. Exactly. Yes. Yes. Judging by teams, I feel that changes of state had more… Judging individually, Arianne. You know? This is my decision. Yes. I agree because… You don’t disagree. [they laugh] Rita and Saphira did what they were supposed to do, which is a full song. Estrella and Inma, regardless
of their natural grace, they went for spoken word,
and that was a bit of a miss. Between Arianne and Bigotex,
Arianne has a lot more rhythm. The text of the first one, the water, seemed more complete to me. But I didn’t quite see the duo. True. Yes. When Estrella repeated
“the diversity is the diversity”, she said it again and I thought that was university analysis 101. Well, for the distracted students. Well then. Let’s tell them what. Dear students of the academy, it was difficult to choose one of your shows. Respectable. We have decided that the pair of nerds of this task are the changes of state. Uaaah! [aplause] This is a plot twist in the show that nobody was expecting. [humming] We surrender to their trash. [they laugh] Thanks. We’ve found appropriate to highligh
the Broadway work of Arianne Coral. Don’t get it wrong.
I’m not here to pass the time. I’m here to win. And I work like a Trojan. Thank you. See you in the next class. Bye. – Bye. [aplause] [music] Science Queers… Academy! The students of the academy are going
to talk about female scientists. The first woman to be a doctress.
Doctor? Doctress. they didn’t want to accept her in the schools. Because she was a woman. Beacuse she was the one who,
I don’t know. She discovered radioactivity? Have you read that? I’ve read that a few times. [they laugh] Because my wife is from Seattle. It’s an icecream of 40 flavours. [they laugh] To stuff myself with it. A German naturalist who spent 10 years collecting specims… Arg! It might look like her boobs are falling.
[they laugh] I must say it looked like a fish to me. Those things shouldn’t be said.
Those things lower your mark. I don’t know if you are a scientist or a harasser in an ally. [they laugh] The four students that will make it to the next class Subtitled by Lana Vuli