In this episode, logical thought and raw emotion meet as Matt finds two numbers that say “I Love You”, Helen sings mathematical equations that are guaranteed to make your brain light up and Steve embarrasses himself with the science of blushing:
- Steve's bit (00:51)
- Matt's bit (11:15)
- Helen's bit (30:13)
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Corrections and clarifications:
- Liran Bromberg emailed to clarify that the Choco Leibnitz biscuit is - in fact - named after the mathematician. Which surprised Helen, who thought that all of the biscuits and "biscuits" mentioned in her song were just naming coincidences. Thanks for the bonus fact, Liran!
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