Sophie discusses fear and explains its purpose: to keep us alive. She illustrates what happens to our bodies when we're scared and mentions the different ways in which fear can be evoked. She then talks about the flight or flight response and references Charles Darwin's "Flinch" experiment that he conducted on himself.
Beakman explains flatulence and why our bodies build up gas that needs to be expelled. He explains how various foods affect the bacteria in the colon and that they release gas and cause it to accumulate. They also mention that the sound of flatulence comes from the anal sphincter.