Discussing Conflict
00:00 - 02:07
2m 7s

Robin Williams is explaining the concept of the word, "conflict," to the two headed monster. This is a new concept to them, so he breaks it down into simpler terms. Robin and the monster begin to argue and realize that they are in the middle of a conflict.


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