Sahana explains that humans can identify emotions in inanimate objects and from anyone around us. The universal expressions allow individuals to communicate with just their facial expressions.
The scene shows an overlap of George and Fred Jung reflecting over the years past when George was a child and young man. This reflection brings sadness to both George and his father, Fred.
Matt, worried after being split from everyone else, attempts to find his brother. Tai encounters Matt and explains that they must head to the island. However, Matt thinks otherwise. Clouded by his emotions, Matt argues and even gets into a physical altercation with Tai.
It is crazy to think that we can feel emotions- universally the same- and from something so simple as dots. Can you feel the emotions?
Mr. Bean is going to make a cake. But he has an accident while dealing with butter