Right. According to this book,
“Connecting with Your Roots,” step one is to provide the
appropriate amount of sunlight for your loved one, which means they shouldn’t
be kept in your bedroom. So that’s why I threw
Darwin out last night. I’m pretty sure
that book’s about plants. That makes sense, ’cause part
two is “Cover with Fertilizer.” [ Muffled shouting ] Anyway, step three
is “Dress Appropriately.” So what kind of fishwear
have we got going on? Mom, what’s that? Treasure chest. What are you wearing? Mermaid outfit.
Why do you ask? Because it looks very wrong. Mm, you’re right. Maybe we need
to rethink this and take a long, hard look at
ourselves in the mirror. Nah, we’re nailing this. Okay!
I’m gonna take a walk! Away from
all this craziness. -Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
-Wait. Wait. No.
Just no. [ All sighing ] It’s great we’re going
for ice cream, Darwin, but what’s up with them? Apparently, we now swim
as a school. Why? All I got
for an answer was… [ Lips popping ] Okay. There you go —
a banana split to share. [ Sighs ] Right. See you later. ♪♪ Could you please
stop that? So you’re not digging
the whole shoal thing? No! [ All sighing ] [ Grunting ] And I don’t like the
my gills” thing either! I’ll be in my bowl. [ Door slams ]