I'm sorry Dr. Strauss, but I don't see anything. Its just spilled ink!
It's fine. Maybe we can still use you...
Just try to do your best!
Why am I not faster than a mouse?
Charlie looks like the best one we have tested so far and, he has a lot of motivation
I'm worried he could get sick because of the increase in IQ. But you are right, we will use him.
After Charlie says he can't see anything on the Inkblot Cards, Dr. Strauss and Prof. Nemur say that maybe they can still use him.
Charlie, don't tell anybody about this operation just in case something goes wrong. Ok?
Not at all. You are making a contribution to science!
Ok. Should I worry?
Burt sets up a maze for Charlie and Algernon to race in. Algernon wins and Charlie loses, which makes him angry.
Turn this on everynight, before you go to sleep.
What does it do?
I'll explain. This machine teaches you things while sleeping, and it also makes you have dreams and remember things.
Ok, thank you.
Prof. Nemur and Dr. Strauss debate on whether on not Charlie should be used for the experiment. They decide to use him.
Charlie, you don't have to write down everything in your progess reports.
Yeah, but I will still collect everything and decide what I want to publish.
Prof. Nemur tells Charlie not to tell anyone about the operation just in case something goes wrong. He assures Charlie that he is making a contribution to science.
Prof. Nemur presents a machine that resembles a TV to Charlie. When Charlie asks about its function, Prof. Nemur gets frustrated and Dr. Strauss explains.
Prof. Nemur and Dr.Strauss say that Charlie does not have to write everything down in his progress reports, but Prof. Nemur will be collecting all of them to decide which to publish, as he would a regular experiment.