Hey, Nur. -Hey.
-I’m just smelling coffee. Also, I’m talking really fast,
’cause I’ve had four cups so far. I saw your research dossier and it says
the U.S. is the world’s biggest… Producer of oil. -Are you serious?
-Yeah. Yeah, we just got the biggest this year. I have an idea for the Oil episode. I think coffee and oil
is actually a great analogy. I’ve seen T-shirts of people, like, “Don’t talk to me
till I’ve had my coffee.” So maybe you could say, -“Don’t talk to me until I’ve had my oil.”
-Oil. -Not good.
-No. -Not good. That’s not good.
-No. Oil and our dependency on oil is one of the things
where we’re number one in this race, but it doesn’t matter. Everyone’s converting to renewable energy. It’s like if America suddenly started investing
in Blockbuster Video. Alright, so what are the other things
that you found while you were digging in on this story? Did you really go information-fracking? I see what you did there. We actually found out that
this administration is rolling back a lot of environmental regulations, as they’re promoting more oil production
around the country. What the frack? So what’s the punchline to all of this?
We’re producing way too much oil? I think the real question is, can we even use all this oil
without harming the environment? We would have to make, like,
700 hundredFast & Furiousmovies. Vin, I’m talking to you. I don’t think that’ll work. TheFast & Furiouspart?
So hear me out. What if we did theFast & Furiousthing,
we didn’t have to destroy the Earth and burn up all the fossil fuel
that we have, and serve it towards the environment
and energy? So the entire movie is just us using electric cars instead, and then every pivotal scene
is just us sort of hanging out, charging our cars,
and just talking to one another. I think it’d be great to see me,
Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson,
our future president, all just charging Teslas and having a great conversation. Can you even drive a stick shift? No. I don’t know, like,
if I would pay $16 for this film.