The doctor taught Jack a thing or two before taking in any new information himself.
Dr Alex George, aka Dr Do-More, became both a teacher and student by teaching Jack Fincham a thing or two about our brains, before Josh Denzel taught him to “floss”.
In unseen footage of the villa, the doctor chatted with his companion and Wes Nelson in the hot tub, where they discussed how their brains work in terms of vision and treatment.
Soon after, Alex and Josh got down to flossing in the kitchen, and the NHS worker quickly picked up on the whimsical dance movement sweeping the country.
In his conversation with Jack, he told the pen salesman that our eyes don’t really see in 3D, but see everything as flat, and our brains make us believe things have more dimensions.
Jack was completely stunned, demanding, “Why did you tell me that? I can’t believe it!”
Alex continued: “And some buildings in London are playing on that – your brain is trying to tell you it can’t be flat.”
Wes chuckled hysterically as his friend Jack seemed to question his own existence while contemplating such an amazing scientific idea.
The laughter continued later as Josh clashed with Alex to teach him a valuable lesson: how to floss.
Samira Mighty had given the boys a little dance lesson before, choreographing a routine for them to learn and perform by the pool.
But Josh wanted to improve the Doctor’s game and showed him how to bring down the dance craze for the next time he went to clubs.
Alex’s limbs were all on his hips as he tried to master the movements, but soon he started to understand and tried to increase his speed.
He exclaimed, “I’m flossing, buddy! The doctor is flossing!”
Islanders loved her excitement, declaring the statement as her new best quote in the series.
While the doctor might have had a bit of a cheesy moment here, another being when he explained all the new phrases he learned such as “peng sort” and “creps” he played it cool. in the coupling department and bagged new girl Ellie Brown.
She seemed charmed by his intelligence, even to the point where she told newcomer Zara McDermott that she needed him to give her a “penis-cillin” shot.
But will he really be her type on paper?
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