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  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • I love American optimism.

  • They have a pretty nice flag.

  • Are you joking?

  • [GASPS]

  • What?

  • That is actually shocking.

  • That's nothing you would ever see in Britain.

  • That would cause, you know, riots.

  • In the U.S., a large drink in McDonald's is 77% bigger

  • than in Europe.

  • That's disgusting.

  • Wow.

  • Wah.

  • [CHUCKLES]

  • It's diabetes to go.

  • Many common U.S. food ingredients

  • are banned in the E.U.

  • Whoa.

  • Adzowhat.

  • Azodicarbon--

  • Azodicar

  • bonamide?

  • Banned in Europe because it may cause cancer.

  • Mm, cancer brownies.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • It's so cute.

  • We have a baby.

  • Yes.

  • How long do you get for parental leave

  • in your country?

  • The mother gets 410 days.

  • The fathers as well.

  • There's a paternal leave that is, I think,

  • it's about nine weeks.

  • O.K., the number of paid days of maternity

  • leave guaranteed by law in the U.S.

  • Let's see.

  • [NEEDLE SCRATCH]

  • Wow.

  • It's nothing.

  • Oh, my.

  • Like, I was right.

  • It's literally like, you want to have a kid?

  • Well, you're on your own now.

  • Well, you de-incentivize people

  • from having kids like that.

  • You de-incentivize poor people from having kids,

  • because if you're rich, you can obviously

  • afford it.

  • Yeah.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • You are graduated.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • These are the annual fees at major U.S. universities.

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M.I.T., $51,832.

  • For a year?

  • A year?

  • I mean, honestly, that is a bit

  • disgusting from a first-world nation.

  • I mean, I pay 18 euros per semester.

  • Yeah.

  • In Denmark, it's free.

  • [CHUCKLES]

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • [SIREN]

  • A woman's leg got stuck in the gap between the train

  • and the platform.

  • She begged no one call an ambulance.

  • It's $3,000, she wailed.

  • I can't afford that.

  • Coming from the Bulgaria, which

  • is the poorest E.U. member state,

  • I've never heard about this.

  • In 2015, medical bills led to 1 million adults

  • declaring bankruptcy.

  • - [SIGHS]

  • My dad is diabetic.

  • And he gets really good care in Belgium.

  • And we don't pay a penny to it.

  • It's completely free.

  • But what surprises me is that people are not rioting

  • on the streets, to be honest.

  • I know.

  • Oh, my god.

  • That conversation.

  • This is a toy AR-15.

  • An AR-15-style rifle was used in the San Bernardino

  • shooting that killed 14 people.

  • The Orlando nightclub shooting that

  • killed 49 people.

  • In the 2017 Las Vegas shooting

  • that killed 58 people.

  • Hm.

  • Mm.

  • Washington, D.C., actually banned handguns.

  • But the ban was overturned in 2008

  • by the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Whoa, overturned.

  • So somebody had the

  • Somebody thought, yes

  • common sense to ban this.

  • And then they were like, do you know what?

  • No.

  • No, we need guns.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • Americans are incredibly friendly and hospitable.

  • I wish we could be that sort of happy and optimistic

  • about the future.

  • And the influence has been huge, like, and still today.

  • Whether it's food, or music, or fashion, or art, film.

  • The younger generation in America

  • has definitely given me hope about

  • Yeah.

  • the future of America.

  • And everyone secretly has an American dream.

  • So--

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, you know, we can still all resubscribe

  • to that.

  • In Germany, we don't wave flags.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

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