字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Here's a question for you. Who here likes learning? [cheers and applause] Who likes watching TV? [cheers and applause] Good for you. Listen to this. There's a new way to combine learning with watching television, because, let's be honest, doing anything without television is stupid. [laughter] There's a professor in New Jersey, and he's using old episodes of "Seinfeld" to teach medical students about psychiatric disorders. [laughter] The class is called, "What's the Deal with Psychiatric Disorders?" This is--it's a real thing. It's actually-- he's calling it "Psy-feld," and-- as in psychiatry plus Seinfeld. I put that together. In under two days, I figured it out. [laughter] The professor says that Jerry can be diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, George is egocentric, and Kramer is schizoid. [laughter] Isn't that interesting? If that's how I could've learned stuff in college, I would've stayed way past my first week. [laughter] I think using TV as a learning tool is a fantastic idea. Growing up, my mother would plant me right in front of the television, in front of, like, "The Beverly Hillsbillies" or something like that, and after watching it nonstop for three months, I learned my family had moved, and they didn't tell me. I was just-- [laughter] But I really do think you can learn a lot from television, including my show, of course. If you're studying astronomy, for instance, guess what? I'm a huge star. [laughter and applause] Thank you. Anybody in law school? I'll tell you, what you do, if you're trying to pass the bar, stop, turn around, go back in the bar, have a shot of tequila. I passed three bars this morning. I know what I'm talking about. Anybody studying economics? - Whoo. - Yeah. - Yeah. - This is money, and it's a lot of it. [laughter] [cheers and applause] Now, pay attention if you're studying physics or meteorology. I just made it rain. [cheers and applause] It's gravity. So that's gravity. Now it's time for an anatomy lesson. Nick--my gardener-- Nick, where are you? [cheers and applause] Please get naked for educational purposes. [cheers and applause] Thank you. A- for not taking your pants off. Hey, can you pick up that money right over there? Yeah. [cheers and applause] Thank you. Thank you, Nick. Finally, if anyone here is studying math or music appreciation, listen up. I have two feet, and I'm gonna use 'em while we play this music to dance to.