Schwartz: The first example is finding the volume of a sphere with triple integration.
Schwartz: It's fine, that works. Let's do the harder example.
//Hammond bursts in
Hammond: Lies! All lies!
Hammond, holding up a type of laptop: The problem with these is you can't trust students not to steal them.
Hammond: You know I'm joking, right? Don't go home and say "the teacher said that we're not trustworthy!"
Schwartz: Well, of course they're not trustworthy. They're teenagers.
Schwartz: Developmentalist! Some people are 30 and they're still "teenagers".
//later, Hammond examining the whiteboard's ρ^2 sin φ dρ dθ dφ
Hammond: There's too much Greek here.
//later, Schwartz drawing and explaining a 3D shape
Schwartz: This is an ice-cream cone.
Hammond: No, that's the Eye of Sauron!
Schwartz: Let's not blindfold our ice-cream cone.