The creature finally succumbs to the sedative (not GIVE), and Dr. Frankenstein, in his exasperation over having to play charades, yells at Igor. Inga comes over to see if her Freddy is all right. He asks if she would give him a moment so he could speak one-on-one with Igor. Initially sitting on the floor, Igor is gently encouraged to pull up a stool and sit with the doctor, eye-to-eye. Learning how to trick your kids into telling the truth is an important skill. That is exactly what Dr. Frankenstein is going to do with Igor, given he acts just like a kid. Or a dog. The same skills used to trick your kids can also be used to trick your dog.
Joining us again this week, we have Susan Delmonico of SJD Health and Fitness. She is a personal trainer by day and an avid lover of Young Frankenstein by night, joining us as our guest on The Wilder Ride. Susan explained the importance of tone and smiling when learning how to trick your kids into revealing the truth. We all agree that Dr. Frankenstein is doing the same thing because he needs Igor to tell the truth.
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