Mister: What have you produced recently?
Sumer: I worked on a Sour Patch Kids commercial with Method Man.
Mister: Did you enjoy sneezing for this?
1. Jacket: GAP
2. Sweater: J. Crew
3. Dress: Forever 21
4. Shoes: Vintage
Mister: What's in your hand?
Nick: A Q-tip. That's how I make myself sneeze, I stick it up my nose and give it a tickle. I gotta run.
1. Hoodie: Don't remember
2. Joker T-shirt: eBay
3. Jeans: eBay
4. Boots: eBay
Mister: You're a photic. It's Greek for 'of light.' You're light sensitive.
Patrick: Not really. I sneeze in the light, though.
Mister: It's an inherited trait. One in three people have it.
1. Shirt: GAP
2. Down vest: Vintage
3. Tie: Uniqlo
4. Jeans: G-Star RAW
5. Sneakers: Adidas
Mister: You have a dog now.
Tova: Yes, Marlo. He's the best.
Mister: Did you know a sneeze can travel 100 miles per hour and expel 100,000 germs into the air?
1. Men's cardigan: GAP
2. Shirt: J. Crew
3. Gloves: Muji
4. Jeans: J Brand
5. Boots: Frye
Mister: Did you hear about Tova's dog?
Brian: Yeah, Marlo! He's really cute.
Mister: Who do you miss more, Tova or Harris?
Brian: Don't you want to ask me about teaching?
1. Hat: Olney
2. Shirt: J. Crew
3. Tie: Vicky Davis NY
4. Jeans: GAP
5. Moccasins: Sketchers
Mister: You've been doing a lot of improv these days.
Woody: I have!
Mister: A sneeze can actually be considered part of the immune system. When a foreign agent, like bacteria, triggers a sneeze response, signals are sent to tightly close the throat, eyes, and mouth. Next, your chest muscles vigorously contract and your throat muscles quickly relax. As a result, air, saliva and mucus are forced out of your mouth and nose.
Woody: Thank you.
1. Wool coat (not pictured): L.L. Bean
2. Cattitude T-shirt: eBay
3. Pants: Chatuchak Flea Market, Thailand
4. Sneakers: Adidas