It's the pilot! AHH! This episode Julian looks closely at an alternative evolution of human knees, and Trace bends backwards to explore what would happen if we could perceive more colors. It’s an alternative evolution episode!
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Julian: "What if humans evolved with backwards knees?"
Trace: "What if we evolved to see more colors?"
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