Asked how to make an electric motor, Beakman begins by explaining that they are devices which change electrical energy into mechanical power in order to do work. Then, after describing how they employ one magnet pushing and pulling on another magnet, Beakman shows how a "D" cell battery, a refrigerator magnet, some wire, a pair of large paper clips and an empty toilet paper tube can be assembled into a simple electric motor. After demonstrating that his homemade device does, in fact, work, Beakman notes that similar devices are used in electric trains and fans. During "Beakmania," Beakman reveals that, in addition to good acoustics, people sing in the shower because of the cheerfulness caused by negative ions created by falling water; that there has yet to be a recorded death of a human by a wolf in the United States; and that there are over sixty trillion cells in the human body. Then, in an episode of "Those Disgusting Animals," Beakman and his colleagues reveal all anyone ever ...