Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Tina, I heard the fantastic news about your ankle! Thanks, Mr. Frond. Wait, fantastic news? Yes. Recently we were approached by a tech company Yobotics Robotics. They're looking for a student to participate in a robotic mobility pilot program, or RUMP, for short. RUMP, I'm listening. It's a way for mobility impaired kids to go to school without going to school. How does it work? I don't know, Tina. Do I look like Bill Gates? Yes, a little. Well, thank you. Anyway, you're the perfect candidate, and I'll be the guy who brought robots to Wagstaff, which is some sweet resume candy. Even better than eighth grade beach bonfire chaperone, which by the way I am. Oh, congratulations. So, what about RUMP? They can get you up and running tomorrow, so to speak. I don't know. I'm pretty good with these crutches. They go under your arm. What? They go under your arm. You have your arm through them. Oh. Hey, that's way more comfortable. OK, Tina. We're seeing you here. Are you seeing us there? I see you. Hi. All right, now try rotating left. OK. Here goes. Doing it. No, rotate the robot with your joystick. Oh. Got it. Sorry that a smarter kid didn't get injured. Um, we can hear you, Mr. Frond. Oh. Um, good microphone. I know a guidance counselor who's going to get injured. Well, I can hear you. Guys there are microphones. This is how they work. Tina, why don't you go ahead and test that joystick, and we'll get you off to class. Ow! Damn it! Son of a bitch! Oh, sorry. It's fine. Go ahead and try again. Ow! Ah! My leg! I'm pinned! Uh, sorry, um. [screaming] Like this? [groaning] So this is going pretty well.