Newscaster: What you're hearing right now is the voice of the doctor who's at Base Camp and who's doing physiological testing with Matilda.
Doc: Jane was sorting through and washing the winter clothes for her four children when the youngest one started throwing up. Because she was taking care of a sick toddler, Jane left her coffee sitting on the counter until it was too cold to drink. Who was Jane taking care of?
WM: She was caring for her toddler.
Doc: Two seconds. Who was the coffee for?
WM: For Jane.
Doc: That was also two seconds.
WM: ... (inaudible) I'm sorry. ... (sob).
Doc: As you probably realize you caught us at an extraordinary moment. We never expected that this live broadcast would come at the very moment that Matilda reached the summit. What we were doing up there is—we call it psychometrics or neuro-psychiatric testing to determine whether or not her brain has been affected at the summit.
Newscaster: She sounds like she's in good shape. But..what was that last response?
Doc: Well, Matilda, as are all of our climbers, are only human. And, you know, most people get to the top of this mountain and don't even realize they're there. Lack of oxygen, sleep, coffee...
WM: (whimper, whimper, sob)