It's been unseasonably rainy in Beijing and BeiBei has an unintentional mini-science experiment growing on her back porch-as a broom is becoming a terrarium of sorts. Comparing weather notes, John shares that mushrooms are sprouting in his yard from the soggy soil. BeiBei says that she and her daughter did a mushroom growing project at home, and that brings them to some of the severe weather experiences they've had. BeiBei asks about music around storms, so John uses the opportunity to drop the needle on "Ridin' the Storm Out" by REO Speedwagon-a song BeiBei's never heard before. Finally, BeiBei is concerned that her memory is slipping, as she couldn't remember the password to her phone, and after being locked out on several attempts, had to visit her daughter in kindergarten to get it open.
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