I do. Twelve Angry Animals, which was in season six. The guys go on vacation hiking in the Himalayas. They're having a good time because they don't have to work, there are no eco-emergencies. Then they see big footprints that they follow, and then they spot a snow leopard, which they also follow. Lo and behold, the footprints and the leopard lead them to the same place and then whoosh! They go sliding down into an avalanche hole. Only it's a trap. Once the snow clears, there is Big Foot, who says, "Come with me." They follow Big Foot and end up on trial in a courtroom where the jury is made up of endangered species. The witnesses are extinct species. For example, Woolly Mammoth takes a Planateer back to Africa, the way it was in his time. And then boom! Here comes the destruction created by man. After each character takes a Planateer back to their time, the jury pronounces them guilty. Big Foot says, "Let them live with the knowledge of what they have done." It's about humans causing the extinction of hundreds of species, everyday. Extinction is one of my pet peeves, it makes me very angry. There's a quote I'll share that's from the book The Fate of the Earth, a very profound and intense book. It's, "Death is only death. Extinction is the death of death." Now that you're older, you'll see that "Twelve Angry Animals" is also a take on [the black and white film] Twelve Angry Men. You'll get all the double entendres, you'll understand why your parents were laughing.