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TV Characters vs. Elements

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Layne Matthews

on 5 October 2012

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TV Characters vs Elements!!! Sulfer is very greedy and selfish. When bonded with another element, it takes up most of the electrons. Like Sulfer, Sheldon Cooper, from "The Big Bang Theory," is self absorbed. Also, Sulfer is a nonmetal; nonmetals don't attract magnets. Just like a nonmetal, Sheldon does not attract many people. Plutonium is a very reactive element. It can destroy or kill. Wile E. Coyote, from the "Looney Tunes," always tries to blow up his enemy, the road runner. When Iron is oxidized it turns a fire-engine red or orange color. Lucy Ricardo, from the 1950s classic, "I Love Lucy," is known for her fire-engine red hair that is supposedly real. Potassium plays an important part in a healthy diet. Food such as bananas, contain high levels of potassium. Boots from the little kids show, "Dora the Explorer," obviously was a healthy monkey because he sure did love bananas! Nitrogen is a main ingredient in a thing called laughing gas that makes people feel very giggly and loopy. Kat, from the popular show, "Victorious," is a very giggly girl. Nitrogen also reduces pain. You will never see Kat in a bad mood or sad; she is happy all of the time! Carbon is one of 3 elements found in alcohol. Rajesh Koothrappali, from "The Big Bang Theory," cannot talk to girls. He freezes as soon as he sees one, unless he has been drinking alcohol. Also, like I said before, he freezes! Carbon has a problem with that too. It's always frozen because it's a solid. Iodine is an element that doctors give to their patients to clean their wounds. On the hit TV show "Scrubs," that's exactly what they do. Also Iodine is a very reactive element and as you know, in a doctors office, it can get very stressful. One mess up, and it's like an explosion went off. Radium is an element that loses electrons when bonded with another element. Like Radium, Robert Barone, from the sitcom, "Everybody Loves Raymond," is very lonely and does not get much attention in his family; if you couldn't already tell from the title. Also Radium is pure white, but when oxidized, turns black. When upset, Robert loses is fun and humorous personality and loses his temper... fast. Polonium is a metal that gains electrons when bonded with another element. Fran Fine, from the comedy, "The Nanny," is just like Polonium. She is bright and fun like a metal which gains her a lot of attention with her personality and her fun outfits. Helium is unlike a lot of the other elements. If you look at the periodic table, Helium is just stuck up on the 1st period with nobody but hydrogen to comfort it, but it does gain electrons when bonded with another element. Rachel Berry, from the hit TV series, "Glee," gains a lot of attention with her amazing singing voice, but really only has one true friend.... Finn Hudson. Boron is a metalloid which means it is somewhat of a conductor. Leo, from the little kids show, "Little Einsteins," is the teams' music conductor. Now Leo isn't the best conductor but he's a good guy. Also Boron is the smallest element in group 13, like Boron, Leo is very small. Lithium is a metal that is quite reactive. Just like Lithium, Sue Sylvester, from the hit TV series, "Glee," is very reactive, mean, and loses her temper easily. Sue, also like Lithium, is a metal. She's strong and solid. When she has her mind set on something, she will not give up until she gets her way. Argon is a very non-reactive element and is also a nonmetal. Poor Eeyore, like Argon, Eeyore is very non-reactive. He is dull, boring, and is kind of a "loner." Also like Argon, Eeyore is a nonmetal. He is not charismatic, like nonmetals don't attract magnets. Flourine is a very reactive nonmetal. Marie Barone, from the sitcom, "Everybody Loves Raymond," is much like a nonmetal and is reactive. She is very mean to her daughter in-law, not on purpose, but she is cruel. Also, nonmetals don't attract magnets. Well, Marie does not attract many people with her mean remarks. Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?.... Spongebob Squarepants! It's true, Spongebob does live under the sea, but what he doesn't know is that his sea has a lot of salt in it. Sodium is one of the 2 elements in salt which is NaCl (sodium Chloride). Clifford, from "Clifford the Big Red Dog," is obviously a BIG pooch. He is 25ft. tall! Like Clifford, Darmstadium is a big element. This element is also a metal which means it is shiny. Clifford is also a bright and fun dog! Caesium is a light pink color and is a metal. Like Cesium, Patrick Star, from "Spongebob Squarepants," is pink... very pink! Patrick is a starfish in the sea, like a star, a metal is shiny and bright. Eventhough Patrick is a starfish, you might as well call him a star. Hydrogen has the smallest mass on the Periodic table. Like Hydrogen, Randy from "Say Yes to the Dress," is a small guy. For a small guy, he has a big heart! You know that guy that always announces every TV show, every reality show, and every commercial?! Man is that guy dull?!!! He only has one tone in his voice. He reminds me a lot of the element Xenon. Xenon is a non-reactive nonmetal. Non-reactive elements are boring! They don't really do anything exciting. Nonmetals are dull and do not attract magnets. That TV announcer sure doesn't attract many people either! Roentgenium is another big element with an atomic mass of 280! Stacy London from "What Not to Wear," also possesses something big...... a big opinion!!! She is not afraid to tell those girls what looks good on them and what doesn't. THE END!!!!! By: Layne Matthews
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