Gabby, your mission is
to teach future babysitters all you’ve learned. Show them what it takes
to put an alien to sleep. I’m Gabby Duran, and this is how you sit an unsittable. No one likes a grumpy alien, so getting them
to bed on time is crucial. Let’s get this started. We both know I’m a mess
if I don’t get 12 – to 14 hours of deep sleep.
– See what I mean? Fortunately, aliens love
their bedtime routines. So, follow these simple steps
and he’ll be out like a light in no time. ( blows whistle )
Step one, burn off any excess energy. Do I have to? I hate blob jogging. Move it or lose it, mister. And, go! ( beeping ) ( squelching, thudding ) ( groans ) Why did you think
this was a good idea? And time. Like most kids, aliens like
to read before bed. Jeremy:
“Alien Book Of Bedtime Stories.” Now, where was I? Ah, chapter six. – Black hole!
– Whoa! No matter how much your alien
eats throughout the day, they’ll inevitably get hungry
right before bedtime. Jeremy:
Human, me. Hungry now. So you got to have
a bedtime snack ready to go. My signature dish?
Nachos Duran. Ooh, hoo!
I like what I’m seeing. Okay, I’m super tired. Can you do that thing
you sometimes do to help me fall asleep? It might be a little weird, but sometimes I have to rock
my little alien to sleep. And that’s how you get
your alien to sleep.