-(announcer) The greatest battle
one can ever fight is the one that takes place
within the mind. Perspective, perception,
and control are the weapons used
in this particular conflict. BlackBoxTV Presents: Inside. -On your feet. The doctor wants to see you. Let’s go, I said. No trouble, now. [light bulb buzzes] -(doctor)
You’re suffering from a condition known as
multiple personality disorder. [overlapping voices] -[man singing]:
That’s my name too -(man)
Just let them die. -(doctor) Without a name,
you can’t know who you really– -(man)
Guess again. My name is– [overlapping voices] -(doctor)
But there are others here, as well. Jonathon, Heather, Thomas,
Harris, Joey, and Bo. For weeks now, we’ve been talking. You’ve introduced me to
a lot of different people. -(girl)
Why is that lady here? -(doctor)
Each with a different name. -(man) She’s one of them.
-(doctor) So, my question is, who am I speaking to now?
-[growls] That doesn’t matter. What matters is,
how do I get out of this place? -(man)
Intimidation won’t work. -Next week,
you’re up for evaluation. If it goes well, you’ll qualify for
a supervised release program, and eventually parole. -I am so sorry, doctor.
I’ve done horrible things. -(man) No, no, deny everything,
confess nothing! -(girl) I saw him do the bad things.
-I’ll take your head off! -(doctor)
It’s good you want to change. The only way you can
get better is if you– -You work for the government. You’re inside my head. You can read my thoughts. I’m being held here against my will! -You are here
because the alternate cells inside your head
have taken control. -[laughing]
That’s hilarious. Wait, are you a real doctor?
Give me a break! [laughs] -I know who I am.
-Then tell me. -[singing]:
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt That’s my name, too [girl joins in]:
Whenever we go out The people always shout There goes John Jacob
Jingleheimer Schmidt [all arguing] -Stop talking! -[scatting]
-You’ll never amount to nothing. Never have, never will. -[singing]:
Gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a D -D. You said D.
Does your name start with a D? -[singing]: That’s my name, too
-I want outta here! -D is for…
[voices continue] -You can’t teach
an old dog new tricks. -[laughs]
-D is for what? -We need help! -I just need to sleep! -What good are you?
-Stop yelling! [voices intensifying] -Enough!
[voices stop] All of you, quiet! I am here to help you. But I can’t do that
if you won’t listen. The only way you’re getting
out of here is if we work together. Now, you were going to say something. Go ahead. -D is for Daniel. My name is Daniel. [eerie music plays] -Good to have you back, Daniel. -Thank you, doctor. It’s good to be back. -It’s been a long time. -Yes, it has. -Now we can get back to work. -[sighs, sniffles] Hello, Daniel. I’m Dr. Blake. As you know, you’ll be up
for evaluation next week, and if you don’t mind,
I’d like to ask you a few questions. So, how are we feeling today? -I feel fine… doctor. Captioned by StreamCaptions.com -(announcer)
Question of the week: how would you
best describe yourself to someone who’s never met you?