S3-E16 You Don’t Know Jack
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Kym and Vickie discuss Season 3, Episode 16, You Don’t Know Jack (Clip Show)
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Richard Side as Dr. Kennison:
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Andrew Cowden as Dr. Bubay:
Lacunar amnesia is the loss of memory about one specific event. It is a type of amnesia that leaves a lacuna (a gap) in the record of memory in the cortex region of the brain. The cause of this type of amnesia is the result of brain damage to the limbic system which control our memories and emotions.
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You Don’t Know Jack – Phrase
Because Jack was so often used to refer to social underlings, it was eventually used to refer to useless objects. Eventually, it began being used as a term for very little. The phrase “you don’t know jack” (with or without the expletive) has been used for decades to say someone knows very little. Yes, it seems to be a bit of a double negative, but expressions are commonly created and spread without any consideration for proper grammar.
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