When he's not busy creeping out the office intern with quips about what he'd do if he were "20 years younger," Dana Lyons must spend his spare time studying bioengineering, as evidenced by his lyrics:
In the tomato
A little human
In the rice that we sow
Really make a pig grow
And we'll make tons of money
Scary s**t, no doubt. His alarming predictions lose some of their weight, however, when you realize that said "flounder" is actually a gene that increases resistance to frost, while the "human" is an enzyme found in breast milk that fights bacteria. Sadly, the mouse-pig thing is an attempt to lower the toxicity of pig poop, making it considerably less adorable than it sounds.
If you thought Lyons' dancing was squirm-inducing, we have three words for you: Pantsless grape costume.
Here's three more: No, no, no.
And once he starts getting overly suggestive with the carrots ...