When you watch Scorpion Season 1 Episode 18 Online, you'll see Team Scorpion cross achieving world peace off their to do list, and also surviving a venomous snake bite.
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Watch Scorpion Season 1 Episode 18 Online to see Paige school everyone on the customs and government of Lithuana, Belarus, and Lithuania. She wrote a report and is super proud of it. A border conflict has broken out among those three countries, and in order to try to come to a peaceful conclusion, leaders from all three countries agree to meet in the US for a peace summit. Paige suggests that the negotiations begin by drinking mead wine. Too bad the wine was posioned, and a leader falls ills. Thankfully, Paige did a thorough report and realized that the poison was the venom from a snake. There was a whole historical background to it. Seriously, history can be useful. Cabe uses his fanboy knowledge to sneak Happy, Walter, and Paige out of the compound. Now, these three just have to get to the animal sanctuary. They steal a car. Then, they plan on stealing the snake. Meanwhile, Toby and Sylvester are monitoring communications inside the compound. They stumble across an ambigious text revealing who the poisoner is. All they have to do is send an ambigious text back so there isn't any suspicion. Too bad they don't know the code word. On the compound, it is a chase to track down the bad guy. At the animal sanctuary, Walter ends up in a snake pit, and then decides the best way to figure out which snake is the right one is to get bitten. Are we sure he is a genius? Thankfully, it was the right snake, and they grab a ferret to be the host body to build antibodies. When they get to the compound, Paige loses the ferret. Don't worry, Happy tracks it down, and later Toby names it Ferret Bueller. A peace treaty is signed! Huzzah!
On Scorpion Season 1 Episode 18, Team Scorpion helps resolve a conflict between three Eastern European countries partially thanks to Paige and her history knowledge.