The most important part of this is at the very end, so don't tune out! It's easy to get people on your side with laughter, but once they're there you need to let them know something that's not a laughing matter. And the not-laughing-matter here is that people believe in homeopathy.
I really don't know much at all about homeopathy, so this was really illuminating for me. Thanks for posting it. That said, I looked up James Randi and it turns out he's a retired magician. -Not saying I disagree with his assessment on homeopathy, just wondering how he became a trusted source for debunking such things?