Mr. Saucer-eyes in the left seat was silent, but fine. “Do you want to try it?” I asked. “No, but you can demonstrate another one,” he responded. I was happy with that response, because I knew he was already getting my point. He took the controls for the slow climb back up to our initial altitude. I proceeded to show him another spin. The third time, I told him I was going to let go of the aircraft while it was spinning. I wanted to show him what would happen. His eyes got even bigger as he watched the Cessna recover itself from the spin. But this time, his eyes showed more a-ha and less fear.