Tom has put a pot on his head like a hat. He grabs the handle and starts to rotate it on his head. As he is rotating the pot, he also rotates his head so that he sees his reflection in the mirror. He makes a couple of adjustments to make sure the handle is facing forward---almost like the bill of a cap. Once in place he faces the mirror and takes a step forward. He starts to bring both hands up to grab the handle, but only grabs it with his left hand. He seems to be using the mirror as his reference for grabbing the handle. He has to do it slowly because a person's actions in a mirror are reverse images. His right hand meets the wooden edge of the chalkboard that the mirror rests on. That must give him a sense of stability as he brings the handle all the way up to the mirror. Once the handle makes contact with the mirror---now that is his stabilizing point---he takes his right hand feels for the top of the pot. He slides his right hand down the front of the pot onto the handle until it meets his left hand. AS the hands meet, his left hand comes off and his right hand follows the pot hand forward until it reaches the mirror. As he is looking in the mirror his right hand and its mirror image is moving toward each other until the meet at the mirror itself. In the meantime, he has moved his left hand to to the base of the handle. His hands are synced up because as his right hand leaves the mirror, his left hand moves to the middle of the handle. This movement happens in a split second and you would think it would be choreographed. He turns slightly away from the mirror and lets go of the pot with his left hand. At this point the pot drops so it is slightly over his eyes and he is balancing it on his head. He grabs the handle again with his left hand and starts to adjust it on his head. He looks at himself in the mirror as he adjusts the pot on his head, now using both hands. Interestingly, his adjustments now have him moving the handle so it is at the back and then to the side.