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Game of Thrones Sneak Peek – SNL

January 29, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 88 Comments

Game of Thrones Sneak Peek – SNL


Michael Strahan’s Super Bowl LIV Pre-Game Analysis

-You have a big — a big weekend ahead of you. You’re going to be in Miami, and you’re going to be on Fox
analyzing the game, the Super Bowl.
-Yeah. We got a big, big, big game
on Fox obviously this Sunday. The Super Bowl.
How many Chiefs fans do we have? [ Cheers ] How many 49ers fans we have?
[ Cheers ] All right, more 49ers fans.
That’s who’s going to win then. [ Laughter ]
-You’re good, yeah. -You got to know
your audience, man. But, yeah, we got a big game.
This is like — -I think it’s going to be
a good game, right? -Offense of the Chiefs
is amazing. -Yep.
-But the defense of the 49ers is like, second to none. And one of the rare things
that they can do on the 49ers defensively is they can rush
four guys up front. That way they have seven guys
they can put in the coverage. Most teams have to blitz and do
all those things to put pressure on the quarterback, and I just
think that they’re very unique. Me, being a defensive player, and knowing how I feel like
in our Super Bowl, our defense won the Super Bowl.
-Yeah. -It’s going to be very hard to
vote against the defense. And the Chiefs have been
starting slow, you know? They start slow and get down
in this game against the 49ers, they will not come back. So, I’m not giving a prediction.
-Uh-huh. -But it should be
a high-scoring game, and the Chiefs have
to start faster to maximize their opportunities. -Will he do his no-look pass? -No — he’s got to do that. That’s what he does.
-I thought it was fun. -I mean, him doing the no-look
pass is like you putting on underwear in the morning,
you know what I — But I don’t know if you do that
or not. I don’t live with the man.
[ Laughter ] -I was going to say,
how do you know? -I don’t know,
but I’m assuming. -Follow me on Instagram, yeah.
[ Laughter ] ‘Cause maybe — does that help if you’re getting blitzed or
someone’s going to tackle you? -It helps if you’re
getting blitzed, but the great thing about
Mahomes, he’s mobile. So if he’s getting blitzed,
he can get out of the pocket, buy himself some time,
but this front four can run. A lot of times, you know,
you get these linemen who can pass rush,
but they’re like 350. -Yeah.
-And chasing this quarterback at like 185, 205, you’re not
going to catch him. These guys actually can run.
They are not lumbering runners. They actually will
hunt you down. So, he’s got his hands full
on this Sunday. -Do you like working
on Super Bowl Sunday, or do you like —
-I love it. The only reason for me
at this point in my life to go to the Super Bowl
is when we work and do the game. -Yeah. -I don’t miss
the parties anymore. Like, I’ve done all that stuff.
-Sure. -But I like — I love
being a part of it. We’ll go to practice,
get a chance to see the teams up close and personal
the week before. Knowing my experiences from
being in two Super Bowls, just seeing the young guys,
and nerves, how excited they are
at the same time, like, I love all that stuff. And I love being a voice
on a Sunday for the biggest game
in the world. So, for me it is
the ultimate treat to having a long career that
afforded me an opportunity to talk about it on TV. -Yeah, ’cause I guess right now,
they’re both winners in their — -Yeah, right now they’re
both winners. -Right? They’re like, “Dude,
we made it to the Super Bowl.” We both won. That’s awesome.”
-Well, you know what? I was in a Super Bowl
where you lost. You don’t feel like a winner
after that. [ Laughter ] They’re like,
got the confetti falling. They’re basically
getting broomed. This is like you’re in the
Apollo, like — [ Laughter ] They’re whooping you.
-Sandman. -You guys stay out here,
the old Sandman’s coming to get you off the field.
-Oh, my God. -Oh, man, it’s so demoralizing. -You don’t even get a hat
to put on. -Well, you know what,
you don’t get the hat. You know, they make up
hats for both teams. -Yeah.
-But, then they send the other hats somewhere for other people
to wear, like — -They take the hat
away from you. -They take the hat away —
You don’t get it. And so they got t-shirts, hats,
and you just don’t see them. -It’s going to be a good game.
Also, I think halftime show is going to be phenomenal.
-Yes. -Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
-Shakira. [ Cheers and applause ] You know, my job — my job is
really hard, Jimmy. -Yeah, I —
-My job is so hard. -Uh-huh.
-Because when I go down there, part of my responsibility is,
I have to interview J. Lo and Shakira…
-No. -…on Friday for our
show on Sunday. -That is — that is unfair. -It is unbelievably —
[ Laughter ] I have to sit in that room… -You lucky man. -…and talk to those two.
-You lucky — That’s going to be —
it’s going to be fantastic. -It’s going to be fantastic. I think they’re
going to be great, and I love the fact that
we just don’t get to see one incredible artist, yeah,
we get to see two incredible artists on
the biggest stage, the halftime show. Hopefully the game is, like,
super close so everybody’s tuning in,
and it’s not one of these games you’re just watching
for the commercials. -Yeah, exactly.
-Because it’s a blow away. -Yeah.
-And the halftime show is always one of my favorite
parts of it. Even when I was a player,
I’m sitting in the locker room going, “Man, do I have to listen
to the coach? I want to go outside and watch
the halftime show.” -Exactly. Who was at the one
in 2008? Remember who that was?
-Uh, good question. They wouldn’t let me
go out and see. -Yeah, I know. That’s smart.
That’s why you won. -Alicia Keys did sing before.
I was listening to Alicia Keys on my headphones working out,
like, stretching and stuff. -Yeah.
-And then I’m like, why is it I have the over-loop of two different
Alicia Keys songs? -So you take it off?
-Then I took off my headphones and realized she’s playing
on the field. -She’s right there. Yeah.
-It was awesome. Awesome.


– [RCSparks] Joe! In the last episode there was a lot of mother-truckers that were upset that Kevin left the yard with pipes hanging over the
edge of his trailer. Why? – It was an oversize load day. – [RCSparks] It said in the title! (exasperated noises) (intense music) – All right guys it’s time for the Internet’s favorite trucking show What is it? (crowd yelling) – [RCSparks] Yeah, you guys
know exactly what’s going on. Krazy Joe! – Yo! – [RCSparks] I see you’re wearing a shirt that’s hilarious today – (laughs) it’s a complete lie (laughter) – [RCSparks] And you can attest. Trent welcome back – Thank you so much – [RCSparks] Krazy Joe’s son – Glad to be back – [RCSparks] Ready to rock
and roll in the arena sir? – Of course. – [RCSparks] Michael, always
a pleasure to have you rockin’ out with iron
maiden and Sluicebox Steve! – Hey – [RCSparks] You got a new t-shirt bro? – Yeah (laughter) – [RCSparks] Cody welcome back! And as always Rookie is in the house. Now, we know that Cody is
here, Sluicebox Steve is here, Trent is here. These guys would be a perfect
match up for first round yeah? (group agreeing) – [RCSparks] I would think so So I put them each here on the board. They can tell there’s
one of each name here. We’re gonna spin to see who goes first. What are we playing to win today boys? – Five hundred dollars – [RCSparks] Whoa! – Cash money! – [RCSparks] (mumbles) Cash money I got it right here, look at it (crowd mumbling) – [RCSparks] I know you guys all think it’s Monopoly money but that’s
real Canadian money there isn’t it? Now I’m gonna give you a little
bit of a surprise today boys I have upgraded the Wheel of Fortune! (crowd cheering) Now there’s no more five dollar spots they’re all ten dollar spots. You’ll see the thirties
all flipped over to fifties (crowd whistling and cheering) – [RCSparks] Still you have the S-O-L which gets you what? – Bupkis – [RCSparks] Yes, shit outta luck – Zero – [RCSparks] That’s right well You also have a chance to
win or spin the multiplier. You do not have to spin the multiplier you have to qualify and choose which may give you up
to five times your cash out of my pocket. There have been some very
generous people donating to us in our live streams. – (mumbling) – [RCSparks] Yes, or in our premieres So that’s why we’ve done this. So you boys ready to see who goes first? – [Crowd] Yeah! – [RCSparks] Round and round she goes who’s it gonna be? (wheel whirring) – [RCSparks] Loading king.
That’s a good wheel today! Trent! (quiet cheering) Yes brother! Trent come
on up here spin the wheel to see who it’s gonna be. If you spin your own name, the person immediately to the
right will be the competitor – Alright let’s go – [RCSparks] Spin away bro (wheel whirs) – [RCSparks] Who’s it gonna be? Steve! (loud cheering) – [RCSparks] Yeah! – Your (mumbles) today Trent. – Here we go – We’ll see – [RCSparks] Both of
you guys have a chance Now I wanna let you know that
rack number 7 right here, the porta potty right here, and this rack number eight. If you load any of those
on your trailer today, you will successfully have
activated your ability to spin the multiplier if you win. But you do not have to
choose the multiplier we’ll get into that
later if you win, yeah? – Okay – [RCSparks] Okay You got three things
that you gotta do today. Your trailers are on either side you guys can figure out who’s
side you’re gonna be on. You have to load up two pallets onto your trailer after you dock them into your docks right here. You can load them up with your forklift. You will be getting the pallets from the one and only Tile Master. – Yo! – [RCSparks] Yes If you do not ask them for a tile when your forklift is
on the forklift spot, and you ask them otherwise what is it? (game buzzer noise) – [Crowd] Penalty! – [RCSparks] A penalty! If you go over the black and yellow tape, hit any of the blocks,
bump the rack by backing up unless you’re loading what is it? – [Crowd] Penalty! – [RCSparks] Everybody knows. Especially if you knock over
this poor old dock manager who’s been dying for
this job, what happens? (loud bang) – [Crowd] You’re fired! – [RCSparks] Automatic disqualification. Now, what if somebody shouts out a helpful hint or tip to you? (crowd murmurs) – [RCSparks] (mumble) What?
That doesn’t even make sense. – It hurts. – [RCSparks] It hurts. – (mumbles) We’re
Canadians we love to help – [RCSparks] Yeah. It’s
comedy man, why not? Now, they have to get those two pallets called by Rookie onto their trailer but they also at some
point during their game they have to take one
of their rock trucks, there’s one on either side, per side. It doesn’t matter which side they grab, they can take either rock truck. The one that’s available, take it down. They have to dump out
the logs that are in it inside this area. If it goes over the lines, not a big deal. If it goes over the black
and yellow, penalty! Always a penalty, that’s right. What is your penalty today gentlemen? Well a big shout out to Wyatt
Hyslop, one of our viewers that actually suggested. We hooked up this steering wheel if you guys have never seen this before, I showed how to hook up one of these steering
wheels and pedal systems to a radio transmitter that will power the
Nightmare Horror Hauler. Can you guys believe
what you’re seeing today? (laughing and murmuring) – This is getting way more advanced all the time. In fact, why don’t you hold this for me? Somebody grab the camera for me. This is totally hooked up to the pedal and steering system. (small truck whirs) – What you’re gonna have to do is pull your truck up to
this orange X right here. There’s a laser system there don’t go over it you’ll trip it. You wanna back your way
up to this X right here. Then you wanna get up to this one up here. And as soon as you touch that X the judge will tell you
that you can back up to the final spot. And you are clear from penalty. Then you go back to work. – Wheel – [RCSparks] (laughs) What do you see? – I see some changes – [RCSparks] Yeah! Fifties
and seventy fives on here now. – Oh 3D! – [RCSparks] Seventy fives, man. – Awesome. – Nice. – This five’s kind- (loud whirring and mumbling) – Oh I’m coming over there. – [RCSparks] You can’t judge your son. – I know. I’m making my way to that side. – [RCSparks] It’s gotta
be fair all the way around Cody, sir, are you judging? – I’ll judge Trent’s – [RCSparks] Excellent, excellent! – (mumble) after this – [RCSparks] I think
that you should actually be the penalty judge sir – Oh I could do that. – [RCSparks] You could
be the penalty judge. Because Mike knows the rules
better than anybody over here (many speaking) – [RCSparks] We don’t have any real rules set out for the loaders yet do we? – No – [RCSparks] It’s all for forklifts. – I just think it’s fair
if it’s close to the ground – [RCSparks] What? – It doesn’t have to
be forks on the ground but they have to be close – [RCSparks] I think
that they could leave it in any position, but we’re gonna (crowd arguing) – [RCSparks] It could be any
position, extra extra dangerous – Okay, (mumbling) you know safety is number twenty one priority around here. – Okay and the last
change we wanted to say before we start is each player this round, not in any other games, this round has to finish their penalty before they’re allowed to get up and leave because I think these guys actually want to do the penalty today, yeah? (crowd mumble and laughter) – [RCSparks] Drivers, start your trucks. (whirring and starting beep) – [RCSparks] In three,
two, one, dock your trucks. (alarm buzzer) (intense music) – [RCSparks] Come on boys!
Let’s see what you got! (crowd cheering) – [RCSparks] Who’s going to
be the Loading King today! (shouting) – [RCSparks] First one
into the yard, Steve. Oh nice! Trent hasn’t been in the
arena since last year. Did an awesome show with Mikal. One of our more popular videos in fact. I think that was on the
Loading King’s channel. (trucks whirring) – Trent’s got me blocked right off here. – [RCSparks] (laughs)
That’s the way of the road – There she goes – [RCSparks] I don’t
wanna see any piss jugs flying outside the windows here boys keep those inside until after the game. Sluicebox Steve making his
efforts to get to the dock. (soft, faint conversation) – [RCSparks] The line up
of trucks today is insane both of these guys, look at this, getting closer, getting closer. – I don’t have very
tight turn radius here. – [RCSparks] Judge says
he’s in! Sluicebox! (murmurs) – [RCSparks] Yes! – Sir, you are seven bottom. – [RCSparks] Oh! I can’t
tell him where it is, he has to find it. But, none of our pallet racks
are in any kind of order makes it more challenging. Sluicebox making his moves. Is he gonna accept that?
Oh, he decides to change it. – I would’ve accepted that – [RCSparks] (laughter) What was that? – I would’ve just gone. I’m just talking about myself – [RCSparks] Yeah, yeah
that’s pretty close – That was totally… – [RCSparks] (clears throat)
He was just talking to people in the audience,
Talking amongst yourselves, that’s right in the (mumbles) (group yelling) (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] Blatant penalty right there. – We saw that. – [RCSparks] Boom, so there we go. Trent over to the seat. This is the first time
anyone, outside of me, has ever used this. This is just like a gas pedal, Trent. – (mumble) I wanna see this – [RCSparks] (laughs) He
has to get to the front. Judge, call it out if he’s good. (yells) – [RCSparks] Yeah. He’s
gotta go in a W pattern all the way to the back. He also gets seven bottom. Sluicebox Steve now
making his way over there. How is this Trent? – I love it. – [RCSparks] (laughs) Yeah, he’s got it. Coaching is allowed in the penalty zone. He does have it. You’re back to work, sir! Run, run, run, good job! Loving that penalty already. Thank you Cody! (crowd cheering) – [RCSparks] Oh Sluice, he’s
in the crippled zone here. Right on! (loud whirring) – [RCSparks] Trent! – What’s my (mumble)? – Thank you for asking,
(mumbling) seven top. There’s a lot of sevens in here. – [RCSparks] Oh man, another seven! Sluice, bumping the rack. He did bump the rack going forward in an attempt to get the
pallet, which is legal, as long as he doesn’t
bump the rack at all. Here comes Trent down the
other side of the aisle. (crowd uproars) (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] Penalty!
You are right out, sir. Judge, grab his forklift. (crowd arguing) – [RCSparks] Grab his forklift. Yeah, can’t go through the wall sir. There we go. Yeah! (crowd murmurs) That might have been on purpose. Trent now gets down, here’s Sluice. Sluice gets his opportunity. Insane! (loud mechanical whirring) A challenge that we’ve
never had in the studio. – [Judge] Good. – [RCSparks] Starting off
simple, just with the truck we’re not adding a trailer yet. – [Judge] Good. – [RCSparks] Oh nice.
Those laser trip wires are set up with an alarm
if he goes too far. He’d have to start the penalty again. – [Sluicebox Steve] (cheering) – [RCSparks] You’re in the clear! – Nice! – That was fun! – [RCSparks] Yeah! (laughter) – [RCSparks] Yeah, look at Trent! Got his first one off! Very good! – [Mikal] You are nine bottom, sir. (mechanical whirring) – [RCSparks] Trent, in the clear. (crowd cheering) – [RCSparks] Come on! (clapping) – Let’s get these trucks loaded up boys! – [RCSparks] See? Now
there’s a difference, Cody said, “come on guys
let’s see some speed”. he wasn’t coaching either one of them, it was a group comment. – We got a schedule to meet. – [RCSparks] (laughter) – (mumble) What was that number? – [RCSparks] Yeah! – It was nine bottom. – Oh, I went the wrong place. (crowd yelling) – [RCSparks] It looks high. (crowd yelling) – Oh penalty! (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] Oh, right there! Yes. Trent getting his first
pallet possibly on board. (crowd laughing and yelling) – [RCSparks] Having some trouble. – (mumble) just love the penalty. – [RCSparks] Battling
it out, away he goes. – This is good. – [RCSparks] Judge Mikal
keeping a strict eye on him. Sluicebox Steve attempting
the penalty again. Now one-handing it, feeling
more confident in the penalty. (yelling) – [RCSparks] Yeah, he’s driving. He’s got a chance of winning here. Oh, almost. There you go, you’re clear! – Nice (clapping) – [RCSparks] I see you’re
having a hard time there, sir. – Yeah (mumbles) – [RCSparks] There is a secret to this. (background yelling) – [RCSparks] There it is! Good job. Sluice on his way to ten top. – No sir that’s a penalty,
you’re not on your spot. (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] Oh. – Alright, it’s alright
I’m still in the game. – [RCSparks] Penalty, yes.
He was not on his spot, required to ask for a tile, making it as fair as
possible for everybody. Back he goes, Cody is watching diligently to make sure that he does
not go past the line. – Good (loud whirring) (crowd mumbling) – (mumbling) that’s shitty. – This lift creeps forward (mumbles) – Oh great. – [RCSparks] Oh nice! – I whooped butt with that
forklift last week so (laughs) (crowd yelling) (buzzer sounds) – [RCSparks] Clear penalty! Clear penalty. And of course Trent
finishing his. Back to work! Sluicebox Steve, back
at it. Try number three. (loud whirring) (laughter) – [RCSparks] Great job! – Nine bottom – [RCSparks] (laughing) Oh man. These guys battling back and forth. (truck whirring) – [RCSparks] Trent is on his way. Joe resetting Sluice’s forklift. – I think he likes it – [RCSparks] I think he’s over there… – I don’t like the penalty. – [RCSparks] (laughter) – I like it but I don’t (mumbles) – [RCSparks] (laughter) – Can I get a tile, please? (forklift whirring) – [RCSparks] A challenging one to be sure – Come on Sluice! – [RCSparks] These things
have to get loaded up and out of here boys,
customers are waiting. (crowd cheering and clapping) – You can’t get paid if
you don’t ship it out. – [RCSparks] Look at that. Meticulously planning his movements. (buzzer sound) (crowd shouting) – [RCSparks] Was it over the line? You guys are being unrelenting! – You can’t put a fork through the wall. – [RCSparks] No you can’t. Look at that! Nice! Penalty! (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] That’s a
raised forks there man. – Is that over two? Oh,
yeah that’s over two. – [RCSparks] He didn’t stop at the top He didn’t stop at the top. (crowd debating) – Sluice can take his time
doing the penalty now. – [RCSparks] He can
that would be (mumbling) – Because Trent’s in line. – [RCSparks] That would
be a good strategy. – [Cody] Good. – This is a great penalty, these guys are loving this penalty. – Give me a tile man, give
me an easy one please. (laughter) – [RCSparks] You forget
where you are (laughs) – Eight bottom. – [RCSparks] Away he goes. Trent is there. I noticed no one’s touched
the Volvo trucks yet. – No – Don’t worry Steve I will judge you. – [RCSparks] Yeah – I know I am. – [RCSparks] Yeah, they continue with their challenging forklifts. Oh! That is a challenge! – Do we have a rule about
dragging forks when we drive? – [RCSparks] When you’re
driving it’s okay, it was only on the ramps. It may not look pretty, but it does shave them
down to an easier size. – (mumble) sharp. – [RCSparks] Yeah. – Was that bottom or top, Tile Master? – Sir, that was bottom. – [RCSparks] Oh, well done. – You need a tile? – [RCSparks] Following the rules to a T. – Oh you know I like the penalty. – [RCSparks] No one’s at
the penalty zone right now. – You got a penalty. – Sorry, sorry my bad. (crowd mumbling) – [RCSparks] What? – (mumbling) – [RCSparks] Who? (crowd uproar) – [RCSparks] Trent! Nice. – That qualifies for the multiplier. – [RCSparks] Well he
already got the multiplier. He got a multiplier on there. (high tone whistle) – [RCSparks] Good luck. So, these dudes in there. – Have fun with that one. – [RCSparks] Yeah – Doing business in there. – [RCSparks] Yeah – Trading tickets – [RCSparks] (laughter) – How do I want to do this? – [RCSparks] Good luck. I wish I could help you out here bro. (Trent sighs) – Sluice buddy I hate to tell you this, but that’s a penalty. That
is not the right rack. (buzzer sound) – [RCSparks] No! (crowd uproar) – Not ten bottom – It’s supposed to be
eight, you’re on ten. (RCSparks exclaiming) – You should’ve waited
until it was on his truck. – [RCSparks] No, as soon as he pulled it that’s when it was. Yeah,
Tile Master can call it. Oh my God. Oh. That’s killing him. You know there are people
unsubscribing right now. – Yeah, probably. (laughter) – I didn’t want to do it, I had to do it. – [RCSparks] I know it’s
part of the written rule man. – (mumble) can’t say anything either – [RCSparks] Yeah, nope. – Well he can’t help until it’s too late. – [RCSparks] Oh, this
could be very interesting with the result here. – Keep coming, you’re good. (mechanical whirring) – [RCSparks] Oh, interesting.
This is very good. Sluicebox Steve already
done that easy penalty. (crowd uproars) – [RCSparks] Fired! (more crowd uproars) – [RCSparks] Sluice you win! (fireworks exploding) (audience cheering) – [RCSparks] Oh my god. Oh
good try. What happened? Can I tell you what happened?
You lifted it too high! That’s a common mistake that we see. – You fucked up, bud. – [RCSparks] (mumbling) – Thank you so much, Trent. – [RCSparks] Yeah! You finally did it. Congratulations man, bump that up. – I didn’t even hit one pallet. – [RCSparks] Great job.
Well, that’s the way it can be anyone’s game.
It can be anyone’s game. – Anybody’s game. – [RCSparks] Anyone’s game. That’s why we have the
rules written the way we do. Is that right? – Sometimes shit happens – [RCSparks] That’s right, you know? – So, I didn’t see a multiplier
get on this team’s trailer. – [RCSparks] I did not see
a multiplier on the trailer. Nothing there! Oh man. – But, you got the wheel. – Oh well you were kicking me arse. – [RCSparks] You do get
the wheel there king. Rules are rules man.
Sometimes you tune in into HBO you see a one minute knockout,
that’s just the way it goes. (laughter) – [RCSparks] Good try Trent. You’re going to probably try
again one of these days, yeah? – Of course! – [RCSparks] Of course, man. – (mumbles) it all went to hell. – [RCSparks] Now you get a shot. Here you gotta take that hat off. – You gotta wear the crown. – [RCSparks] You get your crown, bro. Loading King for the day. Good Job! (crowd exclaims) – [RCSparks] Here we go! – Get the spin, eh? – [RCSparks] Dude, if you get… Now, be careful. Because
there is, what is it? – No, we don’t want those S-O-L’s – [RCSparks] No, man you don’t. You wanna make sure it goes around once, weak spins are usually boo-ed. Spin it around let’s see
what you get man, good luck! – Let’s put it right in
between those S-O-L’s – [RCSparks] Yeah! Here we go! (crowd cheering) – [RCSparks] What did you get? (crowd screaming) – [RCSparks] You’re kidding me! – One hundred dollars! – One hundred dollars! – One hundred bucks! – [RCSparks] Dude, you
finally did it! Yes! – I don’t get the damn multiplier. – [RCSparks] Dude! Obviously,
fear is not a factor for you – Oh wait wrong show. – [RCSparks] But you
did it! Good job buddy! Hey, your luck has changed.
Congratulations King. You did it. Let’s play another round! (crowd cheering) – Dude, how does it feel
to be the first person to win one hundred dollars
on the wheel of fortune on Loading Kings? – Awesome, man. I called it. I said I was going to put
it between the S-O-L’s – [RCSparks] Man, good luck. – Let’s put it between the two S-O-L’s – [RCSparks] Yeah, here
we go! What did you get? (crowd cheering) – That’s where it went. – You did. Anybody’s game
at any point in time. Hey, you did the penalties. You probably did more penalties than… – I did six – You did six penalties and he still won! Thanks to everybody watching! Hopefully, you guys enjoyed the show. Leave a like click, we’ll
see you in the next episode! Bye for now! (laughs)

ARTHUR: At This Table (Song)

January 25, 2020 | Articles, Blog | No Comments

ARTHUR: At This Table (Song)

# # (trumpet playing) Yeah, that’s it. You’re going to video this? It’s for Uncle John. I know he’d love
to be here. Everybody’s looking at me–
now I’m nervous. Just sing it. All right, here goes. # Here around
this picnic table # # In their places,
young and able # # See the faces,
old and stable # # All related,
it’s like a fable # # At the table here for years # # The food is served,
then disappears # # Someone sets, someone clears # # But everybody volunteers # # Yeah, everybody volunteers # # It’s Uncle What
and Auntie Who # # They visit
every month or two # # When is it ever not a feast? # # Pick over the leftovers
at least # # And Grandma Where
and Cousin When # # Remember how
it was back then # # It’s always fine
to bring your friends # # Even… vegetarians # (instruments playing same tune) # We come from far
and wide on # # Your shoulders
that we ride on # # The sons
you keep your eye on # # The soldiers we rely on # # The daughters taking care
of business # # Do their share of
the children in our care for # # That’s who we are there for # # Yeah, yeah,
that’s who we are there for. # Cousin Jam! Hey, they’re pretty good
together. Buster, you’re up. # Family is a state of mind # # So take your place,
relax unwind # # If you look,
I think you’ll see # # There are many kinds
of family # Now, this is what I call family,
y’all, whoo! # So here around
the picnic table # # In their places,
young and able # # Old and stable, you can see # # If you’re here,
you’re family # BOTH: # If you’re here,
you’re family # (song concludes,
family applauds) ANNOUNCER:
Watch “Arthur” weekdays on your PBS Kids station, or anytime on the PBS Kids
video app.

LGR – The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff Review

January 25, 2020 | Articles, Blog | 85 Comments

LGR – The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff Review

[jazzed-out jazz music] Finally, a stuff pack that’s precisely what
I always wanted! The Sims 4 Tiny Living Stuff, where your sims
are shrunk down to a fraction of the size due to a mishap involving a baseball and a
broken window, and then — what? -It’s about tiny homes.
-Aw man really? I guess that makes more sense, sigh. All right so yeah, the pack’s called Tiny
Living Stuff, but instead of awesome shrunken adventures, it’s all about living in a relatively
undersized home. It costs $10 and is the sixteenth Sims 4 stuff
pack to date good grief what the balls. And I gotta say, even though I’d be way
more into a pack about miniaturized sims, I was still intrigued by Tiny Living here. Because yeah man, I’ve been rather tiny-curious
for years now, immediately sucked into all the YouTube channels and reality shows focusing
on the Tiny House Movement. And the whole idea is to make the most out
of a small space, rejecting the concept of buying a multi-thousand square foot home. I myself live in a house that’s about 800
square feet or 74 square meters, and while objectively not “tiny,” it’s certainly
a lot smaller than I could’ve chosen and that was very much on purpose. I’ve enjoyed the challenge of trying to
make the most of the space I have without piling a million things on top of each other,
so the chance to do so virtually in the The Sims 4 is absolutely my cup of nitro cold brewed
coffee. The first thing you’re greeted with on installing Tiny Living Stuff is a message about living in a tiny house and stuff. A pre-made tiny home has been provided to
plop down anywhere you like, acting as an example of what exactly constitutes a tiny
home in The Sims 4 universe. In case you’re unaware, a real life tiny
house is generally considered to be one under 37 square meters or 400 square feet. This example home in The Sims 4 is composed
of 32 tiles, and if we assume each tile is a square meter, then we’ve got 32 square
meters or 350 square feet, a bit below that of a tiny house IRL. However, Tiny Living Stuff lays out three
different tiers of tiny house, each with its own perks and requirements. The smallest being the Tier 1 “Micro Home”
at up to 32 tiles in size, Tier 2 is a “Tiny Home” at up to 64 tiles, and Tier 3 is a
“Small Home” at up to 100 tiles. The most fascinating aspect of these tiered
home sizes is that when you meet the requirements on a lot designed as a Residential Tiny Home, you’re provided a number of generous rewards for living there. Things separate from lot traits, like faster
learning, greater comfort, happier sims, healthier plants, and better relationships. So the less you do with doing more, the more
you’re rewarded for doing more with less! Er, by that I mean that, as of now, there’s
incentives to go small and a kind of odd punishment for having a huge house. Makes me wonder if they’ll balance it out
with a mansion-focused pack in the future. Heck they could even call it The Sims 4 Livin’
Large, I’d be down with that. Anyway yeah, this is a stuff pack packed with
stuff so let’s unpack it and stuff! First is an allotment of hair, accessories,
and clothing for pretty much everyone this time around, including the younginz. Fitting right in with the overall “hygge”
theme of living in a warm little cozy home, there’s a bunch of warm, cozy attire. Regardless of how much I want some of those
sweaters for real though, that’s just the garb and garment goods. Let’s get onto the main event, kicking off
with an assortment of single-tile desks and tables, suitable for all manner of desking
and tabling. Followed by a few decorative yet functional
items, including a lamp, readable books, and lighttable candles in a cluttered tray. Three chesty wardrobe shelving type things
for holding various objects and clothing. A patterned rug for plopping down in the middle
of the backyard or wherever. A pretty standard toilet and a sink that handily
works off-the-grid. Two TVs, one standing and one that attaches
to a wall, each pulling quadruple duty by also acting as a display shelf, a bookcase,
and a stereo. Various other wall-mountable items are here
too, including a mirror, a door, two shelves of random thingies, four potted plants strung
together, and a plant-inspired piece of artwork. Three sets of hanging light bulbs, each with
their own varying degrees of droopiness. An ottoman, that isn’t an ottoman I guess,
since it’s a pouffe? Whatever it is cats love it. There’s also a standard bed and a standard
loveseat. As well as this lamp that should provide storage
space according to its description, yet it’s totally unusable as such. It’s just a lamp. Seriously, why tout its supposed dual purpose as a shelf and then make it so you can’t set anything on it? At least it makes for decent kindling, so
I guess it does serve a second purpose after all. And finally, you also get three new chairs,
although two of them are slightly confusing at first. This dining chair doesn’t actually function
with the new dining table. For that you have to use these high chairs,
and once I realized that it was pretty awesome, letting me really cram in a buncha seating
in a super small space. Finally, the headlining new items of the Tiny
Living pack are Murphy Beds, with and without a built-in loveseat. And at first this seems pretty useful, since
you can fold them away when not in use and those wardrobe shelving units attach to the
sides for a clean-looking modular design. But really, Murphy Beds are… confusing. While I applaud the addition of new sleepytime
snuggle zones, the usage of them in this pack doesn’t make much practical sense. For one, they require the exact same 3×2 tile
floor space as a normal bed. You get a loveseat on one of them, sure, but
it still leaves tiles of unusable space underneath. And since sims can’t get into bed from the
front, only the sides, you need another set of tiles off to the left and right at least
half a tile wide. The worst part though is this stupid animation
that plays out far too often, where sims try to pull down the bed then fail in spectacular
fashion. It’d be fine if it happened one out of every
20 times or something, but nope, sims fail like every 3 or 4 times you open the dumb
thing. [bed fails, sim gets owned] Making this worse is the fact that this far-too-frequent animation comes with an unusually high risk of killing your sims! bed fails, sim dies] Now, okay, I’m all for new ways to take out bothersome sims, that’s just good times. But “Death by Murphy Bed” seems a bit
silly, and again, it’s tied to an unskippable animation that happens rather often. Yes, there are now bed upgrade options in
the game, accomplishing things like increasing comfort and preventing it from getting stuck. So you can alleviate the issue but still,
I’d rather it wasn’t so prevalent to begin with. And in my opinion, these repetitive slapstick failure animations stopped being cute like fifteen packs ago. So yeah, can’t say I’ll be using Murphy
Beds in my tiny builds going forward, since the way they work is annoying and their inclusion in this particular pack is questionable in the first place. Why not add them in the Discover University
pack, that would’ve made a ton more sense in my book, more so than a pack about itty
bitty 32-tile houses. I really think bunk beds would’ve been an
ideal addition to the Tiny Living pack instead, seeing as bunk beds actually do free up room,
providing two beds in a single 3×1 space. For that matter though, why not add better
loft options? Lofts are a staple of tiny home designs, and
making them in The Sims 4 means adding a second story with a cumbersome full-sized staircase. Ladders are used all the time in real life
tiny homes, but nope, nowhere to be found in Tiny Living. Even spiral staircases would be more space-efficient
but those still aren’t a thing either. For that matter, why not add steeper, narrower
normal stairs? Or at least provide some storage options underneath
them, which again, is something that you see all the time in actual tiny houses. Not that it matters too much I suppose, since
sims all have an infinite household inventory that hides as many items as you like within
a magic unseen void, hrm. Still, while I’m on the topic of things
I wish were included instead of murphy beds, why not convertible futons or pull out sofa
beds? Under-the-counter mini fridges or in-wall
ovens and microwaves? How about portable induction cooktops? Or over-the-sink shelf units and other kinds
of stackable knickknack storage things? Heck, composting toilets, solar power, and
rain catchers would’ve been nice, seeing as we’ve already got off-the-grid lots. Instead we get cumbersomely large homicidal beds and storage lamps that don’t store anything. At least they took the time to add Baby Yoda
to the game, so I guess that means it all evens out in the end, right? Heh, ahh now I’m just being grumpy, when
in reality Tiny Living is not the worst stuff pack by any means. In fact, I think it’s one of the better
ones for my playstyle. It’s just that this daggone game’s been
around for almost six years now, and after sixteen stuff packs, I’m more than a bit
fatigued. There are a number of disappointing aspects
to Tiny Living Stuff, no bones about it, and I know they’ve could’ve added just a bit
more in terms of useful objects and quality of life improvements. But they didn’t, and that’s just kinda
how it goes, we all know that. Still, I’ll personally be using a number
of the items added here going forward, along with building more tiny houses for the challenge
it provides and the rewards it unlocks, so you can glean from that what you will. [gratuitous fiery sim death] And if you enjoyed this look at the Tiny Living
Stuff pack, then maybe check out my let’s play that I did over on my other channel from
what I was just playing this and getting my thoughts together about the pack in the first
place. Or just stick around, there’s more videos
coming up every week on this channel. And as always, thank you for watching LGR!

Alec Baldwin on the Future of His SNL Trump Impression: “I Just Don’t Know”

-How is the fam? I just saw you guys
on the cover of “iHola!” Look at this.
The whole fam is there. Everybody that —
What a beautiful, beautiful — -Yeah, Jimmy,
that’s everybody, okay? That’s everybody. -I’m asking because,
seriously, is it everybody or are you going to have — -You know what I think? I look at this picture
and I think, this is like
when I would do movies, and they’d make a mock
photograph for the movie of me and the woman playing my
wife and the four prop children. And none of this — And
now I look at it and I’m like,
“No, that’s not a prop. That’s really my life.
I’ve got four kids.” -You’ve got
a giant, beautiful family. -My wife, who I —
My wife got me a ring. -I love Hilaria. -And I can’t seem to find
what happened to it, I’m afraid to say. I wasn’t gonna say I lost it. And then, today, she got me
a replacement for my ring. That’s what kind of wife I have.
She got me a new ring. And she said, “If you lose
this ring, we’re done.” -“It’s over.”
-“It’s over.” -What’s going on with the kids? I know Carmen is in school.
I know that. -Well, Carmen, who was in school
with your daughter, and I used to see you many
mornings over there at school. You know, your kids —
they turn these corners, and you become so, like,
you know, electrified by that. Like, the other day,
Carmen was sitting there, and she’s drawing on
a piece of paper and she turns to me
and she goes, “What time is it?” And I’m like, “What time is it?
What are you talking about? What time is it?”
-Yeah. -5 years old. What? Do you got
a conference call with Disney? You got to call Bob Iger
and have a conference call? -Yeah, you going to go meet one
of the Paw Patrol? -Yeah. You got an appointment
with Paw Patrol? And then other thing
with them is — they just become deeper,
you know? And especially girls. So, Carmen is there,
the drawing, and she looks up at
my wife one time and she’s like,
“What is God, Mommy?” And my wife was like, “Wow!” And I’m like, “I got to go
make a conference call…” -With Disney.
-“…to Disney right now. And you guys — I know you’re going to
handle this really well.” -Yeah, you are like, “Hey, what
time is it right now?” -“What time is it?
Carmen, what time is it?” So, I leave, and then they — You know, but she asks, like,
these kind of — you know, we have, like, the
Sartre-esque moment with Carmen. My sons will sit there,
and they’ll be doing something. And he’ll look at me
and give me the same look, and I’ll think,
“Oh, here it comes. My son is going to say
something really deep.” And he’ll go,
“Can I have a snack?” That I can handle.
-“I love you. I love you. Get over here.”
-I’ve got cases of snacks. -You guys make beautiful babies. Would you consider
having a fifth baby? -We’ll be back in a moment.
It’s “The Jimmy Fallon Show.” -Hilaria,
if you’re watching — No. -We would have another one.
Yeah, we would have another one. -You would? -Well, because I think that
when we always say, when the baby comes,
you look at the baby and you’re like,
“How could we — You know,
what are we going to do? Send it back? No, but we always think,
“This is perfect.” We always are happy. -It the most
beautiful thing, yeah. -All of our kids
are, like, magical, so we would have another one. And then after that, my wife is going to have
to have her second husband. Or next marriage. -You’re fantastic as
Trump on “SNL.” Everyone loves you.
We obviously love you. [ Cheers and applause ] You’re amazing.
You’re amazing doing that. -I heard you’re replacing me. Are you replacing me on “SNL”?
[ Both laugh ] -No. Please.
-No. -Are you going to continue
to do it? -I really don’t know,
because — I don’t know. -Yeah.
-I just don’t know. I’m doing it now.
We do it like once a month. Listen, I don’t need to
explain it to you. This is a business where
these relationships you have with people
are so important. I love Lorne.
I love Lorne to death. And Lorne will call me up,
and I’ll go — He’ll be like,
“Are you coming this weekend?” And I’m like,
“Well, I was thinking of having some kidney dialysis.” And he’s like, “Okay, sure.
Sure. Great. Sure. Sure. You do that. You have the dialysis
and don’t come do the show.” And, so, you know, you
always — You get sucked in. They keep pulling me back in.
You know what I mean? But who knows? -But it must be addicting, because you just
score every time. I mean, it’s fantastic. -But I get people who, like — They give it to me,
which is cool. They say, “Oh, you don’t do a
good impersonation of Trump.” And I thought, “Well,
when you do the cold opening, it’s such a kind of —
You’re lighting a fuse.” What am I telling you? You were on the show for
many, many years and one of the stars
of the show. And when you come out there
for cold opening, it’s not like
we’re going to pause and do like, you know,
some Steven Soderbergh movie now where I’m playing Trump. We got to kind of drive it and make it brassy
and loud and fast. -Yeah.
-So, I do trump. I do my world-famous
mediocre Trump impersonation that fits into the show. -It just works perfectly. Well, I just want to
say thank you. We love seeing do you that,
so hopefully do you do it as much as you can
and want to do it. -Yeah.

Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries in Sports – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the Top 5 Nastiest Rivalries
in All of Sports Everyone has witnessed some heated rivalries
in their favourite sports. But there are some that are more than just
mutual disdain. In some cases, these particular rivals go
out of their way to hurt their opponents in one form or another. Here are the top 5 nastiest rivalries in all
of sports. #5 Most of the NHL. In a sport where fighting is tolerated and
vicious hits encouraged, it’s no surprise that many teams have a problem with each other. Whenever a rivalry happens, tensions are high
and martial justice is doled literally every few seconds. So who hates each other in the NHL? How about Ottawa/Toronto, Toronto/Montreal,
Montreal/Boston, New York Rangers/Boston, New York Islanders/Boston, EVERYBODY/Boston,
Chicago/Detroit, Detroit/Colorado, Washington/Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh/Philadelphia and most notably:
all 32 teams and Gary Bettman. Just turn the TV onto any NHL game and you’ll
most likely find a team playing someone they absolutely hate. #4 The State of Origin
It’s state vs state. Mate vs Mate. The State of Origin is a series of annual
exhibition rugby league games played between players from NSW and Queensland in Australia. This results in the unique scenario of teammates
of a professional team going up against each other in the State of Origin. What’s so bad about the State of Origin? Well apart from the two areas of Australia
vying for rugby supremacy – it’s basically a brawl disguised as a rugby game. The whole MO is to basically hurt your opponents
as much as possible and pretend that you’re actually playing by the rules. Vicious tackles, punches thrown and pummeling
anyone that’s wearing a different coloured jersey, is basically the bread and butter
skill of these games. And this results in … well, it results in
something like this. And it’s fantastic. #3 Galatasaray vs Fenerbace
What happens when most of Turkey supports one of two football teams? And then what happens when both teams are
the most successful in the country, mostly winning their titles and cups against their
direct rival? You get this fixture. What makes this nasty isn’t necessarily
the play on the field, but the fans off it. The Turkish people are masters of intimidating
opposing players and fans. Whether it’s through fireworks, fancy displays,
chanting mercilessly at opposing players in their hotel rooms or just trying to murder
you in the street. Crowd violence and fans being stabbed or killed
for wearing the wrong shirt is quite normal and this has unfortunately resulted in opposing
fans not being able to enter their rivals stadium. They call Galatasaray’s stadium ‘hell’
for a reason. #2 India vs Pakistan
Cricket is usually seen as a gentlemen’s game. But not when these two are concerned. It’s no secret that India and Pakistan absolutely
hate each other, and the political tensions of the two countries are certainly well documented. Rather than go at war with each other (again),
they fight each other on the cricket pitch instead. There’s a political agenda every time these
two teams meet, and should they experience defeat, the player’s lives are at risk from
extremists threatening to kill them if they lose. It’s gotten so bad, that the Indian Government
has prohibited their own players from going into Pakistan for fear of their cricketers
being murdered. Lots of intimidation between players, dirty
behavior, questionable tactics and plenty of sweet chin music, all to get an edge to
win the game. And the pressure to win this particular fixture
is biblical. Ticket requests for this fixture far surpass
any other, and when they faced each other during the 2011 World Cup in India, a 1/5th
of the world’s population tuned in to watch. Should they ever meet in an actual World Cup
final, I guarantee you that all hell will break loose. #1 Boca Juniors vs River Plate. The nastiest rivalry by far is between Argentina’s
two most popular and successful football teams. Boca Juniors & River Plate. They’re both based in the same city, and
similar to the Galatasary vs Fenerbace rivalry, most of the country supports either one or
the other. Players fear for their lives and take their
own safety into their own hands, because the fans, are complete animals that are seriously
out of control. These fans routinely throw flares and objects
at opposing players (including sometimes human excrement) and in a couple of famous cases,
they use pepper spray and tear gas to try and injure the players as they’re walking
out onto the field. That’s just the fans, who by the way, also
have a penchant of stabbing each other in the street. And I’ve not even started about the foul
play on the field. It’s pretty nasty to watch. The fixture is so dangerous for both players
and spectators, that matches are heavily enforced by police and in the famous case of the 2018
Copa Libertadores, they had to abandon the match and play it 6,500 miles away in Spain
because it became too dangerous to play the game in Argentina. Honorable mention goes to the Red Sox vs Yankees
rivalry, the two cities generally don’t like each other and neither do their baseball
teams. Rangers vs Celtic – the Glasgow rivalry
that’s started with a difference of religion and now they hate each other just because
it’s fun. And the Ohio State Buckeyes vs the Michgan
State Wolverines, though it’s been pretty one sided recently. These are what I believe to be the nastiest
rivalries in sports. And I could have mentioned more, but what
do you think? Do you think there are any that are nastier? Have you experienced more hatred than this? Let me know in the comments section below
and remember to like share and subscribe. Obviously. Ninh Ly – www.ninh.co.uk – @NinhLyUK

StubHub Offers Loans for Tickets to the Big Game (feat. Tim Dillon) – Lights Out with David Spade

If you’ve ever thought, “How can I be more in debt,”
this story’s for you. Uh, ticket broker StubHub
is offering loans to buy Super Bowl tickets, tickets between 5 grand
and $17,000, with interest rates
between 10% and 30%, -which means 30%.
-(groaning) This is horrifying.
You want to char– Get (bleep)ed.
First of all, it… StubHub, no offense,
is already bad enough. -Like, you’re scalping. You’re
already getting jacked. -Right. And they want to–
Uh, it’s like a new loan sh– It’s weird. Go ahead. I’m sorry.
I’m getting worked up. -I… -But it-it’s, like,
pr-priorities, right? Like, this is where we are
in America with priorities. You– If you have to get a loan to get Super Bowl tickets,
you’re an idiot. You understand.
No, for real, for real. Like, let me just tell you
where we are in America, right? I w– I watch TV1 in New York, and I watch, uh,
the Discovery Channel. So, on TV1, I watch–
there was a report that says one in ten kids in New York City
is homeless and has no idea where they’re
gonna get their next meal. And then I turn
to the Discovery Channel and I watched a turtle
get a ultrasound. Like, what-what are we doing?! -Yeah.
-What are we doing as a coun– -I mean, I know, like…
-(cheering and applause) But you know what I mean?
Like… Feed the kids! Take care of yourself. Every year, I try to sex traffic
myself to the Super Bowl. Uh, I… (laughter, applause) Every year. Yeah.
Thank you. -Uh, it often… -And can you
believe it? He’s never made it. -Yeah, I’ve never made it.
-He’s never gone once. I get–
I get a state or two away, and then I just enjoy the game
from a local bar. -State or two away.
-And, you know– -So, there-there’s ways, David.
-Yeah. If you don’t have enough money, maybe don’t go
to the Super Bowl. -Like, it’s on TV.
-Yeah. And who cares what the halftime show–
Shakira and J. Lo. It’s, like, just–
It’s elderly Latina women. Just go to a grocery store.
You’ll see ’em. -Go to the grocery store?
-Yeah. That’s– They’re there. Five grand for a seat in
San Francisco, that’s nothing. -That’s crazy. -Like,
five grand in Kansas City, I-I– -that’s, like,
a whole block of houses. -Yeah. So I get that that’s,
like, a big difference. San Francisco people,
they-they deserve that. They deserve to get ripped off. They’re-they’re rich snobs
up there. -They’re all rich… -They offer
tickets for any event. So I don’t want
to get my legs broken ’cause I had to see
Foreigner’s final tour, -you know what I mean?
-Yeah. I don’t think it’s worth it.
All right. Oh, yeah. By the way,
if you don’t pay, they send this guy to your door. Gritty! -He’s back. He’s a callback.
-(cheering and applause) He’s like, “How was
Paul McCartney?” Doosh, doosh. All right. Machu Picchu is having, uh… to up their security with drones because so many people
are going number two at the top of the hike. -(groaning)
-This is happening at Runyon a lot, too. Uh… They’re also changing the name
of the park to “Machu Poopoo.” -That’s not true.
-(laughter) That cannot be true. That sounds like a joke. -Um, I think the drones are not
actual size, I hope. -Yeah. (laughter) -I’m-I’m all in support of this.
-SPADE: Oh, good. Okay. This is great. Yeah.
I’m in a travel group. -We’re doing this very thing.
-DILLON: Yeah. We’re going… We’re gonna… We want to go
to the Taj Mahal and throw up, and we’re going to, um… -(laughter)
-SPADE: And throw up. And we’re gonna go (bleep)
at the Colosseum. -That’s, like, our last stop.
-SPADE: Excuse me! -Yeah, I’m excited.
-(applause) This is exactly what people
think American tourists do. -Yeah.
-Like, that’s what’s funny. They’ll say it metaphorically, like, “Oh, they just shit
on everything.” It’s like,
“No, really, they do.” -(laughter) -SPADE: Yeah.
-They-they genuinely do. But what are the drones
supposed to do? I mean, are they gonna
bring them toilet paper? Like, you know, it’s like,
“What are you catching me do? “I’m shitting in nature. -That’s what happens, okay?”
-SANTINO: Yeah, it’s true. The Charmin bear is out there
shitting all over trees. -(laughter)
-DILLON: Right, right, right. -And he got commercials.
-DILLON: Yeah. -Yeah.
-(applause and cheering) They’re like RoboCop.
They’re like, “Pooper. Pooper.” It’s just PornHub sponsored
these. This is all… That’s, like, shit porn.
That’s all that is. SPADE:
Yeah, that’s all it is. You want to see someone shit
on Machu Picchu? -Oh, yeah.
-Actually, isn’t it amazing…? Wouldn’t it be amazing
if you could show, like,
the ancient Mayas this photo of the drone
and the little poop? They’d be like,
“Whoa, the future is crazy!” I was in a real bathroom,
like, like, at a restaurant. This is stupid,
but it was, like, a regular one, not just a one-hitter.
It was, like, a big one. And I go in, and the guy’s
coming out of the stall, and I go, “Rough!” -You know, ’cause
it was horrible. -DILLON: Yeah. And he goes, “(bleep) you,
dude.” I go, “Oh!” Like, we were gonna get
in a fight, and I thought, this is the weirdest way
to get in a fight. I wasn’t… -That’s so weird. -Yeah, isn’t
that weird? We got in a… I… -He’s defending that
it wasn’t rough? -DILLON: Yeah. -I know. I go, “Rough, dude.”
-Yeah. -My shits are chill. -Yeah, yeah.
-Yeah, bro? I’m a chill shitter.