(suspenseful music) (poppy electronic music) – Welcome to Let’s Talk About
That, the show about the show. I’m Stevie and if you or a loved one have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may be eligible for
financial compensation. Today’s guests do love pina
coladas and getting caught in the rain, but their pina coladas have ground up testicles and
their rain comes in the form of human chocolate fountains,
please welcome Rhett and Link. (scattered clapping) Hello!
– Hello! – I didn’t see you there,
and now you’re here. – Hey!
– Happy Saturday! – Happy Saturday!
– Let’s Talk About That! – I got it, show about
the show, pina colada. – I have something I
would like to talk about right off the bat. First of all, I will say
there is a segment today that I am so excited about. – Oh man.
– But before we get to the segment that I’m so excited about, I’m also excited about something else. Can you tell via my shirt
what that thing might be? – You’re excited about caring. – It’s true!
– ‘Cause caring is cool! – And I’m caring about
registering to vote and voting. – Oh, I see the connection, yes. – So this is exclusively
for our U.S. audience, but election day is November 6th. Today is October 6th. I did a little bit of
research, most states, the longest time you need is
30 days to register to vote so if you’re not registered,
today is the day to go and register–
– Get out there! – At Vote.org. Some states, you can go on
the day and actually vote and register and vote on the same day. Most states, just go to Vote.org, give it a check, see if you’re registered. Even if you think you’re
registered, please go. Another fun fact, if you are 17 now and you’re going to
turn 18 on election day or before election day, you
can register to vote right now. In some states you can be
16 and pre-register to vote. – [Link] Whoa! – So I’m talking 16
and up, go to Vote.org. There’s no excuse not to. – [Rhett] And then you wait for two years? – Well you wait until you turn 18. – What do you do with the two years? – You sit around–
– Get hype. – You practice voting. You take p-voting, pre-voting. Like PSATs.
– Pulling the lever. You work up your forearm strength. Tricep strength, see a lot
of people don’t realize. – I think 16 year olds are working out their forearm strength. – Oh, oh, oh, oh! Woo-boo-boo-boo-boo-boo-boop! – Also I would like to not
get the teenagers’ hopes up that there’s actually a
lever because there’s not. – No no no no, see the whole point was, I’m trying to get the teens
to vote so I’m telling them that there’s a lever. There’s a big lever!
– There’s a pokey thing. – It’s actually candy-coated. – Well it depends. – It’s a candy-coated lever
and everyone licks it. – The only way you can find out what it is is if you go and vote. Is basically what we’re trying to say. – Yeah just vote to figure out how to vote if for no other reason. – In some states you
can get married at 14. – Oh, also, fun fact about
the caring is cool t-shirt, you can get one of your
own at Mythical.store. A portion of the proceeds
goes directly to Vote.org so we’re tying it all in to voting. It’s very important,
please register today. – Another portion of
the proceeds goes to us. – Yeah, right.
– ‘Cause it’s our shirt. – But we are voting. (laughs) Can’t get around it! – All right guys, I have some teasers for what’s coming out today. – My favorite part is the teaser. Not the things that you tease
but just when you tease them. – Oh yeah, I use my teasing voice. (Rhett chuckles) – Stop teasing me! – We have a much anticipated update on Link’s bathroom remodel. – I’m excited about that. – There is, a tying it into the voting, a White House scandal
that I’m actually excited to talk about today. – Oh, we’re gonna get political. – Well we’re not gonna get political. You have to see what it
is, but this is the thing that I was like, I’m so excited about, ’cause I really am so excited about this. And then I have an
interesting satisfying video that kinda plays on something that Link had requested earlier this week. – Oh, I love any type of satisfying video. I don’t watch them but I
do love the idea of them. – I’m not sure whether to
emphasize the satisfying or the interesting but I do know one thing that’s satisfying and
that is today’s beverage. – Oh! – Which I am excited about,
mostly because the top as Lucas pointed out to me
says shake it like you mean it. – Shake it like you mean it. – [Stevie] And we all know
I like to shake things. – You’re holding it differently. – So this is water–
– You used to hold it like. – [Link] This is a consonantless– – This is the safest way to do it. – This is kinda like The Weeknd, the artist who took the
vowels out of his name. Now, products are starting doing it. W-T-R-M-L-N W-T-R. Wtrmln Wtr. You don’t need consonants
to know how to read. – You mean vowels. (laughs) You said vowels until that last one. And then you said consonants. – No I said consonants until the last one. – Until the last one you said vowels, until the last one where
you said consonants. – I’ve been saying vowels? – You were saying vowels.
– The vowels are missing. I know what a vowel is. – I wrote my own vows for my wedding. It was kind of embarrassing, honestly. – But everyone was probably crying. – I was crying. – Oh my gosh, it’s literally–
– Is it bad? – Smells like a rotten watermelon, like at the family reunion when
they cut the watermelon open and then you play softball
and then you come back and eat some more. – I don’t know, the
second sip is better than the first sip. – [Rhett] It kinda tastes
like a wine cooler. – Unless you love watermelon,
you are not gonna like this. And if you don’t like vowels,
you’re in for a treat. (laughs) – You know the ironic
thing is just the other day we were going through, we were culling different
items from our kitchen. – I’m sorry, what?
– Culling, culling. We were thinning out
our kitchen appliances. – Got it.
– Getting rid of things. And we found something in
one of the top shelves that, it was a picture of a
watermelon with a tap in it, and it was the tap. – Why did you even have that? – I don’t even know. – Did Jessie know where you got it from? – I was like, “Who is is this?” She was like, “I don’t know.” – Who’s is is this. You know what’s almost
as exciting as that story is when Link was talking about his shower for a very long time. There were nipples involved.
– Here. – Like to say nipples, yeah. There were nipples here. – No I mean, this was the
conversation that we had– – On this very show.
– On this show. – That we are on, we had a
conversation about your shower. – My rain shower head, yeah. – And you had in between rounds
of the water filter episode I believe, you had divulged
some of this information and then you reconfirmed it here. – I remember that. – Turns out, you’re really into
talking about your bathroom in between takes of things, in between when the camera’s rolling. – That’s because the construction
of my bathroom never ends. I mean it’s been going on for months and nothing has happened, until, I know what you’re talking
about, something new happened. – We’re just gonna lead right
into the video clip with that. – My shower’s finished but the rest of my bathroom is not finished. There’s no sink. But there is– ♪ A new toilet ♪ Ooh it’s smoking. – So you got a rain head and a toilet? – I got a rain head and a– – It’s all a man needs, really. – I didn’t get any toilet. (laughs dramatically) I got– – You got a rave toilet didn’t you? – I got a toilet that, ugh. It senses your presence
and the lid pops up and then it lights up so you can pee into a light ring. – Hold on, does it got a bidet on it? – It’s got a bidet on it.
– Oh yeah. – It’ll clean the front,
it’ll clean the back, it’ll clean the front and the back. – If you wanna go to a bidet factory now, I’m down for that. – It’s got a blow dryer in it, man. It’s got a blow dryer in it. Are you telling me that when you walk up to your toilet, does it open for you? – It doesn’t open. I’m just saying, I’ve got the blow dryer, I’ve got the bidet, I’ve
got the seat warmer. I got the self-cleaning. – Mine opens. – Does it say welcome Link? – And when it opens, it
doesn’t say that, no. And then the seat is hot. – Yeah I got the hot seat. – Oh you got the hot seat.
– I said that. – And then I sit down on
it and then I do everything that it seems that yours could do, and then I just stand up and
walk away and it flushes, cleans, closes–
– It flushes on its own? – It flushes on its own.
– I don’t have that. I definitely have to reach around. It’s such a pain to find the handle. (chuckling) – But no one wants to touch
the toilet in any place that they don’t have to. – Right, yeah, yeah. – I only touch the
toilet with my buttocks. My toilet has ground effects. There’s not only light inside of the bowl, there’s lights outside of the bowl. – I have to come see this toilet. – I’d like for you to come see it. – Can I use it?
– No. You can watch me use it. I don’t touch it with anything except my– – Are we about good? Okay pop it up. (chuckling) – Are we about good? – It wasn’t that I was
tired of your story, it’s that I–
– We kinda had a show to do. – I thought that maybe we
were about to start a fire. – Yeah, anything that you
didn’t cover about your toilet that you’d like to share? – Well here’s the thing, what
I said wasn’t true, okay? What I’ve discovered in
using the toilet more is that I do have to touch. Well, I don’t touch the
toilet anywhere else, but I have to touch myself. And I thought that I
wouldn’t have to wipe. – I know what you’re saying. – With a bidet–
– I know what you’re saying. (laughs) – But I actually have a question. – I do know what you’re saying. – I do have a question.
– I’ve got like 18 months of experience with a bidet. – Yeah, help me out. – What are you saying? – Do you have a bidet? I’ll explain.
– I do not have a bidet, no. – I highly recommend it
and I don’t even know how to use it yet. – I know how to use it. – So here’s my question. – The answer is no. – So it jets me, and then, there’s a dryer which will
then dry everything off. But the dryer doesn’t
really dry everything off, and so there’s two times
when like, should I wipe and then bidet and then
should I wipe again before I dry? – Again the answer to
your first question is no. The answer to your second question is yes. Here’s the thing, I know
the blow drying is exciting. And I know that you’re enjoying it. You will stop doing the
blow drying altogether, for two reasons, number
one it’s not effective, number two, it wafts the
smell of your own dookey up into your face. It finds a way out, okay? – Wait so you do all
this before you flush? – I don’t flush, I stand up and walk away and then it flushes. – Well here’s why, here’s why. I don’t have that feature. The reason I don’t do that is ’cause– – It was pricy too.
– I only wanna flush one time. Because in my experience, the
bidet does the dirtiest work. (laughs) – So you don’t pre-wipe before you– – No, pre-wiping is like
defeating the whole purpose. Let the bidet do what
the bidet wants to do but just know that the
bidet is gonna get you 98% of the way, depending on
what kind of day it is, and then you’re gonna– – It’s a buh-day. – You’re gonna do a wipe–
(Stevie laughs) Which is gonna do two things, it’s going to clean you all the way and dry you all the
way and then you flush. – But what I’m afraid of
is if you don’t wipe first, it’s gonna strow stuff around. – No no no no. – Did you use a verb that doesn’t exist? – Strow.
– Yeah, okay. – Strow is kinda like spatter, but– – [Stevie] Okay, all right. – It’s a southern version of spatter. – Well I am sorry that I asked
if there was anything else that you need to talk about the toilet, apparently there is. We’ll save that for another episode. – I need a tutorial video please. – I’ll make one. – I have a feeling you’re
gonna be talking about this in between takes. – Well I’m gonna be talking
about my sink hopefully if that ever goes in. – That’s true. You can only wait. – (chuckles) Yeah.
– You can only wait. That’s right. – That’s all you need to do. Because you can’t wait excitedly,
I’ll tell you that much. You can just wait. – I can only wait. – I’m going back in for the stank drink. – Okay, we can’t wait any longer for my favorite portion of– – [Link] You can travel in time and know. – We’ve had a scandal here
at the Mythical studio. You guys don’t know about the scandal. It is so good. So, this week we did the
POTUS’s favorite foods episode. – Yeah. – And it was, by the way,
one of my favorite episodes we’ve ever done ’cause
Jordan is freaking hilarious and he was hilarious
as all the presidents. When your food was delivered–
– Love Jordan. Especially his mouth.
– Ooh. It was delivered under a White
House cloche, do you recall? – Yep. It was very, very well-made, by the way. – It was very well-made. Problem is, before it was well-made, it was made and then it
was run over by a car. And the person who ran over it– – Come on!
– With his car, was one Benjamin Eck. Now I will give him this. I will give him this. (Rhett laughing) – Ben left.
– Ben was at this camera. – He was operating a
camera, now he’s gone. – And now he has exited. – Ben, I think you need
to come back, but– – No wait, Casey’s now there. Casey just like filled in immediately. (Rhett laughs) – I will give him this,
he did immediately call our production designer
Mike, and he called Jacob, and so it was taken care of and reported. The interesting thing is we have security cameras. – (laughing) Oh no. – In the parking lot.
– Yeah ’cause I’m wondering, Mike who built it, did he put it like, did he wedge it under his wheel? – Okay, all right so
I have bits and clips. I need to reorient myself. – [Link] Twice? – Okay, so this is the
security footage of the hit if we could play that. (objects clatter)
(Rhett and Link exclaiming) – Oh, you know what, he
didn’t quite run over it. He just, he gave it a love tap. – Okay, we’ll call it a love tap. You can hear it, you can hear the crunch. Which I didn’t realize
our security footage had a sound until this happened, but– – That is very impressive. We get that kind of footage
from our parking lot? Wow. – I wanna break it down. – You better believe it. – Because I believe the term that Ben, did Ben come back? No, he’s still gone. – Ben doesn’t wanna talk about it. – Ben exited. Ben has left the building. – The term that Ben used
was that the White House was right behind his car. (laughing) So I wanna go back
earlier into the footage and this is the definition
of right behind. – [Link] Yeah, the yellow area is– – [Rhett] I mean it is in
the pathway of the car. – It is not right behind.
– But not right behind. – That’s our definitely of right behind. – Right, I agree with that. – The end of the phrase is,
“It was right behind my car. “I didn’t see it,” so
let’s go back even earlier. – [Link] There he is. – [Stevie] There he is.
(Rhett and crew laughs) – He sees it, the dotted
lines are indicating he definitely sees it. – All right you’re saying
he did this on purpose. – No, no, no. – Maybe it was in protest of
the current administration. Maybe that’s what this was about. – Well here’s the other things, so– – Is he carrying his own
version that he made with socks? – (laughing) Yes. That’s the real answer to this. – He’s carrying his little White House. – So here’s something
else I found interesting. So Ben goes and he sits in his car, but he’s in his car for a very long time. Enough time, one might say, to have one, the sun move. And two, to be thinking
about that White House that he saw before he got in that car. – Right, he’s contemplating. – This is pre-meditation to the max. – It’s a full two minutes in the car. – Yep, sometimes it takes awhile to get your phone hooked up. (chuckling) I been there. – And then the other weird
thing is if we go father in the clip, after the
hit of the White House, let’s see what Ben does.
(objects clatter) (emotional music) It looks like there’s a slight hesitation. But then he just leaves. (Rhett laughs)
(Link claps) – No way! – And he leaves. – He like (mimics motor revving). (laughing) – And finally–
– You could tell that it was like the car itself was
thinking about not exiting. – But the best part–
– Oh this is amazing. – In my opinion is if we go
even further into the footage because when Ben called Jacob, he mentioned that Mike
might be upset about it, but let’s see what Mike’s reaction was. (laughing) And– – I bet he said, “Oh man,”
and then he walked away. – Yeah well I couldn’t
quite hear what he said, so I wanted to raise the
volume on what he said, so we did that and listen to this. (man whoops sadly) (all laughing) – Sounds just like Nick Cage. Well the interesting thing to
me is why are they so afraid to come close to it? – They’re afraid to deal with the truth. – Well later, it wasn’t
as bad as we had thought and Mike was able to piece it together, and it looked awesome for the episode. And Ben, are you coming back ever? – We’re done, Ben, we’re
done talking about it. – You know, we have security
cameras in the back parking lot of the studio so if you do something, it’s gonna wind up on this
show, you know what I’m saying? But don’t do anything ’cause I don’t want you doing anything. – Did you guys make out? – It’s a great way to get on the show. – I mean make up?
– The first one. – You made out?
(laughing) – Every making up involves making out. Everybody knows that. – So Ben didn’t tell you? – He called me.
– No he did, he did. He called Mike. – He was like, “I ran
over your props again.” – Again? (laughing) Wait, this was not the first time? – No, he does that every prop. It’s part of the process. – Yeah, right, yeah, yeah. – It’s like a honing– – You need it at this point. – Yeah, we wanted to stress it– – You need it at this point, right. – Wasn’t that the best thing ever? I love it! I love it, when Jacob said
we had security cam footage, I was like, you know it’s
probably not that great, but then it was and I’m so, so pleased. – It’s as if it was
framed for this moment. – Yeah. But it wasn’t, it was not scripted. It just happened.
– It’s actually on the thirds. – It’s good. – Wow, serendipitous. – We should aim it at the
criminals, but we don’t. – I’m gonna say I can’t beat this clip, but I do have something
else I wanna show you. Specifically Link. In More yesterday, you
were talking to Ellie and Ellie said that she still
had the blue plastic film on her refrigerator because
she thought it looked pretty. – Which is weird.
– And you were like, can you peel it off and can you film it and can I see it? Which is also weird for you to say. – Well.
– But it’s fine. You were both weird. It gets weirder though. I’m throwing all kinds of
Mythical crew under the bus here because when Ellie got
home, I had asked her if she could please film the video, but she could not part with the blue film on her fridge.
– Really? – So she called me to
apologize and say that she could not part with it,
but, I went onto YouTube. I found a film pulled from
the fridge satisfying video. – See I’m not that
weird, it already exists. – Yeah, and I think you’re gonna like it. – [Man] Go. (film tearing) Oh it catches, oh yeah, it catches. Look at that. (man moans) – [Woman] You like that? – [Man] Oh yeah, oh the edges. Oh, make it happen, yeah.
– It’s so clean underneath. – [Man] Oh my God, yeah. (man moaning) Yeah right there, right there. (man grunts) – [Stevie] Oh God, it’s so terrible. – I will say, it would
have been better on mute. – Yeah, that guy ruined it for us. – You don’t need voices or
comedic oversexualized banter on your satisfying videos. – Yeah, let it speak for itself. – That ruins it. That was a parody. I’m insulted by that. – I don’t think it was a parody. I think his voice was
a parody ’cause I got Ellie to record that voiceover. No I’m just kidding. (all laughing) – What? Actually, I got a new
refrigerator recently that I’ve put in the garage and it came with the blue stuff on it and
I thought it was gonna be fun to pull off, but then you realize that there’s all these places
that they literally fastened little fasteners and the handles
on top of the blue stuff, and it doesn’t rip cleanly. – It’s difficult. – And if you wanna do it, you
have to get a razor blade out and then you’re cutting into your fridge. – Yeah. – [Rhett] Why is that the case? – It’s stupid and you know what? – There’s still little
pieces of blue everywhere all over my fridge when you get close? – ‘Cause what can you do, what can you do? – You can’t do anything
except just be upset about it. It’s not satisfying at all. – You have to take the handle off of the, that’s just wrong, man. – Who’s gonna do that?
– That’s horrible. I mean that really does make me angry. – I’m angry about it right now. – You know the funny thing, my toilet still has the
plastic on the top of the seat. I’ve been waiting to pull that off. – So your pee just goes
everywhere every time you– – The seat, man. – You’ve been purposefully waiting? – Everything’s not done. I want the whole bathroom to be done and then when it’s done,
I’m gonna pull the– – You gotta shoot a video of that. – Or get Ellie to.
– Okay. – I could kinda relate to
that because the first MacBook that I ever got, I took a
shower before I opened it. (Link giggles) I was just like, I
gotta be ready for this. – I don’t know what you’re saying. – I know what he’s saying. – I just was like–
– We’re bidet boys. We know what–
– I come in from something that made me sweaty and I was like, oh, the computer’s here! And I was just like, I gotta wash myself before I touch this. – Wait when was this? – This was like the first
ever Mac laptop that I ever– – 2007. – Yeah, a long time ago. – Got it, okay. – [Link] Sometimes I sit on my toilet– – Okay. – Just to get hit with the bidet. Like I don’t have to even use the bath– – You shouldn’t admit that. That’s weird. – We’re done! – It gives you a fresh feeling. I’m gonna get you one for Christmas. – That would be weird.
– Not a whole toilet. Way too expensive. I’m gonna get you what Rhett has. – That would be an odd Christmas gift. – You just have an attachment
that can go on any toilet. – Yeah, any toilet. – You guys wanna say the toss-out
or are we just gonna be– – Yeah yeah yeah, yeah. – Three, two. – [Together] Until next LTAT, keep on BYMB. – I said it right. – Yeah. (poppy electronic music)