– The battle for the best
Halloween candy continues. – Let’s talk about that. (funky music) – Good mythical morning. – It’s a big day for us. Our novel, The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek is out today! – Whoo!
(crew applauds) – Scoop it up where ever you get books. Barnes & Noble has signed copies. Target has a special edition with photos and you can buy it from anywhere by visiting BleakCreek.com. Can’t wait for you to read it. – Yes.
Now, today. It’s is day two of our best
Halloween candy tournament which means we’re done day
closer to selecting a winner and one day closer to
selecting an insulin provider. – If you haven’t seen yesterday’s episode well, click on it and catch up because we’ve got eight
more delectable candies to toss down our lower face holes and only four will emerge victorious. It’s time for The Bewitching Battle of the Best Halloween Candies, day two. – A quick recap if you take a look at
our gastrointestinally glamorous candy bracket you’ll see that four candies have advanced to the quarter finals. Those are Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. – [Link] Butterfinger. – [Rhett] Milky Way. – And Snickers. Now we got four more spots left and the eight candies
fighting for those spots are Jolly Ranchers. – [Rhett] Kit Kat. – [Link] M&M’s. – [Rhett] Swedish Fish. – [Link] Reese’s Pieces. – [Rhett] Skittles. – [Link] Twix. – And Almond Joy. – Let’s eat up. (foreboding laughter) – Our first match up is the 15th seed with 2,057 votes, Jolly Ranchers against the second seed
with 9,040 votes, Kit Kat. – All right, and
peng-manning the board today is Matt Lieb. Look a that.
– Happy Halloween. – Are you a happy penguin? – Oh, stoked.
I’m a stoked penguin who’s entire habitat is melting. (crew laughs)
– Oh, wow. – There’s a message with this costume. I appreciate that. – So, you’re not wearing that just because it was the only one that was tall enough for you? – No, no, no. I’m wearing it because I
just moved to North Hollywood where it’s a lot cooler than it is in my normal habitat. – [Link] Oh my gosh. – (laughing) North Hollywood. – Climate change.
All right. – Jolly Ranchers, the most popular flavor according to surveys is blue raspberry. Because people love things
that do not actually exist. (crew chuckles)
– That’s true. I like the apple. – Let’s do a real time just sucking on Jolly Ranchers. And just no edits, no cuts. We stay here until they’re gone. – And of course over here we have Kit Kat ’cause I’m giving up on that bit. – I’m still sucking on the Jolly Rancher. – It’s gonna be forever. I would say it’s like 15 minutes. – I’d say it’s 50 minutes. I got a gentle tongue. (crew chuckles) – I don’t care. Now, here’s the thing man. (Rhett spits) (Jolly Rancher clatters) – Almost. – You got these Kit Kats and it’s just, they’re
just made to be shared. – Oh yeah. – Or at least a portion for yourself. – Can I have the right one? – Here’s a fun fact. The song
♪ Give me a break ♪ was written in 1982. It was composed by Micheal A. Levine who would go on to
produce all of the music for Nickelodeon’s Naked Brothers Band. – And also be Stevie’s father. – No, and. (Rhett applauds) – No, no. – [Stevie] Thank you. – One of the brothers in
the Naked Brothers Band was Nat Wolff who would go on to star in Hereditary as the brother. (Rhett grunts)
Spooky. And also Stevie’s brother.
– Brother! (Rhett applauds) – [Stevie] Thank you.
– I have not seen Hereditary. – I have. Really the part you
don’t wanna play in that is the little sister (chuckles). – Okay.
Kit Kats don’t taste as great with the Jolly Rancher. – Jolly Rancher is really it’s doing things for me and it’s not even in my mouth anymore. I’m just thinking about what it was like to have a blue raspberry
Jolly Rancher in my mouth. – But I gotta a special
place in my heart for Kit Kat because it not only tastes so good it captures comradery. – I know, I mean Jolly Ranchers. They’re stronger than the
votes gave them credit for but it can’t beat a Kit Kat. Who are we kidding? – But, it’s a happy rancher. – I know, I just don’t feel like we can send Jolly Rancher through. It is a jolly Rancher, he’s– – I tried, Jolly Rancher.
– a happy cowboy. – Hope we didn’t take
away all your jollies ’cause Kit Kat.
– Moving on. – All right. (foreboding laughter) – It’s the seventh seed
with 3,136 votes, M&M’s versus the 10th seed with
2,901 vote, Swedish Fish. – Fun fact, Link. What do you think is
the most popular candy in the whole world? – Swedish Fish.
– No, it’s M&M’s How many M&M’s do you
think come in a fun size? – I would say six. Okay, three. Six, nine 12, 13?
– 13? Is that consistent across packaging? – That, that’s gotta be. – What’s the quality control here? – Three, six, nine 12, 13, 14.
– 14! What?
You’re being cheated! Sometimes. Or, you know what? You’re getting an extra M&M sometimes. Why are you complaining? – Someone’s being treated. How many Swedish Fish do
you think are in a pack? – Seven? – Count those. – Six, what? – And then just to keep
our sample size the same. One, two, three, four five.
– Five, what? (crew chuckles) – Up, there’s the other one. – Six!
– Six. – You know what, the Swedish the Swedish are so consistent. They would never give
you different numbers. – Swedish Fish are vegan is that why you love them so much? – You know me.
(crew laughs) – It’s a powdery berry. – Go on. – And then you got the M&M’s. – I like an M&M.
– I don’t like ’em because they’re just too close
to pharmaceuticals to me. I think that’s what it is. I just feel like it–
– What? – I feel like it’s a
gateway drug to drugs. (door bell chimes) – Looks like somebody’s at the door again. – Who could this be? Christine.
(crew laughs) ♪ Sha la la la la, give me treats ♪ The trick if you don’t give me treats is I give you crabs, so. – Well, you’re still a
couple of days early. – What? Just give the banana Laffy Taffy! (crew laughs) – She’s so eager that Christine. – She loves the candy,
but timing is everything. I don’t know, did my
drug argument sway you? – I’m already on team Swedish Fish anyway. I don’t have to be persuaded. – Listen. Yesterday, there’s a lot of backlash from the peanut M&M thing. Not moving forward. So, I feel like I gotta make an argument for M&M’s to move forward because they’re not my jam.
– I think it was the peanut M&M’s that people
really wanted to move forward and we can’t do that. I don’t know if this is really
gonna make up for anything. – Regular ones aren’t as good as those. So, I’m deferring to you. I don’t wanna burst your bubble. So, you love the Swedish Fish. – So let’s keep disappointing people? – Yeah. I love for you to be happy.
– Yes! We’re moving on the Swedish Fish! – [Link] You like a Swedish Fish pengman? – Well, yes. Soon it will be the only fish that is left in the environment. (foreboding laughter) – Next match up’s between seed 11 with 2,750 votes, Reese’s Pieces and seed six, with 3,896 votes, Skittles. – Skittles. – Now, they’ve done
away with the fun size. Sorry to spoil your fun but there’s no more fun
sized Reese’s Pieces. So, you just gotta get the biggin’ and every single package what they’re going for, they say is 50% orange, 25% brown, and
25% yellow in every package. – I can tell you right now yeah, that’s about right. – Oh, these are light on yellow. Very light on yellow. – I’ve gotta take issue with the fact that for this Halloween candy tournament if they discontinue the
Halloween candy size I don’t think it’s Halloween candy at all. – Listen. I’m agreeing with you. And also let me say that the inside, the
peanut butter is very good but it is not as good and it is not the same peanut butter as what you get inside of a Reese’s Cup. – The ratios that you claimed didn’t quite hold true. – Yeah, they’re light on yellow. Look how light they are on yellow here. – Mm-hmm.
– All right. – Does it really matter though? – Let’s try a Skittle. How many Skittles? – I was gonna ask the same thing. I would say–
– 12. – 14. – Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Four, eight–
– ‘Cause this matters, too. It’s like are you gonna get enough of them to be satisfying.
– 16 Skittles? – Three, six–
– 16 Skittles! – 12–
– Think about that. – 14.
– Whoa, very inconsistent. Or maybe I counted wrong. – Okay, so there we go. We’re just gonna say there’s 15 of those. Taste the rainbow. Great slogan introduced in 1994. And if it ain’t broke don’t, don’t not taste it. – So fruity.
– Mm-hm. This is a great little candy. It’s not as popular as Starburst. Based on sales. – I prefer the taste of Starburst and I also prefer the
taste of Reese’s Pieces but I’m offended by them
doing away with the fun size and I feel like we should punish them. – Yeah.
This is not a Halloween size. It cannot move forward. It is disqualified! – Hey, out of the running Reese’s! – So, Skittles for–
– Yeah! – No good reason of it’s own moves on. Look at that penguin. – Yeah, I’m allergic to peanut butter. So, I appreciate your choice here. (foreboding laughter) – And finally we have seed
three with 6,635 votes, Twix versus the 14th seed, 2,259 votes Almond Joy. – The word twix, is actually
a mash up of twin bix ’cause bix is what the
Brits call a biscuit. – Twix is not the first thing I go to when I’m raiding my kids’ candy. But it’s very early. – It’s solid though. – It’s nice ’cause it
keeps you eating chocolate but there’s enough of that cookie in there to feel like you’re kind of
breaking up the experience. – Right, so you can keep eating chocolate. – Yeah. – There’s no reason (chuckles) there’s no reason there’s good reason these
are really popular worldwide because they’re good. It’s a nice mixture, but. – You know, caramel can get too chewy and they’ve nailed the consistency. It’s creamy.
It’s a creamy caramel. – Yeah, it melts in your mouth. – Now, Almond Joy, I
know you like Almond Joy but it was the 14th seed in our worst Halloween candy tournament of last year. – I can’t help that people–
– That’s gotta tell you something.
– Don’t have good taste. I mean, look at this.
It’s perfect. It’s a Mounds with an almond on top of it. – With a growth on it. – I love-a the coconut. – We might need to
cauterize that, you know? Fun fact. – [Rhett] Give it to me. – They coat the almond in choclate and then they coat the whole
thing in chocolate again. So half of the almond
has double chocolate. – Double chocolate. – And that’s beautiful. The problem is that all
this white stuff is coconut. – That’s not a problem if you’re like me and you like coconut. I think Almond Joy is one of the most complete
candy bars ever to be made. – It’s actually not bad at all. And I don’t even like coconut. – I think it’s got a great name. I think the fact that it’s got what it makes you feel inside the name. It’s a little cue,
don’t forget to feel joy when you eat this almond. – Did I like this last year? Because I’m starting to like
it at least a little bit. – Coming around. – But far enough–
– It’s coming around. – No, I’m sticking with Twix. – Hold on a second. This isn’t even technically a Twix. They’re single packaged. The whole idea is this twin bix, dude. This isn’t twin bix anymore. This is just a bix. One bix. – It tastes wonderful. So I’m saying Twix. – I’m on team Almond Joy. – Well, I guess we need a tie breaker. – Well, thankfully we’ve
got the YouTuber of Yikes the High Priest of Horror movies and co-host of the Dead
Meat podcast, deadmeatjames. (crew applauds) – [Link] All right James, come on over. – He’s happy to be here. – Yeah, I am! Ooh, there’s a little chair. – Yeah, there you go.
– All right. – Hey man.
– Hey, how’s it going? – Welcome to the show.
– Thank you. – So we got Almond Joy and we’ve got Twix. Go ahead and break into those. We need your help. You know horror.
– Yes. – So maybe that means you know which one of these scares you the most. – You were right, this
kind of looks tumorous. – Exactly. You didn’t eat the pod. You gotta really get that. – Stopped short of the tumor. – You gotta really get that. – You a coconut man? – I don’t have anything against it. I feel like a lot of people just have this major grudge against it. – Right, right. Was that a horror reference? – No, but I could make one.
(Link gasps and moans) It’s not the taste, it’s the consistency. Oh god. – The Grudge, remember? – Yeah right. What are you experiencing
with the twin bix? Which is not technically
a twin, it’s just a bix. – I do appreciate that argument, actually. ‘Cause you know, if
feels like it’s missing some of it’s essence. – It’s lonely.
– Yeah, right. Where’s the other one? – It’s right there in a bucket. – You know what, there’s a lot of like what is this?
Cookie? In there. – [Link] That’s the bix. – That’s the bix, yeah, yeah. I think there might be a
little bit too much bix. – Too much bix! You heard it here! So you’re gonna go with Almond Joy, right? – I’m trying to make up my mind here. (Rhett laughs)
– But how does it taste? It tastes fabulous. – It tastes okay, but you know what? This does feel, the Almond
Joy kinda feels like I’m getting all my macros in at once. – Okay, you’re going with
the nutritionist angle. – I’m gonna be honest, just
in case people are watching I don’t really like candy that much. (Rhett laughs)
Or sweet things. But I am, you know– – Glad you’re here.
– I’m a spooky expert. I’m a spooky expert. – Yeah, yeah.
Hey. – You know what, think
of it at a blank slate for me to judge these. – That’s good.
– It sounds like you’re voting for Twix.
– No, absolutely not. I’m gonna go with the Almond Joy. – Almond Joy!
(Rhett applauds) Advances!
Yes! – Penguin-man, what a freakin’ upset. – [Rhett] Whoo! – [James] So many people
are mad at me right now. (Rhett laughs) – [Rhett] Thanks for being here, man. – [James] Thank you.
– Well, there you have it. The eight final candies that
will be facing off tomororw so be sure to come on back to see which one is the best of them all. – Thanks for liking,
commenting and subscribing. – Now you say you know what time it is. – You know what time it is. – Hi, I’m Gia! – Hi, I’m Marita. – And the Halloween weekend in Iceland! – [Group] And it’s time to
spin the Wheel of Mythicality. – Whoo! – There’s mythical beats in Iceland. – Of course. – Click the top link to watch
us play a scary VR game. Affected: The Manor in Good Mythical More. – And to find out where the Wheel of Mythicality’s gonna land. – [Rhett] You’ll fall in love
with our new autumn wear. Mythical and GMM long sleeve tees are available now at mythical.com.
– [Both] Come dig with us. (eerie music) Let’s talk about that. (lightning cracking) (howling) (spooky music) Good mythical morning. – And it’s still Bleak Creek week, y’all. Our book is out. Wherever you get books, you can get it. The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek. Go to bleakcreek.com to get all the links. Barnes & Noble’s got signed copies, Target’s got a special
edition with photos. – Yeah! – Bleak Creek it up,
share one with friends. Super proud of it, can’t
wait for you to read it. – Thank you. And happy Halloween! (Link howling) This year, we’re dressed as the
Grady Twins from The Shining because we love the
anti-bullying message they spread when they invited little
Danny to come play with them. Oh, and because they’re scary as crap! – Yeah, so come play with us on this hallowed day of spooks and scares, ’cause today we’re tackling
the scariest thing of them all: improper emotional compartmentalization. – In a way, yes, because we’re gonna be
digging through things that we buried deep down below
and hoped to never see again in a spooky six-foot-tall
box filled with dirt that we leave things again that we call The Spooky Six Foot Tall
Box Filled with Dirt That We Leave Things In!
(dramatic music) – We’ve done Coke, bleach, air, Guinness, salt, pool water, nail polish remover. – Mouthwash, champagne,
Shamrock Shakes and whiskey, a ’93 Infiniti G20, margarita,
and now it’s time for Left on a Shelf, Six Feet Under Edition. – We’re gonna be presented
with an item or several items and options for what
happened to those items when they were placed at the bottom of a six-foot-tall creation that is basically a vertical coffin. – Yes, this macabre monstrosity was filled with soil and earthworms and the items were left
trapped at the bottom of it for an entire month. – If we get three or more wrong, we will be forced to say silent. – Say silent?
– No, just stay silent– – Okay, we’ll stay silent. – Like the dead throughout
all of Good Mythical More. (woman screaming) We buried a whole gallon of milk for a month.
– Yeah we did. – Because that’s something
that we woulda done when we were eight, and now
it’s being presented under this. – Yes, it wasn’t in this wood until now. This is how we’re hiding the results. – That’s a coffin.
– It’s a coffin. – All right. According to the crew, did one
of these two things happen? Did the gallon of whole
milk buried six feet under, A, get smashed and smelly, like Lindsay Lohan
brunching at the landfill or, B, turn completely brown, like that avocado I spent $2.50 on only to get home to cut into
it and realize I wasted $2.50, even though I spent several minutes manhandling dozens of
avocados at the grocery store with growing desperation because
it shouldn’t be that hard to find a decent freaking
avocado in Southern California. And when I found that avocado, it looked just right on the
outside and felt almost perfect. And it’s just not fair. Why does something always happen to me? It’s like God hates me or something. Who wrote this? (crew laughing) That’s a tough life. – That was long, that was a long answer, but I think it’s either
turn completely brown or get smashed and smelly. – I hope it didn’t get smashed. – Well, I’m gonna go ahead and tell you– – But it’s a lotta weight.
– That’s a lotta pressure. – I don’t smell anything right now. – And there’s absolutely
no doubt in my mind that this got smelly. You can’t have–
– But did it get smashed? – Milk doesn’t turn brown
if you leave it out. – All right, A.
– It just, it just, it just stays white and nasty. – Get smashed and smelly. – Here we go. – Oh my goodness. – Uh-oh.
– It’s in there. That’s a lotta dirt. – Okay, I’m gonna set this
over on the side here. – Hold on, hold on. Let me use one of my, one of my trowels. There it is. Now, do you want me to just puncture it? – No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Oh, it’s smashed. And it’s not brown.
– I bet it’s smelly. You know what? I just so happen to have a
glass, if not two glasses. (crew laughing nervously) Why are you guys… Why are you guys looking concerned? Science! All right. So, pour it. (crew laughing) – Why don’t you just smell it? – Ugh!
(Rhett laughing) Actually… Ugh, smells like cottage cheese– – “Ugh; actually, ugh.” (laughing) – We gotta open this thing up. (Rhett retching) – That’s wrong; your
smeller doesn’t work, man! – Look at this thing. – [Rhett] It’s curdled. – [Link] Look at that. – [Crew Member] Oh, no, no! – [Link] It’s cottage cheese. – [Rhett] You can probably eat it. – It’s just cottage cheese. Cottage, please.
(both laughing) (woman screaming) – Green grapes buried for
a month six feet under. Did they, A, develop a thick fuzz like my Aunt Debbie’s upper lip or, B, turn gray and shrivel like my Aunt Debbie’s lower lip? – Oh, Aunt Debbie got some lip issues. – Turn gray and shrivel. Develop a thick fuzz. A month. – Yeah, ’cause I think there
would be like a moldy growth, but then would that be
replaced by gray shrivel? – I feel like it’s kinda
protected down there a little bit. – I think there’s earthworms in it and it’s a live and active site, so I think there’s some air getting to it. – I think it’s got a thick fuzz on it. – We’re going with A. – We’re on the same page. – [Link] Okay, let’s find out. – Going for some fuzz. Oh, we don’t know yet. – Okay. Gotta do some trowelage. (thudding) – (gasping) Oh, did you hear that?! Not too phony. – [Rhett] Oh, look. Look at that. – [Link] Oh my gosh. – [Both] It turned into a bolt! (crew laughing) – Where dem grapes at, Neil? – Oh, oh. – Oh, a worm! Ergh!
– Dead worm. – [Rhett] Where da grapes at? – [Link] Where my grapes at? Oh, there they are. Okay. Now, we gotta– Do we have a– – Oh, I think this is gray and shri– Well, hold on, I can’t tell. – [Link] No, it’s moldy. – Oh yeah, look at.
– Thick fuzz, man. – [Rhett] There’s a thick fuzz. Oh, look at that. Look at that thick fuzz. – I think we gotta de-dirt it. – De-dirt dem grapes! – De-dirt! – You know what? Look, look, look. – Oh, yes, yes, yes. – [Rhett] Archeologist. – [Link] Archeologist. – [Rhett] Archeology happening. – [Link] We’re in a different field today, brushing grapes.
– Hold on, Link. That’s mostly gray and shriveled. I think we were wrong, dude.
(buzzer buzzing) – Yep, we were wrong. This looks like my Aunt Linda’s toes. (Rhett laughing) (woman screaming) – Okay, for the rest of the rounds, we’re gonna be given a specific
result and we have to guess which of multiple items that applies to. – Okay, so we buried some packing peanuts and a roll of toilet paper, and the crew wants us to guess which item disappeared without a trace,
like The Hey Hey Show. – Oh, hey, hey!
– Ooh, that hurts. All right. Was it, A, the packing peanuts, B, the toilet paper, or, C, both? Disappeared. Now, interestingly enough, I did a science project
where I buried toilet paper. Me and Michael Jubie,
we buried toilet paper to test the biodegradability of it. – And? This could be relevant. (laughing) – We lasted a month, we dug
it up, and it was the same. – We know that these are made of some sort of organic material and you can eat them, right? I am assuming that these are
the edible packing peanuts. – Well, there’s only one way to find out. – There’s not much to them, but do they completely disappear? You know what, maybe
the things in the soil– (crunching) Maybe the things in
the soil consumed them. – Yeah. – But, you know what? You did your experiment in the ’90s– (crew laughing)
And… Toilet paper has changed quite a bit. – Did you know that was a packing peanut? – What? – (laughing) You actually scared me ’cause you played it off so well. I was like, “Dude, I just
fed you a packing peanut. “I just want you to know that ’cause–” – I’m gonna win an internet award. I’m gonna win a Webby
for that performance. (both laughing) – I don’t think either one disappeared, but that’s not an option, so I’m just gonna go with packing peanuts. – Yeah, why not? ‘Cause it completely
disappeared in my mouth. I’m saying this is still here. See; yep, I’m right. – You and Michael Jubie to the rescue. – You would’ve thought, but, see? Me and Michael J. And did that disa– Oh, look at that. But look at what you get. You can get the empty roll out– – You having trouble speaking? – And still have the toilet tissue here. You’re not gonna find anything because–
– Oh, look; worm. – [Link] We got that right. – These worms consumed it, man. They consumed it. There’s absolutely nothing in there. No packing peanuts whatsoever. So, if you wanna bury a dead body, if it’s made from packing
peanuts, you’ll be okay. (woman screaming) All right, so we got an
egg and some Doritos. Which item cracked under the pressure like cracked-under-the-pressure Brian? (crew laughing)
– Okay. – Just the egg, just the Doritos, or both? Or neither!
– No, neither, it says. I mean, how could– How could these– – Is there that much pressure?
– Not crack? Yeah, I don’t think these would crack. – And you just said, “How
could these not crack?” – That’s ’cause I just
said the wrong thing. – [Rhett] Oh, okay. – I didn’t say what I was thinking. – But I know that an egg–
(crunching) Will just rot, basically,
over the course of a month and then probably get soft and cracky. – Egg shells are notoriously strong, man. It’s a beautiful design. Like, the egg gods (glove
squeaking) really– (glove squeaking) Did a good thing. (glove squeaking)
– Neither. I don’t think either one of them cracked. – I think it’s the egg. Well, know what? I did mean what I said, neither. – What?! I don’t know who to believe anymore. – I’m not saying what I’m meaning, but I agree with what you’re saying. – So, neither of them cracked?
– Right. – Three, two, one. Be careful now, ’cause if
you crack one of them now, that don’t count. – Now, hold on; before you dig into that, let’s look over here. – [Rhett] Let’s find the Doritos. – ‘Cause there is an
issue with these Doritos. Oh, they are white. – [Rhett] Yeah, they didn’t crack though. They sogged. – Look at that. That’s–
– They lost their– – [Both] They lost their color. – They didn’t get sunlight. They quit doing photosynthesis. – They became ghost Doritos. – I gotta be careful. – [Link] Look at all of these Doritos! – Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah,
ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah! ♪ Ahh ♪ Look at that, Link. Take a bite outta that. Oh, no-no, no, don’t! (Link laughing) You gonna bust a rotten egg in my face? (both laughing) – Put it down here, let’s open it. C’mon man, let’s
Charlotte’s Web this thing. – Just tap it. – [Link] I bet it’s not rotten. (crew member groaning) It’s just an egg! – [Rhett] Smell it. – You want me to– You want me to what? – Take a good whiff. Oh god!
(Link gagging) (crew laughing) (woman screaming) – So, now we’ve got a Gordita Crunch and– – And a lamb’s brain, yum! – Which item completely disintegrated like my interest in watching
a Kevin Spacey movie? (both laughing) Was it the brain, the
Gordita Crunch, or both? Completely disintegrated.
– Well, okay. – Now, that’s mushy. – I feel like the fact
that we already had, we saw what happened with a Dorito, which is basically a tortilla, and we know that didn’t disintegrate. It just turned white. So, I think this one didn’t disintegrate. But I could totally see–
– We’ve already won. – I could totally see a brain
just completely disappearing, especially a lamb’s brain. They’re really dumb. – All right, I agree. I think it’s just the lamb’s
brain that disintegrated. The Gordita Crunch is– – Well, let’s check and see
if we’re right on the Gordita. Why don’t you open that up? – Okay. And I’m-a take this down. And you know what? I got a special sifter here. Let’s go panning for gold. – Sifter? – Take all this into there. – [Rhett] Don’t lose the crunch now. – Come on. – I think I see the Gordita;
it’s just floating at the top. – I know, but that, (stammering)
that feels good to do this. Let the sifter do it’s work. – It’s not doing much. (laughing) – Okay, this right here–
– There it is. – [Link] Appears to be a Gordita Crunch. – [Rhett] Oh, cheesy! – [Link] Look at the inside of that. – [Rhett] Let’s see what happened. (Link gagging) – Doesn’t smell good.
– You think that’s bad? Let’s see what happens with the brain. – Now, do you have a sifter too? Do you wanna use that? We can be sifter sisters. ♪ The siftin’ sisters ♪ – That’s us. – Thursday nights at
the Lowcountry Lounge! – If there’s a brain in
there, we’re gonna find it. Oh, is that it? – [Rhett] That’s a worm. ♪ Siftin’ sisters ♪ ♪ We been siftin’ all our lives ♪ ♪ Just lookin’ for gold nuggets
and some brains in a box ♪ ♪ Put some brains in the
dirt and sift it all day ♪ ♪ See what you find and
see if you’re okay ♪ ♪ ‘Cause we’re the siftin’ sisters, yay ♪ ♪ Sometimes the siftin’ sisters
get a little impatient ♪ ♪ And they start diggin’ in the dirt ♪ ♪ ‘Cause they don’t wanna wait for it ♪ (crew laughing) – Is that a, is that a– – I just rhymed patient with wait for it. – Is that a brain? – [Rhett] ‘Cause I’m a siftin’ sister. – No, that’s a dirt clog. – [Rhett] There’s nothing in here, man. That brain’s gone. – Did the brain disintegrate? Are we correct or can we
not just find the brain? – Hey, you gotta get
rid of a lamb’s body– – Whoa; take that. – And you don’t want the
memories to be intact, bury it. Oh gosh, that’s horrible!
– Yeah, that’s bad. But we don’t have to be
quiet in Good Mythical More, which I don’t know how
that impacts your ability to move over there, but– – And of course, we
also left Link’s glasses buried six feet under for a month. – So, that’s where those have been. – Thanks for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – You know what time it is. – Hi, I’m Liliana. – Hi, I’m Rebesca. – Hi, I’m Brian. – And we’re Rhett, Link, and Stevie– – From Puerto Rico. – And it’s time to– – [All] Spin the Wheel of Mythicality. – That is amazing.
– Wow! – They even had the desk! – It’s like looking in a mirror. (Link laughing) Click the top thing to find
out what happened to breakfast and other things buried
six feet under for a month at Good Mythical More.
– And to find out where the Wheel of
Mythicality’s gonna land. – [Rhett] Where’s it gonna land? – [Link] These mugs
won’t be around forever. Hurry up and grab the set at mythical.com.