hey guys we are back this time to check out finally to check out the video for the Kings on world of dance for 2019 and I'm Nathan Giordani yeah we've had a lot of requests to check out the Kings on world of dance I know we're a little late to the game sorry about that just with everything else we're gonna go in and check out two of their routines this evening and the first one can't see exactly what it's called the second one is going to be for their mihari routine but the first one just says the Kings blow the judges away with an incredible dance so we're gonna go and check that one out then we'll go back so before we do that I thank you guys so much for all the support you've been given the channel very awesome thank you guys so much and if you are having to be new if you can hit that like and subscribe that'd be sweet and just let us know in the comments below if you've got stuff you'd like us to check out and we'll just keep getting that board going so like I said I do forget to say it but I don't usually forget to actually put it on there so pretty look right here alright so without be more tomfoolery let's go ahead and check out the first video for the Kings [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] just like there's all right can i guide you say something that one where they were jumping up and the guy was running up there that was probably the cruelest dance that is just the coolest one of the cool things I think I've ever seen why that was awesome it was so seamless the way they did that oh my god you know as funny as you keep hear people saying like oh you're going to get blown away by that and you know I'm not a big person I gotta follow the world the dance I think we see it all that stuff when you hear stuff like that you're like okay yeah it might look pretty cool but but Wow no y'all are right that blew me away Oh jumping all over each other that was amazing that was a super short one dude wait a minute 22 the next one we got is for four minutes and nine seconds so yeah but they got their point across in the minute and 22 seconds uh if all they did was the running up the guys jumping in the air that would have done it for me very very anxious to get to the next one so let's go ahead check out the second video for their on Maserati mihari routine [Applause] [Applause] Oh Oh [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] oh they are yeah that was pretty good too I'll say the first one we watch though for me better yeah yeah that one was so amazing the how do you do that with your legs resting on your arms no and then he completely pulls it out stepping on him and jumping off he was in that position like this I don't see it when you send that warning you really that looks fun I want can we have like those guys but they tossed me in the air yeah but what we understand there's there's a bunch more of their routines for the world to dance for us to check out that was yeah you guys aren't you're not joking that blew us away that was that was amazing I especially liked them the second one the humor they get at me no I'll tell you what before we started filming what what I even looked at I was like what do you do because you sit back in that couch like doing like some weird face leading up towards the thing yeah that's because of me anyway thanks guys for all the support in the channel we will definitely check out some more of their stuff if you guys want us to do other videos then you know stuff put the links to some of their other dance routines would be cool to check those out too but yeah thank you guys so much for all the support you've been given the channel and yeah we're still constantly amazed at the support everything you guys have been given I know the whole time he's been staring at me he he can't help himself with Google at me I guess for some reason
– Are these dances solid gold? – Or super old? – Let's talk about that. – Good mythical morning. – And please welcome, from
World of Dance on NBC, our new friend Derek Hough. – What's up everybody? Yes, yes, yes. – We've done it, Derek. – We did it. – We got you on the show.
– Welcome to the show, man. Okay, so, on your show World of Dance, you get to sit up in your
ivory tower and dance, well, not dance, judge
some of the best dancers in the world, but today,
we want to ask you to do the dancing. – Okay. – Specifically some dances
from the past 100 years, quite a time span. – That's very broad, okay. All right, okay. – You up for it? – I'm up for it. – Okay, all right. – All right, here's what's gonna happen. You're gonna do dances, and
then Rhett and I are gonna try to guess which decade the
dance you're performing was most popular in, and
to indicate our answers, we're going to be throwing darts at you. – Oh. – No, Link, that's a different game. That's the dart game. This is the shuffleboard game. – Oh, right, we're gonna
be shuffleboarding. It's time for Year Eye With Two Straight Guys, Dance Edition. – Okay, the shuffleboard
deck of decades is in place. – There it is. – In each round, Derek is going
to perform a specific dance from the last 100 years, and
then we're going to attempt to skitter our dancing figurines down to the correct decade. – The winner of the game is going to get to cut a rug with Derek Hough in Good Mythical More,
which is a much better prize than winning a million dollars like they do on World of Dance. (upbeat electronic music) – [Rhett and Link] Round one. – All right, Derek, take it away. – All right, here we go. – [Rhett] Oh, oh, what? – [Link] What? – Oh, oh, mm, uh, okay. Uh, yep, yep, yep. (crew laughs) (Rhett laughs) – Flourish. – Nice. – What? – I'm already impressed. – Did you already know that dance, or did you learn that just to do that? – I just saw it on a
screen, and there it is. – That was a lot of pieces. – There's a lot of moments in there. – This is what he does, Link. – There it is. You picked it up, brother.
– Then there's other stuff, and then there was the spin. – The spin was just added 'cause we needed a definite ending. – Well, that was it. – We gotta figure out
what decade this is from, and Link, since you won this last time, you should go first. – Okay, okay. Where's my stick? Here it is. Oh, god. I see that there's some recent years. There's a 2010, a 2000, but
this is nothing I've ever seen. This is, like, vaudevillian. – Hmm. – What decade is that? The 30 is right on this side of the 20, so I'm gonna split the difference. I'm-a go with 1925. Slow down! No, too hard! – Right into the trough of sequins. Okay, first of all, Link, you're 100% correct in
your guess, I think. I mean, it's either the
'20s or the '30s, right? All I have to do is just not
go into the sequin trough. Here we go. – Oh, he went hard too. (groans) – [Rhett] Okay, that
seems like a safe play. – Okay, Derek, so what decade
was that dance most popular? – That dance is called the Black Bottom. – Okay. – It was popular in the 1920s. (Rhett cheers)
(Link groans) You got it. – All right, Rhett. – [Derek] You got it. – You got the point.
– I did. – [Rhett and Link] Round two. – All right, Derek,
time for the next dance. – [Derek] Mm-hm. – Oh, you brought a partner. – Yes. Hello, Bethany. – Hello, Derek. – All right. (Rhett laughs) – Bethany is not just
doing Mythical duties. She's also doing some sort of dance.
– Dancing duties. Yes. – Go for it. – You ready? – I'm ready.
– Let's go, B. Here we go. Get it, get it. Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. In, out, cross. – Okay. (crew claps) – All right, way to go, Bethany. – Yeah, without Bethany,
I wouldn't have known what was going on. (all laugh) – That one, we needed the partner dance for that one, for sure. – I feel like this is in life version of expectations and reality. (Rhett laughs) – You just created a meme. – You both did great. – Okay, I'm in the lead,
so I'm gonna go first. This is my guy. Now, this really, in my mind, had a very '90s feel, right? It felt like the kind of thing you would see a boy band back when, while we were in high
school, and of course, we were really into boy bands back then. – They were lined up,
they were both facing the same direction, you could see, it could've been more of them. – Okay, so I'm going for 1990. Let's see what happens. (Link groans) (shouts) – That was good. – [Derek] Not bad. – Here's the thing, Rhett. I mean, the boy band craze
is not limited to the '90s. – Right, this could be 2000. – It could be 2000. – Could be. – Look, she's getting better at it the more she does it. (Bethany laughs) – By the way, you know what they say. – It was a low bar to begin with though. – Now, what I'm gonna do, Derek, unless you advise otherwise, I'm going to knock Rhett's
dancer into the sequins while then asserting my control
of 1990 and the year 2000. – You know how I feel about that? Like this. (Rhett laughs) – [Link] All right. He says go for it. – Let's do it. – Don't miss him. Don't miss me. (all shout) – It's anybody's point now. – We might have to bring
the measuring tape in. – That did not work how I wanted it to. All right, what's the name of this dance, and what decade was it popular in? – The name of this dance is the Chicken Noodle
Soup, Chicken Noodle Soup, and it was popular in 2006. (Rhett and Link groan) – [Link] 2000. – Okay, that's pretty close. You want to do a measurement? – You're a little closer,
I'll give you the point. – I'll take the point. – [Rhett and Link] Round three. – Okay, Derek, no partner this time? – No partner. – Let's see it. – All right. – Oh yeah. Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh. (man laughs) – The face is very
important, by the way, here. – Okay. Yeah. – Uh-huh. (crew claps) – What's up? – Wow. – Okay. – Let's just see the face again. Okay, yeah. That's the face of a certain decade. – [Derek] Just cool, it's cool. – Now, Link, I remember this very well. I remember your mom, Sue, taking us to the Dean Dome to see the man who invented this dance,
and you know what, Vanilla Ice was supposed to open up for MC Hammer that night, and he bailed. I'll never forgive you, Robert Van Winkle. (crew laughs) This has got the '90s
written all over it, right? Unless this was invented in the '80s, and then somehow made it into the '90s, but that was the Hammer. – MC Hammer, at the time. – Please, Hammer, don't hurt him. – He's off the board. I do agree that this is 1990. – Yeah. (laughs) – How'd it happen? – Okay, all right, wait. You know what, he got past the line. – No, I don't– Come on. – Okay, Derek, tell us about that dance. – All right, the decade is the 1990s. (Rhett shouts) That's right, and it was the
Bartman from The Simpsons. – Really? – Yeah. You guys want to see it? – Yeah.
– Yes. – All right, show a clip. ♪ Do the Bartman ♪ ♪ Now here's a dance beat
that you can't deny ♪ – Turn it down. – Do the Bartman. – [Derek] Mm. – Man, I did the Homer. (Rhett laughs) – Yeah, you did. – I just whiffed. – You want to measure it? – No. – [Rhett and Link] Round four. – Okay, Derek, you have a partner again. It's Ellie. – Oh, hi. – Ellie. – [Link] Hello, Ellie. – What's up? I am so confident. (Rhett and Link laugh) – That's what I like to hear. – Derek, are you confident? – Yes. – Great, hit the lights. – You ready? – I'm ready, okay. – Five, six, seven, go. (sings) To the right, seven, go. (sings) Yeah, you like that? Oh. – I'm having a panic attack. (Rhett laughs) I'm back on. – Yeah. (crew claps) – Crushed it. – All right. – Thank you so much. – Now, I'm told that
this is worth two points. – Oh, yes. – There's still hope for
me to start to catch up. – Last two rounds. – What you thinking, Rhett? – I'm thinking disco. I'm thinking you guys look like a couple of disco machines. There was the dance, and
the bimp, and the psh, so I'm gonna go 1970. (laughs) Yeah! – [Derek] Wait a sec. – [Link] That was a good roll. – You want any pointers? – Well, here's the thing. – It's all in the elbow. – I wasn't really seeing disco. – Oh, okay. – I was seeing, like,
Motown backup dancer. – Wow, huge compliment. – Yeah, okay, you're not wrong. It could be the '60s, but you gotta get around
me to get to the '60s – If you're right, I gotta bust you off the '70s anyway to
have a chance in this game. – What if you bust me onto
'60s and '60s is right? – I'm not usually right. (both laugh) – What's your plan? – I'm gonna bust you out, and then I'm gonna stay on 1990 in order to split the '60s and '70s. – There's a lot of steps to this. (laughs) Okay, I'm excited to see it. – Okay, here we go. Oh, I broke my– – [Derek] So aggressive. – [Rhett] I'm pretty sure I'm closer to all the possible answers.
– I broke my man. Oh, gosh.
– Okay, what decade is this dance form? – I don't know we're just
nervously dancing over here now. It's actually the Watusi, 1960s. – 1960. – You were right, but you were wrong. – 1960s. You're still closer, you jerk. – Okay, so I've got five points now, Link. – Dang it. (upbeat electronic music) – [Rhett and Link] Round five. – Okay, Link, we can make this last round worth six points, if you want. – No, this is just for pride. You get to cut a rug with Derek in More. Derek, oh, and Davin. Are you guys ready? – I'm not. (Rhett and Link laugh) – Perfect. – [Derek] It's gonna be great. – All right, take it away, boys. – Let's go brother, come on. – All right, here we go. (crew laughs) – Oh, breaking his arm. – This way. There we go.
– Yeah, there it is. – Here, this way. This way. – Are they wrestling or dancing? (crew claps) I thought, at any moment, you were gonna break his arm off. – Almost, almost. – Just trying to get him to do a turn. – It is pretty fun, actually. Hold on, like this. Yep, there it is. There it is. That's it. – There you go, Davin. Davin, how do you feel? – Not great, not gonna go on
World of Dance anytime soon. (Rhett laughs) – Okay, well, here's what I'm thinking. Ironically, this reminds
me of the early 2000s when all those college students
got into swing dancing. Everywhere you went, every function for, like, a few years was a swing dance party. I was like, "Why are we doing this? "As a culture, what has happened to us?" – All right, so you're going for 2000. – No, but I think that it was originally, I guess, from the '30s, '50s? '30s. Doesn't matter, right? I mean, why am I delaying? I'm going for the '30s. (laughs) – [Link] You've really– – Wow, I've found my gift. – You really got the timing down. You're wrong though. – Oh, okay, it is the '90s. – This is 1950. – You think swing dancing was in the '50s? Okay. – I don't think, that
wasn't swing dancing. That was just the sock hop, man. (Derek laughs) All right, this is for pride alone. If I get on the triangle,
that's the pride that I need. – Yeah, right, get on the triangle, Link. – All right, 1960, whatever. – Okay, so what was that dance called, and what decade is it from? – That dance is the Jitterbug. Close though, sock hop, Jitterbug. – Which is? – 1930s. – Oh, you're right. All right, you earned that one, Rhett. – I'm ready to cut that rug with Derek. – Congratulations, you did a great job. So did you guys. – Good job, bud. – Thanks. – [Link] Thank you, Derek. – I messed that up too. (Rhett and Link laugh) – You know what, you guys
can keep practicing that. In the meantime, make
sure you check out Derek in World of Dance, which is coming back for its third season on NBC very soon. – Thank you for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – Now you say, "You know what time it is." – You know what time it is. – Hi, my name is Patrick. – Hi, my name is Unique. – [Both] We're in here
in Berkeley, California, and it's time to spin
the wheel of mythicality. – Wow. – What grade do you give them? – I mean, for the intro? That was a 10 out of 10 for sure. – Click the top link to watch us play Good Dad Dancer or Bad Dad Dancer. – Good Dad Dancer. – In Good Mythical More. – And to find out where the wheel of
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