(poppy electronic music) – Welcome to Let’s Talk About
That, the show about the show. I’m Stevie and my
bologna has a first name. It’s also Stevie. This week’s guests scream,
“Yeah,” and, “Someone’s in here,” respectively when they’re
using the restroom and someone knocks on the door. Please welcome Rhett and Link. (crew applauds) Uh, guys? You did that incorrectly this time. – Oh yeah yeah yeah.
– Incorrectly. – We start off and then come on. – Sorry.
– Yeah, okay. – Backwards.
– And here you are again. You wound up in the right space. Space, hello.
– Welcome. – Welcome to you as well. I have had an interesting morning. – Yes! Okay.
– Uh-huh. – So I’m happy that call
was a little bit later today because it accommodated the little drama that I had this morning.
– Yes. (chuckles) – So last night I was
getting out of the shower and I was drying my ears as you do which you’re not supposed
to do but I was Q-Tippin’. You know?
– Oh Stevie. – I bet you there’s an
Urban Dictionary term of what that means but I
literally was taking a Q-Tip– – You were cotton swabbing,
that might be worse. – Yeah no, well whatever,
you know what I’m saying. You know what I was doing.
– So you dry the inside of your ear with a cotton
swab when you get out of the shower.
– Hold on how’s the water get in there, you put your ear up to the– – Yeah I rinse both ears. – I mean I don’t even do
that and I dry everything. – No okay so well ’cause
it’s uncomfortable if you have water in your ears and then you just wanna get
out, so that’s what I did and this time, this is a
normal occurrence for me. I’m a 31 year old woman–
– They tell you not to do that by the way. – Who’s done this for 31 years. Probably not the first five or so. – First year.
– But then after– (Rhett sneezes) – Bless you.
– Sorry, I’m allergic to stories about Q-Tips. – But when I was done with that, I noticed that in my right ear, I felt like something was
in there and I also heard, not heard but heard-felt, I
don’t know what the word is. – Heard-felt.
– I heard-felt a little bit of cotton in my ear perhaps, you know like that type kinda noise. – Okay.
– And when you talk or do anything, your
ear moves a little bit and your ear canal moves a little bit and it still makes that crackly
noise and I was like oh God. – Did you fetch the Q-Tip
our of the trash basket and the end was just a plastic nub? – The end was fine, no no no no no. I’m talking like a little bit of cotton. – The teeniest bit–
– Like a little bit of cotton. So I–
– You got dollar store Q-Tips, didn’t you?
– I was like Cassie, you gotta look in my ear. You gotta see if there’s stuff in here. She’s like no, there’s
just ear canal stuff and I was like oh gosh, I’m
glad that I have someone who can look in my ear
canal but I’m sorry. And then I was like well
maybe if I sleep like on that side of my head–
– It’ll fall out. – Yeah.
– Man my ear, now my ear is itching so bad. – The way that gravity pulls cotton down. – Have you ever had anything in your ear? – Oh yeah.
– I just had my finger in it. – I had a jelly bean in
there for a couple weeks. – (chuckles) No but this
is my first time having anything in my ear and
you can, you can feel it. – Was it alive? – No, so, then–
– I had a gnat in there one time.
– I Googled home remedies or what you’re supposed to do and everything was like don’t– – Panic.
– Try and get it out because if you try and get it out, it’ll go further in and it could
cause a major ear infection and be horrible and so I was like ugh, please don’t tell me that I
have to go into urgent care as a grown-ass woman with a
tiny piece of cotton in her ear. – There’s a lot worse
places you get things stuck to go into urgent care though. – Mm-hmm.
– Oh got a mm-hmm. (chuckles) – We got a amen.
– We got a mm-hmm. – We got a amen from somebody back there. That’s next week, we can hear that story. – I think it was a groan actually. – I’m going so long with this story and really the ending is
not so great but anyway, so I go into urgent care
and I’m texting you guys this is taking a longer
time for me to go through of course than I thought. – Of course we’re dying laughing. – Yeah but and Link is like,
you need to take photos, take video, whatever you
can of this experience. – Well my visceral reaction when you said I’m at the urgent care
’cause I got a cotton swab stuck in my ear, my response
was let’s talk about that. (Stevie and Rhett chuckling) – So this is a photo
that Cassie took of me. – [Link] You’re like posing. – [Stevie] Mm, baby’s
got a hurt ear, you know. – Pullin’ on your ear like–
– Get it out is what I was trying to evoke with that. – Carol Burnett or something,
that’s her signature. She pulls on her ear. – Her urgent care doesn’t have any decor. – [Link] Got a lot of brochures though. – So then the–
– I like murals at my daycare. My daycare. (laughs) – [Stevie] Daycare. – They examine you at
your daycare like that? Like lay down on the
table, it’s time for your– – Hold on, I gotta go to my daycare. Y’all write this up. (chuckles) – So the nurse is curious if she can see what’s in my ear so she
uses the little thing, I don’t know what it’s called– – Ear-o-scope.
– And she’s like well I can’t see anything and I’m like oh God. I’m already questioning this situation. But then the P.A. comes in
and she looks in my ear. This is a photo of her looking in my ear but I think we had to blur her face ’cause I totally did not
tell her what was happening or why this was, I think
she was just like wow, they must really like to document
everything in their lives. – Yeah right, we’re picture takers. – And so she’s looking in, so– – [Link] She’s got a good jaw line. – She is, yes, she’s like,
it almost seems as if I’ve hired her to play the P.A. in this– – Quite a profile, shame
we have to blur it. – [Stevie] Yeah. (Rhett laughs) – [Link] What’s she doing
with her right hand? She’s about to cold cock you. – So okay, so she’s like I
don’t see cotton in there but I do see a big hair. – Oh ho ho ho!
– Ew! What?
– So I’m like what does this, what is she talking about? So she goes in with this
thing so she can see and then she has the
forceps tweezer things. So she pulls out Enzo’s freaking hair. – [Rhett] Oh I thought
it was yours. (chuckles) – Is in my ear.
– How long was it? So you were shovin’ it
in there with a Q-Tip. – I must have been. This dog’s hair gets in, it’s so– – It’s course.
– Enzo’s a Jack Russell if you haven’t seen
all his modeling photos on Mythical.store but it’s super course and it sheds and it gets into the bottom of my feet sometimes and
it feels like a needle is stabbing me in the foot and I’m like oh no it’s just a hair. He put his freakin’, he just took his paws and he put it right in my ear and then there was another one of
his hairs that she could see but she couldn’t reach so
then they had to ear gate my– – Two hairs.
– Ear canal so then, Cassie took
this video of the nurse doing this thing. – [Rhett] That’s a different nurse. (all chuckling) That’s not the same person. – [Woman] It’s got me thinking like crap. – Basically the syringe
is filled with water. – She’s squirting your ear full of water. – And they stick it as deep
as they can stick it in and then they just shove the
water in and they do it like a handful of times and then–
– What are you listening to– – Stuff just comes out.
– A Walkman? – But how gross and embarrassing is that? That’s what I did this morning
is I got my own dog’s hair taken out of my ear. – Well there’s probably more–
– I seem like a dirty, gross– – There’s more where that came from. – Dog hair person.
– What about the other ear? – No she looked in the other ear. I was like while I’m here might as well, you know what I’m saying? Do the left one. – Oh gosh.
– I’d get ’em to look everywhere at that point. – Yeah so there’s like,
next door to me was like, okay sir you’re ready for your X-ray and then there’s me just
like freaking with a dog hair in my ear.
– We got dog hair girl. – Two dog hairs, no you had two. – I’m like I gotta go,
I gotta get somewhere and it’s like you know. – But you know what you
did, you created a story for that woman today because– – Oh she loved–
– Anyone who’s friends with someone from urgent
care or ER it’s like– – She loved it.
– Tell me your stories. Tonight, she’s gonna go home. – This hipster chick.
– Oh you would not believe the girl that came in today. Now first of all, they
filmed the whole thing. – No they were telling, they were saying that they themselves
have pulled cock roaches out of people’s ears before.
– Yeah. – Like insane, I think that
any time someone’s like there’s something in my ear, I
think they get really excited to see what it could possibly be. – Right it could be anything. – That’s why everybody came in there. – Anyway, we’re here now, my
ear is free of Enzo’s hair and I’m not that gross
of a person so it’s fine. Everything’s fine.
– Good, good. – A few weeks ago we flew down to Austin to do some collaborations
with some Austin-based people. One of those Austin-based
teams was the The Slow Mo Guys. Were The Slow Mo Guys, was and were. – They still are.
– Yeah they currently are but anyway so we have a
special video that we shot for this very LTAT that we’re going to show you Mythical Beasts today. And as promised, last week on the show, our very own Mythical
Chef Josh got his tattoo that you guys designed–
– Yeah he did. – And we taped the whole thing, taped it, so we have that to show. But first, the GMM
rejected snack of the week. We did a 100 years of cake episode followed by cake fails and
more but they were just photos of cake fails that you were guessing at. Mm, mm, not today. Today we have our very own Josh cake fail that the three of us
don’t know what it is. I think it’s kinda big so– – Now when my Nana’s cakes
fell, it means they fall and they taste even better. – Yeah that’s a good thing. She ships ’em across the country. – This comes in a cake coffin.
– Oh my gosh. – This is like a really
punk looking cake enclosure. – What is it, let’s see it. – Okay. I also don’t know what it is. Uh-oh, it’s stickin’ the the– – [Rhett] You’ve created a problem. – [Link] What was this supposed to be? – [Stevie] I actually feel
that that’s really good if it’s what I think it is. Can you guys see it?
– Oh it’s Starry Night. – Yeah, is it, Josh? – [Josh] Yeah so it was Davin’s
birthday and he asked me to paint him Starry Night on
a cake and I said sure man, that’d be great, but I
often bake in flip flops and I tripped over my new
anti-fatigue mat in the kitchen and went forearm first right into the, what is it like a tower? – [Stevie] Well I thought
it was your forearm. – [Link] You landed in your cake? – ‘Cause I was questioning what appendage went right into the cake. – So what was the reason
for the Starry Night cake before you fell into it? – [Josh] Davin’s birthday. – [Rhett] Oh wow. You do custom cakes for birthdays? – [Stevie] Wow. Are we supposed to eat this though? – [Josh] Yeah only Van Gogh paintings. – Okay good. – Did your forearm only
touch that one indented spot? – Oh we’re just gonna eat it straight. – (chuckles) Yeah.
– Yeah. – Give me a, can you give me a fork full? – [Stevie] Oh oh right next
to the, right, all righty. – Now Josh you know what I’m talking about when a cake falls and it’s
like real mushy inside and raw? – [Stevie] I just had a bite. – I like black ice–
– That I did not like. – I don’t know what it
is but my Nana will make a pound cake and then she’ll
say don’t stomp around because it’ll make my cake fall. And it will–
– Is this like an angel food cake?
– It’ll implode. And it’ll be kinda raw inside
and that’s the best, man. – Mm.
– That’s a good cake, Josh. You should fall into cakes more often. – Did you make this
cake or did you just do the icing part of this cake? – [Josh] Pass, I pass on the question. (laughs) – If Josh can’t take full
credit, he’ll just pass. – [Stevie] Mm-hmm. – That’s a classic birthday cake taste. Very much, very nostalgic for me. – Mm-hmm.
– My mom used to do that. – It’s very good.
– She’d go to the store and buy it for me.
– This is great. This is a great cake that you made, Josh. – Get a little bit of the forearm part. – So we went down to
Austin a few weeks ago. Now when this episode is out,
you’re going to be in D.C. Right now you’re in L.A. – That’s the capital of
the country you know. – Oh no, the blue got
you, did the blue get me? – No–
– Put it in your ear. – [Stevie] Blue got you
a little. (chuckles) All morning I’ve been touching my ear. – What do I do now?
– You just leave the blue. It’ll be fine. But I also wanted to talk
about where you will be this summer which we won’t
have to do any this time but just as a reminder, if you
haven’t gotten your tickets at RhettAndLinkLive.com, for
Rhett and Link’s summer tour which is not the Tour of Mythicality. It is a concert, it is a musical concert. – It’s all music all the time, y’all. – Go to RhettAndLink.com. Don’t go there, I mean I
guess you could go there. – You’ll eventually get there.
– RhettAndLinkLive.com. Poughkeepsie, New York,
Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Milwaukee, Indianapolis. Detroit, Omaha, Minneapolis. Similar in the apolises. – Yeah yeah we only go to the apolises. – So go to those apolises,
but back to Austin. We went to visit Gavin who just recently got his green card, congratulations Gavin. – Congrats, Gavin.
(crew clapping) – And Dan flew in,
specially, specially for us. And we shot a little something that we’re gonna show you now. – So Gavin, Dan, last
time we were in Texas, we tried Whataburger. – And what did you think? – A little lackluster in our opinion. We pretty much panned it on Instagram. – Yeah we did.
– Wow. I never had it, isn’t it
like a big thing here? – Well that’s our understanding. – Texans bloody love it actually. – Well that’s the reason, yeah. – Talking it up.
– They build it up so much that I think it just
didn’t live up to the hype. – Maybe if everyone
had said it was rubbish in the first place, you’d
be like this is amazing. – Yeah right.
– I immediately went and got some and my takeaway is that it was incredibly medium. – Oh you got a bug on your face. – You got a bug in your–
(laughing) – Kill it.
– I didn’t wanna say anything. – Was that there the whole time? – He was literally on your stache like– – What a bug. What a bugger. All right so we’re gonna give
Whataburger another shot. – Before you bite it
though, can’t we just, i just want to acknowledge
that it looks like you have deodorant stains
on your Slow Mo Guy shirt but I think it’s just paint. I was doing that for your own benefit. – I’ll be honest, I found that
on the floor over there so– – It could be anything. – Just trying to rep your merch, guys. – We appreciate it. – So we’re gonna give
Whataburger another shot. Wanna take a bite? – Doesn’t seem right. – It doesn’t seem right. I feel like this is
much too sped up there. – I think we need some slow motion. (dramatic music) (low moaning) (dramatic music) – So what’d you guys think? – Eh, it’s okay. – Eh, slow mo fast food. – We made it look even
grosser than it was I think, but that’s not to say it wasn’t gross. – I mean in real life it was
actually really, really gross. It was more gross than that. – I honestly feel like
we have given Whataburger two really good shots at impressing us and it just hasn’t done it.
– Yeah. – I gotta say, growing up
though, ’cause I’m originally from south Texas, you know,
I did like Whataburger, but then when we went and did that, I will no longer be
eating any Whataburger. – That may be more our fault though. – Yeah that’s true, we
actually have a extended cut kind of behind-the-scenes version of this, so if you go over to the Mythical Society, you can see that.
– Oh cool. – And makes it even grosser. So get ready.
– Good, if you’re into that kinda thing. – And also check out
The Slow Mo Guys’ newest YouTube Original Planet Slow Mo over on their YouTube channel. The link’s in the description.
– I watched the tank episode just a few days ago. Really good stuff, you should watch it. – Pretty good?
– Yeah. – Really slow? – Really slow.
– So slow. – The science, it’s all really cool. I love what they’re doing. Props.
– Mm-hmm. And then next week on the show– – Props, hey hey, don’t make that oh you just gave props face. – You give heart beat props. – Heart beat props to The Slow Mo Guys. – You know what heart props means? – I love ’em. – No, it’s props to people
who are still alive. – Oh.
– I never close my mouth since I opened it to say a sentence before and I’ve just been opening
my mouth this whole time. – Okay.
– Next week on the show we have another collab that we did down when we were in Austin. I don’t know who you think it is, but it’s Rooster Teeth. – (chuckles) Oh gosh. – And so yeah, so you
guys reached the 30K mark for No Kid Hungry. Last week we shaved all of Josh. – Well I mean no.
– And this week– – I mean parts.
– We are giving Josh a tattoo. We gave him a tattoo,
you’re seeing it now. – Still getting used to his head. – Yeah, it’s good work. Nice and round. Yeah, we rounded your edges. – This next step– – You really wanna get a tattoo? – This is permanent, man. You thought about this? – $30,000, that’s great and I applaud you for what you’ve done, I’m very excited that No Kid Hungry benefits in this way but do you want a tattoo, really? – I mean I got a tattoo
artist named Captain Dave on standby right now
waiting for your design, to put it on my back. – And you want us to design the tattoo. – That was what was the deal–
– You can change your mind. – No I’m ready. – Maybe the best way to
start is if you could tell us some stuff about yourself
that we can then incorporate into the tattoo. – I’ve been going to the gym a lot lately. – Really?
– Into physical fitness. What do you mean really? – You can’t tell? – Well, yeah I can tell, you’re
looking buff, man, I guess. – Thanks. – I mean you got a spork tattoo. How long have you had that? – I’ve had this for about
three and a half years now. – That’s smart, I don’t
want this to look stupid. Well too stupid. I want it to look a little stupid. – Appropriately stupid.
– Appropriately stupid. – I kinda ran out of room.
– Okay, that’s a good sign. – But this is more of
an aspirational thing. – Whoa.
– Gosh. – That’s me. I am five nipples on four pecs. – And you’re on your knees,
which turn into yams. – I don’t hate it. I think it’s a great jumping off point. – What else to add to that? Something else about you. – I mean a lot of people get
their alma mater tattooed on them, I went to UCLA,
I’m really proud of that. – [Link] Let me try this. – [Rhett] Interesting. – How ’bout that? – Oh.
– Right across the bottom. – Okay, that’s some sort of a skeleton with elastic arms. – That’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. – That’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
– Famous UCLA alumnus. – With a skyhook, signature move. – That’s a skyhook, oh
my, that’s actually– – Right and he’s forming an A somehow. – I will say that I love the idea. I hate the execution. – So if you don’t like
what we’ve done so far, what’s something else about
you that we could go on? – I mean I really like my mustache. That was kinda a part of this thing so maybe that could come into play. I thought that was Tom Sellex. – When I was a kid I thought
that’s what his name was. – Okay, I like that
we’re bringing your story into my body.
– Right. – Yeah, I think we may need
to move away from faces. – What else are you into? – I’ve been driving up to Pacoima a lot to eat a lot of goat.
– Goat. You’ve been eating goat. – Lots of it. – Well a young goat is known as a kid and the charity is No Kid Hungry. – Ooh, and if you put glasses on a goat, he could be the goat. Okay Josh. Take that to your captain
and we will be here anxiously awaiting the final results. – Will do. (rock music) – So where we putting this today? – So we are putting this
right on the lower back. – Oh interesting.
– So right above the pant line so it’s kind of like
looking above my butt crack out into the distance into the future. – Interesting, we can do that. Okay so this is gonna be a little cold. – [Josh] Ooh. You got soft hands though.
– It’s the gloves. – [Josh] Oh you got soft gloves. – All right so we’re just
gonna shave your back here. – This is the second time
in a week that another man has shaved me down. This is the third man to
shave me down in a week. – I’m gonna have actually turn
this way just a little bit. Thinkin’ that lookin’
pretty good right there. – Yeah I think the placement’s terrific. – Okay I’m gonna have you
go ahead and lay down here. – Cool, as far as painfulness goes, where does the lower back rank? – Well most of the back
actually does hurt a little bit. – Okay. – Lower back, you gotta think about it. This is where all your
nerves start to come together from your body and go up your spine. – Great. (Dave chuckles) Perfect. – [Dave] But I think you’ll be okay. I do have a nice, tender, light hand. – Oh. That’s great. (buzzing) I’m not putting this on for camera. I’m a genuinely easily frightened person. Can I hold Davin’s hand if I need to? – Yes you can. All you gotta do is relax
and remember to breathe. (buzzing) – They say a man getting
a lower back tattoo is the equivalent pain
of a woman giving birth. – I don’t believe that’s true. – Next year I’m gonna
get my nipples pierced for the Susan G. Komen
Breast Cancer Foundation. I got weird shaped nipples
that the sizes changes with the weather. I knew someone with inverted nipples once. Can’t pierce those. I don’t realize I was a
nervous rambler until today. Is it worth it? I’ve been wanting to get a
new tattoo for a long time. We’re getting that, I
assume I’m not paying for this out of pocket. I am paying for this out of pocket? I feel like a lot of the
fans that look up to me as the manliest person on GMM. I don’t wanna give up that facade. I am in pain, ee. How many babies have you tattooed? – [Dave] I have not tattooed
anybody the age of 18. – If a seven year old walks in here with a tattoo and has good, hard cash, you should give it to him. A good way to find out
you’re a nervous rambler is to get an hour long
tattoo and have someone put a camera in your face
and then you realize that if you keep talking fast, then
you don’t feel pain as much but you still feel pain. The term super glue is kind of a misnomer ’cause it’s really just
two kinds of poppies and I know if people keep going down there and keep manipulating it. People say that corn
tortillas are more authentic than flour tortillas, like first, what do you mean by authentic? Do corn tortillas pre-date
the Hispanic invasion by like 10,000 years, sure, but like, ravioli cereal isn’t cold soup. A hot dog is a sandwich, I
think a taco’s a sandwich. I was talking to this professor
of Cartesian metaphysics, right, about whether or not
a hot dog was a sandwich and he said a hot dog is a sandwich. (groans) – [Dave] Smeared ink off. – Scrubs me down like
a dolphin at SeaWorld. – Boom. – What happened? – I just said boom.
– Oh. I thought you said whoa! – So I hope you like penises. – I love ’em! (laughing) Oh my God. That is actually really incredible. This is so much better
than I was even expecting. I think you could have
made the crotch bulge at least three times
bigger but other than that, this is really, I’m super stoked. My girlfriend’s still gonna hate me but you know what, my body,
my choice, this is me. You guys ready to see it? – There he is. Now listen, we were worried
sick about you, man. We couldn’t eat. – Right.
– We couldn’t– – No appetite. – Couldn’t do anything. – You look like you’re doing just fine. I skipped lunch to go get
a tattoo but here it is. – All right.
(drum rolls) He did it! (laughing) – Oh wow.
– He did it! – [Josh] I still haven’t really seen it ’cause I can’t see my own lower back. – [Link] Well don’t touch it. – I’m just making sure it’s
not like magic marker, man. – [Link] Bend over a little bit. Oh yes.
– That’s the angle? That’s what you’re looking for? – [Link] We got some good
light on it, now No Kid Hungry. Yeah.
– Wow, I mean it’s– – [Link] That’s a $30,000 tattoo. – It didn’t have to be that big. – [Josh] I wanted it that big. That’s how much this meant
to be and that’s how good your drawing was, frankly. – Well, we got Matthew to re-draw it. – Yeah, ha! (laughing) I love it, man! – [Rhett] We weren’t gonna
do that to ya. (laughs) – Josh, I just gotta say, man. You went all the way. Raised $30,000 for No Kid Hungry and you have it immortalized on your back. – I’m gonna give you a
fist bump on your fist that’s on your butt. – [Josh] Thank you, that
was a nice, intimate moment. (Link bleats)
Oh, double. (Link bleats) – That’s a sheep. – So look at that, there you go. – All in a day’s work.
– Yeah. So proud.
– Who knew? – So proud of us. – We’re so proud of us. Mostly us. (chuckles) Josh and everyone who
donated 30 grand plus. That was amazing.
– That’s a lot. That’s a whole lot of money and it’s going to a good place. – Yeah, thank you guys.
– And also a good tattoo. – And thank you Josh for, wow, taking one for the team.
– Submitting yourself to that. – You’ll never forget it.
– And also, thank you for liking,
commenting and subscribing. – Oh, no we don’t, nope, no. – [Stevie] I thought we
were thanking for things. – We don’t want them to
do any of those things. – Fine, don’t.
– For this show. (chuckles) – Don’t, but now it’s
time for our final line. – Okay. – [Together] Until next LTAT, keep on BYMB. – L-F-O-S-H. I said an L in there. I don’t know why. (poppy electronic music)