The Try Guys Make Pop-Tarts Without A Recipe
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Roseanna being so confused and disappointed in herself for liking Eugene’s poptarts is hilarious to me 😂😂😂
Like every episode 😅
the line ‘you overworked your dough a little bit’ playing directly over the top of zach literally dancing while a blender mashes his dough around is a truly masterful piece of editing
Zach being “no longer the 4th best” is comedy GOLD
Oh I just got it 😂😂
I fucking burst into laughter the moment I read it. Editors are on point this episode with their shots.
I was searching the comments to find somebody else who appreciated that joke 😂
OMG, it took me the whole video to get the joke! 🤦🏻♀️😄
The elephant is a clear upgrade for the channel, it’s cuter, has better dance moves, and even when losing the competition…it had better sportsmanship. ❤️
Never heard of an 800lb elephant, but the combination was brilliant. We know what an elephant in the room is and the meaning for an 800lb gorilla is “a person or organization so powerful that it can act without regard to the rights of others or the law” seriously freaking brilliant! I love these guys and the whole team. With all the shit going on they are obviously annoyed and upset, but can try to laugh about it in some way.
The 800 lb gorilla and the elephant in the room had a baby and named it Ned.
Plus he’s eating the banana at the end?😂
Not sure this is relevant but there’s also the New Girl convo between Jess Nick and Regan about an 800 lbs elephant in the room because Nick mixed up the two sayings
Thank you for teaching me the relevance of the 800 pounds sign…
This comment needs more attention, it is spot on and brilliant.
The editors really blew me away and the added edits at the end with the elephant and Keith’s dough dad dancing had me dying with laughter, you guys got this and keep up the good work.
I’m sorry, but is nobody going to mention the way Keith called Rachel “mom”? 😂😂❤️❤️
I love that she’s the mom of the try guys, it’s so cute. I absolutely adore Rachel she seems like such an amazing human.
They’ve been calling her mom for years because she’s always there cleaning up their messes. It’s super sweet and endearing.
riggght? cant. believe I have to scroll down so much to find this comment!
I think that so sweet 💙called her Mom. Eugene called her Mom in the cupping video. You might want to check out Second Try’s video, Rachel being the Mom of the Try Guys.
Ned as the elephant in the room, the “I love bad ideas” T shirt being left in, the creepy dough face on top of the dancing body, him being covered by the pole that so many fans thought was intentional in the broadway video, the elephant voiceover and the pop tarts as circus peanuts, the title saying “everything is fine, a totally normal season”…top tier editing and humor, literally some of the funniest stuff I have ever seen and I’m here for it lol
How did I not even notice the huge pole 😂
Is the guy with white hair who was sweeping on the elephant a famous person?
@velvet :3 You can see him a lot during the Keith judging segment. The black T–shirt over Keiths shoulder.
The fact that he was eating a banana at the end, KILLED ME
Where was the bad idea T-shirt?
I wonder if there will be an episode where Keith’s dad comes in for the tasting and either confirms or denies if the thing Keith made is indeed Daddy’s favorite, that’s what I want
Without a recipe: daddy’s favorite. There is one judge, daddy. Each guy will try to make any confection to compete to be daddy’s favorite
david h: i don’t actually like pecans :/
This needs more likes.
Eugene’s JFK “Ask not what your pop-tart can do for you, but what you can do for your pop-tart” cracked me up.
It was so good