( rooster crows )( lion roars )Welcome to
“Good Mythical More.” Man, we’re kicking off
a new year. – Phew.
– This is where we find a very lonely hashtag
on Instagram then we add to it. This one is #TotallyNotABaby.We found that one
and now let’s add to it.#TotallyNotABaby. Post your photo that
makes sense with that hashtag so it’s not lonely anymore. “Totally Not a Baby.” “Totally Not a Baby.” What things have I thought were
babies and then they weren’t? All right, so let’s
take the wheel this way so we can bring in
the dream team. It’s what Josh said– that’s what Josh said
he wanted them
to be introduced as. Since when does that happen?
Is that a 2018 thing? When we have mythical
crew members come in, they give themselves a name? “Dream Team”
or “Mod Squad.” – You know.
– Oh, my. Whichever. This is a… this is a runner-up
to the “Will It Meatloaf?” um… extravaganza,
made entirely – with candies.
– Tess: Yes. Rhett:
How many candies? There’s candies inside, too. Behind me–
“scrooch” on in here, Josh. Tess, you wanna do
the honors of cutting this? Yes, please. I believe in you. I don’t know
if you know Josh, but here he is. Hi. Do I have to speak
into the microphone? No, you just…
speak into the ether. – Okay.
– And then you… Stevie:
should know Josh from “Will It Hamburger?” – “Will It Hamburger?”
– Yes. You guys remember
“Will It Hamburger?” Josh created a lot of those
amazing hamburgers. Like the skin–
the skin burger. I will never forget you
biting into the skin burger and then dry heaving
into the burger as your mouth was full. It was, like–
it plays on loop in my head and it’s beautiful. That was a career
highlight for you? The career highlight.
The only one. – Oh, my goodness.
– So there’s candy, and then the binding agent
is cake. – Yes.
– All right. Well, let’s– let’s, um… – Do you have a napkin?
– “Do you have a napkin?” I have a pocket full
of Taco Bell wrappers. – Oh, okay. Great.
– If you’d like that. – Yeah.
– This looks really nice. Josh always carries
around a pocket full
of Taco Bell wrappers. They come in handy a lot
more often than you think. – Thank you.
– Yeah. Rhett, are you gonna
do the honors here? I’m doing the napkins. Ooh, is that
a “Reese-y” Cup? – Yes.
– Thank you. I don’t even know,
I mean… Here you want me to–
you can do it. Yeah, if you have… Tess, if you have
a vision for it… No, you’re so sweet. – Feels like a birthday party.
– The center’s gonna be more medium-rare
than the outside, so if anyone wants
a well-done piece, just go to the end. Okay. Somebody gets
a lot of cake. There you go. – Well, I mean…
– I want more candy. – …the inside is cakey.
– Josh: Thank you. Kevin? I mean, and then–
I think you just grab the candy that you want
from the spot that you want. I want that. Is this a– this is a– this a Reese’s Cup,
or a “Reesy” Cup as I call it. But you painted it gold,
I see. I did ’cause, you know,
I think gold has, like,
a little flair. – You know.
– Is it gonna taste different? Rhett: Look at that,
a whole bar. I don’t think
noticeably, no. – Is that a Butterfinger?
– Yes. The thing about
“Reesy” Cups is that… I want this one.
( snickers ) – …like, see this one?
– I like Butterfingers. You see how dry the peanut
butter is on the middle? – Yep.
– Like, only one in every 40 “Reesy” Cup experiences
do I get, like, a nice, moist,
peanut butter center. You know what
I’m talking about? It’s like you have
personal experience from that core sample analogy. – Core sample?
– Yeah. – Like one in every 40?
– Yeah. Like, this right there,
that’s not acceptable. Give me another plate, Link. That’s not the way.
That’s not the way. – I think that’s two plates.
– That’s not the chef’s
intention at “Reesy.” Like, Mr. Reesy?
That’s not what you want. I know that’s out of focus,
but I’m gonna put it right here. – Rhett: No, it’s really
holding up well, Tess.
– Tess: Yeah? – It’s kind of…
– Tess: Do you see
the little ledge? – what I call “milly.”
– Rhett: Oh, man,
look at that one. This one,
that’s really nice. But every now and again,
you will get a “Reesy” Cup that’s, like, juicy, and, like, juicy
peanut butter. And that’s– that is good. – Aah!
– Oh, I totally forgot, guys. When you eat candy loaf, it conjures
Cotton Candy Randy. I totally forgot. When I said
“cotton candy loaf,” I didn’t know–
I did not know… I was so scared. Happy Cotton Candy Day,
daddies. Are you enjoying
my sweet loaf? It’s not Cotton Candy Day. That was last year
towards the end– that was in December. It’s always Cotton Candy Day
in Hell, daddies. Are you enjoying
my loaf? – This is a nightmare.
– Yeah, the loaf is great. I see that you’re still
holding your pants, just like always. – Oh, yeah.
– I have a sweet nothing
for you, Daddy. ( squeals ) Oh, yeah, please come
whisper it to me. Thank you. ( breathing heavily ) For my birthday,
I wanna drink
a cup of your spit. – ( laughter )
– Oh. When’s your birthday? If I had it my way,
I’d hunt you for sport. – ( laughter )
– Bye, daddies. He’s sweet on you, Rhett. Ain’t he so sweet? – He’s sour on me.
– He’s so sweet. – What did you do to Randy?
– He’s so much more
intense this close. There’s an untold
history there. – I really don’t know.
– What I’ve learned– what I learned
as a young person, is that if you resist
Cotton Candy Randy, – He turns against you.
– …he turns against you. You have to invite him. You have to welcome him. You have to give him
what he wants. – He wants some weird things.
– I love Cotton Candy Randy
so much. – You want another secret?
– Can I have a fork? Conjure him back
if you want another secret. “I’d hunt you for sport.” He’s still lingering,
I can see him over there. Oh, he’ll be back,
don’t worry. Link, can I have a fork,
please? Oh, yeah,
there’s a whole… – I mean, as long as–
– Take a fork. as long as you’re eating
something like this, he can come back. I’ve never actually cut
a Butterfinger with a fork – like I’m…
– The mic is hooked
on the chair. – Now it’s just hanging
off of you.
– Completely unnecessary. You can’t even stab– oh,
you can stab a Butterfinger. – Thank you.
– It breaks. What is this?
This is like a… It’s like a little
Styrofoam ravioli filled with chalk candy. – Really?
– It’s nice. I’ve never seen these. Josh:
I think it’s a Great
Depression-era candy. Like, that’s all they had. – It’s pretty good, though.
– Look at that. – Constantly looking
over my shoulder.
– Really? Just in case
Randy reappears. – He hates you so much.
– He hates you. He loves whispering
to Rhett, though. I didn’t believe in him. – Yeah, it was like…
– I didn’t believe he existed until he showed up,
and then when he showed up, I still didn’t believe
he was there. Yeah, kids, if you don’t
believe in Cotton Candy Randy, he will haunt you. Ugh, that’s gross. Ooh, look at this.
This is a gummy hot dog. Anybody really into gummies
that I’ve touched? There’s another one, though. – Mm-mm.
– Look at that.
Look at the back of that. Yeah, I told Jeff to go
to get weird candy, like, the weirdest candy
he could find. – There’s a hair in mine.
– This is weird candy. I really do wish
he’d come back. Speaking of weird… – Oh, there he is.
– He’s back. Happy Cotton Candy Day,
daddies. Hey, man.
How you doing, Randy? Oh, my God.
It’s so creepy. You got something
else for me? ( breathing heavily ) I’ve seen how we die
and it’s in a beautiful lake. Want some cake? Your wife likes me best. He doesn’t even know
how to whisper. Like, he whispers at,
like, full volume. – I told you about–
– He’s right in your ear. I told you about the fan. It’s ’cause we had
the fan going as a kid. He got used to it,
and I like it. I like it when he’s loud. Don’t go near a lake
with this guy. He’s predicted
your corporate death. Yeah.
We’re gonna be together. It’s gonna be beautiful.