We recommend carving
your turkey with a sword! Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ Good Mythical Morning! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you
celebrating Thanksgiving today. And to all you who are just thankful,
that’s a good thing to be. – Yeah!
– We are thankful for all of you Mythical Beasts.
Thank you for watching and thank you for asking us questions
on the Facebook and the Twitter places. Emphasis on “the”. Ashley Webb is one of those people
who we’re thankful for. You asked us… (crew laughs) I’m talking directly to her now.
Can I do that? You can talk to whoever you want to, Link. Ashley, you asked me–and Rhett, “How can you avoid
sitting at the kids table?” Ashley, I’m so thankful
that you asked this question because I’ve got an answer
that hopefully you’ll be thankful for. It applies to Thanksgiving dinner,
or really any family gathering where meals are held
and a kids table is had. Anyone asking this question
is obviously hinting at the fact that they may be
near the point of transition – from the kids table to the adult table.
– Uh huh. So I know what you’re going through
because we’ve all been there. – I will say–
– Well, the kids haven’t been there. Yeah, well all of us adults. Every family defines
this a little bit differently. Sometimes it’s like
when you turn a teenager. Sometimes it’s when you
become an actual adult. However your family defines it,
let me know. Let me let you know. Let me know what you
think about my answer. (laughter) I’m gonna let you know
that the adults table is overrated! Do you know the kind of things that
we talk about at the adults table? We talk about people that got sick,
people that died. I’ve got a Cadillac converter
in the Mustang. – Cadillac converters!
– The Mustang is actin’ up. One time my grandma threw up
back onto her plate. – Okay?
– (crew laughs) This is the kind of thing
that happens at the adults table. Stay at the kids table.
Be the smartest person. Be the coolest person at the kids table… – ..well into adulthood, okay?
– As long as you can. My creepy uncle does that. Dillon Greene asked another question
that we’re so thankful for. He asked… – (loudly) Read it!
– (cracks up) Read the freaking question! Should I carve the turkey
with a knife or a sword? I think the answer to this is
pretty obvious, especially given the fact that I’ve been hidin’ this thing
down here for like 25 episodes! (both) Whoaaaaa! (Link cackles) (crazed laughter) Bring in the turkey! – (Rhett) Let’s find out, Link!
– Pull out the chair – and bring in the turkey.
– (dish rattles) Boopity boopity boopity boopity! Right here. Now, I’ma carve a little.
You’re gonna carve a little. Whoa, no, no, no, no!
Don’t gesture with the sword. (southern drawl) You carve some,
I’ma carve some! – (normally) I’m a dark meat man.
– (Rhett) All right. Cut off a leg, son. So I’ma do my dark meat plan. And it involves using this sword,
and I’m just gonna give it – one nice thwap.
– M’kay. All right? I’m ready. – Hey, dad!
– I might get a little thigh. – Can I get some dark meat?
– Yeah, son. I’ll give you a little leg
and a little thigh. Could you use the sword, dad? – I can use the sword.
– Okay! Okay. All right, gimmie a countdown, son. It’s a card table.
You realize that, right? Three, two, one! (battle cry) – (dish rattles)
– (Link) Oh. – (crew laughs)
– I missed. I gave you a little breast. (Rhett) Oh no.
And you cut into my white meat. All right. Second try, dad.
Three, two, one! (battle cry) – (dish rattles)
– Yeah! – Nice.
– Look at that. – (Link) Well, I almost got it.
– All right, you need another slice. Okay. – Three, two, one!
– (battle cry) (dish rattles) (groaning) – (Link) I…got a little on the camera.
– (dull thud) – (dish rattles)
– All right. – There we go.
– (Rhett) There you go, dad. – (Link) Now you take over.
– (Rhett) Thanks, dad. I’ma white meat man. (chuckles) Got a white meat plan! Okay, now you screwed up
the white meat on one side, if you didn’t notice. – You want me to flip it?
– Flipperoonie. – Flipperoonie for the…okay.
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. So…well, first I gotta get a wing off. – (clang)
– (crew “ohs”) – (laughter)
– That was the plate there! That’s like a bell.
I’m coming in. (Link) I’m coming in! I gotta get that wing off.
That’s white meat. I’m coming in to move the plate. Okay, I gotta get that wing off. (meaty thud) – (Rhett) Okay, the wing’s–
– (Link) It’s like an ax. (Rhett) All right,
I got part of the wing off. The part no one eats. Okay, now I’m gonna set up my plate here. Just hack off some breast, man. – Watch out.
– Whoa! (crew exclaims nervously) This is a real sword. (mocking) This is a real sword. (thud) You gotta go… This is how the pilgrims did it.
They didn’t have forks or knives. – (plate clangs)
– Oh, look at that! – Oh!
– There you go. – Wow!
– Oh, look! Right onto the plate. – (laughs)
– Heyyyyy! – White meat for everybody.
– Well, sit back down. Bring your leg, dad. – All right, here we go.
– Happy Thanksgiving. (chuckles) And we got
another question, guys. Esau Hamadanyan asks, “I’m spending
Thanksgiving here in town with my friends. We think the typical Thanksgiving
dinner is overdone. Can you help us spice up our turkey day?” You want us to…spice up your turkey day? We’re not gonna just sit here and do that! It’s time for… (both) That Escalated Quickly! We normally answer
questions from our desk, but thanks to Toyota Camry,
we’re takin’ our advice to the streets. We are en route to North Hollywood
to spice up a Thanksgiving dinner. You don’t even like turkey. No, I’m more of a ham man. It could be your alter ego. – Ham Man.
– (Link chuckles) (manly voice) I’m Ham Man. When you’re helping a damsel in distress,
you say, “I’m Ham Man, ma’am.” “I’m Ham ma’am.” I’ll just be turkey. (Link) Esau and his roommates made
a bold choice asking us for advice. Now we’re gonna help him
make another bold choice. Their Thanksgiving dinner
is about to escalate quickly. (slams trunk) Do we know where
the nearest emergency room is? No, we should probably find out. (rings doorbell) (knocks) I’m thankful for
this opportunity to be here. I don’t know if they’re
gonna be too thankful. – Esau?
– That’s me. – Yeah, and I’m Link.
– (laughs) Of course. – Hey, I’m Rhett.
– How’re you doin’? (Link) Great, man. (Rhett) All right, we’ve got Esau
and his roommates. What did you do
for Thanksgiving last year? Chinese food. Um, they’re open typically. That’s not Thanksgiving, guys. You haven’t experienced
Thanksgiving together. (Link) We have a plan
and we are gonna prepare a Thanksgiving meal for you
that is going to be memorable. You will not forget it. ♪ (funky beat) ♪ (Link) Hell-fire Habanero Stuffing. (Rhett) Trinidad Scorpion Pepper
Can’t Bear It Cranberry Sauce. (kettle whistles) (Link) Naga Chilli Apple Pies. And finally… (Rhett) The Ghost Pepper
Glazed Ghost Turkey – with Ghost Pepper Gravy.
– (flames crackle) – Let’s dig in…or let’s let THEM dig in.
– Okay. ♪ (funky beat) ♪ First time I’ve sweat
from my chin directly. (laughs) – Your chin is sweating?
– Yeah. (chuckles) – (sniffling)
– (Link) I just wanna know why – he’s hasn’t gotten the hiccups yet.
– Whoo. – Did you hit something, Mike?
– Yeah. – What did you strike?
– Just the pepper in the cranberry sauce. – Yeah?
– Yeah. My body wants to throw it up
and I haven’t even eaten it yet. – Throw it up!
– (sigh) (belches) (laughter) All right, Mike. (Link) You asked us to quote
“Spice up your Thanksgiving”. (Link) You probably shouldn’t have
used the word “spice up”. (guffaws) I can’t. My body’s trying to eject it. How does this compare to last year? More exciting. Much more. We can come back next year.
We can come back next year – if you want us to.
– Please don’t come back next year. (laughter) – (Link) Happy Thanksgiving, boys!
– (Rhett) You’re welcome. ♪ (salsa music) ♪ This year Mike’s finding out
the true meaning of Black Friday! Whoa ho! (singing) You know what day it is.
It’s Thanksgiving… – and Thanksgiving means mail.
– At least today it does. Maiiiiiiiiil. All right, y’all. We got whoop doop dee doop boop boop boooo! We got this right here, spin it. – Part of what you wanted fell.
– Oh, Jen. Help me out with that. “Hello there, Rhett and Link. We are Mythical Beasts
from Kah-nah-da (Canada).” (Link) Oh, there’s one on there
and here’s one in your hand. – (cracking)
– “We bought you a sweet treat made from Canada’s famous maple syrup.
Before you eat them, we wanted to let you know
that they are very sweet and take me about two days to finish.” That’s gonna take me at least two days. – It’s so sweet.
– “Because they are so sweet.” – Whoa!
– “From your Mythical Beast in Canada, Morgan and Leah.” Also some mythi– Thank you. (muffled) Some Canadian hats. Is this what–
Is that Canadians do? Yeah, ‘eh. They-They ‘eh?
They eat sweet things, ‘eh? – And they wear hats, ‘eh?
– Yeah, ‘eh. Mmm. That’s gonna take me
two years to finish this. – Two years, ‘eh?
– ‘Eh. – Mmm!
– Mmm. You know, the only thing
that would make this better – is, uh…–
– ‘Eh? – ..a bottle o’–
– (both) Clearly Canadian! – Glug, glug, glug, glug!
– Clearly, that would make it better – ’cause it would be Canadian.
– Watch yesterday’s episode if you want more details on that. (both) Mmm! Can we just take a moment
to be thankful? Yeah. Canadian Thanksgiving is, like, a totally
different time of year, by the way. They got it up there too?
It’s different? (crew chuckles) When is it, Jen? – (Jen) October.
– They got it up there. – October.
– Oh, well…even more thankful. Thanks for liking
and commenting on this video. Liking them. Thanks for liking…
Is that what we normally say? – Yeah.
– It sounded weird that time. – ‘Cause you’re Canadian right now.
– (laughs) ‘Eh? ‘Eh. – You know what time it is, ‘eh?
– (loud laughter) I’m Sam from [inaudible], Minnesota… and it’s time to spin
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to Good Mythical More right now. Jen’s gonna help us eat
some mexican poop head candy! Oh my goodness. Poop comes out of the head,
and then we eat it. (Rhett) Link gets voted off
America’s Next Top Model. (sassy sigh) – (laughter)
– Link… – (breathily) Yes?
– You really showed a lot of pizazz in that photo shoot…
what you did with your-your teeth especially was so impressive. But, alas, what Eddie did with
his nose was a lot more impressive and so, Link, you are not
America’s Next Top Model! (gruffly) NOOOOOOOOOOOO! [Captioned by Sara:
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