Oh, man, what happened
to your car? ( laughs ) Wonder who would’ve
done that. ( music playing ) A couple of days ago,
an alleged good friend of mine found himself
with way too much free time on his hands and
copious amounts of tape. I have no idea
what he’s talking about. Well, that’s interesting.
Maybe this will remind you. Now, the last thing the internet
needs is another prank video, but what if we could do
something wholly original and prank someone
who is very particular
about his stuff, always wanting it to be exactly
how he wants it to be. Wouldn’t it be irresponsible
not to prank that person? I think it would be. That’s why we’re going to take
these scratch-off lotto tickets and cover Link’s car. Let’s evenly divide these. Don’t let any hit the ground. – I won’t.
– Uh-oh. Remember the “don’t let
anything hit the ground” thing? – I got it.
– We got this double-sided tape, – so just use that.
– ( laughter ) Let’s just all take
a side of the car. If my calculations are correct, this will completely
cover the car if we don’t do
any overlapping. I’ve got two so far. Okay, I’m gonna start
with the license plate
so you can quit blurring it. I did one on the wrong
side already. – Scratch-off side out, Alex.
– That’s on me. That’s pretty much
the only rule. This is gonna take
a while, guys. – Yeah.
– But here’s the thing. This is really gonna upset Link,
and that’s great. – Are we doing the top, too?
– Yeah. – No…
I want there to be absolutely no surface area
of this vehicle that is not
a potential winner. Did we test to make sure
the paint will be okay? We didn’t. Okay. My favorite part of a prank is when you ruin the trust you’ve built
with a long-term friend. Let me take a look
at yours, Alex. – That’s horrible.
– What am I supposed to do? You have so much space here. It’s called avant-garde art,
and that’s my thing, okay? Guys, I think we’re
gonna need some help. Four people is not enough. ( upbeat jazz playing ) Rhett:
He might wanna keep it
like this. Might get in, like,
the “Guinness Book,” man. Alex:
What do you think Link’s gonna
do when he sees this? Chase:
He’s gonna say,
“What the crap?” I think he’ll be like,
“Oh, man!” I think he’s gonna
be like, “You guys!” I think he’s gonna
be like, “What?” I don’t mean to be rude,
but there’s no way
he does that, Chase. ( laughter ) Okay, guys,
I think we’re done. So Link is a creature
of extreme habit, leaving work every day
at 6:00 p.m. on the dot, which is any minute now. Oh, man, what happened
to your car? ( laughs ) Looks like somebody put
lotto tickets all over it. Wonder who
would’ve done that. Rhett: A lotta lotto tickets. Here’s a quarter.
You can start scratching off. This is where you’ve been? I mean, I got a little help. You’re not gonna need any help
scratching off, right? You’re probably not gonna be
home for dinner on time. You might wanna
text your wife. Yeah. We could win up to
$888 dollars One eight
is eight dollars, two eights is 18,
three eights is 88, and four eights is 888. You know how many eights
this one has? None. Hey, but you gotta
start somewhere. – Twelve.
– Twelve. You win another ticket. Seriously? Just keep hold of that one
because we need to get another ticket with that one.
That could be the big one. I’ll be back in a second. Okay, I brought
some reinforcements. Found another losing ticket. All right,
put it in that box. Welcome, everybody. – Alex: Hey, Link.
– Woman: Hi. It’s my car. You know who was
actually pranked. – Alex: Who’s that?
– Both of us, because pranks
are not relevant
anymore on YouTube. Alex:
I thought it was really funny,
though. I don’t know. Even prank people on YouTube
no longer make prank videos. We swoop right in and we
take over the whole genre. We won $2. Oh, we got
a two-dollar winner? Right here. Hey, guys, look at that!
It’s already happening. Ellie:
I’m not winning anything. Rhett:
I’ve won tickets but not– Oh, I won another ticket. – ( metal buckles )
– Oop, that didn’t sound good. – Four dollars.
– Four dollars, Jen? Ho-ho-ho, I just won $2! Hey, see how fun it is? This feels good! Can we get more people
out here? – Man: Whoo!
– Link: Provide
your own coinage. ( fast-paced piano playing ) Okay, guys, last ticket. Drum roll on the car, please. I won another ticket. ( laughter, cheers ) We’re gonna add these up and see
just how much money we’ve won. So, counting all of
the winning tickets took a little longer
than we thought, but here’s where
we netted out, Rhett. After you bought
4,000 $1 tickets, I won a whopping $1,504. Turns out the lottery
is not a great investment.
Who knew? Okay, well, you’re not gonna
just take all that money – and run, though, are you?
– No, I’m not. No, we’re actually going to give
that to Children International who’s helping children
that are living in poverty through health, education,
empowerment, and employment. We encourage you to be
your Mythical best and also donate
at children.org. Thanks for letting me
do that to you. I really was
given no choice. All right, stick around
because we’re about to see if we can tell
the difference between a CEO and
someone on death row. Rhett: You got Ear Biscuits
for your ear hole. Now get an Ear Biscuits mason
jar for your mouth hole at mythical.store, and don’t be
a you-know-what hole.