BRANDON: Does it seem like dogs don’t get sick as much as humans? -Like my dog, it just doesn’t get sick – I’m like
“Do you not get-” GUS: I think you just don’t know. I mean like, there’s no equivalent of a cold for a dog, is there? – Yeah, dogs can sneeze.
– They get like kennel cough and stuff. Oh, yeah… My mom’s dog is- -dead.
[laughter] No, as in- What a weird way of saying that! Chris, what is wrong- Mom’s dog, dead as shit! It’s alive! It should be dead. WHAT! You just changed it!
You just- You can’t start a se- -it’s like “I saw your friend, he’s DEAD!” “He’s not actually dead.” It’d freak everyone out! So, my mom took her- she came for Thanksgiving, she took her dog. Her dog, it… One: It doesn’t have bladder control- it wears a diaper. GUS: Just like you!
[laughter] CHRIS: Two: It doesn’t have any teeth and its jaw collapsed- GAVIN: Aww, what- CHRIS: And then three: its nose collapsed so it can’t breathe- GAVIN: Oh god, put it down- -Four: it’s got like-
-Put the dog down! -Its ears are like, scabbing over, it- -Come on!
BRANDON: Oh my god! And then, I was like- “Mom, you gotta take this dog down.” GAVIN: It’s melting!
[laughter] I was like-
-“You gotta take this dog down?” [laughter] “Look, he’s not looking at us – you go from behind, I’ll go from the side.” She’s like, “No, he still wants to live.” and I’m like, “No, this dog is like- he’s falling apart, Mom.” She’s like, “No no no, look look look! He’s drinking water on his own.” I’m like, “That’s not an accomplishment!” [music] [music]