We actually shot another chicken
trick that never made it to air. It’s pretty rare for me
to prank kids on “The Carbonaro Effect” since they tend
to be easier to fool. But Noah’s reaction to
this extremely fertile hen is too priceless to leave
on the cutting room floor. Check it out. Will you hold onto it?
Alright, hold onto that. She usually
lays two eggs. Here we go.
Wait, Amelia. [ Gasps ] There you go.
Will you hold onto that? You can hold those both,
right, Noah? You got two —
Yeah, just be careful. Whoop, whoop, oh, Amelia?
Oh, my goodness. [ Shouts, laughs ] Here, hold onto that one. Whoops!
Uh-oh. Uh-oh, uh-oh! Take that one.
Okay, good. Whoop, whoop, whoop, whoop!
Oh, my gosh. I can’t!
I can’t! This trick was supposed
to be much shorter, but I was having
so much fun with Noah I spent more than seven minutes
pulling out over two dozen eggs. So let me skip ahead and
show you how it all ended. No more.
Whoa! Here’s one more
for you there. You got that?
Okay, don’t worry. I wouldn’t worry about that.
Whoop, don’t worry. Yeah, I wouldn’t worry
about those. Don’t worry. Yeah? She’s laying plenty, so we don’t
have to really worry. There’s one more.
There’s on there. Here we go.
These are for you. Hang onto those.
Okay, good. Good girl.
Alright. You laid so many. [ Laughs ]
That’s too much eggs! That is too —
Oh, she’s jumping down now. Well, maybe she’s too much fat
and she can fall over dead. You’re gonna put them down? Great.
-This is a good idea. Whoops, there she goes.
Here, let me get her. You did
such a great job, Noah. We saved a whole bunch. Yeah.
Up high! Alright, see you later.
Up high. Down low. Down low. Too slow. Oh, you got me. I’ll stay here with Amelia
in case she goes crazy and starts laying
some more eggs. Okay.
Call me if she lays more eggs. I will.
Thanks, Noah! ♪♪