– Today, we’re attending a sausage party full of mystery meat.
– Let’s talk about that. (upbeat music) Good Mythical Morning. – We love merry old
England, our country’s dad, which is why we’re still
getting over our hangover from the royal wedding this summer. But, frankly, we have questions. Why do you call fries chips? Why do you call chips crisps? Why would you name a place Catholes? – Well, as far as I’m concerned, they’re the ones who came
up with beans on toast, so they can have all
the Catholes they want. – Okay, there you go, have ’em. Today, we’re gonna put
our knowledge of the royal family to the test
while eating sausage, which is one of the Brit’s favorite foods. It’s time for will these royal sausages make us scream, or will we say yas kween? We got a wheel full of sausages, because British people eat sausages. So do Americans and Germans and lots of other countries, but
this isn’t about them. – No. – Some of these are normal, good bangers. Some of them are weird,
unpleasant bangers. And, some of them are disgusting bangers that Josh made to hurt us. – As you can see, each sausage has a number associated with it. The worse the sausage is,
the more points it is worth. One could be a tasty
sausage, but 10 is the worst. That’s a pun. This floppy, white sausage here is not one that I want to eat. We’re gonna take turns spinning the wheel and then the spinner has to answer a question about the royal family. If the person gets it
right, they get points and the other person
has to eat the banger. If you get it wrong, you get no points and you have to eat the sausage. Let’s do it. – [Rhett and Link] Round one. – You’re less short than
me, so you spin first. – Oh, thank you. Here we go. – Whoa, sausage. (both yelling) 10, right off the bat! What? The floppy, white sausage. – There’s a lot at stake
here, because if I get it right, you gots to eat
it and I get 10 points. – Gosh. Okay, I’ve got a question for you that is royal themed, Rhett. Get ready, Meghan Markle,
’cause being a royal is a very serious affair, even when it
comes to the games they play. What form of family fun is the royal family not to allowed to play? – Not allowed to play. – Is it A, video games, B, Monopoly, C, darts, or D, hide the salami? (team laughing) – Can you describe D? – Uh (mumbling). – I’ll take your word for it. – A children’s game involving salami. – Okay, oh my gosh. Monopoly, darts or video games? – Mm-hmm, or hide the salami. (team laughing) – Oh, gosh, this is, I don’t– – It’s the floppiest one. – I don’t feel good, man. Darts feels like a very royal thing, but it also feels like the
kind of thing that there’s a story about Count
Chocula (laughing), who– – We know so much about the royal family. We resort to the Muppets. – Who was once struck
with a dart in the ear. It’s forbidden. Video games is so unbecoming
of a royal, though. You don’t want to be
caught playing video games. Oh, gosh. – I need an answer, Rhett.
– Darts. – Prince Andrew claims the
family is not allowed to play Monopoly.
– No! – Because, it gets too vicious. Speaking of vicious, this is a 10-pointer. You don’t get any points,
neither do I, but I get the pleasure of watching you eat
that floppy, white sausage. – I’m not gonna know–
– Bang it. – Oh, it’s so cold. I’m not gonna know what it is until I’ve– – Oh, there was a lot hidden
down in that birthday cake. – Now, we’re agreeing
it’s just a bite, right? – The balloon in there, I would
go with biting the middle. – No.
– I would bite the side. – You can wait ’til your turn. – That’s like eating the
end of a balloon, dude. – Yeah, but I don’t want
it to just go all over me. – I don’t know what it is. What’s it taste like? – Horrible.
– No, don’t spit it out. Eat it, man. What is it? (loudly retching) What is it? – [Producer] Rhett, do
you know what it is? – Is that fish sperm? – It’s fish guts.
– Oh, fish guts. – Fish guts. – Water, please. – [Rhett and Link] Round two. – Okay, time for me to spin. Yeah. – Five, okay.
– Five. – Middle of the road. All right. Normal people have a hard
time deciding what to pack, but for a royal, it’s
already figured out for them. What item must members of the royal family always pack when they travel? A, a black outfit, B, a Bible, C, a knife, or D, a litter of corgis. – A whole litter of corgis. – Litter of corgis. – I don’t think it’s a
knife, because it’s hard to travel with a knife,
even if you’re royalty. Especially if you’re royalty, trust me. – Got it. – Black dress, I don’t know. I’m feeling the Bible. – Feeling the Bible these days. – I think it’s the Bible. – Your guess is the Bible.. Royals must always be
prepared with a black outfit in case somebody dies when they’re abroad and they must attend a funeral. – In case somebody dies?
– Yeah. You gotta be ready for death. – Okay.
– Eat that sausage, Link. Hey, sausage link. (team laughing) This is probably gonna
be not good, but not bad. – No, it smells minty. – Okay, well, find out how it tastes. – What is it, toothpaste? – [Producer] It’s toothpaste. – (laughing) Okay, wow. You can see the scale that
we’ve established here. Five is already toothpaste sausage. – Ugh, that is bad. Anybody got a toothbrush? – [Rhett and Link] Round three. – Give it a spin. Oo, almost an eight, but you got a six. – Six. – A little nastier than the five. – Ask me the question. – Royal etiquette dictates
that a married woman in the royal family who is
attending an indoor affair must do what, exactly at 6:00 PM? – What? – Is it A, lead a toast to the Queen? B, take off her hat and
put on a tiara, tiara. How do you say tiara? – Yeah, tiara. – Tiara.
– Tiara. – Tiara?
– No, it’s tiara, I’m sure. – Tiara, tiara.
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. I’m from North Carolina. – Tiara is if it’s your name. Tiara is if it’s on your head. – C, remain directly at her husband’s side for the rest of the affair, or D, ovulate. – Ah, the old 6:00 PM ovulation. – Ding, right on the dot. – The royal family is on a
very quick cycle, though. It’s not a 28-day cycle for them, ’cause they’re the blue blood. – You gotta churn out those royalty. – Yep, yep. Toast doesn’t make sense, because that could be inappropriate. And then, what, do all the women stand up and toast at 6:00 PM? (chuckling) that won’t work. The tiara or the tiara,
it’s not a pageant. – Life is a pageant. – I’m gonna go with, you gotta be next to your husband at 6:00 PM. – There are a whole bunch of weird rules regarding tiaras and at 6:00 PM, ladies are expected to
change into evening wear. At which point, hats come
off and tiaras go on. So, Rhett– – Why y’all gotta have stupid rules? (team laughing) – You need to eat the eight, my friend. – No, I’m eating the six. – Okay.
– That’s where it was. – I can’t slide one past you, go for it. – [Rhett] I know it’s gonna be at least as bad as toothpaste. – [Link] It looks greasy, very white. – Doesn’t taste like food. Oh, hey. – Hey? – It tastes like something that goes on your body, like soap. – [Producer] Close. Shampoo. – Oh, okay, that’s okay. I’ll finish it. (team laughing) – [Rhett and Link] Round four. – Spinny, spinny, spinny, spinny. Tickity, tickity, tickity,
tickity, tick, tick, wham! Ugh, the seven, I almost got a two. – [Rhett] Right on the seven. – [Link] But, I got the big, old seven. – Here we go. – This is a big, freaking,
oh, it’s a thicky. – Yeah, it’s a stubby. (team laughing) Historically, the king’s
most-trusted courtier was whom? A, the groom of the stool,
the man who helped him poop. B– – What, ho, what? – The groom of the stool,
the man who helped him poop. B, the moonlight valet, the
man who watched him sleep. C, the grape steward, the
man who tasted his wine. Or, D, the dark knight,
the man who was Batman. (team laughing) – What’s the question, again? – The king’s most-trusted courtier? Is that, I don’t know what– – You gotta trust someone if they– – [Producer] Courtier. – Courtier? This isn’t France, this is England. – You really trust someone if
they’re there when you poop. – Mm, yeah (chuckling). I like the way you think. – But, the drinking of the
wine makes so much sense, because that keeps him
keeling over with poison. – Yeah. – You gotta keep the royalty alive. – Right. – I’m gonna go with the wine
taster, the most-trusted. – Okay, the wine taster. The man who’s responsible
for assisting the king in his excretions and ablutions,
the groom of the stool. Doesn’t do it anymore, because now they’ve grown out of that. (team laughing) They’ve moved beyond that. Once again, no points
for either of us, man. But, you get the fun of eating
that sausage that’s a seven. Yeah, smell it. – It smells meaty.
– Yeah. – This is for you, Britain. – Oh, it’s tough. Oh, gotta bite it twice. The sausage that bit back. (briefly retching) Okay. – What is it? – [Producer] It doesn’t taste familiar? – Dog food. (team laughing) Is it dog food? – [Producer] It’s dog food. – While Link is enjoying his dog food, I’ll let you know that
we both have zero points, so we’re gonna move on to a special bonus round to find a winner, that we’re calling The Speedy Sausage Eating
Chow Crown Showdown. Paid for by Hasbro. – To continue with the
royal theme, our bonus round features Hasbro’s new game, Chow Crown. – Here’s how the actual game works. You place the crown on your head, clip in some snacks and press start. The crown will move and you have to eat as much as you can before the music stops. – We are gonna be playing the game a little bit differently, though. – Yes, these crowns have been
filled with mini sausages. All of the sausages are laced with a British favorite, Marmite. They will not be easy to get down. – And, because we did not
get any points so far, we’re gonna make each of these
sausages worth 10,000 points. – Woo, points.
– Yeah. And whoever has the most
points at the end of this bonus round wins a Chow Crown
filled with his favorite food. The loser has to eat the
worst sausage that we left on the spinny board
in Good Mythical Morn’. – [Producer] All right, you guys ready? – Let’s find our start buttons here. – [Producer] On your marks, get set, go. – Where is it going? There we go. Come on, come to papa. (both straining) I got one of them. – It’s never been so hard to eat. Okay. – Oh.
– I got two sausages. – You got two? – Yeah, bro, I got two. – I only got one. – All hail the king. I shall now eat my prize. – And, I’ll eat the nastiest
sausage in Good Mythical Morn’. Chow Crown is available in
stores now, or you can buy it online by clicking the link
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