– Today, we’re swimming in mystery. – Let’s talk about that. (upbeat theme music) Good mythical summer. – Mythical beasts, nothing
says summer like taking a dip in the pool, but as I
believe Maya Angelou once said, why swim in just water when you can swim in something super weird? And do we look like the type
of people who would ignore the advice of Maya Angelou? – No.
– No, it’s time for, I Got Pools, They’re
Filled with Weird Stuff, and I’m Guessing What’s in Yours. – As you can see, we each have a baby pool in front of us, and a
curtain in between us. Our view of each other
is totally obstructed. When we swim in our
pools of strange stuff, we then ask yes-or-no
questions to determine what the other person is swimming in. The person to guess the other
person’s swimmy stuff first wins that round. – Yes, and after three
rounds the winner wins their very own pool
float that the loser has to blow up.
– Yay! – [Together] Round one. – I’m swimming in something. – Oh yeah, I also am
swimming in something. Oh my goodness. – Link, since you’re taller to the people you’re shorter than, I’ll go first by asking the first question. – Okay, well first, top me off. Oh yeah. – Oh, okay, I got some clues there. – Alright, gave you a little clue-ish, ask me a question. – Is what you’re swimming in a food? – Nope.
– Okay, come top me off. Ah, ah, ahhhh, learn anything? – Well it was pretty
silent, and it seemed like it brought you a little bit of pleasure. Of course, I can’t smell anything, ’cause I got these nose plugs. I’m also swimming in a
sound-dampening material. Well, I shouldn’t have said that. – Yep, thanks for the clue. – Are you swimming in food? – Yes.
– Oh yeah. – Would it be a bad idea to eat it? – Yes. But I’m not gonna say I haven’t. Ha, ha, ha, right. – Weird. (Link blows) Ah, that’s interesting. – Is the food that you’re
swimming in, a lot of one item? – Yes.
– Okay. – Is what you’re swimming
in an organic thing? – Yes. I think. Is the food that you’re swimming in wet? – No. – It’s dry and silent – Is the organic material
that you’re swimming in dry? – Yes. Is the dry food that you’re swimming in, is it for humans? – Yes. – Okay, human food. You want me to swim around a little bit? – Yeah. (swishing sounds) – Okay. – Is what you’re swimming in
have a dirt-like consistency? – No. Is the food you’re
swimming in, do I like it? – No. – Oh, I don’t like it. That actually doesn’t
narrow it down that much. – I keep hearing you having
to, like, spit this out of your mouth.
– ‘Cause I’m swimming in it hard, man. – Is it from an animal? – Could be, honestly can’t tell. It’s a lot of whoever it’s from. Is it savory?
– No. Is what you’re swimming in from a human? – Yes. Is what you’re swimming in sweet? – Yes.
– Sweet. – It’s from a human,
yeah, but you spit it out, but you don’t seem grossed out. – That’s right. – Are you swimming in hair? – Open the curtain, take a look. Be quick about it. Hair, cotton candy.
(bell dings) – Yeah.
– Oh dang, I don’t like that sweet nasty. – I would’ve sworn that you would’ve been a little more grossed out. You want some more of
what I got, taste it. – Well, it’s got hair all over it. – Happy Cotton Candy Day, daddies. – I should’ve known.
– Oh boy, you look sticky, Daddy. – Yeah, I’m so happy,
thank you for donating. – Yeah, my pleasure, do you want some of my homemade baby wipes? – Yes.
– They’re in my van. Do you want to hear a sweet nothing? – Yes. – I’ve been slowly poisoning both of you, and I’m only giving you the antidote. You know what, last
night I killed the devil in his sleep, and now I’m the new devil. Okay, bye daddies, bye. – Bye.
– Bye Cotton Candy Randy. – I want to know what part
of Randy that came froml – [Together] Round two. – Alright, I’m swimming in something. – Oh, I’m swimming in something, too. – You sound unhappy. Alright, so I get to
ask the first question, but first, they should top you off. – Yeah, top me off, lifeguard Chase. Oh gosh. – Oooh. – [Rhett] Here, let me help you. – Something sounds moist. – Oh, there’s more. Oh gosh. – [Link] There’s more? – Oh gosh, oh, woo. Good mythical summer. – Okay Rhett, obviously it,
well it seems obvious to me that it’s gross and slimy. Is it living, or? – Don’t say or and ask another question. I don’t think so, no. – Meaning it was never living? – That’s not what you asked. – Alright, ask me a question. First, top me off. Well, actually, I don’t know if, yeah, okay, alright, yeah,
right there is good, alright. – That was an odd sound. What’s happening over there? – Ask me a question. – Was it living? – Yeah.
– Oh. – Was yours once alive? – Definitely, parts of it, yes. – Parts of it.
– I’d say most of it. – Okay, most of it. – Is yours a food? – No, there might be a rare exception, but generally no. Is yours a food? – Oh yeah, buddy, yep. – Okay, then why are you so grossed out? – You’ll see. Oh, there’s, look at this. – [Link] There’s parts to discover? – Parts to discover. – That’s the name of our next show. – That’s the name of the
sex ed class that I teach at all the local schools. – Ask away, creepo. – It’s not food, but it was living, so
is it a plant material? – Yes. Is yours guts? – No.
– Sounded like guts. – A plant material that
there’s an exception to it being a food, you seem
to be doing fine, though, over there, you’re doing fine. That’s not a question,
you’re doing fine is not a strategic question in this game. You doing fine over there? – It actually, if you ask it correctly, that could be a very informative question. – Is this plant substance comforting you? – Not at all. So yours is food that’s slimy
and there’s parts to discover. Is it from an animal? – I don’t think that any of this is? – You don’t even know what it is? – No, I can identify parts of it, and I don’t believe,
’cause I know what that is, and that is not an animal. – I don’t know what’s
going on over there, man. – Oh you know what,
part of it probably is. – [Link] Part of it is from an animal? – But I would not classify
this as from an animal, that would be misleading to say that, but there could be
animal products in this. Can’t rule it out. I don’t have that good of a
relationship with you know who. (crew laughs) – Do I know who? – Maybe, I don’t know. So this plant substance is
not comforting you right now. Is it got prickly parts to it? – Yes. Alright, so I got one last guess before, I think you’re gonna go for the gusto. I mean, you can’t figure what it is, how am I supposed to
figure out what it is, but it’s a lot of different
slimy parts from you know who. – Ha, ha, ha, you know who, Link. – Who?
– You just wait ’til this curtain opens. – I don’t know, man, is it jello? – I’m gonna say there’s a
very jello-like substance that is part of it. I’m touching it right now, you like it. – I got nothing. – Link, you swimming in cactus? – Open the curtain up. – Ha ha! – Dang it. (bell dings) What is that, man? – It’s Jim Bakker’s buckets. – Seriously.
– Yeah. – There’s no way I was gonna
get that, that’s crazy. – You know who. – [Together] Round three. – Okay, Link, why don’t you
swim around a little bit in whatever that is over there. – I’m swimming. Why don’t you swim around a little bit? – Okay, there it was. – I didn’t get a lot of information. – There it was.
– Oh goodness. – So I’m gonna be asking
the questions first, so you get topped off first. – Oh goodness, come on. (Link screams) (Link screams) Okay, okay.
– Okay. Okay, so I know it’s
a liquid, I don’t have to ask that question. Is it a liquid that you would consume? – Yes. – Okay, alright, time
for me to get topped off. – [Link] Top it off. – Okay, alright. I’m topped off. – You sound like you’re
under some sort of duress, but you also sound happy. – I’m not under duress. (Link coughs) – Excuse me, I’m doing fine,
thanks for being concerned. Are you swimming in something alive? – Yes. – Okay.
– It’s a liquid that you would consume. – And I would prefer that you hurry. – Oh, it’s a liquid that
makes you uncomfortable. – Yes, alright, now it’s my turn. – Okay, that’s my question. – Is it more than one live
thing that you’re swimming in? – Yeah. – It’s gotta be an animal. Alright, ask me a question. – An uncomfortable liquid, is it a drink? – No. Is yours an animal?
– Yes. – Okay, a living animal. Ask me a question, hurry! – Is it a sauce? – Yes. Are you swimming in a pet? – Some might consider that the case, it depends on who you ask. But it is not the
traditional understanding of the word pet, no. Barbecue sauce?
– Nope. Are you swimming in Chase? (crew laughs) – Why don’t you open the curtain? – I got it right? (bell dings)
– Well, kinda. I’m swimming in men, Link. – Swimming in men, with Chase being one of them. Wow, I don’t even–
– What is that? – They don’t even know all of ’em. They’re like, these are strange men. This one, I know this one. I’m in freaking hot sauce!. And I need to get out of it! – Okay, that was worth two points, so what does that mean, that means– – You know what, I would say
you’re also in hot sauce, you know what I’m saying? You guys look pretty good. – So we tied? – Yeah, we tied. – Okay, then we’ll have
to share this pool float and blow it up together. – Alright, let’s get those
men to blow it up for us. – [Stevie] We forgot to
tell you that you have to blow it up while it’s on Chase. – Okay.
– I’ll do that after I take a shower! – Yeah, let’s do that later. Alright, thanks for liking,
commenting, and subscribing. – You know what time it
is, where’s the shower? – Hi, I’m Jackie. – And I’m Lily, and we’re at Weko Beach in Bridgman, Michigan. – And it’s time to spin
the Wheel of Mythicality. – That’s water, they’re swimming in water. – That’s a much better choice. I have recovered, I’ll
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