– Oh, they’re video chatting!
They predicted Skype and cake. – I’m still convinced that the writers of Simpsons
are time travelers. ♪ (rock intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we predict
a really great episode. – I predict you’re right.
– Okay. That’s good. Me too. (chuckles)
– (claps) How come? – (FBE) We are gonna go
through eight TV shows and movies that have accurately
predicted the future. – Interesting.
– Oh my gosh. I love this kind of stuff.
– Oh, I love these, because they’re just chance,
but it’s so creepy at the same time. – (FBE) Before we get started,
we just wanted our viewers to know that we will have
to mute any clips that have music, but we’ve linked
the original videos down below. – Okay. I’ll try not to sing
The Beatles while I react in this channel. (chuckles)
– (Gazelle) Good evening, Zootopia! – Shakira! And the Super Bowl.
– Oh, that’s pretty similar to what she was wearing
at Super Bowl. – Oh! The Shakira dress
at the halftime show? I saw this on Twitter.
– She wore the same outfit. (laughs) – I thought it was kind of scary
on how the dress is literally the exact same as hers.
So, I don’t know if they got inspired when they saw this movie
or it just happened to be a coincidence,
but I’m gonna say they got inspired. – Oh! So, that was supposed
to be like a halftime performance as her as an elk?
How long ago was that? – I thought it was so funny,
because right after the Halftime show, like on Instagram,
they had the side by side videos of her and that,
and people were like, “Oh my gosh.
She ripped them off.” It’s like no,
that’s literally her. – (FBE) Many were pointing out
that in this 2016 animated film Zootopia,
Shakira’s character was performing at what also seemed
like a halftime show. Not only that,
but Shakira also wore the exact same outfit.
– That’s gotta be on purpose! It’s spot on.
– I want someone to ask her if she noticed this.
Was this intentional? Was this a nod to the film?
– It had to have been on purpose. That’s not a coincidence.
– That just has to be a signature Shakira wardrobe.
They’re like, “She likes that one. Put it on her character.
Put it on her.” (chuckles) She looks good in red.
You cannot deny it. – (Homer) Gotta get a juicer.
Gotta drink juice. News wait. Won’t get chest pain
from answering the phone anymore. – (laughs)
– Oh, god. – This is the one I just saw.
This one had me– it was kind of scary
how kind of almost spot on it is. – (man) Please don’t tell
the supervisor I have the flu. – Does it have to do
with that damn coronavirus? – (Bart) Hey Dad,
this came for you in the mail. – Is this about
the coronavirus? – (Homer screams)
– I don’t think we can give Simpsons credit
for predicting illness. – Oh, so the spreading of a virus.
– (Skinner) Flu germs entering every orifice in my head.
– Oh, wow. Oh, wow. (chuckles)
Oh my gosh. – (reporter) The dreaded Osaka flu…
– This is the virus? Oh, that’s kinda weird. Whoops.
But it happens! – Okay, so what year was this?
– (FBE) 1993. – Oh my god.
– I’m still convinced that the writers of Simpsons
are time travelers. There’s a difference from, you know,
getting one or two things that are just like, “Oh, wow,
you kinda happened to get that right.” And then you go from 10 to 15 things
that are getting it right, and it’s still going on?
That’s terrifying. – (FBE) So, in a 1993 episode
from the Simpsons, their fictional Osaka flu
from Japan infects Springfield. Many online are now
drawing similarities to the coronavirus scare
that’s happening right now. – But that’s not even Japan.
And it’s just germs. Germs come from countries
all the time. That’s kind of how they work.
– That’s insane. It’s just like, “Oh,
let me just write a little book about this virus or whatever,”
and it’s happening. My brain’s kind of
everywhere right now, because that’s so crazy. Damn.
– (FBE) Simpsons in notorious for predicting these scenarios.
We even have an entire episode dedicated to these predictions.
How do you think they’re continuously doing this?
– Well, like I said, I mean, if they’re coming up
with different ideas, anything is possible, I guess.
It could happen. But it does seem to be
really specific, so I think that’s
what makes it creepy. – Once is a coincidence, right?
Twice, give it a coincidence. But after it’s so many times
it just keeps predicting, predicting, predicting things,
it makes you wonder how. – Is it just destiny
that everything ultimately is going to happen?
You know, you go, “Oh, well let’s just
watch this show regularly and maybe that’ll be
the next thing that happens.” A scary thought.
– What happens at the end of the episode?
Does everyone die? I’m just trying to find out
the end game! Should I be doomsday
prepping right now? What’s that episode?! – (Lucy) I think you’re really
gonna like it here. And obviously, everyone’s in…
– Yeah, it’s Parks and Rec. – (Lucy) …because of the Cubs
winning the Series. – (Dwyer) Yeah, it seems really nice.
– Oh, is this the Cubs winning the Series?
Sports. – (Lucy) …because of the Cubs
winning the Series. – Oh!
– (Dwyer) Yeah, it seems really nice. I mean, I am gonna
miss Pawnee, though. – Did it says Cubs
in the World Series? Dang! And Parks and Rec
is way older than that, ’cause the Cubs just win
a couple years ago, right? – I remember that.
When the Cubs won, everyone flipped out.
– I’m from Chicago, you know, and oh my god.
We waited forever for the Cubs to win the World Series.
– (FBE) So, during the show’s final season, Parks and Rec
predicted that the Cubs would win the World Series.
Even though the episode aired in 2015, Sam and Andy’s trip
in this episode took place in what was 2017.
So that episode, they were a little bit in the future,
which means the Cubs would have had already won the championship
in 2016, which they did. – That also means that Leslie Knope
could still be president someday. – That’s a little weird,
’cause there is a lot of teams, a lot of probabilities.
But at the same time, there’s so many guesses
as to who’s gonna win, so someone’s gotta get it right.
– Parks and Recreation, in my opinion,
was not a show that existed on some, you know,
different universe or on some different plane.
They were with us in real time. And so, to say something
like that so confidently and for it to happen,
that’s incredible. – (Ross) Have you seen this?
It’s our new alumni website for college.
– Oh, I know those guys. Aren’t they friends?
They’re friends with each other, right?
– (Ross) You can post messages for people, let everyone know
what you’re up to. – Social media!
– (Chandler) …faster way to tell people that I’m unemployed
and childless. – (laughs) The prequel to Facebook.
– (Ross) It’s actually kind of interesting to find out
what people are doing. Remember Andrea Rich? – Is this Facebook?
– (Chandler) The girl that wouldn’t sleep with you?
– (Ross) Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Well, her internet company went under, and she lost
an ear in a boating accident. – (chuckles) Oh my god.
– (Chandler) Bet she’d sleep with you now.
– So, maybe Zuckerberg watched this episode
and he was like, “Hey, that’s a good idea.”
– (FBE) That was from an episode of Friends which aired
back in 2003. In the episode, Ross is basically
describing to Chandler what is essentially Facebook.
– But I bet on Ross’s website, his mom never tries
to share him with memes. – (FBE) A full year after that,
Mark Zuckerberg launched what at the time
was called The Facebook. – No way! This was before?!
What the hell?! No, that’s weird.
That’s like someone– to make up a social media
before it even happens. I wonder if people
were thinking about it. They were like, “Oh,
we should do this.” And Mark Zuckerberg’s like,
“[Bleep]. I’ll do it.” – (Spacely) Jetson, I apologize.
– (George) Well, Mr. Spacely… – Oh, the Jetsons.
– Awww. – (Spacely) …that I got
a biiig mouth. – FaceTime.
– So, they’re FaceTiming? (chuckles) – Oh, they’re video chatting!
They’ve predicted Skype and cake. – (Spacely) …more reasonable hour.
– They’re FaceTimin’. (laughs) But it’s funny,
because it’s not the idea of a cellphone,
it’s more like a call box. – I remember laughing about a lot
of this and going, “Oh yeah, I’d like that.
That’d be handy.” Did I think I’d see it
in my lifetime? Nah. – 100 years ago,
there were very specific images associated with “the future,”
and we focus on not having flying cars, so we’re like,
“Nothing’s impressive,” but we have a lot of shit.
I can look at someone’s face on my phone across the world.
– (FBE) All right, so that was the animated series The Jetsons,
which was way ahead of its time and technology, because it aired
back in the early ’60s. – ’60s? Woo.
– That’s real predictions. That’s 60 years
in the future predictions. – (FBE) The internet wasn’t even
created back then, yet there were cleaning robots,
flat screen TVs, and as you just saw, video calls.
– Which is literally what we have today,
like the Roomba and FaceTime. Crazy.
– I can’t imagine life without the internet, (laughs)
so it’s so weird to think of them just thinking
of this concept without that to back it up.
That’s actually kind of weird. – Maybe whoever came up with it
was inspired by watching it or, you know, thought,
“Hey, that’s something that maybe we could do.”
We try to imagine what the world is going to be like,
and who knows? I mean, we won’t– probably.
I mean, 100 years from now, we won’t be here to see it,
but who knows what could spark someone else to do something.
– (JD) …the whole afternoon researching the war in Iraq.
– Scrubs! – (JD) …into the spirited debate.
– Love Scrubs. – (Cox) What a jackass. Wow.
– (people angrily muttering) – (JD) Come on.
No one wants to debate Iraq with me? – (Janitor) I’ll debate Iraq with you. – Oh, I didn’t know
he was on this show. – (JD) Prepare to be dazzled.
– (Janitor) Okay. In my opinion, we should be
looking for Bin Laden in Pakistan. – Ohhh. (chuckles)
– (JD) You have that globe nearby? – Is that where we found Bin Laden?
The janitor knows everything! – That’s a pretty specific line
right there. – Things like that,
it’s oddly specific and also gets
into the political realm, so it’s a little scary
to be able to predict that. – (FBE) That was
the comedy series Scrubs. And in that 2006 episode,
the janitor throws out that the U.S. Army should be
looking for Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan.
Sure enough, fast forward to 2011 and Bin Laden was found in…
– Pakistan. – I don’t know.
I can’t explain that one. Interesting.
– Wow. That’s interesting. It just makes me wanna see
the thought the process, right? It makes me wanna
interview the writer. – I’d love to hear
what the writers thought. I’d really be amazed–
I’d like to know was it because they were
so politically astute that it made sense to them
that he would be there? Were they just playing around
and going, “Oh, well, put it over there somewhere”?
You know, I’d like to hear how they managed
to pull this off. – I think that writer knows things. I don’t know how they felt, but I feel (whispers) that they things things. – (boy) This is a video game!
– Oh! I was gonna say, “Where’s Back to the Future?”
– (boy) My dad taught me about these. – Now, this, I’ve seen so many times
it’s not even funny. – It’s so funny to look
at how people thought the future was gonna look like.
– (Marty) I’m a crack shot at this. – (game characters grunting) – (laughs) It looks so rinky dinky
compared to now. – (boy) You mean you have
to use your hands?! – (boy 2) That’s like a baby’s toy.
– (laughs) – (Marty) Baby’s toy?
– They predicted the Kinect. – There are so many different ways
we play with video games now, where we do like VR or any other type
of full body sensor motion, where we don’t have to use
our hands anymore. – (FBE) So, given the title
of the film, who knew that Back to the Future
was actually predicting the future? – I mean, it’s in the title. (laughs)
– (FBE) It predicts several things in the film that had not yet existed
including hands-free game consoles. But it wasn’t until the early 2000s,
right, that companies like Xbox Kinect and Nintendo Wii had launched
and let gamers control on-screen actions using voice
and gestures. – That’s insane. They were probably
referring to something they thought would happen in the future-future,
and the fact that that’s what we have today– not even today.
It came out a while ago. – It’s interesting.
You go back and you look at old media and you see people’s
kind of wish lists of what they think the future is gonna look like.
And then, some of them, they pick and choose.
It’s things that people worked on and listened to and created.
And it’s cool to see kind of what they wanted
come to fruition almost. – This is weird.
I feel like a lot of it is just futuristic movies
and they’re just taking their best guess.
They’re like, “What would I want to see happen?”
And then they write it down. – (FBE) Finally, some consider
these predictions, like the ones you saw today,
to be predictive programming, which essentially means the government
or the higher-ups are using media to make the population more accepting
of future events. – That’s some looper [bleep].
(chuckles) – (FBE) Do you think these
were predictive programming or were they just
harmless coincidences? – I think they’re probably
harmless coincidences. But if I wrote it,
I would definitely say I was predicting the future.
– So, somebody knows that this is what’s gonna happen?
Oh, come on. No. I’m not buying that. – It’s coincidence or clever writing,
you know, educated writing, an educated guess.
It’s not predictive programming. I will never go
with a conspiracy theory, no. No, no, no, no.
– I don’t think they’re predictive programming
only because it seems like they’re happenstances
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– I think I’m a good person to judge what makes a perfect love story because, I don’t know, I’ve gotten to play some characters that have been wrought, really wrought over their own love. I think playing Christian in ‘Moulin Rouge’ is kind of a perfect lead-in to this, as I’m pining for love every night, and literally kind of go to the depths of my soul to get there. Hey, I’m Aaron Tveit and these are my top five favorite pop-culture couples of all time. I think a good and memorable love story has to come down to
kind of where it starts, whatever adversity they encounter, and then kind of where
it ends or doesn’t end. My first couple – I think a
lot of people saw this movie – it’s Jack and Rose from ‘Titanic.’ It is a classic example of you know, kind of a kid from nowhere with no money
and this very rich woman and they fall in love and of course they’re never supposed to be together because two people of different
classes can’t be together, and they kind of overcome all of that to find each other in the end, all while this ship is sinking, sadly. But then of course, Rose
says she’s not gonna let go and lets go, so that’s not really cool. I think there was absolutely room on that pallet door for Jack. She could’ve slid over. But while they had it,
they had it real good. Well, let’s just stay
with Leo, why don’t we? Why don’t we go ‘Romeo and Juliet?’ Kind of classic love story that has spawned countless
stage adaptations. ‘West Side Story’ is ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ We do a little bit of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ with Christian and Satine. But, you know, that’s one where they’re a bit young, and I think if they just had a little bit better communication,
maybe they could’ve avoided both of them dying. But again, while it was
good it was real good. Jumping to television here, I think the obvious one
a lot of people would say is Ross and Rachel, but I’m actually gonna go Chandler/Monica in the ‘Friends’ world. I think Ross and Rachel
ran into some trouble when they were on a little break, or not a break, but Chandler and Monica, you know,
they were friends first, and it really changed and evolved, and they knew each other, and by the end I think they really found a really great love between them that started as friendship
and almost adversaries. Adversaries? Adversaries? I can’t say that word! But there’s something about that, right? You start as friends, and
then it becomes something else, and you kinda get way wrapped
up into it before you know, and I think theirs is a
great example of that. I’m gonna give Joey some
relationship advice here. I think he just needs to maybe think outside of
himself a little bit. This is one that I, as a
child of the ’80s and ’90s and a teenager of the
late ’90s and early 2000s, Noah and Allie in ‘The Notebook,’ I think is a wonderful
example of a love story in our modern pop culture. The way that movie is structured, too, you kind of see how they’re together, how they’re ripped apart, how they kind of find each
other, maybe they don’t, but then you find out that obviously, it’s the older Noah
telling the older Allie, who’s suffering from
Alzheimer’s, their love story and I think that that’s something- you know, it’s really a tremendous
way that it all turns around and you see that these people
really fought for each other and ended up together in the end and kind of having this other love, later in life as it developed. That’s a very sappy answer, but I
think it’s a gorgeous story of the two of them. And finally, my last and
I think probably favorite pop-culture love story has to be Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan in ‘When Harry Met Sally.’ That movie, I think, when
it came out and since, it’s my opinion that every rom-com, every comedy about love is just trying to be Harry Met Sally, because they got it right,
right from the beginning. What’s great about that is they kind of start loathing each other, and that loathing
passion, but appreciation, turns into a deep love and bond. Sometimes you realize
it’s the people who can really push your buttons, those are the ones that are
the closest and love you most. I know that most of the
couples that I mentioned don’t make it, but they also had some
different circumstances. One got on a boat that was brand new and supposed to be indestructible. Never say something’s indestructible ’cause that only means
it’s not gonna work. But some of the others, I think communication and
making time for one another, that’s the formula to a long-lasting love. Take it from Allie and Noah. And avoid poison, yeah no poison and maybe just like if
you’re gonna take poison, check that the other person didn’t.
We throw the word annoying around a lot. To the point where even the word annoying
has become tiresome. Before I get into the intro though I want
to say that what I find to be annoying may be different for you and thats okay. In regards to tv characters my definition
of annoying may come more from them being irritating or just useless as a character
overall. Welcome to Top 10 Beyond The Screen. Im your host Johnny Rogers. If you happen to be new here we cover all
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movie character you find to be annoying and while you ponder that lets jump right into
the Top 10 Most Annoying TV Characters Of All Times #10 Andrea Harrison
AMCs The Walking Dead had some big shoes to fill after the comic book had been so successful. Andrea was actually one of the more beloved
characters as well. However only in the comic books. When the show came out and people saw Laurie
Holden bringing this typically hot-headed and proud character to life, the fans started
to hate her. I mean how could you not, she ditched Michonne,
Rick and all of her friends to go live with the villain of the show. Not exactly the right move during a zombie
apocalypse and comes off as really annoying. #9 Ned Flanders
Ned Flanders has been that annoying neighbor since the very first time he appeared on the
Simpsons. As time goes on he has only become increasingly
more irritating with his religious optimism in nearly every terrible situation. Dont get me wrong, optimism is a good thing,
but when it comes from that know-it-all Flanders, it can be very annoying to hear. Originally the character was meant to just
be a friendly neighbor that Homer hated. Ergo a one off for throw away jokes as the
episode would follow the Simpsons story. Yet for whatever reason he was included a
lot and became a central part of the show. The best justice for this though was when
Homer wrote the song called – Everybody Hates Ned Flanders #8 Ross Geller
Ross is no ones favorite Friends character yet for whatever reason amongst that cast
of greats he consistently got the most screen time and the most amount of lines. However maybe less is more. Because more of Ross, just meant, more entitlement,
more whining, more selfish behavior and overall more of fans being annoyed by him. Ross is a doctor, but you already knew that
because he tries to tell people any chance he gets. Despite expecting love from Rachel, complaining
about her, acting like a victim and even trying to ruin her relationships he still ends up
with her. How annoying is that for a fan to watch. Oh and he was the perpetrator of the third
most annoying line of dialogue in television history – We were on a break. A line that was used over and over and over
again until it had no more meaning. Ross is the worst, dont at me. #7 Will Schuester
He may have been voted teacher of the year at McKinley High but fans of the show Glee
will tell you that Mr. Shoe was an annoying character. Not only that, but he was just a terrible
teacher in general. Instead of nurturing and guiding students
through his Glee club, he seemed to project his own hopes and dreams onto them. It was if you were watching a show about an
adult who found out he failed high school and now had to go back. Hes so unlikable on the show its a wonder
why they would ever write for his character in such a way. During season 5, Marley was refusing to wear
a seashell bikini and she took a hard stance saying that no man could ever tell her what
to wear. Yeah well in comes Mr. Shoe who says – oh
ya? Youre suspended for the rest of the week. His argument was that she was putting her
personal feelings of being uncomfortable ahead of what the group wanted. Yeah not a stellar guy nor was he ever NOT
annoying to watch. #6 Dawson Leery
Besides being an annoying meme to see still on the internet, Dawson Leery was a terrible
character on you guessed it! Dawsons Creek. Oof nothing worse than having the namesake
of the show be the most annoying to watch. I believe Broadlys Sarit Luban put it best,
he wrote Dawson exemplifies the Nice Guy persona that is all-too-familiar today, whereby self-identified
sensitive men perceive themselves as morally superior to and passed over in favor of their
more stereotypically masculine peers.- Hes kind of like Ross in that way. He feels entitled to women because hes nice
and when he doesnt get what he wants he makes this face I dont know what it is about that
face, but it should be next to the word annoying in the dictionary. #5 Screech Powers
I wasnt a big fan of Saved By The Bell and the main reason for that was because of Screech. Even during a reunion sketch on the Tonight
Show with Jimmy Fallon, Screech was not included Because even the most annoying late night
host cant stand Screech. His goofiness was irritating, he never seemed
to understand jokes and somehow he made Zack Morris look cool and Zack Morris is Trash. The biggest critique that fans of the show
had with Screech was that he was oblivious to Lisa not wanting to date him. He would consistently try to convince her
time and time again but ultimately ended up with nothing in return. #4 Ted Mosby
Neil Patrick Harris should be given an award for making this show even remotely watchable. Ted Mosby is the main character of the series,
yet his bland, boring and needy attitude made him insufferable to watch. Even fans of How I Met Your Mother will admit
that the series finale was where everything really went downhill. The whole show was confusing to watch and
you can thank Ted Mosby for that. He narrated from the perspective of telling
his kids how he met their mother. Yet season after season he dated multiple
different women before falling in love with this random woman who turns out to be their
mom. However in classic Ted Mosby fashion he ends
up going back to Robin when his wife passes away. #3 Sheldon Cooper
Ill say it Sheldon, You are the third most annoying television character of all time. Even when Amy insinuates hes being annoying,
he starts being more annoying. He then chases Amy out of his apartment because
she wouldnt say it to his face. Gee I wonder why? Even as a brilliant scientist Sheldon Cooper
has no grasp on basic human concepts like sarcasm. This leads him to come off as egotistical,
arrogant and ultimately belittling to those who actually care about him. Perhaps the thing that made people really
start to dislike this character was his dumb recurring jokes. Like whenever he decided to bother his neighbor
Penny by repeatedly knocking on her door #2 Steve Urkel Introducing the character responsible for
the second most annoying line of dialogue in television history Yes Steve you did do that. Even actor Jaleel White looks back on this
character and cringes. During an interview with CNN he told them
that he doesnt miss playing Urkel nor does he ever want to play a character like that
again. Its not hard to see why, that high pitched
voice is so contrived to sound like a stereotypical nerd. Most people think the show Family Matters
hasnt aged well, but in my opinion thats all thanks to Steve. #1 Janice
And now the moment youve all been waiting for, THE number one most annoying line of
dialogue in television history is Yes and if you combine her oh my gawd, with that horrendous
laugh and add in some Chandler Bing-a-lings, you have the most annoying television character
of all time. Now this is exactly what they were going for
with this one so we cant really expect anything less. However its her scene interjections and story
disruptions that really make you cringe whenever she shows up. That nasally New Yorker accent will go down
in history as the classic side character that annoyed both audiences and the other characters. And that has been the Top 10 Most Annoying
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spice it up shouldn’t we? – Yeah, do you go on dates? – Um no, not really, um maybe someday. I’m a catch, aren’t I? – Yes. – Are you lying? – No and yes. – Okay. – Austin, have you ever been in love? – Yes. – Oh my gosh, did you guys hold hands? – No. – Just look at each other, romantically into each others eyes? Yeah? So this date, we want to spice things up because all they do is
boring dinner dates. So what do you want to do? What shall we make them do? – We could dress up mommy
with a rainbow face, then daddy with dinosaur hands. – Okay, T-Rex hands, rainbow face. So where are they going dressed up? – They’re going to a dance party. – Okay. – And there’s gonna be astronauts. – Okay. – Gorillas and dinosaurs! – Dinosaurs, is there
a band, or is it a DJ? – Maybe a band. – A band, okay. – The band name is Wormy. – Okay, what does the band look like? – Worms. – You want the band to dress like worms? – Yes. – Okay, I like that. – And they’re gonna
drink milk, boiling hot! – Okay, boiling hot milk, nice! They’re gonna love that. What happens after they’re
done drinking their milk? – They go mud wrestling. – Mud wrestling? Awe that’s fun, okay. How do we end this date? – They kiss for five minutes
straight, no talking. – Just just them kissing like this? For five minutes? – Yes. – Okay, I’m down. Five minutes of lip to lip. I think that’s a good date. – I wonder how they’d feel though? – Yeah what do you think they
are gonna think about this? (shocked scream) – That’s probably their gonna
be their mood, 100 percent. – Hi, I’m Elle. – Hi, I’m April. – Nice to meet you. – Hi, I’m Rafael. – Nice to meet you. You guys are Austins parents? – Yes. – How many kids do you guys have? – We have three. – Three, is that overwhelming? – Yeah. – Don’t have a lot of alone time? – We have to sneak it
in where ever we can. – Gotcha, has Austin told you anything about what’s gonna happen today? – Nothing, I’m nervous. – Okay Austin do you
want to tell your parents what’s gonna happen first? – Mom, you’re gonna have a rainbow face. – Okay. – And you’re gonna have T-Rex hands. – What? This is supposed to be a date, right like? – Yeah what am I doing with T-Rex arms? – This sounds not romantic at all. – We’re gonna have a dance party! – Oh okay! – All right, you guys ready to dance? – Lets do this. – Alright lets go. – Dance party! (upbeat electronic music) – Is this weird? – Just a little, just kind of, kind of. Why did you think of this idea Austin? – Because I wanted it to be fun and crazy. – Oh it is, good job! – It is pretty crazy, good job bud. – Why don’t you guys go out more? – Because it’s hard,
there’s three of you guys. – Yeah. – You guys should go dancing more. – I agree. – Sounds good. – Take me dancing more. – Alright. (upbeat electronic music) – Milk break! – Milk break. – Oh is that milk for real? – It is boiling hot milk. – What? – Chug, chug, chug, chug! – Oh man I’m lactose. – Yeah! – Oh excuse me. – You guys feel good? Wanna dance some more? – Lets do it. – Yeah yeah yeah. (upbeat electronic music) – Go dance Elle! – Oh my gosh. – Get it Elle! – I love you! – I love you too! – Feeling it, we should do this at home. – This is probably the best
date we’ve ever been on. – It’s awesome. – It’s gonna get a little messier later. – Messier, okay. – I’m kind of scared. – It’s time to mud wrestle! – What? – Sorry guys, you guys
have to mud wrestle. – Oh I need a new shirt, nope. Not in this jersey. (laughs mildly) – Is that for real? For real? (upbeat electronic music) – Oh wee! That is chunky on the side of my feet. – Yeah it is. (whistle blowing) – Go! (upbeat electronic music) – Yeah! (upbeat electronic music) (whistle blowing) – Mommy wins! – Woohoo! (crowd clapping) (laughing loudly) – Austin. – Is there more? – What’s next? – You have to kiss for
five minutes straight. – Five minutes, that’s
a long time, I’m cold. – Three, two, one. (slow jazz music) – How’s everyone doing? That’s good. Four and a half minutes left. (laughing loudly) (slow jazz music) – Wow, have you ever
seen your parents kiss? – Yes. – Do they usually kiss like this? – No, not this much. – We’re half way now. Wow, enjoying this? A minute and a half, the home stretch. Have you ever kissed someone? – Yes. – Who? – My family. – Oh. – Ten, nine, eight, seven, six,
five, four, three, two, one. – Yay! – Yes! – Okay the party can go home. – Bye guys. – Bye guys. – So how was that? – That was intense, that was definitely not anything we could of imagined. – Wasn’t ready for that
one, but it was a first. – Austin was that everything
you ever imagined? – Yes. – I think I’m a little
sweaty from all that dancing, so I’m gonna head home. – Alright it was so nice meeting you. – Yes, alright you know I’m going to pass. – Okay. – Well high five. – High five. – Bye Austin. – Bye bye.
Don’t disappear on me!
Where are you? I’m outside. You look really great. I know it’s been a while. Eight months. Well, I mean I’m here now. Do you want to talk it out? Kate? Let’s drive around for a bit. Come on. So am I supposed to act like nothing happened? I mean, things have just been really crazy. Like, insane. That’s not even an excuse. I just didn’t think you’d understand. Understand what? Hey, where are you going? Yeah I bet you like what you see don’t you.
Come on. Yeah in your dreams, asshole! What are you doing!? Yeah, you want more!? I had to grow up. I had to go do something. Grow up? Well I’m glad your new job allows you to justify partying with pretentious assholes every night of the week, and call that grown-up. I am sorry, that I wasn’t able to come over and hang out with you every Friday night. Is that supposed to be an apology? I’ve never met anyone as narcissistic, as fucking self-absorbed — Are you serious? I just don’t know why that for like, the first time in my whole life, I’m finally getting what I want, and you just want to take it all from me! I’m moving to London. What? I took a new job. In London. You’re leaving me. You rejected me, Natasha. It really hurt. I don’t know, maybe I needed a new life too. I’m sorry. Well, that’s a start. Look at how beautiful that sky is. Our friendship will last forever, just like that skyline. I’ll be back to visit. When? I don’t know, like, eight months?
Hello everyone and welcome back to another video on my channel. It’s been a very long time since I’ve posted a video here and it’s about time that I provide some sort of update to tell you where I have been and what the future plans for this channel are. So yeah without anything else I’m just gonna get right on into it, um gonna give you a little bit of an overview of from like day 1 to where we are now. If you… If this is your first video if you’re tuning in for the first time, which I highly doubt, but yeah So I originally started my channel I want to say Spring of 2017 and that’s where things got serious. I was uploading daily content and I, was, growing fairly quickly. Um, and my channel kind of just like blew up at the time it was really mind-blowing to me that this many people were actually interested to see my point of view of, um you know a role play game and then alongside that you know some of the other content that I would produce. So it grew really quickly I never thought it would, it was just really really fun because it was gaming and YouTube was always a hobby it never really expected it to be anything and then when it grew so quickly and I realized that it was real and it wasn’t fake, I knew that I had something but I didn’t know what to do because I knew that very shortly after towards the summer of 2017, I would need to take some sort of break because I was planning on attending college after high school and you know if anyone knows what college is about it’s you know it’s fairly busy (and I do apologize for my phone going off in the background), but Um, yeah, so I started college my life got really busy I took a break and My plan was to come back in like mid-2018. Which it kind of did I want to say I was back like around March. I was there for a few months and then I realized that it just wasn’t… Not gonna happen. Like I was just ridiculously busy and you know, Two and a half months maybe went by and it just wasn’t working out. Yeah, so I went on a full-blown hiatus Disappeared from YouTube. Disappeared from the DOJ community. I pretty much just left, I you know didn’t have the time for it and I essentially needed to isolate myself away from gaming so I could focus on school and still go to work, and you know, just make everything work out for me and not have any major distractions so that point in 2018 to now is pretty much my term of my hiatus that I had and Yeah, that’s where I went nothing bad happened to me. I just was really busy and I had a cut a hobby out of my life temporarily That way I could succeed in another department of life that makes any sense whatsoever Doesn’t in my head at the moment, but it might later or it might not Now many will ask if I’m still in the DOJ community and my answer to that is currently I’m not in any community obviously I left the DOJ when I began my hiatus, so it’s not like I can just You know walk right in the doors. Hey, I’m back, you know flash an ID card that was dated 2017 and expect to just everything go back to normal, so For those that are wondering if I will return to the DOJ. I have no idea kind of just Go as if I’m allowed to I will I love to return there and play with some of the people that I used to play with before and you know create content for my YouTube page, but we’ll see what happens definitely going to Create content on this channel. I do want to get back into doing GTA RP it you know, I really enjoy it you guys enjoy watching it. So it’s a win-win situation Alongside that I want to create LSP it for our content because I freaking love that game. It’s just truly truly awesome to play But I also want to continue to branch out to other games such as American Truck Simulator because that’s a cool Way to pass time and just really any other simulator games I really like so lots of new things are come here and I can’t wait for that. Really and yeah, I mean, this is really it I mean Other than that my just being busy is what caused me to go on this hiatus And I totally have been keeping up with my youtube channel during that hiatus I mean the fact that it was still growing even though I wasn’t posting any videos was really mind-blowing to me and Were just over 50,000 subscribers which is Absolutely amazing. And I you know think each and every one of you that have liked commented subscribed, you know if you’re watching this, you’re not it’s just truly amazing to me that that many people cared enough to press a little red button because they thought my content was interesting and It’s really really awesome So I do apologize for going on my hiatus unannounced Looking back at it. I should have made some sort of announcement video saying hey, I’m leaving but I’ll be back but I didn’t and I guess really the most important news here is that I’m back and my Goal is to you know, push out the best and you know Coolest content I guess for 2020 it’s a new year new decade and I I just can’t wait to get back into the games and start recording stuff and Having fun and then posting it to YouTube to share with all of you So I really appreciate you guys taking the time to watch this video I don’t remember if I said it earlier but whatever’s playing on the screen right now is pre-recorded Probably a year ago if not more so that’s just something off my computer. I can’t wait to be back and Thanks again everyone for the amazing support and I’ll see you guys all very soon
– Dig in, eat. – Eat! – Yeah. – Oh yum! (laughing) Hi, I’m Elle Mills and I’m a YouTuber. Food fight! Welcome to Kids Plan where parents allow their kids to come up with a unique date for them no matter how wild the premise. – Yeah, yeah bud. Right in the nose. Can kids help their parents
spice up their relationship and rekindle the spark? Let’s hope so. – Hi. -Hi. – I’m Elle. – I’m Clara. – Nice to meet you. Today, we get to plan your parents’ date. – Ooh. – Isn’t that fun? – Uh-huh. – So, what are your parents like? – My dad, plays guitar. – Does your dad ever
play guitar for your mom? – When she’s going to sleep. (gasps) – That’s really cute. Are your parents in love? – Yeah. – Have you ever been in love? – No. – Do you have a crush on anyone? Oh my god, you do! – No! – Yeah, I could tell you’re smiling! – No I don’t! – Oh, you’re blushing. – Do you have a crush on anyone? – Maybe. – Call your crush right now. I dare you. – I mean okay. I don’t know. (phone rings) (phone answers) Oh my god, wait. Actually I gotta go. He was in the bathtub. (laughing) Um, anyway, we should change the subject. (laughing) So you get to decide what
your parents do on this date, and it could be anything in the world and they have to do it. – Maybe, my parents take a romantic walk with their hands permanently
holding each other. – Permanently holding each other, on a romantic walk. I’m down for that, that’s nice. – Their gonna go to a restaurant, their gonna each at a big table, full of spaghetti and joining them at a table is, um, a bunch of dogs. – A bunch of dogs. Are they still holding hands permanently during the dinner? – Yeah. – So are they just eating with no hands? – Yeah. – Okay. With dogs. – With dogs, I will not forget the dogs. And then what happens after that? – Well, they go down a licorice slide. – Wait, the slide’s made out of licorice? – Uh-huh. They go into a pit of
chocolate and marshmallows, – Okay. and they make s’mores for dessert. – That sounds like fun. I think that’s a good date. – I do too. – Do you think they’re gonna like it? – Um, yeah. – Let’s do it. (clap) Hi, I’m Elle. – Dale. – Nice to meet you. – Hi, Rachael. – Nice to meet you. Has she told you anything about what’s going to happen today? – No. – She hasn’t, she’s done a good job of keeping a secret – Keeping a secret? Do you guys go on a lot of dates? – Once, every couple weeks. – Why do you think your
parents go on dates? – Because, they don’t have a lot of time with just each other, and not much peace and quiet. (laughing) – That’s accurate. – So how do we begin the date? – Their hands are permanently together, holding hands. – Okay, like this? – And going on a romantic walk. – We’re gonna make sure your
hands are together permanently. – Oh. – Okay. – With some duct tape. – What? – How are you gonna get that off? – We’ll figure it out later, that’s a later problem. (upbeat music) (duct tape) – Is this a nice walk? – Yes. – Yeah. – It’s lovely. – Very romantic. – Well, thanks for setting this up Clare. I’ve never felt so close to mom. (laughing) – Just, permanently. (laughing) – Look at the city. – Wow! That’s beautiful. – Hey! – I’ve never seen this before. – You can see the lake. – You guys should go
on more walks together. – Yeah. – I’d like that, particularly without, tape. – Are you guys hungry? – I’m hungry. – Because we have a big surprise dinner. – Oh, no. (upbeat music) – Hey guys, you like what you see? – Yeah. – Yeah. – I know you like bacon. – I do love bacon. – You’re not gonna eat
with your hands today. – Just this one, right? – No. – What? How are we gonna eat? – Like this. (laughing) – Clare has one more surprise. – The big surprise, dogs are joining you at the dinner table. – What? – Bring the dogs in! – You mean actual dogs? (overlapping speech) – You’ll see. (barking) (giggling) – Dig in. (laughs) – I don’t want to! – Dig in! (laughing) – Okay okay okay okay! (cheering) (laughing) This dude is not giving me any space. (laughing) – Share with Juno. – Juno’s already eaten half the plate. – Keep on going! – I don’t think I’ve felt
more romantic in my life. – Like Lady and the Tramp. – With company. Ew. (growling) (laughing) – They’re growling. – They’re fighting mom for all the meat. (barking) – Oh, hi. – Hi. – Clare, you should try. – But then you come. – Okay, if you do it first, I’ll do it. Oh wait, you’re actually going for it. (coughing) Actually, I genuinely
don’t think I could do it. – Are you full? – Yes. – You guys, Clare has one
more surprise for you. – Oh! Yeah, we’re ready. (laughing) – You might like it more. – Okay, good. – Follow me! (upbeat music) – Now it’s time for dessert. – You look pretty proud. (laughing) – What is this supposed to be? – A licorice slide and you go down into a pool of graham crackers, marshmallows, and chocolate. – Wow! – Can your little brother come in? – Yeah. (singing) This is (scream) – I’m going in! ‘Cause there’s water inside of it. Also, there’s cream. (laughing) – That sounds terrible. – Are you serious? – Okay parents, time to slide. (overlapping speech) – I believe in you mom! – It this steady? – Whoa. (scream) – There we go! Yay! (everyone) Ooh! (yelling) – How does it feel? – It feels – Disgusting. (screaming) – Guys, I’m coming in! – What’s happening! – Buddy, buddy why
don’t you just stay out, you don’t have a change of clothes. – Now, you guys are gonna make s’mores. – What do you mean? Ooh. – Here you guys go. – Thank you. – Enjoy your s’mores. (giggling) Make one for me you guys. (giggling) – I feel like this is the most interesting date we’ve ever been on, and quite possibly most romantic. I’ve been meaning to ask you this, just feels like the right time. How much do you love me? – I love you so much that I will do this. I love you because you’re
always kind to all of us. You take good care of our family, and you have an open mind. – This is great. (laughing) This is great. I don’t think I’ve ever convinced you to have this conversation with me. Ooh. – Thank you. – Wow. Maybe I should feed one to mom. – Maybe, no. – That seems pretty romantic right now. Mmm! To the greatest date of all time. (crunch) – Now, it’s time to kiss. (laughing) So how was this experience? – Very romantic. – I’d say surprisingly romantic
for a Clare planned date. – Elle get in. – Okay. (everyone) Do it! Do it! Do it! Do it! (yelling) – Do you have any towels? – I don’t think we
thought this far, so no. Enjoy the ride home. – Yeah. (water splashes) (child screams) – Get out. (child screams) You’re slippery.
“Listen, I think we need a break.” “Listen, I think we need a break.”
“Buddy, the presentation was due last night. What’s the delay?” “Buddy, the presentation was due last night. What’s the delay?”
“Man, did you file your tax returns?” “Man, did you file your tax returns?”
“Hey, can you please help me with this? Last time, I promise!” “Hey, can you please help me with this? Last time, I promise!”
“I think you should start working out.” “I think you should start working out.”
“By when will you be able to send this in?” “By when will you be able to send this in?”
“According to your medical report, you have chronic piles.” I think I need a vacation. But who should I go with? Everyone will have the same excuse. “Oh, sorry bro. I have too much work.” “Oh, sorry man, so last minute. Oh, oh, oh, oh!” Hatt! What’s the harm in making a WhatsApp group though? What the hell? How can you leave just like this? Didn’t even say bye? Wait and see now. Just wait, bro. I’ll remember all of this. Invite me to your birthday now, loser. Add me to your WhatsApp group and see how fast I leave— Now that’s what I call true friendship. Watch and learn, you f— Oh. Oh, sh— Okay, definitely not Goa. Aish and Aniket already went there last month. Sahil hates trekking, so camping scenes are out. Vishal straight up hates travelling. I don’t even know why he’s said yes to this. Shreya will 100% pitch Bali again. Why do people have so many hangups? Oh, damn, damn, damn. I really did not think this through. Uhh, umm… …Goa? I knew this would happen. But while we’re on the topic, “What’s wrong with Goa?” They had to leave sometime. That’s more like it! Now this is what I call true friendship— Oh. Uh… oh sh— Why is everything booked out? Oh, god. Of course, It’s party season. I’m trying to go to Goa in party season. Wow, Shayan, wow. You should teach planning in college. Okay, this shack looks like it could fit us all in, but it looks a little shady. Maybe they’ll be into it though? Didn’t Mom send me some old vacation photos the other day? Like, a few hundred of them? Hotel… Prakash? Oh my god, perfect. Exactly two rooms available. Thank you, vacation gods. Thank you! Oh, okay. Umm… Oh sh— I knew this would happen. Why did I even create this stupid group? Why do you always have to shoot for the stars, Shayan? Just shoot for a cloud or something— Oh, god. Lonavala again? We’ll just do some sightseeing and eat chikki. Chikki. Sightseeing. Sightseeing. Chikki. Bhak! I mean, a vacation is just a state of mind, right? We’ll have so much chikki. Me and Dhruv. Dhruv and me. Chikki brothers. Chikki, do you love me? *unintelligible babbling* Chikki!