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Rhett and Link met up with First We Feast/Hot Ones’ host Sean Evans to take on an insanely spicy curry dish, while trying to answer trivia questions. Each wrong answer means another bite of the killer phall curry from New York’s Brick Lane Curry House.
“Paper or plastic?” It’s a simple question we thought we knew the right answer to. But Rhett & Link’s latest tune points out that not every decision we make is as straight forward as it seems. Bottom line: A whale is gonna die.
Rhett & Link do their best to be one with nature as they camp out in their sleeping bags. Though their definition of “roughing it in the great outdoors” includes use of the latest in camping technology.
We’ve had brief moments of curiosity about what the food our animals eat actually tastes like, but have never dared to try it for ourselves. We’ve left it to Rhett and Link to do the dirty work, as they blind taste-test various pet foods.
Rhett & Link are back with a new song, and it’s a catchy little pop tune about stealing food off of your buddy’s plate. As is par for the course with these guys, the absurdity escalates quickly. Download the track on iTunes.
For the series Good Mythical Morning, Rhett and Link create a number of edible items using the tools kids use to work with Play-Doh. While it’s not the most appetizing way to prepare food, it’s got to taste better than Play-Doh itself. Or not.
Just because we are enjoying Rhett & Link’s latest ode to obsessive compulsive behavior doesn’t mean that we can relate to it at all. It’s just funny. No really, we never organize candy by color or get upset when the pizza isn’t evenly cut.
Kicking off their new series Slamazon,Rhett & Link recite Amazon product reviews, while doing impressions of what they think the reviewers looked like. There’s so much weird stuff on Amazon, they could milk this one for a while.
Here in TA’s glorious hometown, people who used to be good drivers have become morons, thanks to those pesky smartphones. Watching Rhett and Link’s latest rap battle is almost like getting behind the wheel here on any given day.
Comedy duo Rhett and Link get together with comedy duo Key and Peele to school us on the finer points of posing for photographs. Of course, you can only do these poses if you’re part of a comedy duo… or a comedy quartet.
Rhett and Link prove they don’t just love their mommas, as they battle it out once more to prove whose daddy is superior in every way. Catching a swordfish with a fish sword wins as far as we’re concerned.
(Spoilers?) No time to see Man of Steel yet? Rhett and Link’s Middle School Musical crew has you covered with their interpretation. While we’re not sure they conveyed the entire plot, we learned plenty about Kevin Costner.
“You’re on your own. You should be scared”, is Rhett and Link’s warning to high school graduates. Rightfully so. You Only Live Once? Pfff. Not only is that grammatically incorrect, you’ll soon change that to Once is Enough.
Rhett and Link poke fun at some of the more complicated board game rules out there with a game of Risky Settlers Knights and Allies of the Lords of Dominion of Earth (Pandemic Edition). And here we thought Mouse Trap was difficult.