♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ – (FBE) All right, we’re gonna
show you a series of videos… – And the goal is
you try not to laugh. – (FBE) …and the challenge
is you can’t smile or laugh. – Oh no. (giggling) I’ve always wanted to do this. – I like these videos,
but I’m really bad at them. – (FBE) So these videos
were chosen by viewers from all around the world
who think their submissions are going to make
you lose this challenge. – Good luck. – The fans, they throw us
some tough ones out. – Just watch and see.
I’m gonna win. – I can get in that mindset
now that, like, I don’t want to smile or laugh. – I am bad at all these challenges. – Can I just get duct tape
and put it over my mouth? – I am super– oh, stop smiling! (seriously) I am ready. – I didn’t bring my funny bone
with me today, but I’m not sure. It might have
sneaked in. (chuckling) – (man) I wore the wrong socks. – He wore the wrong socks. Is he barefoot?
– (director) Take one. – It’s not even funny. (polar bear slipping)
Oh man. – (man) I did get to ride a–
– (chuckling softly) Aaah! (buzzer) – My kids and I have spent hours
watching the videos where (giggling) the dad
is watching people fall on the ice and I’ve already– I laughed,
talking about something else! I’m the worst at this!
(buzzer) (falling hard) – (exhaling softly) I’m trying to not. – (crew) Whoa!
– Ooh, he saved himself. (skate blades scraping ice) – You– you have skates on. You should know how to skate. – Why does he get ice skates,
but the polar bear doesn’t? (falling hard)
– There he goes. (chuckling) Wait, did that count? (buzzer) (falling hard)
– (chuckling) Ah shit! (laughing)
I giggled. (buzzer) (falling hard) – Why do people find
someone basic tripping funny? (falling hard) – I won’t laugh at that
because, you know, he fell. – I know the feeling.
Who can walk on ice? No one can walk on ice, especially not in a big bear suit. (falling hard) – You think after the fourth take,
that they would put something down for him. – (director) The line is
“Baked in a buttery, flaky crust.” – (actor) Baked
in a buttery, fla– crust. – “Buttery” what?
(tone) – (actor) Baked
in a buttery, flaming crust. – I definitely know how that guy feels.
(tone) – (actor) …in a buttery,
flagrant crust. – Help the guy. Change the lines. – (actor) A crispy crust.
– It’s “flaky.” – (actress) Flaky! – (actor) I thought I said “flaky.”
– (cracking up) Reminds me of me,
that’s why. (laughing) (buzzer) – (actress) You should have
had me do that. – Let her say it! – (actor) Baked in a buttery ffff–
– (actress) Flaky. – (actor) Flaky crust.
– (crew laughing) – Even the crew is just like,
“Are you guys serious?” – (actress) Baked in a bake– oops! – (actor cracking up)
– (giggling) (buzzer) – (actress) Baked in a bake– oops!
– (actor cracking up) Yeah, boy!
– Dear Lord. Don’t they have cue cards?
Come on, people. – ♪ I’ve been watching ♪
– Nope. Nope. Nope. I’ve seen this too many times. – ♪ At night, I think… ♪
– (groaning) (wheezing laughter)
(buzzer) – ♪ At night, I think of… ♪
– (laughing) Okay. Okay, okay. What the f–?
(buzzer) – ♪ …I think of you ♪
– (scoffing) (buzzer) – Adorable.
(banging head) – Ow! Ay.
♪ (slow-mo music) ♪ (collision in slow-mo) – I’m good. Again, just people getting hurt. I don’t know. Just doesn’t tickle my funny bone. – ♪ Uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ ♪ Chia! ♪
– Nope. No, nope. – ♪ Uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ ♪ Chia! ♪ ♪ Uh-huh, uh-huh ♪ ♪ Chia! ♪ – Not sure what that
was supposed to be. – (customer) Can we have one
original BBQ Smokehouse meal, please? – (worker) All right, boys,
is that chicken or beef? – (customer) Beef, please.
– (worker) It’s gotta be beef! And what drink on that, bad boy? – (mumbling incoherently) – (worker) Oi, oi,
a little classical Coke? Anythin’ else?
– Is he being punk’d? I feel like this is a punk’d. – (customer) Can I have two
six chicken nugget meals, please? – (worker) Lovely,
two little six nugget meals. And what Pika-choosing drink
are you gonna go for? – That would be me
if I worked at McDonald’s. – (customer) 7 Up, please. – (worker) 7 Up, is that for both?
– (customer) Yes, please. – (worker) Lovely,
so we’ve got 14 up! – No. Nah, nuh… no, no, no, no. – (customer)
Can we have sweet chilli? – (worker) Again,
saucy with sweet chillaaay. Anything else?
– (giggling) I can’t. He’s just so cute with his accent! No!
(buzzer) – (cameraman) No, that’s great.
Thank you very much. – (worker) Gorgeous! I’ll reel you one in
for the next window, my friend. Ciao, ciao! – This is somebody
who is very bored with his job, and has found a way to survive,
and I like it. (silence) – (worker) How are you doing tonight? – (customer) I wanna [bleep] die.
– (worker) Same. – (cracking up) Dang it!
Okay, fine. I’ll give you that one.
(buzzer) – (customer) I wanna [bleep] die.
– (worker) Same. – Wow, that’s dark. That’s grim. I do like existential humor. – Oh, spelling bee kids, love them. – (pronouncer) “Numnah.” – Is that a real word?
– (audience cracking up) – (announcer)
Did you hear “numb nuts”? What?
– What? I feel bad for that kid.
– “Numb nut.” – (audience cracking up)
– Damn it! It’s not that funny!!
(buzzer) – (FBE) All right, so you did lose. – See, now I’m not laughing because I’m sad that I lost. (chuckling) – I admit defeat… again. – I’m so pissed, you guys! UGH! I was so good
the whole time. – Honestly, I think
this was the best round that I’ve seen so far. That was amazing.
I needed that in my life. (chuckling) – Thanks for watching, everyone. – Want more laughs?
Then subscribe. There are new shows every week. – We’ll see you next time,
everyone. Bye! – Hey, guys, Alyssa here,
a producer from the React channel. Thanks so much for watching
this episode. If you think you have a funny video
that will break our reactors, leave it in the comments. And have a flaky, crispy day.