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- I think that's a wrap.

[Devo's "Uncontrollable Urge"]

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

- [shouting]

- Oh, my gosh!

- Welcome to "Ridiculousness." I'm Rob Dyrdek.

With me, as always, Steelo Brim and Chanel West Coast.

- Yeah. Love this voice.

- Okay, check it out, guys. [bleep].

- Can you do the whole show like that?

- Look, there was a part of me

for a split second that was like,

"[bleep] it, run the whole thing.

Don't let anybody tell you what type of voice you can use."

- I like it. - And I was just gonna go.

I was gonna go. And it just made me--

as I'm creating in my mind right here,

I was thinking, like, maybe one time

we could just do an episode where we all act drunk.

- Okay.

- Right, for the entire way through.

It could just be fake, and we could just be acting drunk.

- Yeah, that's cool. - You guys don't seem inspired.

- 'Cause we could just get drunk.

- Yeah. - Instead of acting.

- I can't really--I can't--

well, I mean, you know, I'm a good actress,

but I definitely think I'd make a much better real drunk.

- Should we shoot this show drunk every now and again?

- [bleep] yeah. - Man.

- I mean, I've shot it hungover at least, like, 30 times.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah. - At least 30.

- I mean, yeah, more like maybe 130.

[laughter]

- No, no, I really-- I don't even drink that much.

I know that people think I do, but--

- Yeah, no, I'm talking early days, though, man.

Back season one, two, and three,

we were [bleep] hungover every shot.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah. - That's true.

- I'm drunk right now, guys. - Yeah.

I mean, look, I got to be honest with you--

- I'm joking. - I got a confession to make:

I'm drunk every time I come in here.

Well, look, being drunk,

you can do a lot of special things.

We could shoot this show, you can have a lot of fun,

you can love to dance, you can get in fights,

you can drunk dial people, all types of stuff, right?

- Sure. - But what a lot of

drunk people love to do is just throw things, right?

- Mmm. - Because you see something,

you're drunk, your inhibition is dropped a little bit.

Let me give something a toss, okay?

Everybody in this category right here, they're doing

the Hammered Throw. Take a look.

[cheers and applause]

- Get it there, Brad! Aaah! Oh, man.

- He was so close. - Yeah, that's what

I was going to say. So close, yet so far.

- Did not think this through, though.

Like, whose house is this? Because nobody's mad.

- Yeah, they don't even know the neighbors.

Here we go.

One--look at this trash pad. - Oh, my God.

- Okay. - Just get rid of the house.

- It's just like, it looks dirty and it's infested.

This is a house that doesn't stop partying.

- I [bleep] hate how people

don't think I'm a badass. - Oh.

- Who's talking about this guy?

- Yeah.

- I do love him, like, saying

he's a badass, he drank the beer,

and then spit it out, right? He didn't even drink it.

- Just 'cause I don't like to drink?

- Yeah, badass! It's gone.

- Okay, all right. - I don't want it.

- Oh. Oh. - Oh, what did it hit?

- Wait, did it hit the car?

- Yeah, real badass to beat up a Suzuki.

[laughter]

- Wah!

Okay, there's got to be a--all right.

Oh, okay. I mean, really?

- They couldn't flush it first?

- That is so [bleep] disgusting.

- That is just, like, somebody diarrheaed--

- Oh, my God. Whose house is this?

- Oh, man. - No, I mean--

I don't mean to-- there was a clump.

I think--I saw a clump. - Go back. Find the clump!

- I didn't see a clump! - Where you at,

you little nugget?

Oh, man. Dingleberries?

- Dingleberries. - See that little clump

right there? It's like a rabbit poop.

- That is.

Send her! Send her!

Oh!

- Oh, my God! - Oh, the back.

- Man, come on, you can't get her in the--oh, man.

- Oh, oh, oh! Oh.

- That was a straight up and down wrestling move.

There you have it for Hammered Throw.

[cheers and applause]

- Okay, Sterling. - Yes?

- In your baseball days, you ever get beaned by a ball?

- Yeah, yeah, yeah. - Yeah? What's it feel like?

You ever get hit in the face? - No.

You get taught how to, you know,

to actually turn away that. But you--

I'll take one for the team at times if I thought,

like, oh, this pitcher is wild. I'm gonna lean,

I'm gonna crowd the plate a little bit,

and I'm gonna take one on the-- it don't hurt that bad.

- Yeah, no, nothing, nothing. - Yeah.

- Well, look, baseball can be dangerous.

You know, that ball comes flying at you,

it can really hurt.

Take a look at America's Smashtime.

[cheers and applause]

- Come on, Coach Darryl! Oh!

- Oh, oh, oh!

- Bing bing! - Oh.

- Bing bing. - Aw, right to that junk.

If I'm on second base, I'm stealing right now.

- Yeah. Yeah.

- There we go, there we go, there we go.

- Yo, let's go!

- There we go, there we go-- - Back up.

- There we go, there we go. Oh. Oh!

- Caught it. Look at the close-up, though,

of her looking right through the camera.

- Man, her soul. - Ah!

- I'll eat this fence for lunch.

- Hey! - Oh, oh, oh! The one kid--

- Oh, man. Man, just-- - Not paying attention.

- One kid.

- His hat did four flips in the air, look at it.

As soon as he got hit in the head, it's [indistinct].

- Let's get it. Let's get it, power shot.

- He's holding back. - Bam!

- Oh, oh, man. It knocked some sense into him.

- It did. - Legitimately made him smart.

- Whap! All right. - Oh, man, I feel normal again.

- There you have it. We'll be right back

with more "Ridiculousness."

[Devo's "Uncontrollable Urge"]

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

[cheers and applause]

- Welcome back to "Ridiculousness."

Okay, I barbecue, okay?

- Me too. - Me too.

- And I keep it simple, you know what I mean?

And--because I cut the meat up into small chunks,

put it on there, you got a better chance

of cooking it the way you want it, right?

It's my style, okay? Skewers. Skewers, is what I call it.

- Skewers, yeah, that's what I was imagining

is little shish kebabs. - Okay, okay.

- Skewers, right? - I grill.

- You got to have a glove still 'cause those mother [bleep]

get hot, trust me.

- Yeah. - Got a scar to prove it, okay.

How about you guys? Do you-- - I grill.

- You do grill? - Yeah.

Put on my grilling shoes, my grilling music,

boy, I'm a groover. I start grilling. I grill.

- And how does the food taste? - Amazing.

- Amazing, yeah, okay. - Amazing.

- I'm good at grilling too. Honestly,

grilling is what made we start getting better at cooking.

It's much easier to cook when you can see the little lines.

That's how I kind of know it's cooking,

you know what I'm saying?

So, really for me it's the-- what?

It's the best way of cooking

'cause it's, like, oh, I know it's cooked.

The lines are getting there.

- It's scientific. You know what I'm saying?

You [bleep] put some structure to [bleep],

it just makes it easier.

Well, look, we're barbecuers, and we love to do it,

but everybody in this category,

they're just a bunch of Charc-holes.

Take a look.

[cheers and applause]

- Yeah, bro.

Okay. Light it--oh! - Oh, oh, oh.

- Like what?

- What are you cooking In there, dynamite?

- You put so much, like, lighter fluid

that the match smelt it.

Hoo-yah! Hee, hee.

- It's opening. It's opening.

Oh, that better [bleep] do something.

That better do something. Oh!

- My lip ring's on fire! - Do you hear--

everything about him says NASCAR.

- Oh, man. - His shirt says

"Racing Toward Victory."

- He is just like a fleshy NASCAR.

- Yeah.

- Oh! Wahoo! - Yahoo!

- Was that on film? Holy [bleep]!

- I love it.

- I got it.

Park it, I'm good, I'm good, I'm good.

I'm actually--I'm good. What is that?

- Oh, oh, oh. That could have been so bad.

- Oh, my God, guys. - She's so embarrassed.

- Have you seen my sunglasses?

[laughter]

- Nobody trust your cooking.

You got a whole dog hiding under the trampoline,

nobody trust your cooking.

- Look, man, hold up for a second.

How much just miscellaneous horse [bleep]

can you have in one area?

- Literally. - Steak smells like wet dog.

Man, it's like he got, like, fire-farted on.

It's just like-- - That was a full-on fire fart.

- It's, like, coming right out of the gat.

There you have it for Charc-holes.

[cheers and applause]

Okay, look, you guys hot dog or hamburger people?

- Hamburger. - Okay.

- Hamburger, for sure.

- I mean, what's up? Who is a hot dog person?

- Kids. - Yeah.

- Because you don't know what's in a hot dog.

I mean, you can get, like, a nice, like, beef Polish

or, like, an Italian sausage, something, like,

that you can really cook, like chicken sausage.

But a hot dog? - Yeah.

- You don't know what the [bleep] is in a hot dog.

- Yeah, a hot dog reminds me of, like, bologna

in a different form. - Yeah.

- It's, like, raccoon meat. It's a whole bunch of [bleep].

- Yeah, no, there's no doubt. - For sure.

- I mean, but it's almost like the surprise

and delight factor of the hot dog, right?

- If you're gonna live on that side.

- You know what I'm saying?

Where it's, like, hey, we all agree

that you can put any type of meat you want in here.

You know what I mean? And the crazy thing is,

is some people just love hot dogs, right?

It's not a matter of, like,

hey, this is my only option right now.

It's like, if it was up to me,

I'd eat hot dogs every meal,

every day for the rest of my life.

That's basically everybody in this category.

We call it Wiener Worship. Take a look.

[cheers and applause]

- Ah, no.

- It's wiener paradise.

- She's gonna love it. Gonna love it.

- Why is that one up there?

- I feel like that one's hostage.

- You know what, though? This feels like art.

- It really does. - This feels like art.

- It's like a art installation. - Yeah, I would pay for this.

- Yeah, it's like Americana, the Wiener.

- Yeah. [laughter]

- Wait, look-- - Yeah, he was like--

- At the one guy was trying to eat one off.

- Of course he was-- - Don't eat the art, bro!

- Yeah, yeah, for real. - Don't eat the art.

- Don't eat the art, bro. - Oh, yummy.

- Ooh, okay, who is this for? - Oh, yummy, yummy.

- Why is the milk out? It's scaring me.

- Oh, oh!

- No, don't do that! - Oh!

- At no point should we do this. - Ugh.

- Oh, hot dog cereal.

You can't tell me this wouldn't work.

- Oh, my God, this is so, so nasty.

- Oh, God, it's like meat overload.

- Hot Diggy Yums. - Hot Diggy Yums.

- Oh, Hot Diggy-- - Hot Diggy Yums.

- Hot Diggy Yums. Oh, man. - Okay.

- Okay. - One thing to celebrate.

- What are you--okay. - You don't stand a chance.

- Cheater. - Oh, does she? Oh, she does.

- Cheater. - She's, like, making too

much fall out. Like... [munching]

- You don't have to eat the bun, right?

- Yeah.

- No, you have to eat the whole thing.

- Yeah. She's doing, like, the way she sees it on TV.

- Yeah.

- You didn't even eat half of it.

- Man. - But she still won somehow.

- Because, like, nobody's gonna go down

and look on the ground.

They're gonna look through all these Birkenstocks.

[laughter]

- Birkenstocks.

- Oh. Feels like a setup.

- Hey, you want some M&M's?

- [indistinct].

- Yeah, sure, bro.

Yeah, okay.

Imagine he choked and died and M&M wiener joke.

It's assault. You can't put a wiener

in a man's mouth like that. We'll be right back

with more "Ridiculousness."

[Devo's "Uncontrollable Urge"]

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

[cheers and applause]

- Welcome back to "Ridiculousness."

Okay, how would you describe a redneck?

- Hmm. - Um...

Normally white. - Okay.

- Normally. - Okay, fair.

- There's Black rednecks too, but--

- I don't know them.

- Okay. - Call 'em purplenecks.

I'm gonna--normally white.

- Oh, yeah. Is that a real thing?

- No. - Oh.

- Just made it up.

- Now, if you describe--

a redneck person is kind of country,

you know what I mean? You got--

- Their necks are usually actually red, too.

- Right, because they're--

unless they got a nice mullet--

- Farmers.

- To cover it up, right? - Yeah, sure.

- Then how would you describe someone that was extra?

- You're doing too much. - You're doing too much.

- Extra people, yeah, you're just doing too much, man.

You extra. You extraed out. Calm down.

- Are we mixing extra and redneck?

'Cause that sounds great. - I like it.

- You want to know what we're about to do?

We're about to take redneck and extra

and we're gonna [bleep] smash that together.

- Yeah!

- And you know what we're gonna get, right?

- Extra, extra rednecks.

- We are gonna get Rednextra. Take a look.

- Rednextra!

[cheers and applause]

- Oh! - Oh.

- Hey, you can say what you want,

but that [bleep] is a flower.

- It really is, man. Look at that. Just--

- That hair look amazing, don't it?

That mullet, woo-ee! It's done up.

- Man. - NASCAR.

- Drink it, spit it, oh, perfect.

- Yeah, rednecks love NASCAR too, that's one of the things.

- Man, they love NASCAR, they love the smell of beer.

- They usually have those exact sunglasses, too.

- Can you see the Oakleys?

- They love Oakley Blades. - They love Oakley Blades, yeah.

- I'm hungry for lunch.

Oh, oh, oh!

- What the heck is that? - Okay, go--

go back, go back, go back.

The fish was trying to get the bait

and he missed it, and this mother [bleep]

reached down and hand-grabbed him.

- Hand-grabbed him. By the jaw.

- Oh, stupid fish!

- [shouting]

- Ayyy! You got that on video, didn't you? Holy [bleep]!

- You got that on them video [indistinct] right there.

- He tells the story three times a week, at least.

- For sure.

Oh, boy. Okay. Texas!

Texas, I love Texas. Texas, I've always loved it.

- He didn't even get the full [bleep] state!

- No. He missed half of it, and it's just--

- He missed half the state, bro.

- You know you're from, like, Austin,

Austin didn't show up on the brand.

So, you're, like, "Ah, damn it."

- What is this?

- We got ourselves a boat, Billy's Silverline.

Is this dog real or dead?

- The dog is real. - Man, yeah.

- And the fake crocodile almost ate him.

He has to live with that.

- He's just been living life to the--

- This is not a vehicle as well, is it?

- I don't know, man. - This is not legal.

- I don't know if this is legal, but--

- It's a car and a boat. - Yeah.

- It's a car and a boat, it's a boat-car.

There you have it for Rednextra.

[cheers and applause]

Okay, either of you have really sound, strong skulls?

- I don't know, and I don't know

if I want to find out, necessarily.

I think I have a strong skull. - Yeah, man.

- I've been hit in the head a lot.

I'm short, cupboards,

things tend to just be there, you know what I mean?

- Yeah, no, look, look, I've hit my head many a times.

Never been knocked out.

Everybody always thinks I've been knocked out,

all those years of stunts and skateboarding.

No. Rock solid.

- How do you know? - What?

- How do you know? That you've been knocked out?

- I don't remember. - I know.

[laughter]

- No, I'm pretty sure I haven't.

Yeah, I mean, I don't have any blank spaces, but, yeah, look.

I've hit my skull plenty of times, but it's never fun.

You know what I mean? I don't want to test it,

but all these people right here, they love doing it.

Take a look at Hammer Heads.

[cheers and applause]

- One time! - Oh, my god, sir!

- One time. One time.

- That is not how you use this equipment.

- Yo, like, that's crazy.

- Yeah. I mean, you got a thick skull.

- I've been using it wrong this whole time.

[laughter]

- Ah, whoop! Bam! - Oh, oh, oh.

- Night, night, Brad. - Oh.

But you normally just jump

and you go past it to see if you can do it.

You don't actually hit your head on it.

- No, he was committed.

Oh, damn [bleep] it, Debbie, this ain't how it works!

- Oh, oh, oh. - Okay, go back. Is--

- Does she have a cut? - Is this a thing?

- I don't know. - I don't--

- I think she's trying to drop the shot inside of there,

so she headbutts the table to drop the shot.

- That must be what it is. - But I don't know if that's

a thing or they invented this right now.

- Okay. - It's a sake shot.

- Yeah, no, no, yeah, don't you--you hit the table.

- Not with your head.

- Not with your head. Somebody tricked her.

Oh, boy.

- Okay. - Okay.

- He didn't get a high score either.

He got six?

I've never seen anyone get six.

- Wait, that's, like, the lowest number ever.

- That's so low.

- Ah, ah, ah, listen to all the skull meat.

Ah, ah, ah!

- Ah, why? - Listen to it:

Brain, brain, brain, brain.

I tell you what, two guys with really strong skulls

can have a lot of fun together.

We'll be right back with more "Ridiculousness."

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

[cheers and applause]

- Welcome back to "Ridiculousness."

Okay, it's been a while since I've had to run

from the cops, okay?

Really, really enjoyed it

in my younger days, you know what I mean?

Skateboarding is illegal, cops show up, you run.

You run. They chase you.

- Yeah. - It's fun. It's great.

But I haven't had to escape in a really long time.

Either of you guys ever had

to run from cops or escape anywhere recently?

- Recently?

No, I try to stay away from the cops.

- Yeah. [laughter]

- I would say the same.

I don't really have the best luck with cops, so.

- Now have you ever, like, felt trapped somewhere

and you had to get out?

Like, have you ever gone to, like, an escape room for fun?

- Oh, my God! I love escape rooms.

- Me too. I do them all the time.

- What? - I've actually not completed

one that I've tried three times,

and it's pissing me off so bad.

- Okay, so-- - I've done like 10,

15 escape rooms. I love them.

- What the [bleep]? - Yeah.

- And then what happens if you can't get out?

- Well, they let you out eventually.

- It's fun. You would love it.

- Man, that's crazy. I thought no.

And maybe once or twice-- - No, I love them.

- Not, like, I [bleep] love, like--

- I do them with my family. - 15, 20--what?

- If I'm in Chicago, if they come in town, do it here.

- Have you done the one on Sunset?

- I've done it three times.

- The one that has the two rooms where you open the thing?

- This is un-[bleep]-believable. - Yeah, I've been there.

- And you did the one with two rooms, where you open

the one thing and then-- you open a--like, a--

- Just give it away. Just throw their whole--

- [bleep]. - Oh, hey, hey!

- Sorry.

- If you're ever in room two in the escape room on Sunset.

- This is how you get out. - You get out through the exit

on the bottom corner. I didn't tell you.

- You got to try that one. It's sick.

- Okay, well, look, this category is all about

people trying to escape.

Take a look at You'll Never Take Me Alive!

[cheers and applause]

Hey, put me down or I'm hitting the gas.

Front-wheel drive, Jeeple.

- Oh! - Later!

- He got out of there, though.

- Man, that was like-- - Peace.

- He got out of there. Should be a Jeep commercial,

[bleep].

- Got ourselves a scooter outlaw.

- Don't do it, bro!

- Oh, yeah.

- You can pull me over way less aggressive.

- Come get me, bro. Come get me, bro. Idiot.

- Oh, oh! Skrrt.

- It was like he didn't even know the cop

was behind him and just kept going.

- He was like, "He's trying to get past me, I think.

Let me get out your way real quick, cop."

- Yeah, yeah. - "Whoever you're trying

to catch, do your thing." - Man.

You'll never take me alive, I'm out of here.

I'm going to my underground lair, now beat it!

- Oh, my god!

- That was like a scene out of "Tom and Jerry."

- That's what I'm saying, like,

you must know how to use the door.

- Yeah. - You know what I mean?

You trying to tell me that that thing's not screwed down?

I'm out of here.

- We got outfits on, we shouldn't be in here!

- Look, this ain't even my place, you know what I mean?

- I was checking on my crazy dog friends.

- Yo, this is amazing.

- He deserves to get out. He deserves to--

- Okay, oh!

He takes one step and he's over the fence.

- Took his [bleep] glory in two seconds, too.

Everyone was like, "This dog is amazing."

He's like, "That dog sucks."

- You want to know what that dog is? Slow.

Oh, okay, all right.

- That's so cool, though. - I love that--

- It was like an action movie!

- I love that the train is about to, like,

save him from getting caught, though, like--

- Yup, in real life you can actually escape using a train.

All right, that's it for our episode today.

For Steelo Brim and Chanel West Coast, I'm Rob Dyrdek.

We'll see you next time on "Ridiculousness."

- Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

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