Weekly Homework Sheets

- [Dan] Hello, Internet. - [Phil] Hey, guys. Hi. - Hello, Internet. ♪ [music] ♪ - Why do you always make cat whiskers on your face? Hello, everyone! Hey, guys. Hello, hello, hello, hello. - Hello, hello, hello. Hi, hi. In the middle, hey. How you doing? At the very top, hi. Hi. How are you? - Hi. Hello. - So Hollywood, how are you doing tonight? Are you good? All right. Well, Dan, at no point in life, thought he'd be saying that, seriously. But good that you are good. Yes. - Yeah. So Dan, as we're here in Hollywood... - We are, indeed. - I would like three facts about Hollywood, please. - Wait. What? - Three facts. - You can't just ask me to give them facts. I don't have anything prepared. - I mean you must know something about Hollywood. Come on. Fact one. - Okay. I know something that happened this morning. We were walking through Hollywood, and we saw Shrek's star on the Walk of Fame, seriously. - That we did. - I am not joking. We were just looking down, and I was like, "Wait. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. My senpai." It was good. It was an emotional moment for me. - There was actual tears on that Shrek star. - There were, actually. - Fact two. - Another fact is that this is the actual theater where the Oscars happen. That's awesome, right? You guys, you are sharing seats with some celebrity butts. I am telling you that, seriously. - Definitely. - Just soak it up. Oh, yeah. - Fact three. - Obviously a fact is that the people of Hollywood have beautiful American accents. That's true. - Yes. - It is a wonderful thing for us Brits. I have an idea. As Phil just so kindly put me on the spot like that, how's about Phil gives us his best American accent? - You can't make me do an American accent. - We all want to hear Phil attempt that. Don't we? Come on. - I am sorry in advance. Oh, hey, Hollywood. I'm so happy to be here. That was terrible. That was really bad. - What was that? Okay. - I'm sorry. - Well, I don't know about you guys, but I feel like we should move on before we get deported. Yeah. Right. Well, this is all good. Phil, I don't want to alarm you or anything, but look around. What the heck is all of this stuff? Isn't that one of your house plants, Phil? - Yes. There's my cactus, Loki. - Loki? - Yeah. - I wasn't aware you started naming your house plants. - I named the cactus. - Okay. But no, look. It's the rubber duck from our bathroom or the stickers from your laptop. - There's my Sharpie collection as well. - What is under that thing? - You know I can't resist something covered with a mysterious cloth. - Should Phil pull it off? Yeah, come on, Phil. - Wow. - That's huge. - I'm going to ride it. - You're going to what? - I'm going to ride it. - Okay. Phil is mounting the giant lion, everybody. [cheering] - It's so majestic. - Right. So if there was a giant lion under that sheet, then I wonder what's going to be under that one. Okay. I think we all know. Let's see. Okay. And it is... a giant llama. Wow. Oh, would you look...

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