MAN 1: I saw this shirt
inSkyMallthe other day that was the length
of a tucked-in shirt, but it was untucked. MAN 2: Yeah, I saw that.
That’s in the issue with the beef jerky yoga mat
on the cover, right? MAN 1: Mm-hmm, yeah, you get
the, uh, clean-cut look of a tuck with the “let it all
hang out” feel of an untuck. MAN 2: I don’t know.
I’d just be concerned about midriff exposure
during reaching. I don’t like people having
access to my soft parts. Yeah, and I do
a lot of reaching. I can’t go
to a grocery store without a-a lady stranger
asking me to get something
off a shelf for her. Well, you should start
charging for that. Rhett the Reacher,
at your service. WOMAN:
And we’re out. All right,
thanks, everybody. Have a good weekend. WOMAN:
Guys, we’re running behind. This episode goes live
in the morning. Real life glasses. You know, my dad tucks
his shirt into his underwear. -Really?
-Yeah, he’s done it for years. I always thought
it was ridiculous, but then he sent me
this article the other day that said something
like 80% of men who tuck their shirts
into their underwear feel more confident. Well, now I’m curious. -Okay.
-(slurping) Your dad is a genius. I feel like
I’ve lost the ability to understand what fear is. Whatwhatis? (sighs deeply) Good mythical morning! Thank you. We got to do something that
requires extreme confidence. Double-blind,
double high five? (grunts) -Yes!
-Oh, yeah! I’m gonna use
the pencil sharpener. It’s always scared me. (whoops) (laughs) I’m gonna start a sentence
and not know where it’s going. Sometimes when I… freshen my m…ocha, I live a little! -(laughs)
-You did it! What else can we do? You could climb the pole. ♪ ♪ This is gonna be awesome. I’m not a good pole climber. I-I don’t have
pole-climbing arms. I have napkin-dabbing arms. Just get on the pole,
I’ll walk you through it. Now, put your feet on there. I’m scared. Listen are you untucked
or are you tucked? All you got to do
is pull with your arms and hold with your legs. Okay. -I’m doing it!
-Okay. Do that a whole lot more
until you get to the top. Okay. (grunts) -That’s it. Yep.
-(grunting) -Pull with my arms.
-Keep it up. Pull with my arms. Hold with my legs. Pull with my arms. Hold with my legs. Pull with my arms. Hold with my legs. I did it!
I made it to the top! (whoops) This is amazing. It’s almost indescribable. Well, describe it. I see a glorious mountain range with a giant football player
peaking over the horizon. And a woman with corn,
so much corn! And there’s another woman. And she’s handing a child to
a half-man, half-tiger hybrid. It’s all so beautiful. I want to be there! You know, I think that might be
a half-man, half-jaguar hybrid. LINK:
Oh, I think you’re right. ♪ ♪ What else can we do? I still feel tucked up. Well, I feel like
I finally got the confidence
to tell you something. Okay. Remember that summer
between third and fourth grade you spent with your aunt? -Yeah, worst summer of my life.
-Worst summer of your life. And you were back home
by yourself, -bored out of your mind.
-Bored out of my mind. -Walking in circles around your
-Walking in circles around my -room waiting for me to return.
-room waiting for you to return. Yeah, that’s not true. Well, what kind of shapes
were you walking in? (sighs) I was at space camp. Space… Camp. -Was it–?
-Phenomenal– yes. -Did you eat space ice cream?
-Every day. Even got it
for breakfast sometimes. -For breakfast?
-On Tuesdays, we got it for breakfast
and breakfast dessert. -Breakfast dessert?
-Yes, it was literally the best time of my life, and I’m always
thinking about it. I just don’t
tell you about it, because I don’t want
to upset you. But now that I have told you, I feel like
I can finally give you this. -Space wings.
-Cadet Neal? Welcome to
the space camp family. You finally
earned your wings. Oh, but I didn’t go. I’m kind of just
doing this for me. If you could go along with it,
I’d appreciate it. Okay, I think I’m ready. In honor of your dedication
to NASA’s space program, with this bold commitment
to exploring the far reaches of our galaxy and beyond,
which is suffering significantly thanks to cuts in federal
funding and the increased privatization of space travel
by the likes of Elon Musk– who despite dubious personality
traits and a weird name, does seem to be
genuinely interested in the pursuit of science– despite all that, I award you with this pin that when placed
on your lapel or breast area if there is no lapel, officially makes you a space camper. -You crying?
-Yeah. -You want to get some boba?
-Yes. Well, it’s a good thing
we’re tucked. Well, I know
it’s a choking hazard, but why do I need extreme
confidence to get boba? Well, we do if we’re gonna take
the shortcut through the alley. Scary alley. ♪ ♪ Literally anything could be
hiding in the dark. Anything. ♪ ♪ ♪ I’m not afraid of the dark ♪ ♪ I’m afraid
of what’s in the dark ♪ ♪ That I cannot see
because it’s so dang dark ♪ ♪ So dang dark, so dang dark,
so dang dark, so dang dark ♪ ♪ There might be
a ghost in the dark ♪ ♪ That’s pretty unlikely ♪ ♪ But there definitely
could be a slippery spot ♪ ♪ And that’s arguably
even more frightening ♪ ♪ There might be
a sudden level change ♪ ♪ Like an unexpected
step down ♪ ♪ Your foot is
still up in the air ♪ ♪ When your brain thought it be
on the ground by now ♪ ♪ There might be some fungus ♪ ♪ ‘Cause they like it
where it’s dark and moist ♪ ♪ Wait, are we talking
about mushrooms? ♪ ♪ Athlete’s foot,
but you make a good point ♪ ♪ Some mushrooms are deadly ♪ ♪ And in the dark
I might be fooled ♪ ♪ But it’s not like
you’d have to eat it ♪ ♪ But you know how much
I love mushrooms ♪ ♪ I’m not afraid of the dark,
I’m afraid ♪ ♪ Of what’s in the dark
that I cannot see ♪ ♪ Because it’s so dang dark,
so dang dark ♪ ♪ So dang dark,
so dang dark, so dang dark ♪ ♪ There could be
two fractions in the dark ♪ ♪ And they need
to be added together ♪ ♪ But I don’t remember
how to add fractions ♪ ♪ And I don’t have
a calculator ♪ ♪ There might be
a jury summons ♪ ♪ And it says you got to go
in on your birthday ♪ ♪ Gonna have to look
at murder photos ♪ ♪ While I’m trying to enjoy
my ice cream cake ♪ ♪ There could be
a brand-new home ♪ -♪ Congratulations ♪
-♪ But they started fracking ♪ ♪ At the edge
of my neighborhood ♪ ♪ And now my home
is depreciating ♪ ♪ What if there’s
a blank canvas? ♪ ♪ Where do I even start? ♪ ♪ And is it even
worth the risk? ♪ ♪ Who am I? ♪ ♪ Should I go back
to law school ♪ ♪ I’m not afraid of the dark ♪ ♪ I’m afraid
of what’s in the dark ♪ ♪ That I cannot see,
because it’s so dang dark ♪ ♪ So dang dark, so dang dark,
so dang dark, so dang dark. ♪ Maybe this isn’t
such a good idea. But there’s boba
on the other side. We got to ride the tuck. Ride the tuck for the boba. (rattling) I think we should
walk different. -“Walk different”?
-Yeah. Like something’s wrong with us
so nobody messes with us. Okay. (moaning) -What was that?
-A noise! I think we should
make noises, too. (moans) (bellows) Sounds like a cow. (slow roar) Sounds like a bear that’s
just coming out of hibernation. -But that’s scary, right?
-No. I think they’re really
vulnerable at that stage. -(deep growling)
-Oh, yeah. That’s nice. -(growling)
-(moaning) Hot meal of… Bath salts! (grunts) -(growling)
-(moaning) Freeze, tweakers! We’re not on drugs. You got your shirts
tucked in your underwear. Uh, it was for confidence. -Th-there was a study…
-Put your hands up! Ah. You’re a space camper? No…
(stammers) Actually, yes. Yes, I am. I said hands up! (moaning) Dude, all we wanted
was some boba… Come on, man,
that’s not how it works. The current travels through
the path of least resistance between the two probes. That means that you’re
on the outside of the circuit. What you’re experiencing now is psychosomatic
sympathy convulsions. -Uh, you’re right.
-Wait. Rhett? And Link? Yes. Oh, oh, oh, oh!
I’m sorry, man. I’m sorry.
Ooh, let me get that out of you. (all slurping) You know I actually
saw that article. That study was paid for
by an underwear company that wanted free advertising
every time people reached. An unbiased follow-up study found no link between
tucking and confidence. Um… I didn’t know
you were in L.A., man. Oh, yeah, I’ve been here,
what, two months now. I think graduation was
the last time we saw each other. -Yeah.
-Actually, I saw you
at Crabtree Mall, uh, back home
a few Christmases ago. -And you didn’t say hello?
-Well, you seemed really in the zone
with your Sbarro. Plus, I mean, we’d just have had
that conversation you have when you see somebody
from high school. Hey, man.
Hey. How you doing?
Good, good. You seen anybody? I’ve seen Trent.
He’s a gynecologist now. Really?
Yeah. Makes sense. (laughs)
You’re probably right. That’s the conversation
we would’ve had. Wait, Trent’s
a gynecologist now? -Yeah.
-Yeah. Makes sense. Hey, but you guys. Oh, you guys
are living the dream. Making YouTube videos–
“Good mythical morning.” -Crazy.
-(laughs) You got something special, man. Being able to work
with your life-long best friend and making videos that millions of people
watch every day. Don’t take that
for granted, man. -We won’t.
-Yeah. Me, you know, I’m just
doing this security thing as my day job–
well, my night job. But I moved to L.A.
to pursue my true passion. Magic, I do magic. Magic, cool. Oh, what kind of tricks? Oh, no tricks. Like, actual magic. I mean, I do
a traditional magic act. But it’s not an act. (chuckles) It’s real. Most magicians that people are familiar with,
you know, they’re all slight of hand,
they’re just tricksters. David Blaine’s a trickster. -Copperfield– trickster.
-Criss Angel? Weirdo, but he is a magician. You guys should
just come see it. I got a show tomorrow night. -Okay, yeah, yeah.
-Okay, I think I can make that. All right, sweet. I don’t have my phone. It probably came out
when you were getting tased. Oh, sorry. I don’t see it. It’s got to be
around here somewhere. Let me call it. I mean, it’s
password-protected, right? Of course. I mean, it’s not like
there’s somebody out there who’d want to steal your phone to hack into all
of our social media accounts. Or God forbid, the thing that
we poured our lives into for the past five years. The thing that
we find our personal self-worth and identity in that we should probably
see a counselor about? The thing that if it was taken from us would
probably ruin our lives, but make a great plot device. Good mythical… It’s ringing. (phone ringing)