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  • - Today we sniff some tasty oxygen. - Let's talk about that.

  • ♪(theme music)♪

  • - Good Mythical Morning. - Oxygen. It's all around you.

  • - Breathe it in. - (both inhale)

  • But don't get your hopes up because, you know what? It's mostly nitrogen!

  • It's only 20.95 percent oxygen and about seventy-eight percent nitrogen,

  • and there's some other gasses that are not really important.

  • Argon, carbon monoxide, you know, that kind of stuff.

  • And sometimes 20.95 percent oxygen is just not enough,

  • and some enterprising people have decided to make oxygen bars,

  • which are businesses where you go in and sit down on a stool,

  • - put some tubing in your nose, - (laughs)

  • and suck in pure, uncut oxygenated oxygen.

  • - Sounds fun. - They say that there's all

  • type of benefits to this, including removing toxins,

  • enhancing well being, reducing stress, strengthening your immune system,

  • - and even curing cancer. - Mm. They say. Yes,

  • but you know what they also, instead of just sniffing the oxygen,

  • said, "Let's make this fun, and let's flavor that oxygen."

  • That's a thing that exists, and today we're going to find out

  • if we can tell what flavor oxygen is by sniffing it in our noses.

  • - It's time to play: - (bubbly sound)

  • What Flavor Is This Oxygen That We Be Breathin' In

  • Through Tubes In Our Noses, Friend?

  • - Here we are at the oxygen bar. - Party time!

  • It is tended by a bartender. Didn't necessarily come with it.

  • - Guy looks a lot like Chase. - Hello, bar key. What's your name?

  • - Hi, I'm Chasé. - (Link) This is very science-y looking.

  • There's, like, bubbles coming out of bottles that are colored differently.

  • - Is it safe? - Absolutely.

  • - You don't know. - It's oxygen.

  • - He's never done this. - You don't know.

  • We just put you back there and told you to turn some valves.

  • - (Link and Chase laugh) - Alright, so,

  • we should get hooked up here. We've got the oxygen nostril-ators.

  • - That's the proper name. - I've never put one of these on.

  • This is like what they do at the hospital.

  • - Doesn't go over your head, dude. - (laughs)

  • - See, I've never done it before. - Nostril-ate it.

  • - Oh. That's kinda nice. - And then put it on the ears.

  • - Ear it up. - Ooh.

  • - And then bring 'er down. - And tighten it down?

  • And then boooop! Right there.

  • I feel like we're both going into surgery together,

  • which we should do, by the way. I've been meaning to talk to you

  • about that. We both need a little--

  • We should do that together.

  • My ears are a little tight-ish. Are you saying perform the surgery

  • or have surgery performed on us in tandem?

  • We should do it together and hold hands at the same time.

  • Right, like the one where they make it where you can't make babies?

  • - Yeah. That one. - Let's talk about that later.

  • - (crew laughs) - For now, we're just gonna oxygen-ate.

  • - (blubby sound) - (both) Round one!

  • - Alright, the tubes are connected, Chasé. - Smells like plastic oxygen right now.

  • Well, he hasn't opened the vales yet, have you Chasé?

  • - Nope, I'm about to right now. - (Link) Alright,

  • you guys know what we're smelling, but we do not.

  • - Ooh. - Is that it?

  • - Just breathe. - There you go.

  • - I don't know how to do this. - (crew laughs)

  • - You don't know how to breathe? - I don't know how to do it, man.

  • Just breathe, man. It's subtle. It's refreshing yet subtle.

  • - It's very subtle. - Is it flowery? It's very pleasant.

  • - It's got a tangy sweetness to it. - I find doing this helps.

  • Is that recommended? I have a guess.

  • - I have my guess too. - Alright. Three. Two. One.

  • - Orange. - Roses.

  • - You sayin' orange? - Roses?

  • - It's called 'The Grove', which is orange. - No, it's citrus-ey.

  • - (ding sound and buzzer sound) - Aw, man. You nailed it!

  • It was either lemon, grapefruit, or orange. I went with orange.

  • - Oh, dude. I'm not off to a good start. - You said roses?

  • - (crew laughs) - You know what roses smell like, right?

  • Yeah. Like this! You got the wrong valve open on me?

  • - (laughs) - (bubbly sound)

  • - (both) Round two! - What's good here, bartender?

  • - I recommend two. - (Rhett and crew laugh)

  • - (Link) Smellin' number two. - I still smell orange.

  • You gotta clear the pipe of the orange roses smell.

  • - I'm also starting to feel good. - Are you invigorating?

  • - I feel smarter. - (crew laughs)

  • - I feel like I've got a sixth sense. - It kinda builds,

  • but it starts subtly. Are you getting it yet?

  • - I gotta do my thing. - Hold on.

  • I think I just need to get nothing but that in there.

  • Oh. That doesn't help at all.

  • - (crew laughs) - Oh, really?

  • - I'm not getting a scent yet. - I mean, I have a guess.

  • Are you getting a rea-- I'm not getting a reading at all.

  • - I'm getting a read, yeah. - I gotta shake my tube or something.

  • Shake your tube. That'll solve everything.

  • - Alright. Mm. - Alright. Three. Two. One.

  • - Blueberry. - Lavender.

  • The answer was 'uplifting' which is peppermint.

  • - (buzzer sound) - Peppermint?

  • - Oh. Hold on a second. - I didn't get any peppermint in that one.

  • I wanna go ahead and say I've been cheating by looking at the color

  • of the bubbles, and so I said orange for the first one

  • - because it was orange. - Aw!

  • - (both laugh) - Hey!

  • - (bubbly sound) - (both) Round three!

  • Alright, Chasé. Fire this one up.

  • - (Chase) Alrighty. - Mm.

  • I think I'm gonna give you guys the name of this one without the aroma.

  • - It's called-- - Okay. We get a hint?

  • - Oh yeah. - Oh, you think we need some help?

  • I think you might need it. This one's called 'invigorating'.

  • - Oh, that is so helpful Chasé. - You're welcome.

  • - I'm being invig'd. - I don't think that leather would

  • - be one of them. - Leather is invigorating for you?

  • - (laughs) Well-- - When worn where?

  • I'm just saying, leather is the first thing that came

  • to my mind when I started to analyze this smell.

  • I think I know it. Mm. What color is it?

  • - It's clear. - (crew laughs)

  • - Is mine in right? - No, dude.

  • - (laughs) - You got one right in--

  • - Shove it up your nose! - Oh!

  • - And now breathe through your nose. - Ooooh.

  • I've got this one. I'm all over this.

  • Alright guys. In three. Two. One.

  • - (both) Pine. - Blackberry.

  • - (buzzer sound) - What?!

  • - (Rhett and crew laugh) - Blackberry?

  • - Hold on. - Blackberry's growing under the pine tree!

  • - (bubbly sound) - (both) Round four!

  • - Pine, huh? - Fire it up, Chasé.

  • - (Rhett) Oh. Ooh. - This one is called 'tropical'.

  • I feel like I could do more right now. We should be doing something productive

  • instead of sitting here and smelling oxygen.

  • We could have, like, cords that go on for like fifty yards,

  • - and we could just-- - I want it all the time.

  • - What is it? - Oxygen, man.

  • - What flavor? - Oh.

  • - You don't even have a clue? - Tropical, huh?

  • Trop-i-cal. I'm going to the tropics via

  • - my nose holes. - I think I might know this one

  • because I'm guessing something that's tropical and then I'm trying to confirm

  • it with my smell buds and I believe that's happening.

  • - It's like I'm on vacation right now. - I feel like we should fight right now

  • or something. Don't you feel like you could, like--

  • I feel like we could go twelve rounds, bare knuckle.

  • - I feel like I could bust through a wall. - (laughs) Yes.

  • Not a physical wall. More like an emotional wall.

  • - Okay. - (laughs)

  • - Alright, I'm gonna guess. - Alright, gentlemen.

  • In three. Two. One.

  • - Piña Colada. - Coconut.

  • - Piña Colada. - (buzzer and ding sound)

  • (laughs) Yes! Yes! Don't you taste the piña colada?

  • - (bubbly sound) - (both) Round five!

  • - What's in a piña colada? - (Stevie) It's rum, coconut milk,

  • and pineapple juice, so, technically you can get a third of a point.

  • - We'll give you a third of a point. - Okay.

  • - Alright. Alright. Coconut is a third of a-- - Give the poor guy a third of a point.

  • What's the ratio of coconut in a piña colada?

  • - It's ninety percent of a piña colada! - You're gonna loose that battle

  • - if you go down that road. - Piña colada.

  • - Alright. Is this one going, Chasé? - You guys are going.

  • - This one is 'timber'. - Mm.

  • - Okay, so it's a tree. - We've already guessed pine one time.

  • It's not as strong as what I thought pine was before.

  • - No, it's not. - Which was what? What was that?

  • - Blackberry? - Yep.

  • Blackberry's pine. This is not pine.

  • - I'm thinking oak. - Why would they make oak?

  • - (crew laughs) - I don't know,

  • - I think you should guess oak. - I mean, why would they make pine?

  • - (funny voice) "I need to smell some pine." - Timber?

  • (normal voice) I feel like I can see longer.

  • - Like I just sa-- - Like a longer duration?

  • - (laughs) - And for a longer distance.

  • You're like an owl. You're becoming an owl.

  • Do you not feel these things? I feel like my eyes got--

  • - No. I don't even smell anything. - If there was a knob on the back of

  • each eye. It was like somebody went in and was like, "Bloop! Turn it up!"

  • - (inhaling) - but my laser vision is not helping

  • - with my smell-o-vision. - They're all so subtle to me.

  • But I think that if it was more-- If it was any stronger,

  • you'd get tired of it, but this way you keep sniffing

  • - (Link) Yeah, yeah. - and sniffing and sniffing

  • - until time's up. - Hold on, I feel like I can see longer.

  • - (laughs) - No. Alright.

  • - I can, man. - I've got my guess.

  • - I got a guess, too. - Okay. In three. Two. One.

  • - Cedar. - Spruce!

  • - Cedar. - Spruce.

  • - Cedar. - It's Christmas Tree.

  • - (buzzer sound) - Spruce!

  • - That's a Frazier Fur, man. - Oh, look up what percentage of

  • - Christmas trees are Spruces! - (Stevie) Christmas trees are fur trees,

  • pine trees, and spruce trees, so, I feel like I should give it to you!

  • - I get a third of a point. - (ding sound)

  • - A third of a point. - (bubbly sound)

  • - (both) Round six! - Release the oxygen!

  • - (Chase) There you go. Breathe. - Oh.

  • It's taking me somewhere. You know, scent's tied to memory

  • - stronger than actually even being there. - I don't think that's exactly how the

  • saying goes. I think it's, "The strongest scent tied

  • to memory is smell," but go with that.

  • - I'm going to a funeral. - (Rhett) You're smelling balming liquid?

  • Yeah. I feel like I'm at a funeral for my great aunt,

  • - What? - and I didn't know her that well.

  • - She only had one leg. - This smells like your great aunt?

  • Yeah. She only had one leg. Yep. I've got it.

  • - I need a hint, man. - This one is called 'summertime'.

  • - Aunt Hazel did not die in the summertime. - (laughs) Okay.

  • - It was the dead of winter. - I think you followed the smell of

  • Aunt Hazel down a rabbit hole some summertime.

  • (singing) Summer, summer, summertime!

  • - Would you sit back and suck in oxygen? - Okay.

  • I still am I little bit sidetracked with how I feel and, like,

  • now I feel like I should write a poem. I feel like I could--

  • - (normally) Write it. Right now. Write it. - I could just bust it out.

  • Here we are at the oxygen bar. We're gonna go home together in a car.

  • If we die before we wake, at least this oxygen we got to taste.

  • - I mean, I just came up with that. - Wake and taste do not rhyme.

  • - Yeah they do. - (crew laughs)

  • Call Eminem. He'll tell ya'. I have an answer.

  • - I got the answer. - I have the answer.

  • - I know this. - Alright. In three. Two. One.

  • - Watermelon. - Honeysuckle.

  • - Watermelon. - (buzzer and ding sound)

  • - (laughs) Honeysuckle? - I don't know, man.

  • - It didn't smell like watermelon. - You need to take it out and twist.

  • - (laughs) - Do I have the left in the right and

  • - the right in the left? - I think you got the left and the right

  • - mixed up. - Dang it!

  • That's what it is. Yeah. You've been getting it all backwards

  • - I knew it was something! - because watermelon backwards is

  • - honeysuckle. - (bubbly sound)

  • - (both) Round seven! - I've only got a third of a point!

  • - Better than zero. - When I woke this morning,

  • - I could only breathe out of one nose. - (Rhett) Oh, here come the excuses.

  • - (Link) That's my handicap for this, man. - I will take mercy and, you know what?

  • Let's say from here on out they're worth two points a piece.

  • - Maybe you can close the gap. - Alright. I'll close your gap.

  • - I also feel like I can do a lot of math. - Eight times seven.

  • - Fifty-six. - Seven times six.

  • - Forty-two. - Nine times eight.

  • - Seventy-two. - One plus three.