Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles The world runs on Dunkin'. - Not a sponsor. - Let's talk about that. (upbeat theme music) -Good Mythical Summer. We got some exciting news, in addition to our big Australian tour, the Tour of Mythicality is hitting the road one more time in 2018, on November eighth, we're gonna be at the Sony Center in Toronto, Canada, on Friday, November ninth, we'll be in Atlantic City, New Jersey at Caesar's Palace, and then we're gonna be wrapping things up at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut on November 10th. All the info for the tour is at TourOfMythicality.com, and if you want early access, make sure you go there and subscribe to our mythical monthly newsletter, and follow our social accounts, @RhettAndLink. These are the final shows we're gonna be playing for the rest of 2018, so if you want to come see us, but missed the tour the first time around, this is your chance. But now, the donut. - Yes. It's the perfect representation of life, cyclical, sweet, and it gives you high blood pressure. Now, we just got Dunkin' Donuts in California a couple years ago, but it turns out, there's actually Dunkin' Donuts all over the world, and those global locations serve some interesting versions. So today, we wanted to taste some selections from international DD menus and see if we can deduce the donut, it's time for [Together] Where in the World Do These International Dunkin' Donuts Come From? - You know how this works. We're each gonna taste a Dunkin' Donuts item that has been recreated by our mythical chefs, Tess and Josh. And then we're going to determine where we think that is from by throwing a dart at our map, which is manned by our resident cartographer, Chase, in his map shirt. He's gonna measure the distance to see who is closest to the correct location. Link, as we have established, you're bad at this game. And so today, I'm gonna give you the don-art, which is at any point of your choosing, you can take 12 of the donut holes, the munchkins from Dunkin' Donuts, they're powdered sugar covered, you can throw all 12, the whole box and the 12 at the thing, and the closest powdered sugar dot to the correct answer is your guess, okay. I will gladly accept that advantage. Okay, whoever has the shortest total distance at the end of the game wins, and the loser has to eat a scro-nut in Good Mythical more, which obviously is a donut filled with testicle mousse. - Testicle mousse. - Alright, let's have the first donut. (tribal chanting) What is this freaking donut, it's hairy. [Rhett] It's got fuzz on it. It's like a freakin' sesame seed asbestos donut. Oh gosh, but smell it, that is, there is something off about that. It's from the sea. You're biting it already? That's meat. That's freaking meat hair. It's hair-ible. It's meat, it's like jerky of some kind. That's bad, y'all. Alright, Rhett, since I'm taller than you are short, you should go first. Where on the Earth would someone want to purchase this? What do you think it is, you think it's meat? It's definitely meat, it's meat and seaweed. So we are definitely in an Asian location. I mean, I think this could just as easily be China or Japan. I'm going to aim at east China, just in case. I'm basically aiming between China and Japan. Oh, okay, I hit China. Okay, I'm gonna try to do what you were unable to do. Oh, okay. Which is just go to the right of your dot, but still hit China. - Get close to Japan. - Boom. - Wow. - Not bad, ha ha. - We're both in China, you're closer to Japan So what the crap is this? [Stevie] You guys are off to a great start. This is a donut topped with dried pork floss. - Pork floss. - Pork floss. - This is what - And seaweed. pigs floss with? - Yep. - [Stevie] Which can be enjoyed in Dunkin' Donuts China. - Oh! - Oh, look at us. - So we both get zero points. - We both get zero. What are you measuring? [Rhett] Yeah, come on, Chase, there's no measuring. For the first time ever, we both nailed the country, I think. (bell dings) - We started off zero-zero, man. Hey, this could be, this could be a, this could be a really good day for you, man. And you. I wasn't trying to block this, No, no, that's the new five, it's the 2018 five. No, no, no, hear me out. This is how you do it. You go up, you go under, and then you hit the back. It's the mythical high five. But what about the, you went down. - Let's practice later. - Okay, yeah. (tribal chanting) Ooh, it's a pig in blanket. Ah, ooh, it's warm. [Link] There's no donut aspect to this. Well it's, I mean, kind of. A pig in a blanket has nothing to do with a donut in my mind, but, oh, is there cheese inside of this sausage? There's cheese inside of the sausage. It's so good, but in no way is it donut. Well, I mean, it's round if you look at it like that. See, they had to add this to the menu. - To get people to come in to wherever this is sold. I mean it's like a brat. I mean, we're obviously talking Germany, right? Right. Oh, you don't think so? Well, I know that-- I live in the USA and I love this. I know that sausages are a thing in Argentina, because that's where the whole steak, you know, when you go to a Brazilian steakhouse situation, and you get the, they're into meat, so. Yeah, you're right, and they'll come around to your table at those restaurants and just, but there's not pig in a blanket there. But there's sausages. Wa-zam, ho, Bulgaria gets the vote from me. - Wa-zam, Bulgaria! - I'll stay back here. Alright, now you were trying to throw me off at Argentina, don't lie. Or you know what, aim for Argentina. No, I think Ger-- Put your dare where your mouth is, buddy. I was trying to throw you off, I do think that it's probably Germany. Okay, I'm aiming for the Germans. Oooh, you got closer, but I hope you're wrong. - Stevie, what is this? - Okay guys, this is a cheese-filled sausage wrapped in a flaky pastry called a kolachi, which originated in Central Europe, but is extremely popular and co-opted by Dunkin' Donuts in Texas. What? - [Link] And you're just ever so slightly closer to Texas than me. - I can see how Texans would love this. I've been to Texas, and I love it. Alright, Rhett, you had 36, Link you had 40. Oh, okay, alright. Hmm, that Bulgaria wa-zam really didn't help you out, did it? (tribal chanting) Sesame seeds, is that what we're working with here? A lot of sesame seeds, I think whatever's inside is gonna be the big giveaway. I think it's just cream in there. - It's a cream cheese, almost. - Yep, you're right. It is amazing. It is really, really tasty. Alright, you dart it up first. I, boy. Whatcha thinking? Nothing is coming to me. - Nothing. - Yeah, I mean, - cream cheese. - Ah man, I just feel like I need to do a protective throw. As opposed to making a very definitive choice, because there's nothing definitive coming to me. It could be Argentina, it could be Japan. - They love sesame seeds in-- - It could be Germany. - Japan? - I'm gonna throw it in the middle of Africa, and just hope I get lucky. Oh, or Bulgaria. Now when I think sesame seeds, I think sesame chicken. And when I want sesame chicken, I order Chinese takeout, which is why, I'm gonna aim for Bulgaria. 'Cause I don't think that that logic holds true. Alright, I'm gonna hedge my bets here to hit my dart on your dart. Really, oh come on, come on, come on. Wham, a little low. Alright, where is this from? [Stevie] You guys are on fire today. This donut that clearly wants to be a bagel is stuffed with cream cheese and topped with sesame, and you can eat one in Bulgaria. - Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh! - Oh man! Oh man, ah, I'm sorry dude. I don't know how it happens. - You lucky dog. - I did not mean to get close to Bulgaria. Alright, so he pulled ahead a little bit. A little bit, Rhett had three, and Link had six. It's still very close. (bell dings) You got a don-art coming up man. (tribal chanting) - This is - Boy, this smells good. Some sort of open-faced, - Once again, not a donut. - Sandwich. Is that cheese and, like, black beans? - Dink it, sink it. - Sink it. Black beans and cheese on a hoagie top. Hoagie top, hoagie top. You're up first, Neal. Now I could use my munchkins on this one. Yep, you still got those. I mean you got some refried bean action. I mean, a lot of Mexican food's got the refried beans, and Honduras kisses Mexico according to my visual optics. I don't think we're going South Africa for any reason. Well, the only thing I will say is that bean spread, I don't know if it's black bean, bean spread is a north African thing. But cheese, it seems to throw it off a little bit. I mean, Morocco, I'm just saying is a candidate. Whenever you start talking, and I'm gonna throw a dart, I've learned not to listen. - Good, that's my-- - But I was listening. Well fine, I'll just-- And also, the French occupation of Morocco, which introduced the baguette into their, I don't think there was a French occupation of Morocco, but it sounded smart. - You know what, I'm gonna go for a bold choice, saving my munchkins for the final. Honduras, here I come. Dang it, too high. Too high, you know what, I think you've made this easy for me. - I did, yes. - Because now all I have to do is just go lower than you, and I'm probably gonna be right. 'Cause you think it's Honduras? Yeah, not Morocco, definitely not.