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  • 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.