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  • ( music playing )

  • Gav: There's nothing you could do about it.

  • ( chuckles ) I didn't have to fake anything.

  • There was just like so much power and weight behind it.

  • ( music intensifies )

  • Oh, hello there.

  • You've once again joined us having a spot of lunch.

  • And as you know,

  • the crew doesn't let us eat with them,

  • so, here we are.

  • Yeah, but we're miles away from the set this time.

  • Well, I'll be honest, they said we can't eat on the set anymore.

  • After what happened last time, they just don't trust me.

  • Well, I don't trust you either to be honest, so...

  • - I can't blame 'em. - It's okay, it's okay.

  • But you know, there's nothing that could go wrong here.

  • It's just a lovely nice day, the sun's out.

  • - Hm. - Gav: Lovely bit of life.

  • ( smacks lips ) I could do with more drink though,

  • - to be honest. - Oh, you've got no water?

  • - No. - Hold up, I'll get some.

  • Ah, cheers.

  • This should do it.

  • ( water splashing )

  • ( screams )

  • Ahh!

  • Oh.

  • Gav: Do we need to get fired?

  • - ( laughs ) Fired by-- - Wow, that was refreshing.

  • You got some, uh, some, like, rice on your eye

  • - or something there. - Oh, no!

  • Oh, dear.

  • Gav: That was a colossal amount of water.

  • That was a lot.

  • Well, thankfully, we just happen to have

  • two high speed cameras running on that.

  • at 1,000 frames a second.

  • - What are the chances? - In poor chaos, let's go take a look.

  • ( chuckles )

  • - Look at you struggling to pull that down. - It's a lot of weight.

  • ( classical music playing )

  • - ( water splashing ) - Whoa!

  • Dan: Whoa-ho-ho.

  • Gav: The glasses are already gone.

  • - Dan: All right, I think now I'm finished. - Gav: That's mental.

  • That actually looks scary.

  • Like, legitimately worrying.

  • Dan: It was.

  • Look at the fork in my hand.

  • ( laughter )

  • Just like, don't let go of the fork and the knife.

  • Gav: It's like--

  • What a slapstick fool this is.

  • Dan: Look at that meat loaf is going land on my crotch.

  • - ( Gav laughs ) A face full of-- - Dan: Oh, no, the meat loaf!

  • Gav: You got loaf on your gut.

  • Dan: Oh.

  • The table is actually at this point is crushing.

  • - Holding the table. - Because if you think all the weight of the water

  • hitting the table which has a big surface area.

  • It's all pushing down against me.

  • So, I'm just getting crushed by the table now.

  • ( chuckles )

  • ( classical music playing )

  • Gav: It looks like you're just embracing death.

  • Dan: I guess this is my lot now.

  • I'm out.

  • ( opera singing )

  • Gav: Oh, there's food came out of your mouth.

  • ( laughter )

  • - Is that a bit of meat loaf? - Dan: It was a bit of chicken and--

  • Gav: Oh, okay.

  • That is just such a mass of water.

  • Dan: Yeah. Such a fat amount.

  • Gav: It's about, I think it's about 800 gallons.

  • Dan: God.

  • Gav: Which is a lot of gallons.

  • Dan: That is hefty... gallons.

  • The table just lands on me.

  • ( Opera music continues )

  • So, do you think if you tried,

  • you could withstand a blast of water?

  • You could withstand the wave.

  • I'm not gonna guarantee it,

  • but I'll give it a shot.

  • - You wanna do it? - Yeah, why not?

  • - I'll give it a go. - We got to,

  • we got to refill the dump tank.

  • All right, yeah. All right.

  • - Let's do it. - I'm up for it.

  • All right, Dan, are you braced and ready?

  • I'm actually more nervous about this.

  • - Why? - 'Cause I sort of know it's coming,

  • and I can see it, and I'm like, oh, man.

  • - Pull. - Ah! Don't do it!

  • ( laughs ) All right, here we go, ready?

  • - Yeah. - Three, two, one. ( sharp exhale )

  • Flush the toilet?

  • - ( water splashing ) - Gav: Oh, wow.

  • ( groaning )

  • Ooh, yes.

  • ( bleep )

  • Gav: You held in there for a while.

  • Well, additionally, it took my balance away.

  • ( laughter )

  • - Oh, wow. - Gav: You're just on one leg.

  • Well, it's 'cause that initial force, right?

  • I was taking it.

  • That initial force forced me back like that,

  • and I was like trying to rescue it

  • and I couldn't, it was just too much.

  • ( water splashing )

  • Dan: The initial wave is what hit me back, right.

  • It hit me back, and from that point,

  • I was just trying to keep my balance the whole time.

  • Gav: I saw you kind of just reduced to just one leg at one point.

  • Yeah, this is peppering you now.

  • Dan: It looks like I'm not trying. Like I'm a-- yeah, yeah,

  • but it's because it's in slow motion.

  • In actual fact I'm really trying to stay up, but I can't.

  • Just trying to balance. Just getting knocked over.

  • Gav: Look at the white water.

  • - ( water splashing ) - ( screaming )

  • Gav: There seems to be like a resurgence of more water there.

  • - ( laughter ) - Do you see how there's more water now?

  • I think, it's like the second sort of bounce of water

  • - that actually knocked you over. - Dan: It was almost like,

  • - Gav: Oh, you've gone two waves. - Dan: Point of no return,

  • the foot's up. ( imitates explosion )

  • Gav: What were you thinking about at this moment?

  • Dan: Uh, I wish I had some shower gel.

  • ( laughter )

  • Gav: Oh, look at that. Look at that.

  • - Dan: God. - Gav: And now you're getting an enema again.

  • Dan: Ah, not again.

  • Gav: What a lovely wet ending to this video.

  • Well, there's one positive I can take away from this.

  • Is that, it's gonna save you some time this evening.

  • 'cause I've got food, and I don't need to shower anymore.

  • - ( laughter ) A twofer. - We're good.

  • Two birds, one stone.

  • Yeah, hopefully you enjoyed that video, feel free,

  • subscribe to The Slow Mo Guys channel,

  • and we'll see you in the next episode of "The Super Slow Show."

  • - ( water splashing ) - ( screaming )

  • Hi, guys, click here to catch up on our latest adventures.

  • I barely survived, so I hope you like 'em.

  • Dan did complain a lot.

  • Then again, I do all the work.

  • Most of it.

  • I do 90%.

  • I do all the work.

  • All right, fine.

( music playing )

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