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  • There's so many better show concepts.

  • I think I'll sit down with, you know, writers Room.

  • Okay, I was brave because this isn't it.

  • Hey, what's going on?

  • Everybody for first Beefy Stop Shawn Evans and you're watching hot ones.

  • It's the show with hard questions and even hotter wings.

  • And today we're joined by David Doe Brick.

  • He's the king of the Internet, with more than 23 million subscribers between his channel's David Doe Brick and David W two massive Kel abs vlog squad hijinks.

  • And every once in a while we'll give away a very expensive car.

  • David Doe Brick.

  • Welcome to the show.

  • Thank you for having me on the show.

  • I'm so nervous.

  • You're nervous?

  • Yeah.

  • Are you a spicy food guy?

  • No, not at all.

  • And like I want.

  • Like, I want to say this before we begin.

  • If, like, I look like I'm overreacting towards the end, I'm not like I'm not playing it up for your camera.

  • I'm genuinely so pat.

  • With spicy food like the worst.

  • This may be too much for me.

  • Good.

  • I could do that.

  • Says we touched on up top.

  • You're one of YouTube's most successful stars.

  • with nearly two and 1/2 1,000,000,000 views and 2019 alone of all this science experiments that have gone awry in your living room.

  • Which one is the biggest pain in the ass to clean up?

  • Um, we did it.

  • We did one where we had, like, a dry foam experiment.

  • Basically, and there was foam.

  • There's a film explosion that was in my backyard and it blew up everywhere, and it died half of the house green, and it died like my outdoor furniture green.

  • And you can't get it out because, like a weird chemical and then my neighbors below me, they this this is I haven't told this anybody, but the neighbor below me complained, and he said a piece of the foam hit his wife while she was in the hot tub and burned her.

  • Which is impossible because the second the foam comes out, it's like even touch.

  • You can play with it, you could rub it all over your skin, But he was trying to get me in trouble, and he was like, Yeah, burn my wife in the hot tub.

  • He saw a bag.

  • I think, you know.

  • Yeah, he saw his opportunity, but not today.

  • His his vlog.

  • He never led you to any bizarre run ins with law enforcement.

  • Oh, my God, all the time.

  • It's like one time I got in trouble.

  • We were doing doughnuts in a parking lot was celebrated cause I just bought my dad a new car.

  • So it was him doing the doughnuts in the parking lot.

  • So I explained to the cop, We're doing a news like, Okay, that's fine.

  • Just go do this somewhere else.

  • Please.

  • Do you have a most memorable trip to the emergency room?

  • Most memorable trip.

  • Oh, yeah, for sure I am.

  • We're wear this juggling the wine bottles.

  • Yeah, Let's do it.

  • We're juggling wine vials.

  • One of the wine bottles hit the floor and I was reaching down as it hit the floor.

  • And I got it just when it broke and it went right into my hand on, um, which hand?

  • Yeah.

  • Maybe this car's gone.

  • Oh, my God.

  • And yeah, I could cut my hand.

  • What I liked about that is you really leaned into it cause you're like, this is the thumbnail.

  • Get the shy.

  • Don't stop running the camera.

  • That was such a cool moment, cause all my friends were there.

  • So we're all their toe.

  • Like we go through this experience and we're going on emergency room.

  • What's your philosophy?

  • Entitling YouTube videos?

  • Because you seem to kind of bury the lead from time to time.

  • Right?

  • Okay.

  • Yeah, that's interesting That you noticed that, Um, yeah, I don't Sometimes I don't like giving away, like the surprise.

  • So undersell Overdeliver, right?

  • Yes.

  • So, like, if I get a chance, like film with a cool so lab, sometimes I like titling it something about, like, my friends.

  • Something to throw people off.

  • So it's a surprise in the video.

  • What would you want to title this video?

  • Get me out of here.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, this is delicious.

  • Whoa, This is number two.

  • It's sort of a steep ramp up here, too.

  • Uh, okay.

  • At this point, if we were, like at a wings place, I'd be I'd tell my friends not to get that causes too spicy.

  • It's not even enjoyable at this point in the two spot I love this show is a Chicago guy.

  • Do have a deep dish spot of choice.

  • Yeah.

  • Do speeds area.

  • Have you ever been no or Lumina bees, but you've definitely Malnati's.

  • That's my spot.

  • Yeah, people don't like deep dish.

  • Yeah, how do you defend it against people that say It's like someone's casserole or whatever?

  • It's the worst.

  • It's so bad.

  • Everyone goes.

  • This is soup.

  • This isn't even pizza.

  • It's the worst thing, especially people from New York or from living anywhere in the world.

  • They're like, That's not even pizza.

  • Omar.

  • Is there a Slovakian dish or snack that you think could catch on is like a mainstream menu item in the United States.

  • The first hot dog I ever had was actually a Slovakia, but it wasn't like there wasn't like an opening at the top.

  • It's just sat like this is a weird much of that set inside like the bond, right?

  • Oh, get out of this one.

  • I'm stuck here.

  • But it sat inside the bond and it was like, really cool because it was like the hot dog was nice and tighten talking nice and tight, man.

  • Maybe that would catch on.

  • So besides being from the northwest Chicago suburbs, making our livings on YouTube and having amazing hair, another thing that you and I have in common is the shared goal of one day hosting a late night show.

  • Yes, these days host like Jimmy Fallon and James Corden.

  • They compete as much for the morning after YouTube views as they do for the ratings in their time slot.

  • Is there a late night host or segment that you think Fitz especially well into the YouTube ecosystem?

  • I thinking Spill your guts or failure gots with James Corden is like perfect because it's like, really intimate, just like the show is.

  • And people are eating disgusting foods, and it's like super you to bury right to, like, put weird stuff in your mouth right here, Um, but the Adena and carpool karaoke, those two James Corden.

  • But they're really good.

  • I like seeing celebrities in, like a more normal setting, something that you would just like to see your friends in.

  • And I like late night because it gives you the credibility like being on a network.

  • And then you can also put your clips on YouTube where you have, like the actual viewership, like most people watch.

  • And then you did a great job on The Tonight Show, sending it to commercial.

  • Oh, No, I did it.

  • My job.

  • Thank you.

  • So in that honor, can you hit your camera and send us to the next wing?

  • Okay.

  • And here it's next week.

  • Yeah, yeah, this is it.

  • It's a roller coaster ride.

  • Here, it seems.

  • Yeah, we're going up again.

  • We just came down.

  • We're definitely going up.

  • So between hosting last year's Teen Choice Awards and in my humble opinion, being the standout judge on the Nickelodeon, Siri's, America's most musical family or a liar, you joined a small number of Internet stars who have broken through into a mainstream television.

  • What's the appeal to you of something like Netflix or a TV network when the pipes that you've built yourself and that you own yourself are already going to millions of people?

  • Yeah, I think it's just I think it's just the credibility behind it.

  • Like I think it's like people still don't have the same respect for digital influencers like they do for a traditional talent.

  • And I totally get that because the Internet, like you, can upload when you can upload whenever and whatever you want.

  • So there's no like regulation, so people upload some really stupid shit on there, so it's kind of hard to filter out.

  • Like who?

  • The good eggs in the bad eggs on Internet?

  • And that's why I like YouTubers in, like, a general sense get once they get a bad rap.

  • But being on a network, what gives you gives you a pretty solid credibility.

  • This is a Fox show.

  • When you think about Face Paul moments that you've maybe had with brands or executives over the years.

  • No reason to name names.

  • But I'm not going to stop you from naming names.

  • Is there a story that stands out?

  • Yeah, actually, there is head on.

  • I had a moment with a company at a music festival, and I I don't want to say the company because I know they're gonna come after me, But I filmed like I feel like a snake on the ground, like, filmed a bunch of random stuff around the festival.

  • And then he cut out like, 70% of my video because they were like, we don't want the festival look like they have snakes and, like, the whole thing was like, completely botched.

  • And then you cut everything on my video, and I hate that I hate one like brands don't give you creative control.

  • Okay, Let's do it.

  • This one's delicious.

  • It seems like we're almost sort of going drawn off with you right now, Okay?

  • All right, David, we have recurring segment on our show called.

  • Explain that, Graham.

  • We do a deep dive under gets instagram pull interesting pictures that need more context.

  • So we'll show you the picture.

  • You just tell us the bigger story and then Oh, here you are.

  • You brought a £300 alligator to one of your friends houses, giant metal or morning.

  • Yeah.

  • So big.

  • Is there a prank that you're most proud of over the years?

  • There's one.

  • My friend told me he's He's really scared.

  • My friend.

  • I got in an argument about who would be more scared during an earthquake.

  • So we had the next day, we had a fake police officers come to the door and tell him that the San Andreas fault was about to rupture and we have to evacuate.

  • California is gonna fall into the vessel, right that he started freaking out.

  • And as he exited, we hired, like 30 40 extras to be outside of the house like all packing that cars like they're the neighbors and we have, like, a woman with, like, a baby running down the street.

  • And it, like, fucked him up so bad that I had to apologize to each member of his family the next day giving PTSD.

  • Yeah, it was like it was I felt really bad, but he, like, had to be that, but it was great, but yeah, I had two calls, mom.

  • I desired because Dad had a c sorry.

  • Much like you're gonna have to apologize to me after the show when I'm on the toilet and it's gonna be the whole world spinning my let me out of face time Even.

  • I know you get the numbers up next.

  • I know that represented Vernon Hills High School at the 2014 I.

  • H s a state tournament.

  • Wow.

  • Yeah.

  • Do you have any tennis tips for beginners?

  • I hate when people tell me they play tennis when they don't actually play tennis.

  • I think ties is a sport where you can't, like, go out and just play with anybody.

  • Like you have to find the lifestyle.

  • You be about it.

  • You know about it.

  • Um you have to find something.

  • It's like on the same level as you for you to enjoy it.

  • My throat right on you.

  • All right, Lim Bonnie is by my favorite Instagram follow for the last couple of years.

  • What was it like to spend an afternoon with legend?

  • He's so kind.

  • And he's so humble, too.

  • He's second.

  • Following is huge, but he's just so generous.

  • Um, it's insane being around a chimp there.

  • Little humans.

  • Yeah, well, sometimes I'll see him in hell.

  • Unscrew his Gatorade and then drink it and then screw the top back.

  • Yeah, he helping of my friends tie issue because my friend is a little bit slower.

  • No, they're like they're honestly, slower.

  • Humans like that's what they're like when like when you look at a chimp, you're not even impressed.

  • You're kind of just like I wish he was smarter because he reminds me so much of a human that you're just like he's almost there.

  • He's at the cusp of being a real person, all right, and last.

  • Why was this the greatest moment of your life?

  • I've got to host the Teen Choice Awards, and Robert Downey Jr is Trailer has right across from mine.

  • And I love Iron Man like I'm obsessed with him.

  • Um, so I told like my team to tell me when he was coming up and, um and like, three hours later, like he's coming, he's getting his car.

  • So I was like, studying my lines in my trailer.

  • And I opened the door and I come out and I go high and my voice cracked.

  • It is the most embarrassing thing.

  • And he looks at me.

  • He goes, Who are you?

  • Tell me everything.

  • And I'm sure his hand like a long Jake.

  • And I'm like, I'm David and your biggest fan.

  • I don't know what to say.

  • I panicked and I went right back into my dressing room, and I just want e slumped into my room into my into the chair.

  • And I remember Natalie, my sister coming in and she just like you fucking loser.

  • I fucking panicked.

  • And the best part about it is an hour later, I opened up the Teen choice awards because I was a host.

  • And there he is, like sitting on the side of me, like, wondering, Like, who the fuck is this guy?

  • He just had a panic attack in front of me.

  • And now he's hosting this fucking show.

  • That was one of the That was one of my favorite moments for sure.

  • All right, David, back already.

  • I could tell you more about E.

  • Think I get it.

  • I get the gist.

  • And then I should say, in the 65 goodbye, we usually we have this Thai green chili sauce this season.

  • But FIFA making a return because, David, you have a coconut allergy.

  • And so now we've brought this one back.

  • Honestly, I make up my allergies.

  • I just say I'm allergic to certain things that I don't like.

  • You know, I'm actually allergic to the last app suffered.

  • You say that in your years of logging and podcasts, you shared almost everything about your life.

  • Does providing that kind of access to people ever backfire on you?

  • I know that you've had this problem of people showing up to your house.

  • Yeah.

  • People will come to my house.

  • They'll think that I think there, my friend.

  • You're losing me now.