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  • - Now if you ask me to name the seven dwarves,

  • that might be trickier then.

  • - Sleepy, Dopey, Happy, Doc, Bashful.

  • - Mm-hmm.

  • Uh oh, Grumpy-- - Dumb and Dumber!

  • (both laughing)

  • (light upbeat music)

  • - I'm excited, I live for everything Disney.

  • My 18th birthday was Princess Tiana themed.

  • - We actually both served as princess party performers

  • for a children's company for awhile,

  • so we had to learn a lot of details,

  • or at least be able to lie really well to children.

  • - My favorite movie was "Smart House."

  • - What, we have a very different Disney upbringing.

  • I'm very Disney princesses.

  • - Yeah, I'm not really Disney princesses.

  • - I'ma just-- - Hmm, really, interesting!

  • - I saw it, I was like, "Hmm, hard pass, next."

  • (hard laughing)

  • - We've seen every single Disney movie multiple times.

  • - Oh, please, don't pick anything I'ma fail at.

  • I'm too competitive.

  • - In "The Sword in the Stone," what was the sword stuck in?

  • It's either A, a stone, or an anvil.

  • - A stone.

  • - Because it says "Sword in the Stone"--

  • - You wanna say stone, but it's not.

  • It's an, I remember, an anvil.

  • - Anvil, I think I remember in Disney World, too.

  • - I'm not going with stone. - I'ma go what you go with.

  • - I'm not going with stone, I'm going with the,

  • it says a stone or an anvil.

  • - Can we not agree on this, and this be his fault

  • if it's wrong?

  • - When we went-- - Yes.

  • - That it was an anvil.

  • - I think there's an anvil.

  • Okay, so I'm gonna go anvil.

  • You feel anvil?

  • - Sure. - Okay.

  • - It seems weird 'cause it's the name of the movie.

  • - Mmkay, let's do it then.

  • I'm goin' all in, anvil.

  • (bell dings)

  • Boom.

  • - [Destinee] We did it!

  • - Oh, look, that's what we did.

  • - But--

  • - [Both] Yes, ugh. (bell dings)

  • - Okay, great.

  • All right, so far one and one.

  • Feeling now just absolutely confident.

  • We're gonna nail this.

  • - [Jeff] Which is the correct line in the Evil Queen

  • says in "Snow White?"

  • "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest

  • "of them all?"

  • "Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one

  • "of them all?"

  • - Magic mirror on the wall.

  • - I know this one.

  • - Me too, right?

  • - Yeah, because everyone quotes the first one.

  • They always say, (mumbling) "Mirror, mirror on the wall,"

  • - [Both] "Who's the fairest of them all?"

  • - But no, that's not it.

  • It's actually magic mirror on the wall,

  • and it's rude that they don't address him properly.

  • - [Jeff and Desiree] Boom. (bell dings)

  • - I didn't even need to think on that,

  • 'cause I remember being in there and being like,

  • wait, it's not mirror, mirror?

  • - Like in Star Wars when everyone always is like,

  • "Luke, I am your father," but that's not the actual line.

  • This is the same thing.

  • So we're going to now "101 Dalmatians."

  • What is this character's name?

  • And we know it is Cruella De Vil.

  • - Correct. - Now it's a spelling test.

  • - I'm going with the D, like with the D-E separate and Vil,

  • just because I think she's a badass

  • and that's the badass way to spell it.

  • - Yeah, I agree, but I'm gonna go with because I believe

  • this was based in France-- - Mmm.

  • - And that is the way they would traditionally

  • spell their name.

  • - I think that it's the one where DeVille is all one word.

  • - No, I don't think that's it at all.

  • - Well, I told you I don't think it's right.

  • Okay, we're going with the A choice, De Vil.

  • - De Vil, yes.

  • (bell dings) Yay, okay, great.

  • Process of elimination right there.

  • - I am feeling very cocky now.

  • (bell dings) - Ayoo!

  • - Aye, ey, we're three for three, throw it out there.

  • - I mean, look at us, they can't handle,

  • they can't handle it. - They ain't ready.

  • - They don't want this smoke!

  • - [Connie] Okay, we're going back

  • to "Jungle Book" times now.

  • Which of these is the actual scene in "The Jungle Book?"

  • Okay, ooooh.

  • - They look the exact same, so that's awkward.

  • - No, she doesn't have the bra.

  • - Mmm, ooh cover that up then Disney!

  • (Destinee chuckles)

  • - Just technically speaking, you can cut this out,

  • I think it's easier to add a coconut bra

  • than to take it away.

  • - Ooh, yeah, Dream, we see you.

  • (laughing) We see your Photoshop skills.

  • - So, I'm gonna say that it's the one with no, sans bra.

  • - Yeah, yeah.

  • - I've seen this one a long time ago,

  • but I'm not gonna remember if it had coconuts or not.

  • So you say go with the bra?

  • - Yeah, 'cause I have a lovely bunch of coconuts.

  • Diddly, diddly, dum, isn't that?

  • ♪ I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts

  • Diddly dee dee

  • - [Destinee] We're gonna go with the coconut.

  • - [Jeff] We're goin' with coconut.

  • (buzzer zaps)

  • - [Destinee] Ohh! - [Jeff] Nope.

  • That song was not right.

  • - Is that song not from "The Jungle Book?"

  • - [Producer] It's from "The Lion King."

  • - Lion?

  • - No, it is not.

  • Diddly dee do

  • (bell dings) - Yeah, baby!

  • - [Caryn] Uh, "Snow White," okay!

  • Which of the following is the correct lyric?

  • - [Connie] Oh, no, no, I know this is bad.

  • - The first one is, "Heigh ho, heigh ho,

  • "It's off to work we go," which is--

  • - Feels right. - What feels right!

  • But the second choice is, "Heigh ho, heigh ho,

  • "It's home from work we go."

  • - Ugh.

  • - Buzzfeed, you see, I love you all.

  • But I ain't singing no song comin' into work.

  • - Haaaa.

  • - I'm going with, "It's home from work we go,"

  • 'cause I'm for sure singing some songs on my way home.

  • - (humming) Home from work we go.

  • - It both fits. - Oh dang.

  • All right, all right-- - Melodically, both good.

  • - Ugh, if this, if "Snow White" takes me down,

  • I'm gonna' be so angry.

  • - I say we go with the one

  • that our memory is telling us isn't right.

  • - Yes, yes. - Does that make sense?

  • - Going to work, going from work.

  • I'm singing going from work.

  • - Gonna' go from work, okay.

  • - So, let's do it. - Let him be wrong.

  • - It's home from work we go.

  • - Home from work we go. - Yes, okay.

  • Hmmm, I don't know, I don't feel good about it.

  • Okay, no, we can do it, okay, we can do it.

  • (intensely building strings)

  • (bell dings)

  • Yess! I was really concerned about that one.

  • - Oh, I want to stop.

  • (bell dings)

  • - Dang it! - Mmm.

  • - Well I mean, I was right.

  • - [Jeff] So does Micky have a tail in "Steamboat Willie?"

  • - Oooh, I know this one 'cause of "Princess and the Frog."

  • - I was gonna' say, I have no clue, so go ahead.

  • - Oh.

  • - Uh, because Mickey doesn't have a tail now.

  • But I think-- - Right.

  • - From what I'm remembering, 'cause this plays