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  • Yeah, bored, bored, bored, bored, bored.

  • No, say that's some mighty intriguing Kazoo play por favor down here.

  • Capers the name and capers the game, wow.

  • I simply mustache.

  • What's with the mustache?

  • Why?

  • My mischievous mustache is an extension of my mischievous personality.

  • Now tell me, have you considered using those kazoo skills of yours to make some real cheap?

  • Now we're talking, I love cheese.

  • Magnifico.

  • Gouda is a good friend of mine, as is mozzarella.

  • Cheddar could be a bit sharp sometimes, but he's getting milder with age.

  • I'm not talking about actual cheese here.

  • I'm talking about you and me making some big box.

  • Oh, I've never seen cheese so shiny before for the last time.

  • It's not actually cheese, wow, it hurts my teeth.

  • Why are you hurting my teeth cheese?

  • Why can we please move on to the murder at hand?

  • I don't have hands.

  • All you're doing is making a joke.

  • Meanwhile, I'm here trying to make you the offer of a lifetime.

  • Now, may we please get down to the brass tacks!

  • Those are kept in the drawer next to the stove.

  • You okay, caper!

  • You seem a little salty orange.

  • Please just listen to my proposal.

  • Okay, I plan to rob the gravy train when it passes here in just a moment.

  • If successful, this gravy train robbery may very well go down as the caper of the century, but in order to pull it off, I need a kazoo guy.

  • That's where you come in.

  • Say no more.

  • You need my kazoo skills to turn this gravy train robbery into the groovy train robbery.

  • Not exactly you see, I need someone so astonishingly bad at playing the kazoo and that's where you come in.

  • That everyone on the train will be forced to cover their ears once their ears are covered, they won't be able to hear me blast the gravy safe open in the caboose.

  • The caboose, I want to be in the caboose, you can't be in the caboose, that's literally the one place you cannot be.

  • But caboose is so fun to say caboose, that very well may be, but you can say caboose without actually being in the caboose.

  • Catfish, but saying caboose inside of a caboose is a lifelong dream of mine.

  • I sincerely doubt that caboose caboose caboose caboose caboose caboose, there is no need to say caboose.

  • The caboose.

  • Kazoo caboose!

  • Kazoo!

  • Hard, hard, now look sharp!

  • The gravy train is almost here.

  • So tell me now are you in or are you how this gravy train robbery is something I can get behind.

  • 100% like a caboose very well now stand on the tracks with me what I'm not doing that, it's a simple.

  • The train will be forced to stop, you board the passenger car and kazoo, your heart out.

  • Here, we go now do it fine, I will do it myself.

  • I thought the train was supposed to stop.

  • It was turns out, I might be a little too small to stop the gravy train curses.

  • I'm it wasn't all bad.

  • We discovered a really fun word to say caboose because you got to say caboose a bunch.

  • That's somehow supposed to make all this better for me.

  • Well, it doesn't do not dare say caboose to me again, but but what your nonsense has caused me the opportunity to pull off the caper of this century.

  • What is it you could possibly have to say to me now, seriously, They're cracking jokes at a time like this.

  • Oh no, caper, are you ok?

  • I'm a bit mushy but I'm still okay.

  • I just need to get off these tracks before another choo choo.

  • Yes, Before another train comes along and no choo choo.

  • Oh well caboose caboose caboose caboose caboose chukka chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka, chukka boy.

  • When little apple said, let's buy a train.

  • I thought he was nuts.

  • Yeah, like totally loco.

  • But now I'm starting to see the appeal with this sweet set of wheels.

  • We're going to have the best.

  • So, um, where do the tracks lead And I'm just an orange.

  • Yeah.

  • And that's a creepy deserted tunnel.

  • Did you just say dessert?

  • I didn't see any cupcakes.

  • Where the heck are we?

  • It looks like like kitchen.

  • You mean the bathroom no way.

  • Everybody knows.

  • That's just a legend.

  • I've been to the bathroom plenty of times.

  • Still think it's just a legend.

  • I know, I know, I know best.

  • Adventure, prepare yourself for sights you've never seen before.

  • What you mean like those guys, Hey, hey, apples, you're in the way the railway welcome off worlders and thank you for visiting land beyond the kitchen, which is uh, temporarily closed for repairs.

  • Come back soon.

  • Thanks a lot.

  • Bye bye.

  • Now the bathroom's closed already man.

  • Talk about a potty break.

  • I can't believe we came all the way to the land beyond the kitchen and now we have to turn around.

  • Yeah.

  • And I didn't even get a stupid t shirt.

  • I know, I know it is kind of a bummer, but there is something you need to know about the land beyond the kitchen.

  • Yeah.

  • You see, we've got a little issue with our dragon fruit.

  • Yeah.

  • Well we've got a little apple with our train.

  • Want to swap?

  • Watch out.

  • He's getting closer, man, We're all gonna die.

  • Wow.

  • Apple's so scared of this dragon fruit.

  • Oh, no reason.

  • You know besides the fact that he's a fire breathing monster that destroys pretty much every village in the land beyond the kitchen and he's recently gone totally insane.

  • So you know, that's a bonus.

  • You mean loco.

  • It's not funny.

  • Well, thanks for having us, but we should probably get back to the kitchen.

  • Hey, how about a lift?

  • Yeah, we've got gas money too guys, we can't just leave.

  • That's desertion.

  • That's the problem with apples.

  • You get a lot of turnover.

  • Okay.

  • You call it whatever you want, but we're not going down in flames.

  • Fear not lovely lady apple for we shall slay the dragon fruit and restore peace and prosperity to the bathroom.

  • That's really very sweet of you.

  • But sweet.

  • Not nearly as sweet as you fair maiden.

  • Stop it.

  • Gord put it in reverse.

  • Say uncle say uncle say uncle talk about a hot head.

  • That's it.

  • It's the night.

  • Dragon fruit's not crazy.

  • He's a pig.

  • I want to go home.

  • I wanna go home.

  • Oh no.

  • Now you've done it.

  • Say uncle say I feel much better.

  • Whoa.

  • Dragon fruit can talk and who might you be be?

  • I'm not a B, I'm an orange.

  • What my friend means is we are seekers of adventure.

  • Adventure.

  • I love adventure.

  • Did you see the look on that dragon fruit when bob jumped on his tail, awesome, bob's all like, yeah and dragon fruit.

  • He's all like, oh no.

  • Right.

  • It's like they say oz weld, that ends weld.

  • Seriously guys, this has gotta be the best adventure.

  • Oh my goodness, I'm so late.

  • We don't have time for an intro.

  • It's time for ask Orange.

  • Can I hear a train pun?

  • Hey, hey guys, how do trains here through their engineers get it ears.

  • Oh my God!

  • Hey Orange, here's a sandwich.

  • Oh thank you.

  • That's so nice.

  • Oh wait, it's a knuckle sandwich.

  • Huh?

  • Drop a million feathers on pear feathers.

  • I mean, I guess that shouldn't be too bad.

  • Right?

  • Because they're pretty soft.

  • Okay, wow, that's a lot of feathers?

  • Holy moly.

  • There's so many feathers.

  • Hey, orange house, Your pet chicken.

  • Yo, I'm the end surprise airbag.

  • Every time someone subscribes pair gets fatter.

  • What the hell?

  • Hey.

  • Oh no, stop subscribing please.

  • No more subscriptions.

  • Turn the button.

  • I think it's time for a surprise airbag.

  • Not again please.

  • I hate surprises.

  • Why is little apple sitting on a whoopee cushion?

  • I'm on a whoopee cushion man.

  • Guys, you're so funny.

  • Wait, nothing's happening.

  • That's because you don't weigh enough to make it work.

  • I did not need this.

  • Another train joke please.

  • Hey, what do you call a train that can't stop sneezing a choo choo train.