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  • JACOB SOBOROFF: Hey, it's Jacob.

  • Every day we bring you the best videos around,

  • and today we're hanging out with Harley from Epic Meal Time.

  • -I'm talking about sex.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: Taking the worst vacation ever,

  • and visiting Japan's love hotels.

  • [INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC]

  • -Locked and loaded.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: Epic Meal Time's brand new TV

  • show Epic Meal Empire premieres tomorrow on FYI.

  • To celebrate, the guys threw a party yesterday

  • at YouTube Space LA, where we had a chance

  • to go catch up with Harley.

  • HARLEY MORENSTEIN: What's up, YouTube nation?

  • I'm Harley Morenstein from Epic Meal Time and Epic Meal Empire,

  • our new TV show.

  • I started Epic Meal Time, and four years later

  • after throwing burgers on a pizza,

  • we're launching our television show.

  • So far on Epic Meal Empire, we have

  • created things that are way bigger than on Epic Meal Time.

  • -At this point, the bakery burger is heavy.

  • How heavy?

  • Well, as heavy as a baby.

  • An 80 pound baby.

  • HARLEY MORENSTEIN: We filmed Epic Meal Empire

  • for about 60 days, six days a week, every single week.

  • And on the seventh day, we filmed Epic Meal Time.

  • We still have six and a half million subscribers,

  • so we want to make sure that those people get Epic Meal

  • Time.

  • The show is airing for the first time tomorrow at 10:00 PM

  • and, we're going be showing two episodes.

  • [INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC]

  • ALEX: Summer vacations are the best,

  • and Rhett and Link are here to show you

  • how to enjoy the hell out of them, if you don't mind

  • all the zombies and eye-gouging.

  • The guys just released this, and I have to say,

  • they have a pretty positive attitude

  • about the worst vacation ever.

  • [MUSIC - RHETT & LINK, "I'M ON VACATION"

  • ALEX: They only release a video once a month

  • on their main channel, but you could see them every weekday

  • on Good Mythical Morning, which just kicked off

  • its sixth season.

  • [INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC]

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: Just Plain Dancin'

  • is the number one dance studio in the country.

  • It is competitive, it is exclusive, it is demanding,

  • and now you get to see why.

  • The new season of AwesomenessTV's dancers

  • focuses on the legendary studio, and it really

  • zeros in on the professionalism and the drama of the dancers

  • in the group, like Kiera Brown.

  • -I've always known since I was a little girl,

  • I always wanted to be an entertainer.

  • -Transitions are important.

  • What's in between your moves?

  • -I want to see that spark in your eye at all times.

  • -My eyes are like, first place.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: This is a fantastic series

  • about what it takes to become a professional dancer.

  • First episode drops tomorrow.

  • [DUBSTEP MUSIC]

  • CARLY: Have you ever noticed that the bad guys in movies

  • have the name Doctor Something, or that the good guys have

  • the initials JC?

  • John Connor, John Coffey, Jiminy Cricket?

  • Coincidence?

  • Cracked recently took a look at four rarely acknowledged,

  • yet widely recognizable rules for naming

  • fictional characters.

  • -By naming their character some variation of Shepherd,

  • or JC, writers are basically spoiling their own movies,

  • because Jesus type characters are almost always destined

  • to sacrifice themselves.

  • It happened with Stu Shepherd from Phone Booth,

  • and Bruce Willis' James Cole in 12 Monkeys, who ends up getting

  • shot as he tries to save the world from a deadly virus.

  • CARLY: Can you think of any other rules?

  • Let me know in the comments.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: When you imagine a romantic get-away

  • with your significant other, do you picture hospital room

  • dungeons and the odd dinosaur?

  • Japanese love hotels are a $40 billion business.

  • There are more than 25,000 of these things.

  • Chris Broad, a British teacher and ex-pat,

  • recently decided to take a closer look.

  • -When you walk through the a love hotel, what you will have

  • is just the big screen, and you will

  • push the number of the room that you want to go to.

  • Hotel.

  • -This is what it describes itself as.

  • An ultimate healing that exceeds the sky of time is here.

  • [PIANO MUSIC]

  • -No.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: These hotels actually

  • have a practical purpose: privacy.

  • Almost half of the Japanese population under 35

  • still live with their parents.

  • Chris's whole channel is a really fascinating look

  • at daily life in Japan.

  • It's going to make you want to visit.

  • -Stump Earnest.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: OK, Earnest.

  • Today's challenger is FeedMe Chipotle.

  • Earnest, find me the oldest cat video.

  • EARNEST: Unfortunately, FeedMe Chipotle,

  • I'm out of quesaritos, so instead I'll

  • have to feed you some humble pie.

  • Here it is.

  • It was uploaded three months after the launch of YouTube

  • in 2005 by one of its founders, Steve Chen, which proves once

  • and for all that YouTube was founded on cat videos.

  • Next time you're at your favorite restaurant,

  • make sure you stay away from the hot salsa,

  • because you wouldn't want to get burned.

  • Again.

  • Boom.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: [ANIMAL NOISE]

  • -I don't know what animal that was.

  • JACOB SOBOROFF: That was a cat, guys.

  • Think you could take down the champ?

  • Post your challenge in the comments

  • using the hashtag #STUMPEARNEST.

  • Every Saturday, our show focuses on just one topic,

  • and this week it is amazing LEGO videos.

  • Now plays us out, Bernhoft.

  • [MUSIC - BERNHOFT, "WIND YOU UP"]

JACOB SOBOROFF: Hey, it's Jacob.

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