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  • - Sit down, you little urchin!

  • - You little bloody arse-hole.

  • - You little flounder.

  • - Hey, everyone, my name is Tyler,

  • and I'm joined with the lovely...

  • - Zoe.

  • - And we are going to do a little video today.

  • We just filmed The Boyfriend Tag on her channel,

  • so after this, go check it out.

  • But today we are playing a little game called...

  • What is it called?

  • The Disney Challenge, right?

  • The Disney Challenge.

  • - The Disney Song Challenge.

  • - And we are going to see

  • who is the biggest Disney fan between the two of us.

  • - ♫ Bum bum bum

  • - I think it's me.

  • You seem to think it's you,

  • so I'm here to prove you wrong.

  • We are joined by two lovely gentlemen.

  • Gentlemen, say hey.

  • - Hello.

  • - Hello.

  • - And they're helping us play the music and keep score.

  • - I'm the points person.

  • - Ok.

  • Ok, Zoe, explain the rules of the game.

  • - Ok, the rules of the game are

  • a Disney song is played to each of us individually,

  • and we get a point for the song title

  • and from which film it's from.

  • But after 10 seconds,

  • that means you forfeit the round,

  • and the other person can make a guess,

  • and then it moves on to the other person's turn.

  • - Mmm. I'm gonna steal your points. Yeah.

  • - And the person at the end of game

  • with the most points is the biggest Disney fan.

  • - So you can get two points each round,

  • or zero, or one, so it kinda...

  • We never know what's going to happen.

  • Are you ready to go?

  • - Yeah.

  • - I think I'm gonna win.

  • - Who's gonna go first?

  • - You go first.

  • - Ok. Song number one.

  • - [Voiceover] Percussion. (calypso music plays)

  • - "Kiss the Girl." Little Mermaid.

  • - Bam. Two points. That was good.

  • You were very good.

  • Oh, I'm nervous!

  • (rippling flute music)

  • Oh. Pocahontas, "Colors of the Wind."

  • (crescendos into flowing orchestral music)

  • Pocahontas. Uh...

  • No, I don't get negative points!

  • What I love most about rivers is

  • You can't step

  • - Oh. "Just Around the Riverbend."

  • - Oh.

  • - I just got excited. I just got excited.

  • That's still two points.

  • - Is that allowed if you get the first one wrong?

  • - Yes! Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • - [Zoe] Ok. All right. - [Tyler] Ok.

  • - [Voiceover] Ready? - [Zoe] Yeah.

  • Is this my go?

  • - Yeah.

  • - Ok.

  • - Oh, my god, I'm on fire.

  • It's ♫

  • - "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." Mary Poppins.

  • - Wow!

  • Queen!

  • - It's so hard to say quickly! Try it!

  • - You killed it.

  • Supercalifragili... (mumbles)

  • (upbeat whistling march)

  • - [Tyler] I am getting-- - [Zoe] I know it.

  • Just whistle while you work

  • - "Whistle While You Work." Sleeping Beauty.

  • Something. "Whistle While You Work."

  • I got one point, right?

  • - Can I say what film it is?

  • - You can steal. You can say what movie.

  • - Snow White.

  • - Didn't I say Snow White?

  • - [Voiceover] You said Sleeping Beauty.

  • - Oh! Sugarfudge. Oh well.

  • So one point, one point.

  • Nants ingonyama

  • Bagithi Baba

  • "Circle of Life," Lion King.

  • - I was about to say.

  • Because you looked confused.

  • I'm like, girl, the first note,

  • you should know that!

  • - I should get that right, then.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I was wondering if it was "Hakuna Matata,"

  • and I was like, no, it's not!

  • - [Tyler] Hakuna Matata! - [Zoe] Hakuna Matata!

  • (rock 'n roll piano music)

  • - Oh. ♫ Bless my soul, Herc was on a roll

  • Hercules. Um...

  • Like, "Prologue" or something? Or...

  • "Zero to Hero"!

  • - Ooh, that was close!

  • - That was close. That was close.

  • Would you have known it?

  • - No.

  • ♫ I can see what's happening

  • - "Hakuna Matata," Lion King.

  • And they don't have a clue

  • - No! Lion King...

  • They'll fall in love and here's the bottom line

  • Our trio's down

  • - [Voiceover] Time up.

  • - "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"

  • - Oh!

  • - Originally sang by Elton John.

  • Ding ding!

  • (romantic piano music)

  • "A Whole New World"?

  • "I Can Show You the World,"

  • by Aladdin.

  • What is it called?

  • - [Voiceover] ♫ A whole new world

  • - "A Whole New World," ok.

  • I know it's one of those.

  • - ♫ Don't you dare close your eyes

  • - [Voiceover] Maybe he's right.

  • - "Part of That World," Little Mermaid.

  • - [Voicover] Maybe there is something the matter with me.

  • - What's it like to get all the easy ones?

  • (slow, melodic string music)

  • - I know what it is! I know what it is!

  • (slow, melodic string music)

  • (click)

  • - What is that? No, that was not fair!

  • - My go! My go!

  • - What is it?

  • - The Jungle Book, "Bare Necessities."

  • - [Voiceover] Ding ding ding ding ding!

  • - Who knew?

  • - I did! It starts off slow.

  • Doo doo doo

  • and then it goes--

  • - I don't think I've ever seen The Jungle Book.

  • - ♫ Bare necessities

  • The simple bare necessities

  • - Well, you know, I don't know about that.

  • (romantic piano and flute music)

  • - Beauty and the Beast, "Tale as Old as Time."

  • (romantic piano and flute music)

  • (click)

  • - Was that it?

  • - [Voiceover] "Beauty and the Beast."

  • - Isn't it just called "Beauty and the Beast"?

  • - [Voiceover] From Beauty and the Beast.

  • - She didn't call it "Beauty and the Beast."

  • She said it was from Beauty and the Beast.

  • Girl, it's called "Beauty and the Beast."

  • - [Voiceover] You said "Tale as Old as Time."

  • - "Beauty and the Beast." I knew it was that.

  • I knew, so I get a point for that.

  • (lively calypso music) - [Voiceover] Ariel.

  • - Oh, uh, "Under the Sea,"

  • Little Mermaid.

  • - Oh, god.

  • (melancholy guitar and flute music)

  • - Is it mine or hers?

  • - It's mine.

  • (melancholy guitar and flute music)

  • Pocahontas.

  • You think I'm an ignorant savage

  • And you've been so many places

  • Something savages.