Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Beautiful, - You have a beautiful jawline Keith. - Smile Keith, smile. - Okay, that's a little much. - Keith watch out! (rock music) - Driving. While distracted. We partnered with Kia Forte to test our concentration while behind the wheel. - We're going to try to drive a ridiculous course filled with distractions while not being distracted somehow. (anvil bangs) - Seems like all of technology and social media is driven towards making us not pay attention to anything that's actually in front of us. - You got your apps going to got your notifications you got your tabs open. Oh I got retweeted, that's exciting. - But first we're going to talk to a neuropsychologist to find out just how distracted we are. - I am a clinical neuropsychologist, that's someone who really focuses on brain structure and connectivity and how it influences your behavior. - What are the tests we'll be doing today to asses our attention? - One, you're going to try to sustain your attention and focus, another one, you're going to be switching between different kinds of thinking. - We have to do this for 20 minutes. - You sound so defeated already. - I hate this. - Ready, get set, go. - I think my worst focus, is in like duration focus, like when I read a book I normally get five pages in and realize I haven't read the last two pages. Oh god. - As a kid I was distracted by things because I was such a creative, but I was relentlessly told not to be distracted. - I have to scratch my face but I won't. If I have a quiet location with no distractions, I'm very good at focusing. Nope, stop the test. Nope. - Ned! - Doesn't count. - Certainly having OCD growing up I was always concentrating on things that other people weren't concentrating on. My mind is different. You're trying to beat me and there's no point in that. - Ned, you performed at the 91st percentile. Eugene, you were at the 75th percentile. Keith, you were at the 63rd percentile. - 63, that's me. - And then Zach, - I don't like that the numbers keep getting lower. (laughs) - You were at the 37th percentile. - This is every video we've ever done ever. (sad music) - So we're back from the brain doctor and she told us that Ned was actually the most focused so Ned, you get to go first. - I've got the most to lose. - But before we do it with all the distractions, we're gonna run the course dry, so we have a control. - This is science, ladies and gentlemen. - [All] Barely science. - Oh that was nice. - Oh wow. - Woo-Ey, okay that's too fast, that's too fast. I consider myself a very good driver. When you're driving with precious cargo you have to be very precise, very careful. Oh this is a tough turn. Oh my god. I gotta back up, I gotta back up. Yup, we're good, we're good. - Just look at all those cones, they're asking to be hit. Oop, that's one. Oh this is so fun. - When it comes to driving, I've always been very, very good at keeping my eyes on the road and being a perfect citizen because as an Asian in media, I can't be a bad driver. - Straight up I think I'm the best driver in the Try Guys, I'm gonna say it, there I said it, now that stop sign is a distraction, I will not be fooled. Oh that was great. How fun was that? - [Keith] The course is divided into four tiers, - [Ned] First it's phone based distractions, texting, calling, challenge will be to not look at your phone. - Oh am I second? - Yeah. - What's the second one? Oh yeah, second, the rest of the Try Guys are gonna get in the car with us and try and distract us. - Level three, will be a personal distraction which means all of us have chosen different distractions for each other. - And the final tier, random mystery explosive. - Oh no! No! - Craziness. (intense music) - [Keith] And we're off. - [Cell Phone] New text from Zach Cornfield, to hear it say listen. - Listen. - [Cell Phone] Zach said, love your bod. - Oh. - [Cell Phone] Here's the message, butts, butts, butts, Ned is sexy. To hear your message. - Keith I can't talk right now. Send. - Alright, don't get distracted, ignore the text messages. Hey look at those handsome men. Always slow down when you see handsome men. - This is amazing. It's me with out pants. - No, No, No, not looking, not looking. - Nope, not gonna look, I hate sign spinners. - Send text to Keith saying, I'm not interested in your Jacksonville does not suck. Science does not suck, what would the brain lady say? - What do you want Ned? - Hey Eugene, you're so freaking late, can you please hurry up? - What? No wait, I'm at a sign. Did you check back seat? What? - They know that spelling my name wrong is the, ugh. Oh that's disgusting. ♫ Hey baby girl, watch me take this turn. ♫ Hey baby girl now I've got a learn how ♫ To drive this course without losing my mind ♫ - Hey it's my friends. (pulsing music) - Oh sick, there's a camera. - [All] Nice, Hurrah. - All the way in. - Jacksonville does not suck. (laughter) - [All] Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. - [Keith] Gene! - [Zach] Hey. - So Zach always rolls into meetings with three teas. I've got a few teas here. - We just thought we'd be thirsty. We thought we'd bring a tea or too. - You know why we texted you compliments? 'Cause you're, - [All] Beautiful. - Oh man this is, oh no - [All] Beautiful. - No please please. - Alright guys, I really need to focus on driving right now so can you please. - Did you guys read that article about how. - Ah, that's a dancing lady. - Oh no, oh, oh no. (buzzer beeps) Oh Zach I'm so sorry I spilled tea on you. (sad music) - Wait your hair is. - Wait you want. - Guys don't touch Eugene's hair, you know he doesn't like that. - Smile Keith. - Okay, that's a little much. - Smile. - I just gotta move it. - Alright, (mumbles) - Eugene. (buzzer beeps) - [All] Whoa, whoa. - We have tea. Oh watch that tea.