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  • - [Eugene] 36 hours.

  • Zero sleep.

  • (Keith crying)

  • - [Keith] Ugh, I feel awful!

  • - We are going to be driving while sleep deprived.

  • - Yeah, I've, I've done that one.

  • Whoopsie doopsie!

  • - [Ned] Now this isn't something you think of as like

  • an intoxication, right?

  • - Out of all the things we're testing,

  • I know this is the one that I've

  • actually come close to crashing.

  • - So, we've designed a course with twists

  • and turns and surprises and we're going

  • to test ourselves to see how do we do

  • under four different influences.

  • - I have no idea how this is gonna turn out.

  • (upbeat rock music)

  • (crash)

  • - [Keith] Oh wow.

  • - Oh wow.

  • (upbeat trumpet music)

  • (yawning)

  • (sirens)

  • (screaming)

  • - Oh my god!

  • - Sleep deprived driving, I think is as

  • dangerous as driving while impaired with

  • any alcohol or other substance.

  • - [Detective Bill] And it's a very big

  • problem in the United States.

  • In the year 2016, 824 people died

  • as a consequence of driving drowsy.

  • - If you deprive yourself from

  • sleeping for twenty four hours,

  • it's almost the same as if you were at a point one

  • in an alcohol breathalyzer test.

  • My advice is, don't drive if you're sleep deprived.

  • - That said, we're going to do it.

  • - Ah, sleepover time!

  • - Sleepover time!

  • - To get sleepy, we are having the first ever

  • Try Guys official sleepover party!

  • - My wife is out of town and she took

  • the baby and the dog with her.

  • Got a little chickie, cheep, cheep!

  • - Things are about to get weird!

  • We're gonna wear onesies,

  • we're gonna have a pillow fight,

  • we're gonna draw a dick on whoever falls asleep first,

  • but first we're gonna dance!

  • (upbeat techno music)

  • - Then turn around.

  • (laughing)

  • (crash)

  • - When I'm sleepy I get a little more manic.

  • Mainly because I'm also taking

  • large amounts of caffeine.

  • - [Keith] Wow! There you have a butt slap.

  • - [Ned] Oh, boys.

  • - [Keith] So you can fuck each other while

  • dressed as tigers, obviously.

  • - I'm notorious for pulling a lot of

  • all nighters and it's bad, it's dangerous.

  • - Well it's commonly known as drowsy driving.

  • If somebody gets involved in a traffic collision,

  • they might have a civil implication

  • in the state of California.

  • It's legal, but it's not safe.

  • - Keith wake up! - Oh, god.

  • - No sleeping tonight!

  • - Sleepy Keith is the full on monster.

  • I just suck at everything.

  • I don't think I could do math.

  • I love math!

  • (crash)

  • - I become a giant baby-man, when I'm sleepy

  • and I knew, some of you were thinking

  • I'm a giant baby-man to begin with,

  • go, go right and fuck yourself right in the,

  • right in the face.

  • - Go turtle, go turtle go!

  • (screaming)

  • - Being a new father,

  • I'm not getting much sleep these days.

  • - We see people who are involved in traffic collisions

  • because a family had a brand new baby

  • and they're deprived from sleeping

  • that culminated in terrible consequences.

  • - [Ned] I probably average about four, five hours

  • of sleep a night.

  • - Seven to eight hours of sleep is ideal

  • for most people for proper functioning

  • of our health, our judgment.

  • - [Eugene] Were you sleeping?

  • - No.

  • (crash)

  • - Video games keep me awake.

  • - [Eugene] Yeah, yeah, flex, work that butt girl.

  • She a robot but she dangerous.

  • - I'm a car playing soccer.

  • (crash)

  • - Don't, don't!

  • - We have chemicals in our brain that help us

  • stay awake at the right time and then

  • we have chemicals in our brain that get

  • released to tell us, you know what,

  • it's time to go to sleep and make us sleepy

  • and when we start altering our behavior to

  • change those chemicals we can definitely get

  • into trouble and that can impair our driving on the road.

  • (crash)

  • - [Eugene] Yeah!

  • - [Keith] That is so scary.

  • - Now we're watching a scary movie.

  • - [Eugene] Ned doesn't like scary movies.

  • - Ned has never seen The Conjuring,

  • we told him it's a delightful romp.

  • - [Eugene] You're with us, Ariel isn't here.

  • We're watching The Conjuring.

  • - This is the worst night of my life.

  • (laughs)

  • Oh, Jesus.

  • (laughs)

  • (crash)

  • (gasp)

  • - Oh shit.

  • - This is gonna get merked.

  • (crash)

  • - [Eugene] How sleepy are you?

  • - On a scale of one to 10?

  • 10.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Eugene] Where did Ned go?

  • (crash)

  • - My little chickie,

  • do you guys want to see how I take care of Wes

  • in the middle of the night?

  • - We have a homeostatic mechanism kind of like

  • an air conditioning system where the more we stay awake,

  • the more our body wants to sleep.

  • So our brain starts sending chemicals

  • to us saying, "go to sleep, go to sleep, go to sleep."

  • - There we are in the nursery!

  • A fresh diaper!

  • Wipe, wipe, wipe our little chickie!

  • It's your diaper!

  • (laughs)

  • [Eugene] You're not gonna put a diaper

  • on a (words drowned out by laughter.)

  • - The ability to focus is impaired by sleep deprivation,

  • the ability to concentrate,

  • the ability to make good judgments is also impaired.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Keith] This is so scary.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Ned] Get out, lets get out, lets get out of here.

  • (gasps followed by mocked screams)

  • (crash)

  • (crash)

  • - I guess this seems like a good place

  • to lay down my foundation!

  • (laughs)

  • (backwards speaking)

  • - It's my house.

  • (crash)

  • (fake cryin)

  • - I feel awful.

  • (laughs)

  • (creepy children singing with multiple animal noises)

  • (dramatic, suspenseful music)

  • - Oh, my god. - Sorry.

  • - You just smashed my dick.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Lady On A Bull Horn] Kieth it's time to get up and drive.

  • - But Zach is so cute!

  • (sirens) (Keith and Zach screaming)

  • (sirens over music)

  • (Keith screaming)

  • - Six-one-thousand.

  • - [Lady On A Bullhorn] Let's walk, heel toe, heel toe.

  • You think this is a joke?

  • - I'm not sure, it's very loud.

  • - How do you like it?

  • (laughs)

  • (dramatic music)

  • - [Ned] We have set up 538 cones in

  • a complicated traffic course.

  • Since this is science, two days ago we did a control

  • where we each drove the course sober,

  • but today we haven't slept for 36 hours.

  • - My strategy is I drank a shit-ton of caffeine.

  • There's a lot of people out there that wake up really early,

  • drink a lot of coffee, that's what I'm representing.

  • I do this all the time.

  • - What's the difference between staying up all night

  • and waking up all night with a baby?

  • - I just wanna get this over with so I can go back to bed.

  • (laughs)

  • (sirens) (screams)

  • - Ready to fuck up this course.

  • - Do you want me to go? Do you want me to go?

  • Do you want me to go? Do you want me to go?

  • Do you want me to go? Okay.

  • - Okay, lets go.

  • Ohh, I'm driving a car.

  • - [Together] Yay! There he goes!

  • - (sighs) okay, just a normal evening with me following

  • my golf cart friend home.

  • - I just said that I didn't think I was that tired,

  • but then I got into this car and I got ready to drive,

  • and I'm pretty tired.

  • - Easy does it, easy, easy.

  • - [Keith] Oh, this is tough.

  • Oh, was there just a dip in the road?

  • - This is nonsense.

  • - [Eugene] This is easy.

  • (mumbles,) I've done this a million times.

  • Here we go, perfect.

  • (exhales)

  • - Oh, fuck!

  • Fuck!

  • - [Together] Ohhhh.

  • - If you're sleep deprived,

  • you're really not able to pay attention.

  • It almost acts like a central nervous system depressant.

  • - [Eugene] Oh, shit.

  • - That was an early wake up call.

  • - You're not able to concentrate,

  • so even if you're awake,

  • the ability to focus is impaired by sleep deprivation,

  • the ability to concentrate,

  • the ability to make good judgments is also impaired.

  • - Ohhhh.

  • (honking)

  • - Dog.

  • - I drive sleepy so often,

  • and once I get coffee in I'm like,

  • "I can do anything!

  • I can take over the world!"

  • - Drinking coffee may have an effect.

  • - This is a trenta sized coffee,

  • that's the equivalent of an entire wine bottle.

  • - But also, it may only be good for a short amount of time.

  • - Okay, oh shit.

  • - And he completely blew a stop sign.

  • - And the danger in that is that you may have a micro-nap.

  • - Oh, sorry.

  • - Oh, that's too much caffeine.

  • Okay, oh fuck, okay.

  • - They can culminate in a traffic collision.

  • - Fuck.

  • - Oh, fuck, that was the stop sign.

  • Whoopsy doopsy!

  • - I wonder if I can just pull off

  • to the side of the road here and take a quick little nap.

  • - Where the fuck is Ned going?

  • - He's left the course.

  • - Oh, no.

  • - So if someone wants to take a nap,

  • I recommend a nap between 30 minutes and an hour.

  • I think that's enough to get a little bit

  • better judgment, a little bit more feelings of awake,

  • - To arrive alive is to sleep.

  • Sleep before you go.

  • - He's totally out of the course.

  • Why'd he do that?