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  • - What up, fruit lovers?

  • A to the O here with the whole gang!

  • Say hey, everybody.

  • - Yay! - What's going on?

  • - Today we're doing a never-before-seen challenge,

  • the Scare Pear Challenge, ooh!

  • (dramatic music) (wolf howling)

  • - Cool, sounds like a bundle of fun.

  • - It's a fundle of bun, for sure (laughs).

  • Here's how it works.

  • Pear's gonna sit his little heinie here,

  • and one by one, me and the gang are gonna take cracks

  • at making him scream the loudest.

  • We all excited to do this?

  • - Yay! - Yeah!

  • - No. - Then it's unanimous!

  • Here's the Scare Pear Challenge coming at ya! (laughs)

  • - Ugh!

  • (ominous music) (wind whooshing)

  • (cheerful music) (Marshmallow boinging)

  • - Hi, Pear!

  • - Hey, Marshy.

  • - I don't wanna scare you.

  • I wanna hug you, is that okay?

  • - Sure, I mean, you could try.

  • It's kinda hard to hug someone when you don't have any--

  • - Tentacles? (dramatic fanfare)

  • (Pear screams)

  • (horn blares)

  • (giggles) Did I scare you?

  • - Yeah, kinda, eh, how did ya?

  • - Thanks, Baby Octopus.

  • - Anything for a friend.

  • (Marshmallow giggles) Bye!

  • - Marshy, you've got some weird friends, cute but weird.

  • - The Scare-O-Meter gave Pear's scream 75 decibels.

  • Marshy takes the lead!

  • - Yay!

  • (ominous music) (eerie rumbling)

  • - [Apple] Whoo, I'm a scary ghost!

  • - Yeah, you're something all right.

  • - Aw, man, are you really not scared?

  • - Sorry, Little Apple, not scared at all.

  • - Aw, and to think I went to all the trouble

  • of studying up on ghosts at the library

  • before it burned down.

  • (dramatic fanfare) - Wha!

  • The library burned down?

  • No!

  • - (laughs) Gotcha, Pear!

  • - (gasps) The library didn't burn down?

  • Oh, thank goodness!

  • - That's 76 decibels.

  • Congrats, Little Apple, you've moved into the lead

  • by the smallest of margins! (laughs)

  • - Gah!

  • (ominous music) (wolf howling)

  • - Excuse me, could somebody tell me

  • what I'm doing here again?

  • - You're trying to scare me, Grandpa Lemon.

  • - Oh, I see, I've got a little trick up my sleeve.

  • Here, hold these.

  • (teeth splat) - Gah, ew!

  • - Okay, I'll be back.

  • - Where's he going?

  • Hello, Grandpa Lemon, anybody?

  • What the heck is going on?

  • Where is everybody?

  • - Right here. (Pear screams)

  • (horn blares)

  • (laughs) - How did you do that?

  • - A magician never reveals his (snores).

  • - Oh, good grief.

  • - The Scare-O-Meter gave it an 85.

  • Congrats to Grandpa Lemon, our new front runner.

  • - [Lemon] Thank you kindly.

  • (Pear screams)

  • (ominous music) (eerie rumbling)

  • - (laughs) You don't stand a chance, bro.

  • I brought the scariest thing of all time, a tarantula.

  • (tarantula hisses) (dramatic fanfare)

  • - I'm not scared of tarantulas.

  • - You, you're not?

  • Even though they're huge and hairy and could eat you?

  • - Nope, but it seems like you are.

  • - Nuh-uh, I'm not scared of anything.

  • - Then open the cage.

  • - Maybe I will.

  • - Cool, so do it.

  • - I'm gonna. - When?

  • - Soon. - How about now?

  • - Don't rush me!

  • (ominous music)

  • (tarantula hisses) (Grapefruit screams)

  • - Yo, what's with that guy?

  • - I don't know.

  • Your guess is as good as mine.

  • (ominous music) (eerie rumbling)

  • - [Orange] Oogie boogie, oogie boogie boogie boogie!

  • Oogie boogie! - Not scary.

  • - Aw, man, okay, let me try a different mask then.

  • - I don't think it's the mask.

  • I think it's the fact

  • that you're not doing anything surprising.

  • (knife thuds) (screams) Orange!

  • (horn blares) - (laughs) I so got you!

  • - What the!

  • - I put a mask on an orange ball,

  • see? (glass clatters)

  • (Grapefruit screams) - Whew, I'll admit

  • that was a good one.

  • - Thanks for the help, Knife!

  • - You're welcome.

  • See you tomorrow when I try to kill you for reals!

  • - Bye! - Okay.

  • - And the Scream-O-Meter agrees.

  • That was 97 decibels, which means I win the grand prize!

  • - Well, I didn't know there was a grand prize.

  • - Yeah, what's the grand prize?

  • - This megaphone!

  • - No! (Orange babbles loudly)

  • - Hey, yo, it's A to the O, back again by popular demand

  • with another challenge video.

  • Today it's time for, drum roll please,

  • (trills) the Candy Man Challenge!

  • Mm (laughs), sounds delicious!

  • (laughs) Just kidding.

  • I know this one's supposed to be super scary.

  • I'm doing today's challenge with Dr. Bananas

  • 'cause he thinks this whole urban legend

  • is just that, bananas! (laughs)

  • - Indubitably, and that's why I've brought this,

  • my patented paranormal detectifier, to help us determine

  • whether anything weird occurs.

  • - Am I getting a reading? (babbles)

  • - As a matter of fact, yes.

  • It's determined that you are highly irregular.

  • - Well, at least we know it works! (laughs)

  • (babbling)

  • (machine whooshing) - I think that's quite enough.

  • (machine screeching) (Orange burps)

  • (Orange farts) Orange,

  • you're going to break it.

  • (Orange laughs) (machine warbling)

  • - All right, all right.

  • - Orange, explain to me how this Candy Man Challenge works.

  • - Oh, it's super easy.

  • At 3:00 a.m., you say Candy Man's name

  • five times into a mirror.

  • - And then? - Then he shows up

  • with a banana hook for a hand and kills you.

  • - Wait, he has a banana hook as a hand?

  • - Mm-hmm. - And you invited me

  • to do this with you?

  • - Oh, I see now, you're upset.

  • - Yes. - Because he has

  • a banana hook for a hand

  • while you have nothing for hands.

  • - No. (clock chiming)

  • - Oh, it's 3:00 a.m., let's do this!

  • Turn on the weirdo meter thingamajig-er-bob.

  • - (groans) Fine.

  • (machine whirring)

  • - All right, here we go.

  • We gotta say his name five times.

  • - Ready. - Candy Man,

  • Candy Man, Candy Man, Candy Man, Candy Man.

  • (suspenseful music)

  • - You getting anything?

  • - No, it's not making any noise.

  • - Hmm, it's not giving off any light, either.

  • (metal zings) - Hmm, most peculiar.

  • Perhaps that's because it turned into

  • a hook? (hook zings)

  • - Uh-- - What is happening to me?

  • (screams) (Orange screams)

  • (Bananas screaming) (ghostly voice laughing)

  • - Whoa, talk about a banana split! (laughs)

  • Ooh, ooh! (Candy Man growling)

  • Ooh, ah, turn on the light! (hook zinging)

  • Turn on the light!

  • Oh, oh, he's gone.

  • - What, what just happened?

  • I, I have a splitting headache.

  • - (laughs) Good one, Dr. Bananas.

  • - It wasn't a joke.

  • My head hurts like crazy.

  • Can we turn down the lights or something?

  • The light is really bothering my--

  • - Wait, no! (ominous music)

  • (Bananas screaming) (ghostly voice laughing)

  • (wind roaring) (Orange screaming)

  • (hook zings)

  • What up, fruity toots?

  • I'm Orange, this is Pear, and we're coming at ya

  • with a new challenge I can't wait to try,

  • the Baldi's Basics Challenge.

  • What could it be?

  • I have no idea, but I bet it's scary.

  • Let's do this thing, Baldi, Baldi, Baldi, Baldi, bring it!

  • - Aren't you supposed to be doing

  • your math homework right now?

  • - Yeah, but it's okay.

  • I've decided I'm gonna be a professional video game player,

  • so really, I am doing my homework. (laughs)

  • - (sighs) Whatever you say, dude.

  • - So give me the down low.

  • How does the Baldi's Basics Challenge work?

  • I wanna know, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me!

  • - Okay, okay, calm down, I have it all set up.

  • - Wow, it looks just like the one from the game!

  • (game blips) - Go ahead, use it.

  • - [Baldi] Oh, hi.

  • - Whoa, whoa, even that just gave me chills.

  • - Now it's time for everybody's favorite subject, math!

  • Problem one. (game dings)

  • Aha, you got it, problem two.

  • (game dings) That's right, problem three.

  • (game dings) You're doing fantastic.

  • Problem four. - Hmm,

  • I don't remember there being a fourth question.

  • (game dings) - You're doing fanta--

  • (game blips) Five.

  • (game dings) You're doing fan--

  • (game blips) Six.

  • - A little longer than I remember.

  • (game dings) You're doing fan--

  • (game blips) Seven.

  • - Yeah, super long. - Eight.

  • - But also super fun, whoo-hoo!

  • - Nine. - This is so much better

  • than doing homework.

  • (game dings) - You did great.

  • Come here and get your prize.

  • (cheerful music) (printer whirring)

  • - Oh (laughs), yes!

  • Oh, I wonder what it is?

  • Oh, I'm so excited!

  • (game clatters)

  • Huh? (record scratches)

  • - Orange?

  • - It's my homework.

  • - (laughs) I got you so good!

  • - What the, the Baldi's Basics Challenge

  • is just doing your homework?

  • You tricked me into doing my math worksheet!

  • - And you fell for it, too!

  • You even said it was super fun.

  • - Ah, I didn't mean it!

  • I thought I was doing video game homework,

  • not real life homework!

  • Eh, uh, oh, no, this isn't gonna affect my ability

  • to become a professional video game player someday, is it?

  • Ah, I gotta undo it, I gotta do my homework wrong!

  • (dramatic music) (burps)

  • (Orange grunting) (game buzzing)

  • (gasps) Okay, whew, I got 'em all wrong.

  • That's better (sighs).

  • (ruler snaps) What was that?

  • - What was what?

  • (ruler snaps) That, what was

  • that whapping sound?

  • - I don't hear anything.

  • (ruler snaps) - It's, it's,

  • it's getting closer!

  • - Huh, maybe you should try doing

  • more of your homework questions.