Selena Gomez Reacts to Wizards of Waverly Place Theme Inspiring Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy”

Selena Gomez Reacts to Wizards of Waverly Place Theme Inspiring Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy”


-The last time
you were here, we did — This was the last time
I saw you — we did “Hot Ones.” -Yes.
-And we actually ate the hottest wings in the world.
-Right. -And I don’t know if anyone saw
it, but, I mean, this is — It was real. We really ate, like,
the hottest wings. [ Cheers and applause ] -It was — It was not —
It was not great — for me. -Well, it was — it was —
[ Laughter ] -Like —
[ Laughter ] -I mean, I was —
I was crying but — -I was, too.
-No, I know. But the best part —
[ Laughter ] -Oh, no.
-The best part was going backstage
to check on you after the bit, ’cause I was like —
[ Laughter ] -No.
-‘Cause I was like, dude. I was freaking out,
’cause my mouth was on fire. And I’m, like,
eating bread and whatever. And I was like,
“Oh, I’ll go check on Selena, see if she’s okay.” And I walked
into your dressing room. Do you remember?
-Yes, of course I do, vividly. -You were throwing up
into a sink. [ Laughter ] -Stop.
-You turn around, I go, “It’s gonna be fine.
It won’t be that bad.” And you turned around and your
mascara was all down your face. [ Laughter ] And you had drool — you had
drool coming out of your mouth. And you go, “Get — Get out.”
-Yes. [ Laughter ]
That’s the nicer version. -Yeah, that’s the nicer version.
-I was like — -“Get out,” and that’s
the last time I saw you. So I didn’t know —
I’m happy you came back. [ Cheers and applause ] You’re a good sport.
You’re a good sport. [ Applause ] You got a lot going on.
“Dolittle.” You have a voice
in that movie, “Dolittle.” -Yeah.
-It comes out on Friday. -Yeah.
-And “Rare” is out now. Finally, it’s out.
-I know, it’s been — -I mean —
[ Cheers and applause ] -It’s been 4 years,
4 1/2 years now, before I’ve released anything,
so… -Are you happy it’s finally out?
-Yes, I am very happy. I think I had — I was holding
my breath for four years, and then, finally,
I just exhaled. And now it exists.
-Yeah. Now it’s out there. And everyone’s loving it,
by the way. It’s getting —
[ Cheers and applause ] It’s a great album.
-Thank you. -“Rolling Stone” loves it. “Billboard” calls you
“Triumphant.” “Variety” said “‘Rare’ is one of
the best pop albums to be released
in recent memory.” “Time” says,
“‘Rare’ is a pop gift.” These are great, killer reviews.
-Wow. -Thank you.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Well, I love —
“Lose You to Love Me” was the first thing you — the first song you released
off this album. -Right.
-And, man, oh, man, that was — That’s a great jam.
And I think everyone liked it, ’cause they were like —
‘Cause it’s personal. -Yeah. I mean, I think
there came a point in my life where there were so many things
being said on my behalf. And I found myself
protecting people that didn’t really protect me. ‘Cause I didn’t want, you know,
to start anything. And I — But I had a right
to say my side of this story. And I felt like — I felt like
that was so liberating, because it almost felt like
I had let it go, personally, inside of me,
once it was out. And that — I mean, that’s
the greatest gift, I think. -It’s tough, right?
To just do that. I mean, I couldn’t imagine
writing a song, just putting all your feelings
out there. -Yeah.
-Not only was it received well, but, like, it might be — was it
one of your biggest songs ever? -Yeah, it was.
-It is your biggest song ever. [ Cheers and applause ] So it’s good to take a risk. It feels good,
you take a risk like that. -It was —
I was very, very grateful. -Broke all sorts of records.
So… Anyways, I’m happy
the album’s out. You worked on —
Maybe on that song with Finneas — is that
Billie Eilish’s brother? -Yeah, actually, he —
We finished up the song and gave him the song
to produce it himself. And he did an amazing job. He’s obviously
extremely talented. -Yeah, we talked to him when
Billie Eilish was on, as well. And I found out —
I don’t know if you know this. But you have something in common
with Billie. You’re an inspiration
for the song “Bad Guy.” But not you. -Am I the bad guy?
-You’re not the bad — no. -No, I’m kidding.
-The theme song of “Wizards of Waverly Place”…
[ Cheers ] …was an inspiration —
[ Cheers and applause ] was an inspiration to her —
to getting the tune. -That’s —
-Isn’t that bizarre? -I love you.
-So, I thought maybe it’d be fun to play —
-I love Billie. -…to play a little bit
and see if we can see… -Oh, gosh. Okay.
-…what inspired her. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Okay. -Here’s a little bit
of “Wizards.” -Okay.
-Okay? -Oh, no.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] ♪♪ -♪ Well, you know everything
is gonna be a breeze ♪ ♪ That the end will,
no doubt, justify the means ♪ ♪ You could fix any problem
with the slightest of ease ♪ ♪ Yes, please ♪ -Oh, my God!
[ Laughter ] ♪ Ba, ba-doo doo ♪ -Yeah.
-That’s kind of — right? Here’s “Bad Guy.” [ “Bad Guy” plays ] [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -That’s so cool.
-Kinda, right? Isn’t that cool?
-That’s so cool. -That’s pretty fun.
I think that’s cool. What do you want people
to take away from the album when they listen to it? ‘Cause you got
a lot of tracks on here. -Yeah.
-13. -I think what was most important
for me with this record is to make sure
that every single song, whether it was the lyric
to the production, to mean something
and to actually hold weight. And, you know, one of my
favorite songs is “Vulnerable” on the track and —
or, “Vulnerable” on the album. And I think it’s —
it was a way of me hoping… like, hoping I could just
be a voice for people who are in
the same situation I’m in, whether it’s something mentally
that people struggle with or relationships, friendships. I wanted to be as honest
as I could. And the only thing that I wanted
was to make people feel good. And, you know, during all
the mess that’s happening, I think that I’m very lucky
to be in a position where I can make people
feel good. -Did you always know the album
was gonna be called “Rare”? -Yes.
-You did? -The moment we started
four years ago. -Is that right?
-We worked on “Rare.” And I just said,
before we finished anything, I said, “This is gonna be
the name of my album.” -Really?
-The word is so special. And it means a lot. And I think, in this time,
where everyone is obsessed with feeling like
they need to look the same way or get things done
or whatever it may be — And I mean, I’m —
Obviously, I don’t judge. I’m just saying there are
some girls who are hurting because they feel like
they don’t fit in. But this word
is eliminating that, because you weren’t meant
to look like everyone else. You’re meant to be who you are, and that’s unique,
and that’s rare. [ Cheers and applause ] -Awesome, buddy. I love every single thing.
-Thanks so much. -Congrats on the album.
It’s out now. “Dolittle” is out Friday.
Are there — Is there any other —
I always feel like — ‘Cause, like, for me,
if I put out a record, if there’s 13 tracks,
I probably — that is — That’s all I wrote was 13.
-Yeah, yeah. -Maybe 10, you know? And I put two bonus things
on there. -Sure.
-But I feel like a real artist probably — do you have, like,
other songs that didn’t make it to “Rare” that are out?
That are done? Finished? -Maybe there’s a few things.
Yeah. There’s a few other songs that I
couldn’t help but want to exist. So I can’t really tell when, but one of my favorite tracks
is called “Boyfriend.” So I can’t wait for people
to hear that one. -Wow.
That’s awesome. I love you.
It was good to see you. Selena, I love you.
You’re the best, buddy. Selena Gomez, everybody!
“Rare” is out now!

I Gotta Be Me | Music Video | Muppet Babies | Disney Junior

I Gotta Be Me | Music Video | Muppet Babies | Disney Junior


Thank you! This song
is about being yourself, something my baby brother
knows all about. – Oh, boy.
– 1, 2, 3, 4.( music playing )♪ Hey, I’m just a rat ♪ ♪ How ’bout that ♪ ♪ But I’m the happiest ♪ ♪ Rodent on the block ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I know just who I am ♪ ♪ Don’t pretend to be
a rat that I’m not ♪ ♪ I’m here and I’m sleek,
100% unique ♪ ♪ Take a nice long look,
you can see ♪ ♪ That I always
stay true to myself ♪ ♪ I gotta be me ♪ Take it, bro! ♪ Yeah,
it’s not always easy ♪ ♪ To know how to be yourself ♪ ♪ You might feel
some pressure ♪ ♪ To pretend that
you’re somebody else ♪ ♪ But you know in your heart ♪ ♪ Just who you are ♪ ♪ So, tell me bro ♪ ♪ Which way you’re gonna go ♪ ♪ Oh, I gotta be me ♪ – ♪ Oh, I gotta be me ♪
– ( panting ) ♪ I gotta be me ♪ ♪ Oh, I gotta be me,
me, me, me, me ♪ ♪ I gotta be ♪ ♪ Me ♪ Huh?

George MacKay Reveals His Most Dramatic Scene in 1917 Was a Mistake

George MacKay Reveals His Most Dramatic Scene in 1917 Was a Mistake


-George. Welcome to our show. Thank you for being here. -Thank you.
Thanks for having me. -Congratulations. “1917” won two Golden Globes
over the weekend. It won for Best Director
and Best Film. Not too shabby, buddy. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Yeah, thank you. Thank you very much. -How did it feel? Did you have fun
at the Golden Globes? -Yeah, yeah. It was mad. You know, I’ve obviously
never been before. And it was just —
It was kind of crazy. You know, you’re seeing all
these people that you recognize, that you’ve been
growing up watching. It was — It was good. -You must be getting
great feedback. This movie is phenomenal.
-Yeah, yeah. It’s been — It’s wonderful, like, for the
team, for everyone who did it. You know, it’s just —
it’s great. You know, when you have, like —
When a job means so much to you when you’re doing it, when it
aligns with a good reception, It’s a good thing, so… -When Sam was accepting
the Golden Globe, he said that when
he made this movie he wanted to cast two unknowns. Are you fine
being called an “unknown”? -Yeah, I think —
You know, I am an unknown. So I’ve got to be okay with it. -No, I think you’re
actually becoming known. -Well, maybe — I don’t know.
-Yeah. That’s the last — [ Cheers and applause ]
That’s the last of the unknown. It’s over.
-Well, who knows? -You’ll never be unknown again.
-From this point on. -Well, tell everyone what “1917”
is about basically. -Well, “1917” is set
in the First World War. And it’s the story of these
two soldiers who get tasked with delivering a message to
stop an attack from happening. And one of those soldiers,
their brother is in this attack. And they’re heading into
what they think is open ground, but they’re heading into, you
know, what could be a massacre, and it’s our job to get there
before they do. -It is totally amazing to watch. ‘Cause when I walked into it,
everyone’s like, “Oh, it looks like
the whole thing is basically one tracking shot,”
and it does look like that. But I’ve heard like,
no, it wasn’t. It’s, like, different scenes — Like, eight-minute scenes
stitched together. -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-How did you film this movie? It was unbeliev– It’s insane. -We rehearsed for
six months beforehand. ‘Cause you’ve got to basically
choreograph the entire film. Because, you know,
usually you have an edit, and you can kind of, like,
suss out the rhythm of a scene. But the rhythm of the scene
dictates the length of the set, ’cause everything has
got to be made to measure. -Yeah.
-So we rehearsed. We started out
on an empty field, you know, six months before
we started shooting. -With trenches dug?
-No. No trenches. Literally just looking
like a bunch of mad people in big coats with our scripts. -Are you afraid
that you might mess up? ‘Cause if you mess up a take, then everyone’s
got to redo the — I mean — -Yeah, we had that, as well.
You know? I had a few times where I was
responsible for, you know — You’re six minutes
into like a seven-minute take, and the rifle
falls off your shoulder. Like, something really, like,
kind of pithy like that. -Because you have to do
all these, like — I mean, if you look at this — There’s all these explosions
everywhere. I think that’s you. -Yeah. Yeah.
-I remember that scene. But what if you mess up
your line when you land? -Yeah. Well, I mean, you can’t.
[ Laughs ] -You really can’t.
But it’s just — It’s wild. And it’s powerful.
And I just — I think my favorite scene,
I think, is just you running and just —
everyone’s bumping into you. -Yeah, well, that’s — that’s
a mistake that made it in. That wasn’t meant to happen.
-Really? -Yeah, yeah.
We’re doing this scene. And it’s, yeah, a point in
the film where my character’s got no choice
but to make this big run, and this attack’s
happening simultaneously. And, again,
we’d rehearsed it for weeks, and we’d rehearsed that
he didn’t get knocked into. And then on the day,
you know, you take some hits. But the rule is you don’t stop
unless they say stop. So we just — we just —
-How do you know that? This is your first big thing.
Right? -You just kind of trust that, you know,
you just got to carry on. -I want to show everyone a clip
of that running scene. -Okay. Great.
-Which was a mistake, I guess. -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-I did not know. -A beautiful mistake.
-It really was beautiful. Here’s George MacKay in “1917.”
Take a look. [ Whistle blowing ] [ Explosions ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -That was great, man.
George MacKay, everybody.

Parents React To Kids React To Funny Adult Jokes In Kids Shows

Parents React To Kids React To Funny Adult Jokes In Kids Shows


– Oh my god! They’re stoned.
Oh– (laughs) – (SpongeBob) Doubloons!
Don’t drop ’em. – (Don Jr.) That’s weird.
– (laughs) Kids are gonna have
no clue what that means. ♪ (rock intro) ♪ – (FBE) So, we brought you in today,
because recently we had your kids react to some adult jokes
that were in some kid TV shows. – Ohhh! (chuckles)
This will be interesting. – (FBE) We thought it would be
fun to show you the reactions and see what you think
of these jokes included in kids’ cartoons.
– Okay. I’m hoping most of them went over his head.
– Julia’s such an old soul. Everybody tell us that. And so,
she always catches adult jokes. Always.
– We try to pay attention as much as we can. Not all the time,
but as much as we can. – (FBE) Okay. You ready
to get into this? – (chuckles) Let’s see what we got. ♪ (playful intro) ♪ – (Flash) And I had those…
– (Don Jr.) Flash. – Yeah, he knows who Flash is.
– (Hawkgirl) That’s fast. – (Flash) Fastest man alive.
– (Hawkgirl) Which might explain why you can’t get a date.
– (Jordyn chuckles) – (Hawkgirl) Which might explain
why you can’t get a date. – (Lucas) Oh!
– (chuckles) – (Flash) Hey!
What’s that supposed to mean? – (Batman) Quiet.
– (Don Jr.) Batman! – He don’t have a clue.
– (FBE) Why do you think it’s difficult for him
to get a girlfriend because he’s so fast?
– Too fast. Goes too fast inside the relationship.
“Oh, hi. I met you. Do you wanna go marry me?”
basically is what I’m interpreting. – I’m glad she didn’t
get that joke, (laughs) ’cause that was really…
yeah, not appropriate. – (Hadley) Maybe ’cause
they don’t really like how they’re very fast.
They’re just like that, “Nah, I don’t care.
I can never catch up.” I would just say,
“Eh, I can’t catch up, so… looks like
I’m gonna ignore.” – She’s very literal. She–
yeah, everything’s very literal for her. So…
That’s funny. – (Janelle) If I had a boyfriend
that would be super fast, it would be fine,
because he likes to save people. He would like run with her–
with me in his hands and then we could go home.
– (chuckles) I love her. I mean, that’s a good fast.
– (FBE) What do you think this joke means?
– It sounds like a sexual joke to me. I mean…
– He’s a one-hitter quitter. He’s a five-minute man, you know.
That’s what I think they were trying to say, but I know kids–
it’s gonna be way over kids’ heads. – A lot of the jokes,
they’re able to kind of play it off to where it has
kind of two different meanings. They didn’t put anything in there
that’s vulgar or anything, it’s just a little slight innuendo
that can mean something else. – (Yakko) Number one sister,
dust for prints. – Oh, I love this.
– (Bowie) It’s a show. – (Tida) Animaniacs.
– Oh, these guys were classics in these little adult joke slip-ins.
– (Dot) I found Prince! – (chuckles) The kids are not gonna
know who Prince is. They’re gonna be like, “What?”
– (Yakko) No, no, no, fingerprints. – (Julia chuckles)
– (laughs) – (Yakko) No, no, no, fingerprints. – (Tida) Oh my god. (chuckles)
– Did she understand this one? – (Tida) She actually got Prince.
That’s beautiful. – (Don Jr.) I know I remember
his face from some show. Aladdin?
– Did that– is that where he got– I don’t know.
– (FBE) So, he thinks that it was like the prince from Aladdin.
– Oh yeah, yeah. It’s way over his head.
If it ain’t in their age bracket, then they’re like, “What?”
– (Lucas) The guy was singing and he said “fingerprints,”
but the girl thought he said Prince, so she went and got a prince,
but then she threw the prince out of the window, ha, ha, ha. ♪ (imitates rim shot) ♪
♪ (rim shot) ♪ – (laughs)
He thinks he got it. He wanted to be cool about it.
– Thank God there are jokes like that in, ’cause no parent
would sit in the room long enough to watch half of this stuff.
(chuckles) – (SpongeBob) 25…
– (Don Jr.) SpongeBob! – Oh, SpongeBob. Everybody knows.
Even I know SpongeBob. – (Julia) I’ve heard that there’s
a lot of jokes that adults understand in SpongeBob
and I sometimes even understand them too.
– Yeah, she does. (chuckles) – (Lucas) 27…
– Ugh, I’m not a fan of SpongeBob. – (SpongeBob) The treasure must be…
– She’s actually not even allowed to watch SpongeBob. (chuckles)
– (Gary meows) – (SpongeBob) Why no, Gary,
this isn’t the bathtub. – (Julia) The shower head
is right there. (laughs) – (SpongeBob) Look, doubloons.
– (Hadley) Soap. – (SpongeBob) Don’t drop ’em.
– (chuckles) – (SpongeBob) …doubloons.
Don’t drop ’em. – (Don Jr.) That’s weird.
– (laughs) I just gotta say, Kids are gonna have no clue
what that means. This is gonna be
way over their heads. – I don’t think many kids
would know what not to drop the soap is. (chuckles)
– (Julia) I can see how parents can relate to this.
It’s kind of hard to get ’em into the tub,
because they don’t want to. They just wanna keep playing
or doing what they were doing before. – Thank God. (laughs)
Thank God! – Wow. That’s really…
an interesting comedy. (laughs) I’ve never even really let her
watch SpongeBob that much. A lot of the writing I feel
like it is more for teens and not little kids.
– They love SpongeBob, absolutely. But I don’t explain anything.
And if they ask questions, I pretend, “Oh, I’m sorry.
I’m busy, honey. I’m doing the dishes.”
– (fish 1) Hey, look! – (Bowie) I love this show.
– (fish 2) Why don’t you try it out? – (fish 1) I can’t find
the coin slot. Here it is!
(boing) – (seahorse screeches)
(thud) – (fish 1 yells)
– Did they know what happened? – (fish 1) Here it is!
(boing) – (seahorse screeches)
– (chuckles) – (fish 1 yells)
– Maybe I need to start watching SpongeBob. (chuckles)
(loud boom) – (chuckles)
– (Bowie) Ah! He found one of his fins–
one of the seahorse’s fins… – Oh my god. That’s so cute.
Thank goodness. – (Bowie) …and had a coin
then “Poof” and then “Ahhh!” – I thought he actually got it
by his reaction, but he didn’t get it. – He just put it
in his [bleep]. (laughs) – (Don Jr. chuckles)
– Look, he don’t have a clue. – (Tida) I’m really curious
where he actually put the coin. – (laughs) She’s curious.
– (Tida) Did he put in the gills? – No.
– (Tida) Do seahorses even have gills? – (laughs)
– (Janelle) I think the joke was, “Oh, I can’t find the coin slot,” and he put it in whatever he has. – “Whatever he has.”
That’s– (chuckles) that works. – (Julia) I understand it,
but it’s disgusting. – (laughs)
– (Julia) Pretty sure he put ’em in the… back hole.
– Yeah, the back hole. – (Julia) I’m not gonna say the word,
’cause that’s disgusting. – (laughs) She’s disturbed.
– (Lucas) The seahorse got a little angry for putting it
in his butthole, so he decided that he would
kick him and he exploded. – There you go.
So a little bit older, knew exactly what area.
– Wow. Who would’ve thought that SpongeBob was a really nasty
little spongey. ♪ (upbeat dance music) ♪ – (Gary meows)
– (SpongeBob) Gary! – (laughs)
– (SpongeBob) I was just looking for the sports channel, Gary.
– (Lucas) I didn’t get it. – He doesn’t get it.
– (SpongeBob) Gary! – (laughs)
– (SpongeBob) I was just looking for the sports channel, Gary.
– (Tida) What? It was just… It was dancing.
– I love her. – (Tida) What’s wrong
with Gary seeing it? – (Jordyn) That was weird.
Why did he get scared of Gary seeing that?
– (Hadley) He was scared if Gary… – (laughs) This is just…
– (Hadley) He didn’t care about football, but he liked
that show more. – (Julia) My mom will, like,
put pause and she’s like, “All right, Jules, make this quick.
I’m watching something you shouldn’t be seeing,”
so that’s probably like what they’re referring to…
– (laughs) That’s what I do. – (Julia) …whenever
they’re doing that. In this situation,
they’ll just barge in, and you wouldn’t be expecting it,
and you’re watching something like, “What?” (laughs)
– See? Older, and she got it. – He watching something
he wasn’t supposed to be watching. (chuckles) – More for me, it’s like
the mystery murder shows and stuff
that I’m like, “Okay, yeah, she shouldn’t know about this.”
So, I’ll put it on pause. I’m like, “Come on.
Make it snappy.” – Parents are the ones
with the twisted minds, so they would get it.
So, (chuckles) the kids… I don’t think– my kid for sure
would not think anything. – (Nicole) Richard, calm down.
– (Richard) You calm down, Nicole! – (Jordyn) The Amazing World
of Gumball. – Don’t know who these guys are.
– (Lucas) Oh my god. I love this show. Okay, I do watch this cartoon.
– (Gaylord) Margaret and I used to argue like that…
sometimes up to six times a day from first thing in the morning
until last thing at night. – (laughs)
– (Gaylord) In the kitchen. In the backyard.
– (Bowie) It must be a very rude couple.
– (Gaylord) Occasionally, we’d do it in public.
– (Julia chuckles) – (Gaylord) Once,
even while we were sleeping. – (Julia laughs)
– (laughs) Wow. – (Julia) That’s a lot
of different situations. I know parents fight sometimes,
’cause… – Oh my goodness.
Thank goodness they’re focused in on the fighting.
– (Lucas) That’s bad. A little too much.
Maybe one time a day’s fine. – (laughs)
– (Tida) It could be a good memory, but it’s like, “I used
to fight with her.” It’s a love/hate relationship
basically I think. – They didn’t get that either,
which is great. – Six times a day.
I mean, they’re not arguing at all. – Most kids don’t associate things
in a sexual manner anyway, so yeah, the sexual innuendos,
I think they can get away with really easy.
– It sounds super innocent, but it has another meaning behind it,
so I’m surprised she didn’t get that. – (Darwin) Can you think
of any better way to spend our lives? – (Gumball) Dude, I can’t even think.
Is my heart still beating? – (Janelle) I think they’re sick.
– (laughs) – Oh my god! They’re stoned.
Oh– (laughs) – (Lucas snorts)
– (Bowie) He almost died. – (Tida) What happens when you become
a couch potato and you accidentally superglued your butt
to the couch. – (laughs) Did she really say that?
– They’re probably stoned out of their minds and stuff,
and they’re munchin’. You gotta watch what your kids
is watching out here. There’s some crazy stuff on TV.
– If a kid is actually getting what is happening,
that is one smart kid. – (Mabel) Oh my gosh.
– (gasps) Gravity Falls. – (Lucas gasps)
– She loves this show. – (Lucas) Gravity Falls!
– (Mabel) I thought this stuff was banned in America. – (Wendy) Your sister seems
to be going nuts for that Smile Dip. – (Mabel groans)
– (chuckles) – (Mabel) Maybe I’ve had too much.
What do you think? ♪ (upbeat music) ♪
– Oh my god. She’s… – (Julia) Oh, jeez.
She’s seeing things now. – She’s hallucinating.
– (dog) Would you like to eat my candy paws?
– (Mabel) Of course, you little angel.
– (chuckles) Okay. I get this one. – (chuckles)
– (Tida laughs) – (Dipper) Mabel,
I need your advice. We’re hanging out in a haunted…
– (Jordyn) Oh, she’s just gonna be creepy.
– (Dipper) …anything about it to any of these guys,
they’ll just think I’m a scared little kid or something! – (Mabel groans)
♪ (upbeat music) ♪ The future is in the past. – I mean, this is actually
in a cartoon. (laughs) – (Bowie) She’s on a sugar rush.
Definitely. – That’s exactly what I would’ve
told Janelle. You see what happens
when you eat too much sugar? – (Dipper) Mabel,
how many of these did you eat? – (Mabel) Eleventeen.
– (Julia chuckles) She can’t even say stuff anymore.
– (Bowie) Sugar makes you, like, gah! And then…
– (chuckles) That’s right. Good job, Bowie!
– (Tida) I don’t even have words for that.
Is it supposed to relate to drugs or something?
I don’t know anymore. – “Does that
relate to drugs?” (laughs) – That’s interesting
that she actually went there. Well, she knows a little bit more
than I know then. – I’m sure sugar does
have that crazy effect on them, ’cause sometimes I do feel like
that does that to my kid. – We’re living in a time and age
where kids know more than we think that they– you know,
that they don’t know, and sometimes it does shock us. – (FBE) When you were growing up,
do you remember if cartoons included adult-directed humor as well?
– I don’t think they did. And the reason being
is because our parents didn’t watch ’em with us.
– I don’t remember having a lot of adult humor in those Care Bear–
Care Bear taught us some attitude. – I got a butt whoopin’
from watching the Simpsons, ’cause my mom was religious.
So, I had to sneak and watch it, so I could talk about it
in school like all the other kids were talking about it.
– I did not notice it when I was a kid,
but I definitely notice it now. Jordyn’s sitting here like,
“Daddy, why are you laughing? Why are you laughing?”
I was like, “It’s just funny.” “Well, why is it funny?
Explain it to me.” Like, “I can’t.”
– Now, as an adult, I will catch them. And I’m like, “Oh my god!”
Like, I did not catch that as a kid. It’s funny to see
how your mind changes and how, you know,
when you grow up, you understand things differently.
– (FBE) Finally, after watching some of these clips
and kids’ reactions, do you think the writers
and creators of these jokes should take the adult humor
out of cartoons meant for kids or are they just harmless jokes?
– They’re harmless, and the kids have no idea,
so it makes it even– you know, an inside joke
with whoever’s watching it. – Us parents need something
when we’re watching your cartoon. We need something.
– You know, give the parents a little comedy to kind of go,
“Wow! Whoa!” They put it in there where they know
a kid’s not gonna get it, but the parent will get it.
– Obviously, they wanna engage the adults as well,
so they gotta throw in one or two of those adult jokes.
And then you engage yourself back into the cartoon
with your kid. – If they’re smart enough
to catch the joke or question it, then I’ll explain it
in my own way, but kids are gonna
hear this stuff eventually whether it’s on TV or not.
And parents can control what their kids watch
and what they don’t. – There’s a lot
that don’t do it at all, and I find the cartoons
are very dry, and it’s hard to watch them
with your kids. So, the ones that have
that little added adult humor in, I feel like it’s these special
little treasures for us. – Thanks for watching
this episode of Parents React. – Subscribe and hit the bell,
so you never miss an episode. – Thanks for watching. Bye!
– Hi, guys. Josecarlos here, producer at FBE.
Make sure to check out all our other episodes
across all generations. All the links are gonna
be down below. Thanks, guys. Bye!

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i – We Know The Way (From “Moana”)

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i – We Know The Way (From “Moana”)


(echoes) (echoes) (distant drumming) (gasps) (echoing) (shouts) (voices chanting
in foreign language) ♪ ♪ ♪ Tatou o tagata folau ♪ ♪ Vala’auina e le atua ♪ ♪ O le sami tele e o mai ♪ ♪ Ia ava’e le lu’itau e lelei ♪ ♪ Tapenapena… ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪Aue, aueNuku i muaTe manulele e tataki ieiAue, aueTe fenua te malieNae ko hakiliaKaiga e♪ We read the wind and the sky ♪ ♪ When the sun is high ♪ ♪ We sail the length
of the seas ♪ ♪ On the ocean breeze ♪ ♪ At night we name every star ♪ ♪ We know where we are ♪ ♪ We know who we are,
who we are ♪ ♪Away, away♪ We set a course to find ♪ ♪ A brand-new island
everywhere we roam ♪ ♪Away, away♪ We keep our island
in our mind ♪ ♪ And when it’s time to find
home, we know the way… ♪ ♪Away, away♪ We are explorers ♪ ♪ Reading every sign ♪ ♪ We tell the stories
of our elders ♪ ♪ In a never-ending chain ♪ ♪Aue, aueTe fenua te malieNae ko hakiliaWe know the way…(gasps)

Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon Rap the History of Will Smith

Will Smith and Jimmy Fallon Rap the History of Will Smith


-♪ From the City of
Brotherly Love ♪ -♪ That’s Philly ♪ -♪ Comes a brother
that you love by the name ♪ -♪ Big Willie ♪ ♪ You seen him in Billboard
starring in shows ♪ ♪ But there’s a lot about him
that you might not know ♪ -♪ Like what? ♪
-♪ Actor, rapper ♪ -♪ Nah, pleading the fifth ♪ ♪ Jimmy, let’s teach ’em all
something ’bout Will Smith ♪ [ Cheers and applause ]
♪♪ -♪ Back in ’85 ♪ -♪ I rocked the house
till it turned to rubble ♪ ♪ Every time I told y’all girls
ain’t nothing but trouble ♪ ♪ Jeff’s the DJ,
I’m the rapper ♪ ♪ You can call him Jazz,
you can call me dapper ♪ ♪ Then I was rappin’ just
to make bus fare ♪ ♪ Then I moved in with my Auntie
and Uncle In Bel Air ♪ -♪ I don’t gotta tell you
that that show was awesome ♪ ♪ Every Monday night before
an all new “Blossom” ♪ -♪ Six whole years
I lived with the Banks ♪ ♪ So if you can dance
The Carlton ♪ ♪ I still give thanks ♪ ♪♪
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪ But a real big star
needs a real big screen ♪ So I had to spread my wings
if you know what I mean ♪ ♪ Went ham, no beef,
no Kevin Bacon ♪ ♪ Even though we still connect with
“Six Degrees of Separation” ♪ ♪ What you gonna do
when you hear the siren noise ♪ ♪ Me and Martin,
a couple of “Bad Boys” ♪ ♪ “Independence Day,”
aliens on my turf ♪ ♪ You invadin’ us, nah
Welcome to Earth ♪ -♪ ’97 married Jada
and she still set it off ♪ ♪ Any questions you and she
can have a “Red Table Talk” ♪ -♪ Agent J “Men in Black”
keeping a file ♪ So y’all could get jiggy
with it Big Willie Style ♪ -♪ Na na na na na na ♪ ♪ Bienvenidos a Miami ♪ -♪ Started out a Prince then
became the Fresh Papi ♪ ♪ ‘Cause Trey is the ace
Jaden’s a force ♪ ♪ Willow came and told y’all ♪ -♪ Whip your hair
back and forth ♪ -♪ “Wild, Wild West”
“Enemy of the State”-est ♪ -♪ Like Muhammad Ali said ♪
-♪ I’m the greatest ♪ -♪ From way back when
to the new Willennium ♪ -♪ “Shark Tale” played a fish
and was finnin’ them ♪ ♪ “Men in Black”
then “Bad Boys II” -♪ Give him 60 seconds
he can solve a Rubik’s Cube ♪ ♪ Dropped lost and found
turn it over and switch ♪ -♪ He even got Kevin James
a date in “Hitch” ♪ -♪ Just pursuing my happyness
no tension ♪ -♪ Forget the wack rappers,
man, he am legend ♪ -♪ Joined “Suicide Squad,”
played Deadshot ♪ ♪ That was after my super
powers then I found them in “Hancock” ♪ -♪ He fought Ron Burgundy
in “Anchorman 2” -♪ Then I bungee jumped out of
a chopper on YouTube ♪ -Aaahh!
-Aaahh! -♪ Checking off my bucket list
enjoying the ride ♪ -♪ And if you haven’t done it
please like and subscribe ♪ -♪ “Aladdin” ain’t never
had a friend like me ♪ ♪ And I turned into a pigeon
in my last movie ♪ ♪ So whether G, Genie,
matchmaker, fish or a bird ♪ -♪ You’re a good man ♪
-♪ Bad Boy for life ♪ -♪ Ya heard ♪ ♪♪
[ Cheers and applause ]