– Is your booty worth asmuch as a celebrity booty? – Let's talk about that.
(upbeat music) Good mythical morning! – Morning Link! – Good morning Rhett, it'snice to be here with you.
– You cold this morning? – Yeah I'm not heating itup too much in this house, since we're here all thetime, I'm tryna like, I'm try to conserve, and you know, I'm cold natured, man, and I like this jacket.
– You might be overcompensating, that's, I mean, I'm saying, 'cause I mean, we livepretty close to each other and I feel fine and I'm in short sleeves.
– I feel fine too.
– Link, I have question for you.
– Yeah? – Did you know that thereare celebrities that have body parts that are important to them and others, apparently, so much so, that theyinsure these body parts.
– Yeah, the first time I heard about this, you know, my mom and I growing up, we would religiously watch”Entertainment Tonight, ” and it was just common knowledge that Mary Hart insured her legs, because in the wide shot, those crossed shiny legs were.
That was an important point in the show.
– Crossed shiny legs, okay.
– Well you know what? That might give you an advantage, you know about the crossed shiny legs.
All right, you might be okay at this.
– Yeah, don't talk to me like a child.
– Well don't act like one.
(Link laughs)It's time for some celebs have striking features like Steve Buscemi's peepers.
Can we guess how muchthey paid to protect 'em without looking like huge creepers? Please welcome, our first and only guest, he's never seen a jar of peanut butter that he didn't wanna get all up in, it's Link Neal!(Stevie laughs) (cheers)Come on down! – It's me, it's me, I'm here! – Welcome to the show, welcome to the show, where's your jacket? – Oh well you know, it's kinda warm out, I don't need a jacket.
(Stevie laughs) – Well I've got one on now, and reprising her starring role, the woman who holds the flimsy paper because we don't have a board because we're doing thisat home, it's Stevie! – Thank you!- Stevie? – Thank you so much, I'm so happy to be here, thanks for having me.
– Okay, pace yourself.
Just to clarify, I'mholding a curling iron.
– Plugged in, I hope it is.
– Oh yeah, it's real, it's very hot.
(all laugh) – What if you burned your beard off like, right in the middle overthe course of this episode, you didn't even know it? – All right, Link, youknow how this game works.
I'm gonna tell you about a celebrity who has a certain body part that is insured, and then I'm gonna give you two options for what the correct amount of insurance that they have for that body part is.
If you get three of theseright, Link, you win a prize, and that is a choicebetween a dollar bill, which I will mail you, or what is inside Lando's mystery box.
– You're colluding with my children? – Yes.
– I'm not comfortable with that.
“Hey Lando, I need youto make a mystery box.
” – Well too late, okay, youready for the first one? – Sure.
– It's safe to assume that everything that youread online is true, right? – Sure, yeah.
– We're using the most reputablesources that we can find, but I'm gonna be usingwords like allegedly, and according to, and reportedly because you know, truth is important, and we want to cover our butts.
Speaking of butts, longbefore Kim K's big booty magically appearedovernight, J Lo was insuring her iconic derriere.
Why is this taught tushy so iconic? Three words, Super Bowl half time show.
Google it and put a sock onthe door knob.
(chuckles) – Put a sock, I don't wanna know.
– Google putting a sock on the door knob, then you'll get it.
According to “Business Insider, ” how much did JenniferLopez insure her booty for? Is it 300 million— Oh! or three million?- Look at that, Stevie's got some constructionpaper action happening.
– Look at this, look at how pretty it is! – Wow!- I'm actually like, really impressed with myself.
Although I will admitthat Cassie did this, and that's why it looks good.
(all laugh) – Wow, thank you Cassie.
– 300 million dollars, dang, I mean– – [Rhett] Hmm, that's a lot of money.
– Three million dollars, that's a million and a half a cheek.
Is she, is it just thecheeks, or does she also.
Insure the middle?(Stevie laughs) – I believe you're talking about the anus.
– I'm going with just the crack.
A crack is actually nothing, how can you insure nothing? 300 million.
– Whoa you're going for that.
– I mean, how much did she gatpaid to be in the Super Bowl? You know, it was probably morethan three million dollars.
– Yeah, and she showed her booty.
Okay Link, going with 300 million.
– Let's see if he's right! (bell dings)- Yeah baby! – [Rhett] Yeah, look at that, Link! – I tell ya, I'm feeling good.
(ding) I'm in my home environment, I feel like I'ma be goodwith numbers all of a sudden.
– Well don't get ahead of yourself, and here's a fun fact, every time J Lo farts, a silver dollar falls out.
(Link and Stevie laugh) – Allegedly, allegedly.
– Fine, you know what, I'mgetting a little cold, all right.
– Okay here we go Link, you're on a roll.
Fortune sure does smile upon the beautiful people of Tinseltown, and speaking of smiles, isthere any smile more famous than that of Julia Roberts? She might be sleeping with the enemy, but she's also smilingall the way to the bank.
According to “Business Insider, ” how much did this prettywoman pay for insurance on those pretty pearly whites? Was it 60 million or 30 million? – We got a purple backgroundnow, we got some– – Oh yeah.
– And let me just say, again, I said how much did she pay for insurance, no, this was the amount of the policy.
She's not putting out this much money, this is what they're insuredfor, just to clarify.
– I'm just picturing Julia Roberts, acting in a movie, missing some teeth, and having pocketed atleast 30 million dollars.
I mean, it seems worth it to me, or is it more than the teeth? Is the smile, like the ability to smile? – I think her demeanor, I love her demeanor.
– That's what you'reconcerned about, is like, how much of the body part, like, the crack versus like, is itthe lips and the teeth part? – What about her tongue, is her tongue part of it? – I'd lose one lip and three teeth for 30 million dollars, I'm just saying it, like– – So is 30 million your guess? – 60 million's too much, I mean, for a smile? (Stevie laughs) I'ma go with 60 million.
– All right let's see the correct answer.
– Aw no!- 60 million is wrong, (buzzer)it's 30 million.
(all laugh) I couldn't really read, I couldn't read it.
– Oh, sorry! – [Rhett] Well, just becauseyou're a little bit blurry.
There we go.
– There it is.
– It's 30 million, so you are wrong.
Here's another, here's a fun fact about Julia Roberts, though, Link.
To avoid yellow toothstaining, every morning, she has a team of interns justpour coffee down her throat.
She just (grunts).
(Link and Stevie laugh) (Link grunts) – That's the noise you make.
– Yeah, she puts it on her Instagram.
– Oh, I'ma follow her.
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– All right, Dolly Parton is arguably the most iconic artist incountry music her-story.
And there's only one thing even more iconic aboutDolly than her music.
Actually, two things.
– Link, do you knowwhat I'm talking about? – I know what you're talking'bout, you're talking 'bout, you're talking 'bout the boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-bies! (all laugh) – Yo, that's exactly what I was thinking, boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-boobies! – There was an L in it.
– Boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-bies! – Yeah, Stevie give ita shot, it's fun say it.
– Absolutely not.
– Say it! Boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-bies! – Okay, according to ABC News, or ABCnoom-a-loo-ma-loo-ma-loo-ma-loo-mies News.
(all laugh)It doesn't work that way.
How much did Dolly Parton insure her boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-bies for? Is it 200 thousand, or 600 thousand? – See now we're, she's a reasonable woman.
(Stevie laughs) – Yeah she's, you know what, she's from the mountains.
– I'm surprised you haven't said that it's multi milliondollars to insure those boob-a-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-ba-loo-bies! My entire family is sitting over there, and I looked over at 'em, (Stevie laughs) and they're just, they're on their phones.
– Yeah, they don't care, they're over it.
– Boo-ba-loo-bies!- Oh my god.
– Nothing, I can't get a rise out of them.
– Okay, 200 thousand, or 600 thousand.
– It's gotta be 600 grand, and I think you should addthree movements of the decimal.
– Not an option, but you'regoing with 600 thousand? – Yeah.
– All right.
Let's see if he's right.
– I'm gonna rip it this time.
– Rip it.
(bell dings)Yeah! – You're right, Link!(ding) It is 600 thousand.
– I'm back on top.
– All right, you're on a roll.
By the way, those boobscould give you a motor boat, you know what I'm sayin'? (chuckles) – No? (Rhett stammers) – Hold on, do you knowwhat motorboating is? – Yes but I don't know.
– Those boobs are so valuable, they could give you a motor boat.
– Hold on, so you don't getthe joke, or you're joking? – I do get the joke, but I don't know how boobs would buy somebody a boat.
Yes I do, I get thejoke, all right let's go.
(Stevie laughs) – All right.
– All right moving right along, this list has beenpretty American thus far, so let's go across the pondto learn a little something about English footballplayer, David Beckham, or as I like to call him, Mrs.
According to “Economic Times, ” Beckham insured his legs against any kind of insure or disfigurement.
How much are David Beckham'sball blasting legs insured for? Is it 100 million or 70 million? – 100 mill, okay.
With that many zeroes, this is pretty close, this is a tough decision, I mean, the dude makes bank with those legs.
– Mm-hmm, yup.
– Shoot, man.
I don't know, I'm justgonna go with my instinct, the higher number, 100thousand million.
(laughs) What is that number, 100 million.
– It's just 100 million.
(Link and Stevie laugh) – All right.
– Okay! – Hey, it's blurry, you'rescreen's blurry, Stevie.
– Uh-huh, oh shoot! (buzzer)- Wow, I love how this is working.
– I lost it.
– Link you're wrong, it's 70 million.
– That's still a lot.
– It's still a lot of money, that's why he refersto mansions half a leg, and boats as just a shin's worth.
If you've ever hungout with David Beckham, you've heard him use those terms.
– He puts all pricing inthe terms of his leg value.
– Oh it's just half a leg, oh it's just a shin's worth.
(Link chuckles) Okay Link you gotta getthis one right to win.
– Okay? Last chance, alright, we'regonna end on a high note with Mariah Carey, get it? Whenever Mimi's name is mentioned, the first question on everyone's mind is, will we ever get a sequel to “Glitter?” (Stevie laughs)And the second question is, would you take a look at those legs? Which is more of a rhetorical question.
(all laugh) According to “Daily News” and Slice.
com, this is complicated, sohold on to your hats, in 2016, Mariah had her vocalchords and hamstrings insured.
(Stevie laughs)- Hanstrings? – Just the hamstrings, but this wasn't the diva's first timeinsuring her famous bod.
In 2006, she landed a contract with Gillette's Legs ofa Goddess ad campaign, and had the entirety of her legs insured, which of these numbers represents the combined value of Mariah'sinsured legs and voice? Got it?- Oh my goodness.
– [Rhett] Is it point 905 billion dollars? – Wow.
– Or 1.
07 billion dollars? We're pretty close to abillion dollars either way.
– Oh we're teetering on either side, this is not really a fair question.
– Oh come on, yeah it is, totally fair.
– I just wonder is it, at that point, it just kinda comes down to rationale, do I want to, as a lawyer, do I wanna present to Mariah that all that stuff isworth over a billion, or just under, I think it'skinda like pricing a car.
Just under, you know, the digit mark, you know what I'm sayin'? So I gotta go with the high one, 'cause they're afraidto undervalue Mariah, and have her respond to that.
– I don't quite understand your reasoning, but I do understand that yourguess is 1.
07 billon dollars.
– Let's see if he's right.
(bell rings)- Yeah! – You did it Link!(ding) (Link imitates explosions)You got three right, congratulations, that means– – I get the crisp dollar bill! – You get a choicebetween the dollar bill, which again, I will mail you, or what's in the mysterybox, Lando's mystery box.
– Mail the dollar.
(Stevie laughs) – You gonna let us all down like that? – Just kidding.
(Stevie laughs) I want the mystery box.
– Okay, I'll keep the dollar for myself.
– What, apparently he'shaving to rummage for it.
Which is not a vote of confidence.
All right, come over here, doyou wanna watch me open it? – Say hello to the people.
(Lando mumbles) All right, look at that, he put a label on it.
– That's so sweet.
– Can I shake it? Oh don't shake it, he says.
What is this, it's anorange with a face on it.
– Does he have a name? – [Lando] Orange.
– Orange, okay.
– We're big on the improv over here.
(all laugh) Thank you buddy, I guessI'm gonna eat Mr.
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