– Today, we see how wellLink knows his Google.
– Let's talk about that.
(upbeat music) Good Mythical Morning! – Hey, Link.
– Hello, Rhett and a GoodMythical Morning to you too, sir.
– Yeah, you as well.
Now, are you making afashion statement today with what's on your shoulder? – Do you like it? It kinda broadens theright shoulder a bit.
No, this is a dish towel.
– Oh, okay.
– Honestly, I'm prettyflustered this morning 'cause I've been spendingthe past hour trying to mitigate the leaks in my house and it just so happens thatall the leaks in my roof, because it's been raining allnight, are only right here.
– Cool, good.
– Like, literally six different trickles, one on my shoulder, one on the iPad, one where my laptop goes.
– Are you gonna be okay? – I'm gonna be fine.
I'm flustered but I thinkI've fixed the problem.
– Have you been Googling howto stop a leak in the roof? – No, I didn't need to Google to know that the only thing I have at my disposal is maskingtape and Saran Wrap.
So, I've created roller coaster tracks from the leaks that are over me, draped to the side into some containers.
– Okay, well too bad.
If you had have been Googling, you would have been moreprepared for this game which is, (upbeat music) Google Me This, Google Me That, Who's the Trendiest Accordingto an Australian Swamp Rat? Er, I mean Google.
– I love it when a titlehas the word “er” in it because it makes you – Er.
– sound smart.
(laughing) – Right, okay Link, you're probably familiar with Google Trends.
– Oh yeah, of course.
– And I don't just meanthe trends on Google.
I mean the site GoogleTrends where you can go and actually look and seewhat people have Googled.
And you can see what searchterms are more popular than others and you can actually run this through different areas like a country or a state or the world.
And we're going to be playing a game today to find out how well you knowyour Google Trends, okay? – I've not used Google Trends.
I have heard of it and I'm probably about to be the victim of it.
– Here's what's at stake.
If you get the majority of these right, thenyou're going to Google or I'm going to Google the word loser and read it to myself.
And if you get the majority wrong, then you're going to Google the word loser and read it to yourself.
Okay? – Okay.
– All right, let's do it.
I'm gonna get nothing but wet.
(laughing) Don't laugh at that, Stevie.
– Here's the first one, in the past year what was searched more inthe state of Connecticut, Danny DeVito or plastic bag? – You can tell this from Google Trends? – Yes, you can.
– In Connecticut, DannyDeVito or plastic bags? – Which one's more popular on Google? – When?- Over the past year.
– Oh shoot, a whole year.
I mean plastic bags could get into some political type stuff with like, you know, legislation.
People be Googling about that.
– People be Googling.
– Danny DeVito, I don't think, I think it's plastic bags.
Because I think there's issues there.
Danny DeVito can'taverage out a whole year of being a topic of conversation anywhere.
– Oh wow, okay.
That's your final answer? – Plastic bags.
– Link, you're right.
(dinging bell) – Yeah.
– You're right, it is plastic bag.
– Don't be disappointed.
– Well, I'm not disappointed in you.
I'm disappointed in Connecticut.
Come on people! What do plastic bags havethat Danny DeVito doesn't? I mean he can hold things.
He's got holes.
– That's true.
– Okay, Link.
From 2004 to now, there'sonly one state in the U.
that Googled “fear” morethan they Googled “dancing”.
– Only one state.
– I'm gonna give you a couple of hints.
Okay? 'Cause it's just a one outof fifty chance right now.
You've been to this state.
– I've been to a lot of states, brother.
– And it's on the East Coast.
– First of all, I'm glad tohear that there's only one state that's more afraid- Right.
– than they are into dancing.
– We should feel good.
– That's some good news.
Give that a John Krasinski.
– That's a good reference.
Shows that you'reactually on the internet.
– You know what? We went to Detroit.
I got lots of love from Michigan.
So, I'm not trying to throwMichigan under the bus but it's just the firststate that came to my mind.
It's kind of on the East Coast.
– About to say, you knowthe East Coast of Michigan.
– Oh, you're saying it's on the coast? – Yeah, uh yeah.
– I thought you just meant if you drew a linein the middle it's the east.
– No, I would have saidit was in the eastern half of the United States.
– That's true (laughing) – I'm going, I doing you one better.
– Well, fine! – I saved you from yourself.
– All right, Connecticut.
I think everything hasto do with Connecticut.
So, that's my answer.
– Okay, you're wrong, it's North Carolina, Link.
– Our state? – It's your home state, bro.
– Do we know why? Can you Google why? – I could, but I didn't.
But I can tell you this, this is why there are noTikToks made in North Carolina.
– Everybody's afraid of it.
– They're afraid of dancing.
(laughing) – That is so strange.
– Okay, Link one for two.
All right, what searchbreak down between two terms within the past five yearsmakes the U.
map look like this? Where incidentally, one halfof the United States is blue and one half is redexcept for North Carolina, which is on the same side of this? Now what is this search term? Is it A: kale versus mayonnaise? B: soda versus pop? C: taquitos versus Flex Seal? Or D: People who think Judge Judy is hot versus people who thinkJudge Judy is the hottest? – (laughing) That's right.
She works it and I'm talking about she films a lot of episodes.
– Highest paid person in television.
– Kale versus mayonnaise.
That can't be it.
Soda versus pop.
That's not right because ifNorth Carolina says soda, 'cause we don't say pop, I know that for theSouth they don't say pop.
Especially the entire South.
Taquitos versus Flex Seal.
– Yeah, I think NorthCarolina is into the taquitos along with the South, emanating from the Southwest.
And Flex Seal is just a fall back for anyone who's not into taquitos.
– Great deductive reasoning, Link! You're right.
(bell chimes) It's C.
– Yes! – Taquitos versus Flex Seal.
(bell chimes) But what we've learned here, not only do you know yourtaquitos and your Flex Seal but the country is divided, people.
And the way that we canbring them together is just a plate full of Flex Seal taquitos.
– Oh, Snack Smash episode! Don't tell Josh.
I don't want him feedinganybody Flex Seal.
(laughing) – All right Link, two out of three.
In the state of Nevada, over the last twelve months, Nicolas Cage has beensearched for more than blank.
Is it A: wigs? B: potato salad? C: friendship? Or D: How do I tell my stepmom she makes me feel tingly down there? – Ew.
(laughing) Can I answer that? Do not.
It's not how, it's ifand the answer is no.
– Searched more in Nevada than wigs, potato salad or friendship.
– When I went to Nevada, Ididn't see potato salad anywhere.
Maybe that's why they're searching it.
I think that the state motto of Nevada has the word friendship in it.
I don't know why that thought just popped into my head.
I think it's the Friendship State.
No, that's Missouri.
(laughing) – Ah crap, it's Missouri.
– You know what? Screw it.
– Screw it, Link.
(buzzer) – Potato salad? – It's potato salad.
– No! Why? Why? – I don't know, man.
I don't have the answers.
But what I do have is the fact that the people of Nevada are going to be thrown for a loop soon because Nick Cage will actuallybe playing a potato salad in his new movie The Potato Salad Man.
– I would see that.
– Link, you got to getthese last two right.
– Okay, okay.
– In order to not be a big time loser.
There is one state, andone state only, in the U.
that in the last year Googled the topic of Hot Pockets more thantopic of human rights.
– Can you guess which state it was? – Was it A: Alabama? B: Arkansas? C: Arizona? Or D: Flavortown, USA? (laughing) – Dang, man.
See, you got me betweena rock and a hard place 'cause I'm throwing one ofthese states under the bus.
I already threw Michigan under the bus and it's not even on the coast.
– I'm sorry, Michigan.
– More interested in HotPockets than human rights.
– You know what, I'm notfalling for your tricks because I'd rather bea loser than throw one of my beloved states under the bus.
– You gotta have a guess.
Are you refusing to answer the question? – No, I'm answering.
D, Flavortown, USA.
(laughing) – Oh, you're playing it that safe? – Not that safe.
(laughing) – I think I understandwhat you mean by that.
And that is incorrectbecause it's Alabama.
But Link, here's the thing, before you judge Alabama here's the thing you gotta understand.
This is what the people of Alabama know that we don't.
Hot Pockets are a human right.
– There you go.
You're bringing it all together.
Red and blue makes purple, baby.
– I'm trying to find away to make it seem good, make it seem okay.
– There you go.
– All right, Link, you can't win now.
You are officially a loser.
But there is one more question.
A lot of different countriessearch individually for me as a musical artist and for you as an actor.
Because that is what we comeup individually as on Google for reasons that neither of us understand nor did we dictate it.
– But we come up at different rates.
So, in any given country oneof us is gonna be more popular than the other.
But ever since 2004, who hasbeen individually searched for more in the United States? You or me? – Since 2004.
Your name's hard to spell, especially the last one.
That may be a factorand this is since like, whew, since the beginning ofour, before our careers began.
This is everything taken into account.
Are there more unansweredquestions associated with me or you? (laughing) Who's more of a man of mystery? I think I wear my heart andeverything else on my sleeve.
Including my dishrag.
(laughing) And that, for those reasons alone and not anything to do with popularity or favoritism amongst the public, I'm gonna say you, Rhett.
– Well, Link, you took the humble way out.
It's actually you.
– Really? (laughing) – And here's the breakdown by state.
– [Link] I think I feel good about that.
– [Rhett] In our country.
– [Link] Oh, okay.
– [Rhett] I'm blue and you're red.
– [Link] Okay, so I'm prettymuch everywhere except for the mid to southern south coast.
– Congratulations, Link! You lost.
You got that last oneright but you're actually, technically, still a loser.
Which means that right now, you need to Google “loser” and read it to yourself.
– Define colon loser.
I am a noun.
(background piano) I am a person, or I am a thing that loses or has lost something.
Especially a game or contest.
(laughing) I'm also a person whoaccepts defeat with good or bad grace, as specified, and I'm also a person or I'm also a thing thatis put at a disadvantage by a particular situationor course of action.
Yeah, I mean my loofis reaking.
(laughing) – When your loofah startsreeking you need to replace it.
– Hey, keep Googling me though.
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