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  • Today we answer the sole question on everyone's mind.

  • - Will it shoe? - Let's talk about that.

  • ♪ (theme music) ♪

  • - Gooooooooooood Mythical Morning! - We have what has become a tradition on

  • this show of finding out if something "will."

  • - Right. - And today we're gonna find out

  • - if a shoe will. If something will shoe. - Yeah, I mean... we've done a lot of

  • foods, so why not branch out? Just for any of you who were wondering...

  • - 'Cause shoes are not food. - A shoe is an item of footwear intended

  • to protect and comfort the human foot while doing various activities.

  • - Mm! Thanks for that definition. - So, yeah, we're getting creative here.

  • A number of shoes have been engineered and, honestly, I'm excited about this.

  • I think we're not only breaking new ground, but we are gonna discover some

  • answers to questions that no one knew they were asking, including you.

  • Well, the question is always going to be...

  • (in unison) Will it Shoe?

  • Okay, here we are in the shoe testing laboratory.

  • We've removed our desk and we rolled out a carpet. There's gonna be some rigorous

  • - testing happening with the shoes. - We have steps! Look at-- we have steps!

  • All right, let's go straight for the first one. We thought, why not take an item

  • that you always step on and get really upset and make an entire shoe out of it?

  • That's right, the ubiquitous building toy for children of all ages...

  • (in unison) Legos!

  • (in unison) Legos... Will it Shoe?

  • Check this out, ladies and gentlemen. We have crafted a shoe-- two shoes out of--

  • - Completely out of Legos. - Purple Legos, because I like...

  • - (Rhett) Because you like purple! - (Link) purple shoes.

  • All right, so far so good. Lemme put these on.

  • (Rhett) Now, Link, the way that these things work, just so you don't--

  • These are not glued together. These are just--

  • - No cheating here. - These are just Lego'd together.

  • However, there is semi-removable tongue piece.

  • - (Link) Imma get my... - (Rhett) Look at that.

  • - ... my foot right in there. - Link's wearing the Mythical Sock,

  • - available at RhettandLink.com/store. - (Link) Imma go ahead and put

  • this one on too. Oh my goodness. Imma make my way to the runway very gingerly.

  • (Rhett, laughing) I'll start by saying, some of the best-looking shoes I've ever

  • seen you wear, Link! A little larger than the typical shoe that you wear. A little

  • slippery, and I don't mean traction-wise, I mean they look like slippers.

  • (Link) All right, here I come. I'm gonna come across the

  • - runway here. - Just walk at a ginger-- like a

  • 90-year-old man speed to start. That should be the-- okay, yep. (laughs)

  • (Rhett) Okay, all right, both the soles have come off.

  • - (Link) Whoop! - (Rhett) All right.

  • - What happened? - You went about 85-year-old man.

  • - You didn't go 90. That was your problem. - (Link) Look at that.

  • (Rhett) Are your feet completely exposed now on the bottom?

  • (Link) Yeah, I'm feeling a little draft on the bottom here.

  • (laughs) Hey, but listen. Now it's like a Halloween costume. Nobody knows.

  • - (Link) Hey, hey. - (Rhett) Hey, look at those Lego shoes

  • - that guy's got on. - (Link) Woohoo! Ah...

  • (Link) I don't wanna destroy 'em too much, because I-- you gotta walk gingerly.

  • - (Link) They look great. - And the best thing about these is they

  • leave a trail. I mean, look at that. You went from there to there and you know

  • - how I know that? - 'Cause they're there, there, and there.

  • - (Rhett) There's a trail. Yeah. - Will it shoe?

  • (in unison) Yes!

  • The best invention of humankind next to the corn dog is meatloaf.

  • - And there's shoes called "loafers," so... - Yeah.

  • Meatloaf.

  • (in unison) Meatloaf. Will it Shoe?

  • Okay, here they are, the Meatloafers. Now, I'm taking off the Mythical Socks, not

  • because they're uncomfortable but because I wanna be able to slide my feet into the

  • Meatloafers. Link, could you anoint my feet with oil?

  • - (crew laughs) - Um... no? I mean, I'll douse it, but

  • - you're gonna have to rub it. - (Rhett) Oh! That's nice.

  • (Link) Rub your own feet.

  • So you're gonna make some meatloafers, here, Rhett. There is a foot-sized cavity

  • - inside of that meat. - (Rhett) Oh.

  • - (Link) Oh, goodness. - (Rhett) Hm.

  • - (Link) Now, how does it feel so far? - Meaty.

  • - Does this feel like it's gonna happen? - No.

  • - Why not? - (Rhett) Well, it feels like it's really

  • - firmed up when it was in the oven. - (Link) Go ahead and stand up there.

  • - (Rhett groans) - (Link) Oh, goodness. There you go.

  • - (Rhett) Okay. - (Link) Now, just take a nice little step

  • - forward onto the... - (Rhett) Okay...

  • - (crew laughs) - (Link) Okay, and now the other foot...

  • - (Rhett) Whoah, hey! - (Link) A little balancing act, there.

  • - Look at that. - (Link) Oh, wow!

  • - Look at that shoe, Link! - (Link) Turn around. Give us a little--

  • - a little sashay on the carpet. - (Rhett) Hm. Boy, it stays--

  • - A little cha-cha-cha. Oh! - Oh, there it goes.

  • It stays right on your foot if you balance it right.

  • (Link) Ladies and gentlemen, the Meatloafer!

  • (Rhett) I bet you I can go right up the stairs.

  • (Link) Mm. Now let me taste a little bit. See if you can keep it on your foot.

  • I am willing to taste it off your foot. All right.

  • - (Rhett) Okay... - No, no, no, stand there. Stand there

  • - and feed-- - Hold on. I'll feed it to you.

  • - (Rhett) It's completely edible. - Mm. It's kinda...

  • - (Rhett) How's that, Link? - Chewy and meaty. It's kinda like eating

  • - a shoe, though. - (Rhett) Really?

  • - Yeah. - Did you think you were gonna do that

  • - when you woke up this morning? - No, but I didn't look at my calendar.

  • (Rhett) Okay, well... and then you just put 'em right back-- whup!

  • (Rhett) Right where they were.

  • - (Link) Okay. - (Rhett) How is that?

  • - Hm. That's crispy on the outside. - It's edible.

  • - It's not bad. I'll save this for myself. - So the Meatloafer... will it shoe?

  • (in unison) No.

  • Okay, let's continue our efforts to create an edible shoe. Since that was such a

  • - fail, why not try... - (in unison) cheese?

  • (in unison) Cheese... Will it Shoe?

  • (Link) Here we have Cheese Wedge Wedges. This isn't the first time I've been in

  • heels in an awkward situation. Aw yeah!

  • Cha-cha-cha. Whoa! (laughs) It is kinda slippery... (lowers voice) and kinda naughty.

  • - (Rhett) Wow! - (Link laughs)

  • Kinda naughty... that wasn't what I was thinking.

  • - (Link) Look at this, y'all! - (Rhett) You know, you could almost fool

  • somebody into thinking that you had on a cool pair of heels.

  • (Link) Yeah, I'm pushing it more to the heel 'cause it's really painful otherwise.

  • (Rhett) Now, but these are definitely the kind of thing that you're gonna have to

  • take to the club, you know? So you need to walk up the stairs to the club,

  • all right? Yeah. And then you get on top of one of those pillars in the middle of

  • the club and you need to do a little jig.

  • (laughs) Wow, that's very compelling.

  • (Link) Look at this, I'm doing a jig now, baby!

  • Okay, and then every once in a while you gotta jump from the top step, or the--

  • - Eugh! - Those things are holding up like crazy!

  • (Link) No cushion in that. Look at that.

  • (Rhett) They didn't seem like they absorbed much of the shock.

  • (nasal voice) These are wedges. Hey, you wanna bite?

  • - (laughs) Oh gosh. No. - (laughs) It's got, like...

  • (Rhett) It's picked up some stuff from the club. I'm not into that.

  • I feel like a horse... in Cheeseland. Will it shoe?

  • (in unison) Yes.

  • Now moving right along to the most indispensable item for every middle school

  • recess in America... the kickball.

  • (in unison) Kickballs... Will it Shoe?

  • Okay, as you can see, I've got some cake toppers strapped to my feet, and

  • underneath there's not a cake, there's a kickball.

  • (Link) Well there's two kickballs. All right, let's see if we can...

  • (Rhett) There's a lotta spring in my step, but I don't feel very confident about

  • - standing up. Can I just stay seated? - All right, lemme-- no!

  • Hey, it's shoes! Hey guys!

  • (Link) You gotta walk on the balls, man! Just use my shoulder and use that.

  • (Rhett) This is like when we get old, Link.

  • (Link in an old man voice) All right, c'mon.

  • (old man voice) I gotta walk on these new ball shoes. Hey, I got these new ball

  • shoes at the Footlocker. (wheezes)

  • (Link, normally) As if you weren't tall enough. Wow.

  • - It's the year 2075... - (laughs)

  • - and I've got ball shoes. - (both laugh)

  • (Link) Do you need me to stand in front of you?

  • I need to make it to the restroom. Where's the restroom at? (old man groans)

  • Go that way and hang a left on the carpet.

  • (Rhett groans more) Oh man. Ohhh. My ankles aren't what they used to be.

  • - (Link giggles) - I gotta take Lurlene to the ball.

  • Hey Lurlene. I got balls on my feeeeet. Ohhh!

  • (all laugh)

  • (Link) All right, stand back up!

  • - (all laugh) - (Link) Stand back up!

  • (Rhett) Oh, oh, ah! Hold on, I'm-- (laughs) I really lost the back one.

  • (Link) All right, here. Put it back on there.

  • - (Rhett) The structural integrity... - (Link) Don't give up, man!

  • - (Rhett) Okay, hold on. Watch this. - (Link) Put the feet in front of you.

  • (Rhett) I gotta get in this position. Oh!

  • - (crew laughs) - Okay. I lost a ball, Lurlene.

  • (Link) Here. C'mon, man. Don't give up. This is a great idea. We're gonna be

  • patenting these. So, like, squat like this.

  • - (Rhett grunts) - (Link) There you go. And then...

  • - Oh, this is good! - (Link) And then I can do this.

  • - Ohhh! - (crew laughs)

  • They don't have any more integrity. They're good for standing. They're not

  • real good for walking. But listen, I'll just stand in the corner.

  • - (Link and crew laugh) - (Link) Lean against the wall?

  • Yeah, look at that guy with ball shoes! Then I wait 'til everybody leaves, and

  • - then I take 'em off and walk out. - (all laugh)

  • (Link) So, will it shoe?

  • (in unison) No.

  • Okay. Those might have been a little too mushy. A little too much...

  • - Not enough stability. - Okay. But let's go with another

  • mushy one... gummy bears.

  • (in unison) Gummy bears... Will it Shoe?

  • - This is a dream of mine. - He's splitting a little bit.

  • - (Link) Oh, oh! - (Rhett) Just get your foot in there

  • - and I'll... - Hold it together. Hold it together, bear!

  • Go sideways. Go profile, go profile. No one will ever know.

  • - (Link) All right. - (Rhett) Look at that, Link! Slid right in there.

  • - All right, lemme try this one. - (Rhett) The thing that you're--

  • (Link) Ooh! Look at that. Slide right into that bear.

  • - I don't-- - There's nothing I can say right now

  • - that's appropriate. - I don't think that that bear's

  • - gonna hold up. - (Link) This bear is having a bad day.

  • - (Link) All right, let's see what... - Let's see if you can walk around.

  • Ooh, let's take a little walk in the woods, bear!

  • - (both laugh) - (Link) Here we go, left foot...

  • - (Rhett) Link, I know where this is going. - (Link) right foot.

  • - (Rhett) Hey, you left some behind here. - (Link) Where did the bear go?!

  • - (Rhett) Oh, look, it's a gummy bear. - (Link) Now, hold on, no. You still have

  • - to eat it off my foot, though. - Oh gosh, really?

  • (Link) Put a little... whup! Whup! Here you go.

  • - That's gonna be demoralizing. - (Link) In either one of us...

  • You know what? There's some over here.

  • Here. Just lick that off the toe, here, look. Here you go. There's plenty

  • - to eat, Rhett! - Oh.

  • - (laughs) - Mm. There's a lot of--

  • Oh! (laughs) I missed the seat. All right, here we go.

  • - There's a lot of gelatin in there. - (Link) Mm... mm.

  • - (Rhett) Mm. - (Link) Mm. Will it shoe?

  • (in unison) No.

  • Why read one of the most popular book series of all time when you can just

  • wear it on your feet? Harry Potter.

  • (in unison) Harry Potter... Will it Shoe?

  • All right, Rhett, slither in here. Get it?

  • I'm Slytherin! (cheesy laugh)

  • - Whoa! - Hey!

  • - You cannot be contained in the wide shot! - Hey! Ask me about my shoes!

  • - Tell me about those shoes. - They're all seven books of the

  • Harry Potter series on each foot! Fourteen books total. Ha, ha, ha. Where'd I get 'em?

  • - Made 'em. - (Link) How heavy is that?

  • - I'd say about 20 pounds each. (laughs) - (Link laughs) That is great.

  • - (Rhett) I'm working out my quads. - Are your feet getting more literate?

  • (Rhett) Ask me a quote from a Harry Potter book! Page... and book!

  • - Give me the Sorcerer's Stone, page 253. - I can't do that.

  • Come up here and let me analyze it.

  • (Rhett) Hey, is this the Harry Potter convention?

  • - (Link) Yeah, right up these two stairs. - (Rhett) Oh, these two stairs?

  • - (Rhett) Whoa! - (all laugh)

  • I'm gonna use the wheelchair entrance next time.

  • (Link) Harry Potter, will it shoe?

  • (in unison) No.

  • Okay, for this next one, we wanted to harness the power of walking to make a

  • - shoe that creates something. - Huh.

  • And the best thing we came up with was making butter using a shoe butter churn.

  • (in unison) Butter Churn... Will it Shoe?

  • - All right, Link, churn your way in. - (Link) Here we go...

  • - Hey, what's that on your feet, man? - (Link) Oh, some Butter Churn Shoes, dude.

  • I'm gonna get some butter made while I walk around. And yes, they are as

  • - comfortable as they look... not very. - Okay, well, you can't make butter