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  • We're gonna make food using Play-Doh kitchen tools, then eat it.

  • Let's talk about that.

  • ♪ (theme music) ♪

  • Good Mythical Morning!

  • Very excited about today, because as a child, I used to make things

  • - from Play-Doh, and it was like - Yeah.

  • they were just asking you to eat it because they've got all these kitchen

  • tools and things that are just inviting you to eat it...

  • - ...and it's non-toxic. - Oh yeah.

  • I'm not gonna lie; I ate a few gallons of Play-Doh in my day...

  • - ...and I'm still here. - Just the smell of it,

  • just the smell of it in preschool. It was sothe salty temptation

  • - was just too much for me. - (laughing) "The salty temptation."

  • I mean, it's like, "I just wanna, euh, just get a little taste of it

  • when nobody's looking." So today is certainly wish-fulfillment for me,

  • - and kind of an experiment. You know, - Yes.

  • let's put thelet's put the food where their mouths are. Where ourwhat?

  • Let's put our food where our mouths are.

  • Let's put the food where the Play-Doh is.

  • Simply put, let's see if we can make a viable meal using only Play-Doh equipment.

  • - Right. But not Play-Doh per se, - (cracks knuckles) "Food-Doh."

  • because we have made our own Dohs. We didn't just wanna do the Play-Doh thing

  • because while it is non-toxic, I wouldn't advise eating large amounts of it.

  • Well, it's not food. This is For-Real Doh.

  • - Right. (silly voices) For-Real Doh! - For-Real Doh!

  • We got some "Breadoh" here, which… I basically took some

  • wheat bread and then I deconstituted it by kneading it and added some flour

  • and some water and made it back into dough.

  • - That's interesting. Questionable. - What do you have over there?

  • We got "Meat-Doh," which is made from Spam.

  • I got some "Pump…k Pumpk-Doh," which is pumpkin with some flour added.

  • We got some "Cheesy-Potadoh," made from cheesy potatoes.

  • And then we got some "Blueberry-Doh," which is basically flour and blueberries.

  • - (Link) There it is right there. - (Rhett) Yeah, so obviously you can't

  • just mash up blueberries and make dough. You have to add some flour and water

  • ...to make it doughy again, but these are as pure of ingredients

  • - as we could make, including… - We've got a good consistency.

  • …"Pea-Doh," which is dough made from peas.

  • (laughing) 'Nough said.

  • I'm gonna go with an American classic: something that you've probably all

  • enjoyed before, but I'm gonna do a vegetarian twist on that,

  • because I don't have any Meat-Doh over here.

  • And I'm going Italian, because I like Italian food and, you know,

  • ...this thing is begging to make noodles.

  • Now, if you're doing this along with us at home,

  • because I know many of you are. You just went and paused the video

  • - and then went and made all your Dohs, - (Link laughing)

  • - welcome back! - Right, welcome back!

  • Hopefully you washed your hands, because we did several times.

  • See, now this is a toaster. I'm probably gonna put some

  • Breadoh in here, and make toast.

  • (Rhett) I am making a blueberry bun, will be the base of my creation here.

  • - You don't wanna have... - It's healthy.

  • bread that's not cooked, so I'm gonna throw it in the oven.

  • - (Link) You're really playing it up here. - Hey, I wanna use everything.

  • (Rhett) And I'm gonna set it on "boil."

  • - (both laughing) - Use the oven's setting.

  • I'm gonna boil my blueberry bun in the oven,

  • because that's the only part I can move right now.

  • (Rhett) You know what? I'm gonna set it on "oh eight seventeen" (fake beeping noises)

  • - (laughing) - All right, and just wait a second.

  • (Rhett) Waitin' for that Blue-Doh.

  • - Did you preheat it? - Uh, you don't have to with these.

  • The technology in that thing's amazing.

  • Yeah, and "Bing-ding-ding!" I think it's ready.

  • All ri-- oh, it's stickin' a little bit to the bottom.

  • (Link) Okay, and I'm about ready to make a toast here.

  • I mean, this is the happiest this toaster's ever been.

  • - (Link) Look at this. ♪ (Makin' toast!) ♪ - (Rhett) Holy mackerel, Link.

  • (Link) Look at that. That is satisfying.

  • (Rhett) Now, I've got my blueberry bun, fully cooked and ready to go.

  • Now I'm gonna move on and make a pea wiener.

  • I mean, uh. I'm gonna make a hotdog out of peas.

  • - (crew laughing offscreen) - All right, and I'm gonna...

  • I'm going for some noodles at this point.

  • Hm, I probably should've thought about that before I said it.

  • - (Link laughing) - Okay, so we've got dough made from peas.

  • - I'm not gonna call it "Pea-Doh" anymore, - Let's see...

  • I'm gonna make a spiralWhere's my little um...

  • - …my little insert. - (Link) Rope maker?

  • - (Link) Oh, you're talking about this? - Oh, yeah. I need that.

  • I need to insert that in here real quick.

  • Okay. Give that back, because I gotta make my noodles after you.

  • (Rhett) Okay, no problem. Okay...

  • - (Link) See, we're learning to share. - Yeah.

  • - Play-Doh teaches you to share. - Yeah, this is a two-man kitchen.

  • Oh look at this, Link. Here you go.

  • - Here comes the… - This is your hotdog, your Pea-Doh?

  • (Rhett) Wow that's not appetizing either.

  • - Your Pea-Doh wiener. - (Rhett) Feel like I gotta support it.

  • - (Link and crew offscreen laughing) - That probably was not

  • something that you wanna say again.

  • (Rhett) And here comes some more. There we go.

  • It's gotta match the bun length. You know what?

  • I need a handy-dandy tool from thisOh look, here's a saw.

  • And that's your hotdog? Eugh.

  • - (Rhett) You're the one eating it. - (both laughing)

  • (Link) All right, and so I've got Cheesy-Potadoh noodles.

  • Comin' your way here. You're gonna be tempted to speed up this process,

  • but that would be a mistake.

  • Wow, slow and easy makes the noodles. Because it is the season

  • for pumpkin-flavored things, I'm gonna use my Pump-Doh to make some pumpkin stars.

  • (Link) "Pumpk." See, and you wanna keep this thing moving back

  • as you're extruding the noodles. There's a lot of expertise

  • - that I have that makes this look easy. - I can tell. Mhm.

  • You're not gonna be this good at it, first time you do it,

  • but don't be hard on yourself.

  • (Rhett) You wanna press this down. You wanna press it down until

  • you get that star completely free, right there. And then you just

  • (wet popping sound and a splat) Pop out your star.

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) There you go. Projectile.

  • It's real easy. And then you got a little pumpkin star.

  • And I'm gonna put that over here. I'm gonna make a few more.

  • Link'll really enjoy those.

  • (Link) Hm. Boy, this is some gooey gooey-gooey happenin' over here.

  • You wanna catch a pumpkin star in your mouth?

  • (thump) Oh, it didn't happen. (thump thump)

  • Sometimes you just gotta get rough with it.

  • (grunting and thumping) You gotta, wellOkay. Boy. I feel like a doctor.

  • Helping somebody breathe. I'm helping my pumpkin star come back to life.

  • You're respirating it? Oh goodness.

  • (Rhett) It's a little sticky. See if I can...

  • (Link) Oh, me. Look at that. It's like a nice, blonde woman's hair

  • if it were made out of dough.

  • (Rhett) I've got beautiful thing happening over here on my plate.

  • - Oh wow, Rhett. - Ha ha, yeah. You're gonna love it, Link.

  • (Rhett) You're the noodle master, huh?

  • Heads up, star coming. (wet popping sound and a splat)

  • Oh, there it is.

  • (Rhett) Now, you do realize, that I'd say within the next

  • two to three months, there'll be a whole restaurant where they just

  • make things out of Play-Doh tools, and when you see this happen,

  • you point 'em to this episode of Good Mythical Morning.

  • Because we're gonna file a copyright claim at that point.

  • (Link) Here, hold this down right there.

  • Noodle-making is really a two-man job.

  • Yeah. We're like Mario and Luigi over here.

  • (Link in an exaggerated Italian accent) I'm makin'-a noodle!

  • (hissing sound) (still accented) Oh, my Play-Doh just farted!

  • You need to press the B button so you can go a little faster.

  • (forced laughter) Oh, and we're wearing red and green, too.

  • It is like Mario and Luigi.

  • (Rhett) That's nice. Too bad I have to eat it.

  • Yeah. That looks like pasta from some angles.

  • I gotta add some garnish here.

  • - Garnish? - Well, I gotta add the meat.

  • Open this Meat-Doh for me.

  • (exaggerated Italian accent) Tonight's spaghetti has a garnish of meat.

  • - (laughing) - Now, if you smell this,

  • - it certainly smells likeSpam. - Spam.

  • That's what it's made out of.

  • (wet plop) (Link stammering)

  • I'm gonna redeem this Spam, and I'm gonna make it into superior meat.

  • And just so you know, we did add a little food coloring to brighten up these,

  • so Spam is not naturally this red.

  • I think if I just take this, I'm gonna turn Spam into superior meat products

  • right here before your eyes. (grunting) Push!

  • Push, Link! You can do it! All right.

  • That's what they call literally self-motivation.

  • Trim, Link! Trim! All right, now...

  • You could probably do all that in your head.

  • - So what's gonna-- - (Link and crew offscreen laughing)

  • So what's gonna emerge here should be two...

  • (Rhett) Oh my goodness. That's beautiful, Link.

  • pieces of meat.

  • (Rhett) There's a drumstick and a t-bone. Porterhouse. What is that?

  • - It's um, artificially shaped Spam. - (both laughing)

  • - (Rhett) Okay. - Okay...

  • …I gotta try to...

  • (Rhett) You nervous? You're shaking a little bit.

  • - (Link and crew offscreen laughing) - You nervous about what I'm

  • gonna think about this dish? Listen, brother, I'm supportive.

  • Here we go. All right, so we got a t-bone...

  • Oh, yeah. That's gonna be nice. Yeah, mhm, be real nice.

  • (Rhett) Why don't you garnish your pasta with with that, Link...

  • - All right, here we go. - and I'll present mine to you

  • - and you can present yours to me. - And then we'll eat.

  • All right, so first let's clean off our spaces here a little bit.

  • (plastic-y sliding) All right.

  • Link, I know you've been anticipating this moment for some time.

  • I present to you "Rhett's Special Pea-Dog with Pumpkin Stars!"

  • (laughing)

  • (Rhett) So we got a blueberry bun, Blueberry-Doh bun.

  • We've got a Pea-Hotdog frankfurter, wiener, whatever you wanna call it.

  • - Pea wiener. Let's just go with it. - All right.

  • (Rhett) Then we've got some pumpkin stars. 'Tis the season.

  • - I mean, at this point-- - I will be insulted if you don't...

  • - Eat it? - ...at least get a star,

  • a full star, you know, you don't have to go halfway,

  • just go one-third on the dog. Enjoy.

  • But, you know what, don't eat it yet, because I wanna see what you got for me.

  • Okay. Rhett, I am pleased to present to you, straight from Italy,

  • "Spaghe-Doh and Meatballs with

  • - …Toast." - (everyone laughing)

  • As you can see, I've got a very nutritious pile of cheesy potato noodles.

  • Oh, that makes sense.

  • - (Link) With some meat drumette... - (Rhett) Yeah.

  • - ...and steak garnish... Oh, nice.

  • - …and bread... made out of bread. - (Rhett) Bread.

  • I can see that you've got meat made from meat,

  • you got noodles made from a starch, and you've got bread made from bread.

  • Would you be insulted if I made a sandwich?

  • Don't make it a sandwich. Eat it like the dish that it is.

  • - (Rhett) Mm… - (Link) And are you going first?

  • I'll let you go first, but here -- you need a spoon because you're gonna...

  • - You know how to do it. - Yeah I've been to an Italian restaurant.

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) - (Rhett) Okay, so I'm gonna take this.

  • - ♪ (Rhett singing nonsense) ♪ - (Link) That's fancy, Rhett. There ya go.

  • - ♪ (Mm) ♪ Oh. - The more you turn it,

  • - the more dough comes on there. - Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of.

  • And now I would just put a little meat on it.

  • - (Rhett) Okay. - (Link and crew offscreen laughing)

  • - Or all of the meat. - Hold on.

  • - (Rhett) Do you have a fork? - I have a spatula.

  • Thank you. How'd you cook this? Is it medium rare?

  • (Link) It's Spam, which I think is already cooked, I hope.

  • Right? Yes. Put that on your noodles. You're gonna have a mouthful.

  • - (Link and crew offscreen laughing) - And bread is for a following.

  • Bread is the, yeah, that's the afterthought.

  • Wow, (high-pitched giggle) you wentyou really went for it.

  • But it did look great, so I'm not surprised.

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) - Li'l chewy?

  • - Li'l doughy. - (Link and crew offscreen laughing)

  • Follow it up with some bread, there.

  • Hold on, I mean, I gotta get this down first.

  • I think when you swallow, it's gonna be here

  • and it's gonna string all the way down.

  • I take back what I said. No one is gonna open a restaurant where this happens.

  • (laughing) I'm not feeling really great about digging into this.

  • - What's this bread made out of? - Bread.

  • - (crew offscreen laughing) - Wow.

  • - This is good. It is?

  • - Yeah. - (Link and crew offscreen laughing)

  • How did the Spam and the cheesy potato noodles taste together?

  • - Bad. - Just the Spam tasted bad, or...

  • It tasted like dough with a hint of Spam.