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  • Let's watch some Recess!

  • "The Break In"! Alright, here we go.

  • Eww, this looks digusting! What is that, tomato soup or something? Bubbling and stuff.

  • Wow, that food is burning the spoon! It's like acid.

  • TJ: Now this!

  • And now this! This kid wants a revolution. No more of this food!

  • Let's go get some food! They're under the tables.

  • I think they're gonna, like, break into the kitchen or someth--oh! That's why the episode is called "Break In".

  • He's going in. Into the kitchen. Which looks very scary. Even though it's not supposed to be.

  • There's, like, a fridge called "the good food" and it shines.

  • Look at the security system here.

  • The scary teacher!

  • TJ has been caught. Wow, she's, like, humiliating him.

  • And he's, like, so proud! He's like, "Oh yeah! I did it!"

  • MISS FINSTER: No recess.

  • No recess! Oh, nooooo!

  • Ohh.

  • What is he gonna do?

  • She's, like, training this kid to be a snitch.

  • TJ is going crazy, 'cause he has no recess.

  • "We're all in this together!" That's very good. Friendship is great!

  • Alright, this guy's got an idea. Who are they gonna ask? The Guru Kid!

  • He's, like, meditating! "Consider the bumblebee." Okay?!

  • So he's, like, talking about bumblebees? Yeah, there's nothing to do with what they asked.

  • Why did he talk about bumblebees? What is this...?

  • Alright! Thank Guru Kid!

  • Another person asking for advice.

  • GURU KID: Consider the bumblebee.

  • This guy--the Guru Kid's answer to everything is, "considering the bumblebee."

  • Man, why are these kids digging? Alright. They're trying to find someone to help them.

  • Oh, wow! She's trying to go over the top of the swing thing.

  • It's really dangerous, this is not gonna be good!

  • Yeah! She, like, fell! Not good!

  • Okay, they're gonna talk to kindergartners now. She thinks she can communicate with them?!

  • They're just people.

  • Okay, apparently not. They have, like, this kid tied up.

  • KINDERGARTNER: Let's eat them.

  • What?! "Let's eat them."

  • SPINELLI: ...meet my good friend Madam Fist!

  • Or he's gonna meet my good friend Madam Fist!

  • VINCE: ...ask your royal favor.

  • Royal favor? Who is this? Who is this kid?! Like, wearing a--wearing a throne?!

  • Just 'cause he's older, doesn't mean he's a king!

  • I am the king!

  • No, you're not! You're not a king! King of the playground!

  • His royal mind?! You don't have a royal mind! You're just a sixth grader! Who thinks too much of himself!

  • Jerk!

  • KING BOB: Some dumb kid!

  • Some dumb kid? He's calling TJ "some dumb kid!"

  • Yeah, you tell him! Tell him! Yeah! He's nothing but some dumb kid. She told him.

  • Man, everyone's like, "I am a dumb kid, too. We're all dumb kids."

  • Wow, she's very wise. "If you ever call someone a "dumb kid" just remember you're a dumb kid, too.

  • The dumb kid should be free! Alright! Whoo!

  • They're gonna rescue TJ now. Great!

  • Ohh, that tomato-food-thing. That--wow! That thing, like, burned the door! Wow!

  • Where's TJ?

  • Oh, no! Now, they were caught by the mean teacher.

  • Noooooo!

  • They are the best friends a guy could ever have! They're great! They're trying to save him!

  • Whatever happened to the diggers anyway?

  • Beijing, China?

  • They got to Beijing, China?! From digging at a playground?!

  • Kindergartners in Beijing, China? And they said the exact same thing, "Let's eat them!"

  • "The New Kid"!

  • Who is the new kid?

  • Alright They have a plan! They're gonna do it!

  • What plan is it?

  • Okay, so Gretchen's, like, distracting the teacher or something.

  • The key! And it's labeled as "The Key."

  • What is this key for? What are they planning to do? Ohhh!

  • They're trying to, like, change the clock so they can go to recess.

  • Okay. Is this gonna work?

  • Yes! The bell rang. Recess already?! Ha ha ha! Convenient!

  • Alright, class dismissed! Yay! Their plan worked.

  • Lieutenant? Why is there a lieutenant here?

  • Okay, they have a new student. Aww! Little military boy!

  • Aww. The new kid. He's so nervous, too.

  • Gustav. His name is Gus. Man, he's been to 12 schools! Wow!

  • It's insane! Must be difficult to make friends like that, if you change schools so many times.

  • Aww, these guys are so nice! TJ wants to make friends with Gus. Show him around. Tour of the school.

  • And there's a sign for the kindergarten playground that says "Danger!"

  • Aw, why is Gus crying?

  • What happened? Aww! Gus is touched that no one's ever been so nice to him.

  • Yeah, these guys are his friend! That's so nice!

  • What happened?

  • Ohh, the sixth grader is here! The guy who thinks he's the king. King Bob!

  • King Bob! You're not a king!

  • "Where's the old New Kid?"

  • Man, this kid is, like, excited. "I'm not a nobody anymore, I have a name now! I'm not the New Kid!"

  • "A new New Kid." Man, Gus is the new New Kid.

  • Now everyone's gonna call him "New Kid" and nothing else. Everyone's treating him so badly now!

  • They only call him "New Kid", they step on him, they don't let him sit there!

  • He can only sit in the back, as the "New Kid."

  • Wow! Even for attendance, the teacher called him "New Kid", not his name!

  • They're choosing people for sports? They forgot about Gus.

  • The constitution of the playground?! The playground has a constitution?!

  • Aww! So he can't even play sports with his friends. Tough life.

  • Even at home he's, like, "New Kid." His toothbrush label.

  • What is going on?

  • Aww, Gus! Don't -be-so-sad.

  • Gus is all, like, philosophical and stuff. "All we are is dust and wind."

  • Wow! TJ wants to give him back his name! Get some favors going!

  • Oh yeah, he has a plan. TJ always has a plan. Alright, Operation Gustav!

  • Hi, Gus! Alright! Everyone's calling his Gus. That's good.

  • The bus driver called him Gus, everyone--all the students in the bus called him Gus.

  • TJ: Nothing's going on, Gus.

  • Gus!

  • Yaay! Gus everywhere!

  • They even made a statue of him. "Maybe I really do have a name!"

  • The sixth grader's here! Oh, no! Took down the statue.

  • Ohhhh! That's the plan! So they wanted Gus to prove to the King Bob that he's not a New Kid, that he is Gus!

  • That he has a name!

  • Alright, Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus!

  • Aww, Gus is giving his whole backstory. Sad life that he's had, where he's always the New Kid.

  • For the first time a bunch of kids treat me like a friend! Yeah!

  • Yeah, you listen here, Bob! Tell him, Gus! He's not a nobody! He's a somebody! He's Gus! Yeah!

  • Oh, he gave him his name back! "You can have you name back."

  • GUS: I got my name back.

  • Yeah! He's got a name back! Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus! Gus!

  • Wow! That kid had to be the New Kid for three years, 'cause he didn't say anything.

  • So lesson of the story: Everybody has a name! And you should speak up... that you have a name.

  • So that was the first episode of Recess!

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  • Alright guys, I'm Shamim and I'll see you in the next video!

Let's watch some Recess!

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10代のRECESSへの反応 - シャミムの反応 (Teen Reaction to RECESS - Shamim Reacts)

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    robert に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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