字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Disney the season. - Let's talk about that. (alarm rings) (playful music) (fire blasts) - Good Mythical Morning. - Today we're joined by the incredibly talented and incredibly good at making me and Rhett feel old and irrelevant, it's Rowan Blanchard. - Woo! - Woo! - Woo, I like that. - Welcome to the show. - Wow, thanks, guys. - I like a good woo! At the top of a show. - Woo woo woo woo! - Good morning! - That's right. - You're telling me. Hey! - Now today we're gonna play a game about Disney Channel original movies or DCOMs for those of us in the know, and we happen to know that you've got a little experience. You were in a DCOM yourself-- - I was. - Called Invisible Sister, which if I recall, was about you accidentally eating a twin sister in the womb and having her ghost haunt you at school and dates and stuff, right? - It wasn't about that. I did write a pilot about that last month. - Oh. - Oh. - What a coincidence. - You should collab on that. - I don't know why I got that impression. Maybe we're just on the same wavelength, okay, we're gonna see if you're really an expert that you should be in a game of real or fake bizarre Disney Channel Christmas movies. It's time for Were These Christmas Movies On the Disney Channel or Made Up by Some Guy in Flannel? Okay here's what we're gonna do, I'm gonna read you a synopsis of a movie and a title and then you're going to guess whether it's real with your paddles, that would be Mickey, or if I made it up, and that would be Tricky. - Okay. - Now you're competing of course to see who can get more correct, because that's how competitive games usually work. - That's right! - And whoever wins gets-- - Are you competitive? - Yeah, I'm competitive. I was on the Disney Channel. (Rhett laughs) - Yeah, you had to eat other children just to get that position. - Yeah. - And whoever wins gets a selfie with Rowan Blanchard. - Woo! - Woo! (Rowan chuckles) Let's play, man, do it. I'm ready. - Here's the question. Little Jessica's mom died when she was a kid. Fortunately, Jessica just won a free wish from a magic stranger at the mall. She wishes for a mom for Christmas which of course leads to a department store mannequin coming to life and showing up to Jessica's house. Jessica loves her new Mommy but she has to turn back into a mannequin on Christmas Eve because who cares why, it's a movie. - Tricky. - Hey, I'm not even done yet! - You got more? - So while step-mom mannequin is busy seducing her dad, Jessica tries to break the curse and keep her from becoming an inanimate object again. See all this heart-wrenching mannequin mother-daughter drama in A Mom for Christmas. - A Mom for Christmas. - Mickey or Tricky? - Tricky. - Sticking with your first instinct. Going with my first instinct, going with my knowledge of Disney. - Oh. - Okay. - Going with it, what are you saying? - I think this sounds very intriguing. (crew laughing) And I'm hoping it's real. Mickey. - Okay, A Mom for Christmas is Mickey, it is real! This 1990 piece of art featured Olivia Newton-John as the mannequin mother, let's check out a clip. - What? - Honey, it's just a mannequin. - Take her hand, Daddy, please. We can't lose her too. We can't lose her too. (sniffling) (tender music) (dramatic orchestral music) - Do you really want me? (Rhett laughs) (dramatic orchestral music) (crew laughing) - Yeah, wow. - I don't understand-- - I mean I don't know how I missed that. (Rhett laughs) - Why didn't the mannequin turn into the mom? - I don't know. - She was in a different place. - Seemed like a opportunity they missed there. - But the dad was like, I'm still sleeping with the mannequin. (Rhett and crew laugh) - So you're supposed to wait for the mannequin to magically come to life before you make out with it. That's news to me. - Okay. - All right here we go. - I'm taking the early lead. - 16 year old Nick and Nicky-- - Oh. - May share most of their DNA. They're twins after all. But that's not the only thing they know how to share. Oh no, that is the only thing they know how to share. They hate each other. Adding insult to injury, it just so happens their birthday is on Christmas Day which means less attention and more importantly, less presents. Nick is especially angsty about all this, and one fateful Christmas Eve, Nick devises a plan to pelt his twin sister with snowballs from high atop his small town's big, weirdly magical oak tree. But one wrong step sends him and Nicky plummeting to the ground and through time! Can Nick and Nicky find their way back to the year 2002 and also find the true spirit of Christmas along the way? Does Disney have a satisfying grasp on bending the fabric of space and time? Find out in Christmas Presents, Past and Future. - Good gosh. - Wow! - Man. - Woo! - That's longer than the movie. Hopefully. - Mickey or Tricky. I want to say Mickey but then I think about it and I feel like it's Tricky. Just talking through my thoughts. - (chuckles) No that's good, that's a great strategy. - I will say the synopsis itself was very tricky. Like I have no clue_- - What he just said, yeah. - I knew you didn't follow that. That's my intention. - I'm gonna go with Tricky. - And I was already on Tricky. - Congratulations, you're both right, it is Tricky. But if it were real, this is what the movie poster would look like. - [Link] Oh. (Rowan chuckling) It would be me and my twin sister traveling through time. - Based on this movie poster, Link, if you find out that you have a twin sister on 23andMe, do not contact her. - Oh my goodness. Ugh. - Teen girls Sam and Allie are wandering around the woods like teenage girls do when they come upon an old shack with a weather controlling machine inside it. So again, much like teenage girls do, they steal it and make it snow in Los Angeles! But little do they know that the weather machine actually belongs to Santa. Soon Santa is hot on the trail of the girls trying to get his weather machine back while the snowstorm in LA has gotten out of control. Will Santa find the girls and help them turn the weather machine off simply by changing the batteries? Find out if that's exactly what happens in The Ultimate Christmas Present. Mickey or Tricky. - This is real. - Oh. - I know this because I remember this one. (Rhett chuckles) I remember the whole-- - Now this could be great gameplay, it could be strategy. - Are you messing with me or are you giving me an advantage 'cause I haven't seen this of course. - I'm not messing. I really do remember this one. I remember the Santa coming in. - Are you double messing with me? (Rhett and crew laugh) - I think you do you, if I were you, I would go with your first gut instinct which was Tricky. - Oh, okay, or are you now messing with me? No, I think you were too enthusiastic about this. - Yeah honestly I gave myself away. - So I'm saying Mickey too. - You're right, it's Mickey, this 2000 release, one year before your birth, Rowan, featured Brenda Song multiple years before her on again off again relationship with Miley Cyrus's most tattooed brother. There he is. - [Link] Good gracious, it's like he's covered in seashells. - Here's the promo. - [Narrator] Allie and Samantha had the perfect plan for Christmas. - The weather machine is missing. - [Narrator] Until it snowballed out of control. - [Weather Man] The Los Angeles area is experiencing snow. - [Narrator] Tonight-- - The important thing right now is to stop this storm. - [Narrator] Disney Channel unwraps The Ultimate Christmas Present. - This is so out of control. - [Narrator] A Disney channel original movie. - Send in the elves. - Elves? - Do you have a problem with that? - [Narrator] The Ultimate Christmas Present. - This is so out of control. - So how was it, do you remember that one? - Well as you said it was a year prior to my birth, but I do remember hearing about it. - Oh you just heard about it. - And seeing it. - So Santa's got a weather maker. - Yeah also looks like Kenny Rogers. (crew laughs) Little 13 year old Molly Fletcher doesn't know her real parents, she was raised by a nice barren couple who found her on their doorstep 12 years ago, the day after Christmas. But Molly's always wondered whose womb she actually emerged from. - Aw. - Now as she begins puberty, she notices some changes that are definitely unlike the usual ones, an insatiable craving for sweets, bring pink rosy cheeks at all times and suddenly, shockingly, white hair. Is she the long-lost daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus or is she just the most unfortunate teenage girl in the world with a rare genetic disorder? Join this traumatized teen girl on her quest to find out in Holly Molly Christmas. - For a second as you were going through that, I forgot you were describing a potential movie, and I just thought this was real life and I got really excited. It's like, Santa's got a child. - Mm-hm. - It's me. (Rhett and Rowan chuckle) - Go with that, Link. - That's why I'm here. - But you don't have white hair. - Well, I do underneath this. - That's right, she's covered it up. - I don't either. - Covered it up. - Hm. Now, yeah, I'll keep letting you go first. (Rhett and Link laugh) - I feel like it's Tricky. - Sh. - Great story. - I mean would Disney do something about the womb and puberty, like-- - I think so, I think it's high time they did that. (crew chuckling) - Yeah, I think they've got it in 'em. - I feel like this is fake. - Mickey.