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  • - Argh, I'm Coyote Peterson and I just took on

  • the pickle pop challenge.

  • Pickle pa pickle

  • Pa pa pa pickle pickle pickle

  • (intense music)

  • I can't find the pickles.

  • Found 'em!

  • - [Mario] Don't drop your pickles.

  • - Oh, don't worry, I won't drop 'em.

  • - [Mario] Do you need any help?

  • - No I got it, don't touch 'em.

  • All right, so we've got all of our pickles.

  • The only way to have pickles is start off

  • with a little bit of pickle juice.

  • - [Mario] Oh gosh.

  • (deep sigh)

  • Can you stop eating pickles and driving please?

  • - I'm probably gonna drink this entire jar.

  • - [Mario] There's an officer right there

  • that's like looking at you eating your pickles and driving.

  • That might be against the law here in Thermopolis.

  • - Well here's the thing about Thermopolis,

  • they're known for a couple of different things.

  • Dinosaurs, the Wyoming Dinosaur Center,

  • which is one of the top dinosaur museums

  • in the entire world.

  • They're also known for having

  • the world's largest mineral hot spring.

  • And last, but certainly not least,

  • is the fact that they're also the birthplace

  • of pickle popsicles and that's where we're headed today.

  • To a little ice cream shop that actually

  • serves these pickle popsicles.

  • I'm gonna go and I'm gonna buy every single one

  • of those pickle popsicles and I'm gonna eat them all

  • over the course of the next 30 minutes.

  • Now to get myself warmed up, I'm just gonna go ahead

  • and finish drinking this entire jar of pickle juice

  • and then I'm gonna eat all the pickles.

  • - [Mario] Oh god! (laughing)

  • - Ahh, delicious!

  • - What you guys don't know is that

  • every time we go on trips,

  • we have to get these pickles for Coyote.

  • And he goes through like, I don't know,

  • like two or three a day, he's got a problem.

  • Some might say he's got an addiction to pickles.

  • And you know, unfortunately, we have to provide him

  • these pickles in order for him to perform,

  • beause otherwise, sometimes he can't remember his lines,

  • he's just not really a good performer without his pickles.

  • - Hello, my name's Pickle, Pickle Peterson.

  • You wanna a pickle?

  • (gentle music)

  • You're doin' it, you're swinging?

  • (gentle music)

  • Swinging pickles.

  • (gentle music)

  • (applauding)

  • You did it!

  • (gentle music)

  • You want some? Okay.

  • (gentle music)

  • Here it is, Dairyland, the birthplace of pickle pops.

  • All right, let's park and head in there

  • to buy all of their pickle pops.

  • There's no question about it, this looks like the place.

  • Let's check the menu.

  • Boom, right there, Pickle Pop.

  • The most valuable thing on the menu.

  • Looks like it must be a popular place,

  • so we're gonna have to get in line.

  • Hi there, how are you?

  • - I'm good, how are you?

  • - You guys have pickle pops?

  • - Yes we do!

  • - I would actually like to order all of your pickle pops.

  • - So we have 10 right now.

  • - 10, okay, as I understand it, the current standing

  • world record is eight pickle pops eaten in 30 minutes.

  • So I'm gonna buy all 10 of these

  • and try to set a new world record, is that okay?

  • - Yeah, that's perfect.

  • - Now this is kinda crazy, but do you think

  • there's any way that we can see

  • where the pickle pops are actually made?

  • - Yes, if you just come back, I'll show you.

  • - For real? - Yeah.

  • - What is your name?

  • - Madeline. - Madeline.

  • I'm Coyote, you're serious, I can come back

  • and see where you guys make the pickle pops?

  • - Yes. - Sweet.

  • All right, we're gonna check out the factory, let's go.

  • This is amazing, we just got behind the scenes access

  • here at Dairyland to find out how they make pickle pops.

  • Whoa, look at that jar of pickles!

  • This is sanitary, right?

  • - Yes. - Yes.

  • - Okay, so you just need to cup and pour

  • the juice in like that.

  • - It's not as high tech as I would have thought,

  • but that is incredible.

  • So the pickle pops start their life journey

  • out here in the factory, and then they actually move

  • to the store front where you can purchase them.

  • So basically at this point, I think you can leave me here

  • with the pickle pops, you did an awesome job.

  • - Thank you.

  • - Showing me the process of making pickle pops

  • and this is where it all comes together, right here folks.

  • I'm about to eat 10 pickle pops.

  • And as you guys saw already,

  • the process is quite scientific.

  • You actually just pour the pickle juice

  • into this mold maker and then you freeze it.

  • Now I can't tell you exactly what the temperature is,

  • 'cause then anybody would just be able to make pickle pops

  • and they wouldn't be as special.

  • But here in Thermopolis, this is one of the most popular

  • mid-afternoon treats, now the only thing that I feel

  • like these pickle pops are actually missing

  • are some real pickles, so the good news is

  • I brought another jar of pickles just for myself

  • because what washes down pickle pops better than water?

  • Pickle juice.

  • Now actually just to wet my whistle,

  • I'm gonna get started, oh yeah,

  • you don't want to eat the garlic ball.

  • Mm, that's so good right when it hits your lips.

  • Okay, let's see, I don't know where to start.

  • Do I start on the left, do I start on the right?

  • Do I try to eat them all at once?

  • Once you pop a pickle pop, you really can't stop.

  • So I'm just gonna start right here.

  • This one looks like it's starting to melt.

  • Look at that, look at the coloration.

  • Neon yellowish green, you know it's good when it's neon.

  • I'm gonna take my first bite,

  • completely unknowing what this is gonna be like.

  • Extremely salty, wow, that is a salty pickle pop.

  • Now it's probably a little bit better

  • if I actually dip it into the pickle juice, just like that.

  • Yeah, well, pickle pops here in Thermopolis

  • definitely are delicious.

  • Now the real question is, will I be able to eat

  • all 10 of these pickle pops?

  • That's the real question.

  • This might take a while.

  • After a long day out there searching for fossils

  • with the Wyoming Dinosaur Center,

  • I just felt like I needed something salty

  • and once I discovered the fact that Dairyland here

  • is the birthplace of this new phenomenon, pickle pops,

  • taking pickle juice and actually freezing it

  • so you can enjoy it as a salty, but cooling summer treat,

  • I said to myself, you know what?

  • We've got to make an episode about this.

  • I think the thing you guys are all asking yourselves

  • right now is, "Coyote, if you eat all these pickle pops,

  • "are you going to puke up pickles?"

  • Pickle puke would probably be the grossest puke

  • you could possibly puke.

  • - For a person that likes pickles, he's doin' horrible.

  • I really thought he was gonna

  • plow through those and enjoy them.

  • It seems like he's already at his weak stomach phase.

  • (retching)

  • He always, you know, he's got a bit of a squeamish stomach.

  • So I can probably predict what's gonna happen.

  • - That's six. (crunching)

  • Mm. - Come on, do it!

  • (crunching)

  • - That's seven, seven and a half.

  • That's so cold!

  • Okay, I'm officially down

  • to the last two, partially melted