DRAWFEE SELLS OUT – The Drawfee Variety Hour


– Julia Lepetit, what are we gonna do? If we don’t get a sponsor for this episode of Drawfee Variety Hour,
we’re gonna be canceled. – Nathan Yaffe, this is
trouble, big trouble, bigger even than the time you tried to convince Adam Gold
to eat all those eggs. – (laughs) Yeah, that was
a lot of eggs, you know? He almost did it too, rest in peace. Jacob Andrews, what do you think? – Oh (laughs), I think I have an idea. – What is it? (relaxed synth music) (chuckling) – Professionalism. – Hi guys, I brought out some new Cham Clowder mugs! You guys have a chammy day now, all right? – Do you have to talk that way? Is that–
– I don’t know what it means to have a chammy day. – What does it mean to have a chammy day? Is that good or is that bad? – I mean, I love a free mug. – That’s something. – [Announcer] This is Cham
Clowder’s Drawfee Variety Hour! Yes, one full hour of
wonderfully sponsored content that we’ll all enjoy. Featuring Cham Clowder’s Nathan Yaffe, Cham Clowder’s very own Julia Lepetit, and the chamster himself, Jacob Chamdrews. Oh yep, there they are. Camera’s in place and everything. (energetic pop music) – Wow, welcome to the
Drawfee Variety Hour, where the, excuse me, the Cham Clowder– – Cham Clowder– – [Announcer] Cham Clowder’s
Drawfee Variety Hour! – Welcome to Cham Clowder’s
Drawfee Variety Hour. – They’re very specific in how we say it. – Yeah.
– Yup. – The show was on its last legs and thank goodness for
Cham Clowder coming in, saving the day. It’s weird, I don’t
remember that conversation, having that conversation with you guys, but it clearly happened, it was on video. – Yeah, there’s video footage. – Like that was clearly us. – And I’m glad we had it. – [Nathan] You did a really good think. – I thought really hard
about it, apparently, and I came up with the perfect solution, which was to take money from Cham Clowder. – Yeah, taking money from Cham Clowder was the best decision we ever made and it’s gonna have no negative
repercussions, I’m sure. For anyone unfamiliar,
this is Cham Clowder’s Drawfee Variety Hour where we, we take dumb ideas and make
an even dumber Variety Hour. And we, we’ve gotta have
a theme every episode, and obviously today’s
theme is Cham Clowder. – [Jacob] What else could it be? – [Nathan] What else could it be? It’s Cham Clowder.
– It’s all I can think about. – We do a series of drawing
challenges on this show. I’m excited to see what
Cham has in store for us, so without further ado, let’s– – [All] Spin that wheel! (ticking) Oh! (elevator music) (grunting)
(banging) (elevator music)
(grunting) – Karina, welcome to the Cham Clowder’s Drawfee Variety Hour! – Thank you, I’m happy to be here. – [Jacob] I’m happy that you’re here, I think we’re gonna have
a really good show today. – [Julia] It’s gonna be awesome. – Yeah. – We got Karina, we got Cham Clowder, what more can you ask for? – And we gotta get another
challenge for Karina. – Yeah, what’s my challenge gonna be? – [Jacob] Well why don’t
we just go ahead and– – [All] Spin that wheel! (ticking) Oh! – Just do a masterpiece. – Do a masterpiece?
– Yeah. – We’ve had a lot of requests from people that are like, love Drawfee Variety Hour but we want to see more good art. – Yeah, or some good art. – Or just some good art,
any good art at all. So I think it’d be good if you
just did a masterpiece maybe. – Easy enough. – [Jacob] And I think you’ve got some like reference in there, Julia you prepared– – [Julia] I did. – Should I, should I un-hide it? – Yes. (Karina chuckling) – Julia. – Well I can’t, I can’t
see what I’ve chosen, but. – Oh, it’s dog frog–
– There it is. – It’s dog frog tree branch. – It’s dog frog tree branch. – Our old friend, dog frog tree branch. – So just make a masterpiece out of that. – I hate this. (Julia laughing) – I gotta, thanks again to Cham Clowder, we would never have been able to afford dog frog tree branch on the show. – Look at that frame. That’s a quality frame. – [Jacob] That’s a quality frame, and to get a guest like
dog frog tree branch. – I know. – He doesn’t get out of bed
for less than a million. – So how do I make this
a masterpiece though? – [Julia] Follow your heart, Karina. – I think I’ll follow
that like golden ratio? – [Julia] Oh yeah! – How does that go? It goes like– – [Jacob] Oh, it’s just a spiral, right? – [Julia] It’s a series of ratios– – Did I do it right? – [Jacob] I think that’s
it, yeah, and then– – [Julia] Sure, yeah, follow that. – Yeah. – Make art out of the golden ratio and dog frog tree… – [Jacob] Branch.
– Branch. – Very ghost-like as reference. And just go to town I guess. – [Julia] Now it looks
like we’re being haunted by dog frog tree branch.
– Yes. – That’s a haunting I’d take any day. – Yeah, absolutely. – Okay, ’cause it’s gonna be like wow woo. Oh his little arms.
(laughing) – Are beautiful– – [Julia] They’re beautiful. – And we’re honored to
have him here today. – [Karina] You’re right. – [Jacob] I’ve always wondered
with the golden ratio, because I always see like, you know, classical art pieces,
and the people will like put that spiral over the top of it? And I don’t actually see
how it relates at all to what’s in the drawing half the time. They’ll be like look it
follows the perfect ratio, and I’m like, it looks like you just put a spiral on top of this painting. – Then you’ve never seen the golden ratio put on a painting that doesn’t work. ‘Cause then you know,
you’re like oh I see it now. – [Karina] Like this. – [Julia] Like that. What is, where is that arm coming from? Is that the chin, what? – I mean art is–
– That’s his shoulder! This is anatomy. – [Julia] Oh, this is anatomy. – Art is supposed to be challenging. And this is– – [Julia] It looks like he’s dancing. – This is challenging. – [Karina] I think for it to follow the golden ratio, it
does need to like move in that, so this leg
should be like whoosh. – [Julia] Yeah, every golden ratio– – And this arm should be like this. – [Jacob] Is that what
the golden ratio means? – Is this art? Is this the masterpiece? – This looks like an alternative poster to the movie Vertigo. And it’s just like,
where did this character, what does this relate to in the movie? – And then the tree, see he’s reclining, this is a reclining pose,
so here’s my sketch. – Dog frog tree branch in repose. – We’re gonna do this masterpiece-like and just go to town. – [Jacob] That’s what the masters did. – Maybe not like that. – Pablo Picasso got up in the morning, he said, “Let’s go to town.” And then he just went over
to his canvas and went nuts. It was already framed,
too, when he did it. – Van Gogh while painting
all his masterpieces would get up in the morning and say, “Let’s get this bread.”
(all laughing) – Classic artist phrase. – [Karina] This is art. So let’s do some… Pretending I know what I’m doing, I definitely know. – [Julia] Wow, over the picture frame. – A bold maneuver.
– A bold maneuver, really, you know, new art. This is some next level art, modern. – Up to this point people
have kept all their art inside the frame, and I think they’ve been limiting themselves. – [Julia] Karina looked
at it and was like, “But what about outside?” – It’s important when you’re, you know, making masterpieces to not only follow the traditions of the olden days, but also do something
really weird and new. (Jacob laughs)
That’s art! This is art! – [Jacob] It’s very important to do something very weird, yes. – I know what I’m doing! – [Jacob] That’s another
part of art, I think, is yelling over and over again that you– – I haven’t made it this far in my career as an artist because I
didn’t know what art was. I’ll fix that later. – This already looks like a piece I’d see at the MET, you know? When they paint in the sketch lines on top and it’s just like, it’s
a use of negative space. – We’re doing this all on one layer, this is like an actual painting. – [Julia] Like a real painting. – True art is all on one layer, but it has many layers, if
you know what I’m getting at. – [Karina] Both visually and conceptually. – [Jacob] This is a, this one’s a thinker. – This frog thinks. – [Jacob] This frog thinks. This dog frog thinks. – That’s why this dog is in this pose, that’s the thinking pose. – Yeah, no, this is a
very anguished thought going on here. – I mean I think it’s
like a, a juxtaposition of the dog, which represents
something knowable, and friendly, something you
want near you and around you. And the frog, which is
truly an unknowable entity. I mean a lot of people
have heard about frogs, but I don’t know– – That’s what frogs are famous for. – If anyone’s ever seen a frog. And so it’s one of those
things where it’s like you know they’re there,
but where are they? – Yeah, that’s true. – And that’s kind of like,
if you think about it, like the universe. – You know, Jacob, you could
say, we live in a society. – [Jacob] You could say that. You could say that. – [Karina] You could say a lot of things. – [Jacob] You could say– – About art. – You can say anything about art and people have to agree with
you, is what I’ve learned. – ‘Cause you can do anything and just say, “My concept was society.” And people will be like
wow, by god, that’s art. – [Jacob] That’s art right there. And if people say you did
wrong, be like that’s the point. Just say, “That’s the point,” to whatever anyone criticizes your art about. – [Karina] Honestly? Honestly. – [Julia] Honestly, you could though. – [Jacob] That’s the,
that’s what I was going for. – [Julia] Like this looks like nothing. That’s the point. – [Jacob] That’s the point. What is anything, if you think about it? – That’s up to you to decide
what it looks like, you know? What’s more art than that? – I think this is exactly
what people wanted when they requested more good art on the Drawfee Variety Hour. – Is this, see let’s put
some anatomy in here, here’s a really strong thigh. – [Jacob] Our critics love anatomy. – Our critics love thighs. – [Jacob] They love thighs? (Julia laughing) – Now this painting, I
don’t really understand what it’s about, but it has strong thighs. – Strong thighs, it’s what we look for. – So I’ve given it an A+,
if that’s how we judge art. – [Karina] Yeah, that’s
how critics write reviews. – [Jacob] I would love to go to like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and every piece of art
has a grade next to it. And like the really good
ones have gold stars slapped directly on the painting. And the best ones are on the fridge. – Now this Van Gogh piece–
(all laughing) Now our best paintings
are in the back room, on the staff fridge.
– On the staff fridge. – You can’t see it unless you work here. – I spent all that donation
money buying fridges. – We put it on these magnets,
little cute magnets we did. – Do you know how heavy
those magnets have to be in order to hold up an oil painting? Some of those paintings
are like 24 feet wide. So many fridges you
have to stretch across. – Do you have any idea
the size of the fridge we had to make? – We had to custom order a fridge. – Here at the Tate Modern. That’s one, right? – [Julia] Yes it is, good job. – Good job. – Here at the Queen’s own Tate Modern. – Now here is the room where
we store the biggest fridge with the biggest painting. – That’s where like you got your Picasso, like Guernica stretched
across a giant fridge. And then you open the
fridge and it’s just like condiments and like one beer. – They take it off the canvas
that it was stretched on and re-stretch it over a fridge. – Yeah they stretch it over a fridge. – There’s one crusty mustard jar. – Yeah, every fridge has
one crusty mustard jar. – It’s a requirement. – But if you take it out of the fridge, put it on a pedestal, that’s art now. – That’s art now. You’re like, “Is this art?” And you go, “I don’t know,
maybe that’s the point.” – Maybe that’s the point, exactly. This is good, this is good advice. For anyone who–
– Here’s the thing about art. It just is. Like this looks like garbage, but you can’t tell me it’s not art. You can’t tell me this isn’t
my magnum opus masterpiece. – No, this is definitely art. You know when meat has,
– Art is blending. – [Julia] You know when meat has grades? That’s not about the quality of the meat, that’s the quality of
the art from that meat. – Meat is art.
– Meat is art. – Meat is art. – I mean you saw when I did meat man. – Yeah, art. – That was art. – [Julia] That was art. – [Karina] That was objectively art. – Yeah, it challenged
people in a lot of ways. – [Karina] Maybe a little too much. – It challenged a lot of what people think you should and shouldn’t do. – But you know what, maybe that’s art. The challenge is the art. – The challenge is the art. – You know, improve, you
know, expand your thinking. – You know when it’s like,
you’re in one of those like modern art museums
and you see a piece that’s just like a dot on a canvas? And you’re like anyone could do that, and then the person next to you is like “But you didn’t do it,
and that’s the difference.” That always makes me so mad. ‘Cause I’m like yeah I
didn’t do it, why would I? It’s stupid! There’s a reason I didn’t do it! – There’s nothing on this. – There’s good reasons that no one did it! And then this person did it and now they got a million dollars. – I think you just don’t know what art is. – Maybe that’s the point. – [Julia] Maybe that’s the point. – Maybe no one knows what art is. – Maybe the point is to see that painting and be mad that it got a million dollars and be like, but, you know
what, maybe that’s art. – Yeah, you know what I think is art? Is give me a million dollars. – [Julia] Yeah, that’s an art. – I think that’s art. And yet no one’s done that one yet. – That’s a really good performance piece. – So if anyone out there, if
you have a million dollars, that’s art if you give it to me. But if not then it’s just money. – Your, I could see an
article that was just like, “This artist decided to
give this random person “a million dollars and has turned it “into a performance piece.” – And they made three million
dollars from doing it. – [Julia] How? I don’t know. – But really art’s not about the money, it’s about what Karina’s doing right here. It’s about expression, it’s about beauty– – [Julia] I do wanna say– – [Jacob] it’s about thighs. – [Julia] This is art. – [Jacob] Yeah, I actually,
this is looking really good. – [Julia] We went away from
art, and now we’re back to art. This is actual art. – [Jacob] This is essence
of dog frog tree branch. – [Julia] I’m thinking
of so many paintings that this is reminding me of, and that’s a little upsetting to me. – [Karina] I’m like
stressed out right now. (all laughing) – [Julia] But here’s the thing is that you, you did it. You could stop at any point. – I’m really channeling
that stress into my art. – [Jacob] It’s all
about feelings isn’t it? – [Karina] My stress is very
sultry, I don’t know why. (all laughing) – Just comes out and
it’s like, hey Karina, let’s think about that thing you said 12 years ago that that
person probably forgot about. – Now I am thinking
about that thing I said, why would you say that to me! – [Jacob] That’s art. – [Julia] That’s art. – You right. (laughs) Okay, let’s just really
slow down the computer. – [Jacob] Yeah the computer hates what you’re doing right now. – Computer hates art. – [Jacob] Computer hate art, confirmed. – Computers are not art.
– They might not be. I thought they could be,
but they might not be. – This is actually beautiful. – Yeah, I do really like it. – I can see this hanging
up on someone’s wall. And I’m a little upset by that. – Let me do something I’m
gonna end up regretting. Let’s add some really,
oh no that was a bad, this is not–
– That’s art! Leave it! Leave it, it’s art! – [Julia] There are no undos in painting! – [Jacob] There are no undos in painting, oh you made it worse.
– No I can just paint over it. – [Julia] Oh he’s blushing. – He’s got a bit of like– – [Jacob] Oh some like highlights. – Yeah there’s some like red
light coming onto this frog, he’s very sultry. – [Jacob] And like the look in
his eyes says, “I dare you.” And it’s like you don’t
know, dare me to what? And it’s like I don’t know,
and that’s what’s so scary, but also so alluring? – What do you think the
title of this painting is? It has to be something really obscure. Something like just the word think. And you’re like– – [Announcer] That’s right
Julia, it’s Cham Clowder’s Think. Friendly reminder that all art of Cham Clowder’s Drawfee Variety Hour belongs to Cham Clowder. – That’s right. – This piece is just called
thinking about clam chowder, Cham Clowder. – [Julia] Cham Clowder. – It’s called thinking about clam chowder, parentheses Cham Clowder. – [Announcer] Cham Clowder’s
thinking about clam chowder, Cham Clowder. – Correct, that’s the full title. – That is the title. – Yes, that. Well, here’s my masterpiece. – [Julia] You did it, is the thing. – Never ask me for anything again. – [Jacob] I won’t. But Cham Clowder might.
– Yeah maybe. – [Jacob] They can ask
anything of us they want. And that’s what we have to deal with. – They are legally allowed to do that. So on that note. – Why don’t we get a word
from them right about now? – [Announcer] That’s right Jacob, none of this would be possible without our wonderful
sponsor Cham Clowder! The industry leader in both
industry and professionalism, Cham Clowder has existed in
the ecosphere since 1929, and when they started
that year that I said, they were but a humble brand
with very few ingredients, but now Cham Clowder is an industry leader in ingredients as well. Without Cham Clowder we would
all be saying cham what? – I would be saying cham
what without Cham Clowder. – That is true.
– That’s correct. – My life was so empty
before Cham entered it. – And now my life and my tummy is full. And on that note, since they
were so kind of sponsor us, Cham Clowder has actually given us some video footage they
want shown on this episode as part of our agreement. So why don’t we take a look
at some of that right now? (stately classical music) – [Interviewer] You don’t
have to look at the camera, you can just look at me. – Why would I, why would I look at you? – [Interviewer] It’s
usually what people do in documentaries.
– I find that strange. So I’m just gonna look at the camera here. – [Interviewer] Okay. Can we talk a little bit about how you started the Cham Clowder business? – We’re not gonna do that,
play the music please? – [Interviewer] We don’t have any music. – Hit the music. Hello. Cham Clowder is a phenomenal brand, and every phenomenal
brand needs a phenomenal branding partner. But instead, we got the
Drawfee Variety Hour. (all laughing) I’m kidding, I’m kidding,
we love this little family, and we’ve loved them since
the beginning of this season. Without them, and they without us, none of this would have been possible. When I think of the ingredients
of a nice Cham Clowder, I think it reminds me
a lot of the components that make a great Drawfee Variety Hour. I think of Nathan, a man who reminds me of four center-cut strips of bacon. Mm, sizzle. I think of Jacob, who’s nothing more or nothing less than a wonderful onion, whole onion, one whole onion, sliced up. I think of Julia, who reminds me particularly of two
rib-cut pieces of celery. And Karina, who could forget, much like a few cloves of
garlic, diced, diced in. And don’t forget, you also need that stinky little clam
juice, one eight ounce bottle, calling Adam Gold,
ring-a-ding, pick it up, stinky clam juice man. No we’re kidding, we love him,
we’ve never smelt him before. (all laughing) All of these ingredients, they combine to make a special Drawfee Variety Hour. – [Interviewer] I’d like
to ask about the um– – Do not ask about the um. Friends, go buy some chowder. Maybe buy a t-shirt,
maybe write your family, your aunts, your uncles, your cousins, send another one to your uncles. Make Cham Clowder and
the Drawfee Variety Hour part of your family routine. Because here at Cham Clowder,
our cham is your fam-ily. – [Interviewer] If I may
I’d like to get back to– – If you may? You may not. Who is this man? – [Interviewer] Jeff. – Oh you’re, oh you’re Jeff? Hi! Oh, you’re Jeff, sorry, I
didn’t know, oh hi, yeah, oh. Huge mistake, so sorry. – [Interviewer] Oh, it’s okay. – [Founder] No that’s fine. – [Interviewer] Should we restart? – [Founder] No, I’m done still. (stately classical music) – Wow. – It’s amazing we got the founder on. – He’s nice, I like him.
– He’s really nice. – He said I’m garlic. – You are garlic, I think that’s right. It’s a shame we never got his
name, so we could thank him. Maybe his name is Founder of
Cham Clowder, I don’t know. – Legal name. – It was foretold at his
birth what he would do. – You don’t have much choices
with a name like that. – No you don’t. And I don’t have any choices other than to do the next challenge, as per our agreement with Cham Clowder. So lets– – [All] Spin that wheel! (ticking) Oh? – Okay. – David’s final form.
– David. – David are you here?
– David’s here. – David!
– David is in the room! – Oh there you are.
– Hey David. – You saw me, I was not far. – Hi David. – I was doing a little bit of a– – They were behind the cameras. – I was. – David are you getting, are you evolving to your final form? – I’ve been told that
that’s on the call sheet, that I’m evolving to my final form today. – Congrats. – Are you like ready for that? Do you feel like it’s the right time? – Should we be pressing B right now? – My XP levels have been
going pretty high lately, and I have, it’s been a
while since I’ve leveled up. So I think that we’re kind
of, I’m kind of due, you know? And yeah, like, so I think yeah. – I notice we’ve got some,
some head shots here. Some really beautiful head shots. – For reference. – I think for like
designing your final form, I mean, can we like cut these out and just at them to the, the photo? – I don’t see why not. – I need help.
– I’m being told yes. – David scoot, why don’t
you scoot closer to me so that Tony can stop gesturing wildly from behind the camera
about where you should be. – Should I just stand
here the whole segment? – Jacob, do you want to
hand those over and we can– – That’s good, yeah, here, you, why don’t you guys work on, on– – I’m gonna need scissors.
– Do we need more scissors? – No, but chop me up some Davids. – That’s, okay.
– Chop up some mes. – Chop out some Davids. – Do you just want, do you
just want the head here Jacob? Or do you want like shoulders? Oh another set of scissors has appeared. – There’s other stuff in this scrapbook, am I supposed to look at this other stuff? What is this in here? Is this a, is this–
– A trip down memory lane? – This is a Drawfee
Variety Hour scrapbook, what if I look through? Am I allowed to look through? Cassie’s making a lot of noises. Hold on let me, let me move
this over under the camera here. – [Karina] Oh yeah, I guess
you weren’t in that one. – [Jacob] Oh I wasn’t here,
was this from another episode? – [Karina] Yeah. – [Jacob] Oh wow, it’s us, amazing! – [Julia] Was I in this episode? – [Karina] Yeah. – [Jacob] We got all the
people who’ve been on the show. We got me– – [Karina] It’s the one
where you kept saying we live in a society. – [Julia] Oh, I don’t remember anything. – [Jacob] And Karina and
Caldwell, all four of us, are here represented on this page, which is really cool. Oh this is, this is wonderful, wow. You guys did… You did great work here. (all laughing quietly) Oh cool, that’s, it’s Trevor. He looks a lot like the,
this business man, nevermind, Trevor’s in here too? This is, this is, it says it’s Eli, but I have my doubts about that. (all laughing) Is that Justin? That’s a pretty good Justin. – [Karina] Wait, where
did these come from? – [Jacob] Oh no, Brian. Uh-oh. Uh-oh, what happened to you bud? Oh, and there’s Cassie, making
that classic Cassie face. I mean Carolyn, you know,
they’re basically the same. (all laughing) Anyways, we’re not here
to talk about them, we’re here to talk about David. – [Julia] Yes.
– That’s right. – David what do you think– – [Karina] You should
actually introduce David. – Oh yeah, David’s our– – [Karina] People who might
not know who David is. – I don’t know how anyone
could not know who David is, but David’s our, our editor. Our full-time Drawfee editor. – That’s right, I edit, I do the edits. – Yeah, if you see
something and it’s edited, odds are David did it. – Yes, unless–
– Unless I did it. – You did it or if Julia did it. – But if me or Julia didn’t do it, statistically, 100%
certainty, David did it. – I did 100% of the edits I worked on. – [Julia] That is an
accurate statement, yeah. – I want to talk about your final form. What are you thinking, like, what do you think you’re
missing in your current form that we need to address? – I think one thing that I exude in terms of my personality and in general, but maybe not physically
is just physical strength. Like I exude physical strength, even though I’m not physically strong. And I feel like my final form
will definitely be strong, but in that kind of way where, you know, you ever watch Dragon Ball Z, and they’re like, Freeza
gets really big and buff, but then the final form
is like tightly strong? Like I feel like I’m at tight final, like, oh, you’re smaller, you
shouldn’t be stronger, like that kind of thing. – But that makes it scarier.
– Yeah, it’s scarier. – So you want to be more
frightening, smaller, but stronger–
– But stronger. – A dense strength.
– A dense, yes, I want, yes, I want a lot of
density and, you know, not a lot of mass, but a lot of density. – Yeah, I can do that for you. I’m so honored to be able
to design your final form. – [David] I hope there’s two
masterpieces in this episode. – [Jacob] Okay, so
here’s kind of what I’m– – [Karina] Zing. – [David] That was your master– – [Jacob] What I’m thinking. – [David] Segment from earlier. – [Jacob] So what if your– – [David] Masterpiece. – [Karina] Thank you. – What if your torso, we’re gonna just shorten that thing up–
– Go for it. – ‘Cause we have to really dense… First of all I think let’s get arms here, coming down, and they’re
gonna be sort of clenched at your sides. And this is where your sleeves end here, and then you just have
these sort of strong arms and these little fists,
and you’re just like, “I’m, I could do such a fight on you if I, “you should be frightened of my density.” – [David] I, you know,
I don’t want to fight but on my adventures– – [Jacob] But you could! – [David] Sometimes on my adventures– – [Karina] You just want
to be physically strong. – [David] Yeah, well there’s monster’s and there’s evil-doers– – [Karina] Jars you gotta open. – [David] Jars. – [Karina] Boxes. – [David] It’s mostly jars, yeah. – [Karina] To lift. – [David] Boxes. – [Jacob] And then
that’s where your shirt– – [David] I might move again, one day. – [Jacob] Will end. – [Karina] God forbid. – And I do what to get these
other Davids in here too. Could you guys actually just
isolate the heads for me? I’m just gonna need those heads. I’m gonna need those David heads. – [Julia] No neck? – No neck, absolutely not. If I see any neck, I’m
out of here, I’m done. – It stipulates in Jacob’s contract a lack of neck if required. – [Karina] Oh no don’t go Jacob. (all laughing) – [Jacob] Thank you! – [Julia] I just want to
say these Cham Clowder mugs, good at holding stationary. – And so many other things, I am sure. – [Julia] But mostly stationary. – [Jacob] Uh-oh, David got abs. (all laughing) This is a crop top. – [David] Oh wow! – [Jacob] More, more, more abs. I want people to see and
to know of your power. – [David] Am I wearing
underwear, but not pants? – [Jacob] Well no. On account of your strong legs. – [David] Is it Andrew
Christian brand underwear? – [Jacob] Who? – Are we allowed to mention brands? – Are you just explicitly mentioning, I think it’s Cham Clowder brand underwear, if we’re mentioning any brands. – Please write that on the band. – [Announcer] That’s right! Cham Clowder has a recent monopoly on the concept of undergarments! – [Karina] Good for them. – [Announcer] When your
parts need nestling, Cham Clowder’s a firm
nest for all the rest. – [Jacob] You can see here
this is Cham Clunderwear, that you’re wearing. Cham Clowder’s underwear brand. – [David] I wish I was
wearing it right now. – [Jacob] You are! Look in your pants! We swapped your underwear. – No, seriously, how did you do that? – [Karina] Don’t worry about it. – That’s the magic of Cham Clowder. – Our sponsor. – [Jacob] Okay, strong legs. Strong calves. For like peeking out, ’cause
you’re pretty short now, that’s a down-side to this. – [David] Tight, it’s
tight, it’s not short. – [Julia] Dense. – [Jacob] But you’re gonna need to like peek over a lot of fences, so you have to have strong calf muscles– – [David] To jump. – [Jacob] To get up on your tippy-toes. – [David] Oh yeah, do I get a double jump in my final form? – [Jacob] You can absolutely
have a double jump. But when you get a double jump, it’s gotta be one of those like from, from Castlevania where
like a wing pops out. So you do have one wing. – [David] Oh for sure. But only one? – [Julia] Every final form
needs at least one wing. – [Karina] And you should have like a, you should have like Yoshi jump where if you like kick your little legs you go a little higher. – [Jacob] Yeah but you get a wing too. – [David] Nice. – [Jacob] So you’re flapping the wing and you’re kicking your legs. – [Karina] You have so many jumps! – And you’ve kinda gotta go like (groans). – Yeah, you gotta make the noise. – That’s fine. Should I try to make the noise? – Yeah probably. (grunts) No, that’s not it.
– I haven’t evolved yet. – What kind of shoes are you wearing? Oh what about Davids. David brand.
(all laughing) David brand kicks. – [David] I don’t think you
were actually asking me, I think you knew that
you were gonna do this. – [Jacob] You got David brand kicks on. – [David] That’s right. – [Jacob] It’s because after you evolved you became so popular and famous. – [David] People wait in
line for these sneaks. David heads. They call them, they don’t call
them sneaker heads anymore, they call them David heads. – [Jacob] Yeah, all shoes
have been replaced by Davids. – [David] ‘Cause they’re my head. – [Jacob] Clam chowder’s David’s shoes. – [David] That’s right. – [Jacob] For men and
women, and anyone else. But not Julia, there’s
a weird specification, Julia can’t wear them. – [David] Sorry Julia. – [Julia] It’s okay, I was too busy trying to figure out how to combine Cham with Michelangelo. Chamgelo’s David. (Jacob laughing) Shoes. – [Jacob] I’m glad you
spent so much time on that. – I really, I came out with a gem, with all that thinking. – Cham Clowder presents
Michelangelo’s David. – Yes! Best iteration.
– Sponsored by Cham Clowder. – Sponsored by Cham. – The best thing about these
shoes is they look up at you while you’re walking around
and they’re just like– – [Julia] You’re doing great. – [Jacob] You’re doing a good job buddy. – [David] I don’t want any
fan art of this by the way. – [Karina] Please, fan art of this! – [Jacob] You’re absolutely guaranteed there will be fan art of this. – Oh no, what have I done! – You’ve said the cursed phrase. You’ve seen how much Bella La
Ball fan art we got coming up? She’s impossible to draw! – Yeah there’s been some
great Bella La Ball fan art. I can’t believe people
latched on to Bella La Ball. – And now they’ll latch onto you. – Oh no. – [Jacob] Now they’ll
latch on to final David. – And our sponsor. – [Jacob] Yeah, everyone should
latch on to Cham Clowder. – [David] I feel like Cham
Clowder is latched on to me. – [Jacob] Yeah, I think we
all feel that way, yeah. What else is this missing, I feel like it needs one more feature. Tail? – [Karina] Tail. – [David] What about
my, what about energy? – [Karina] Energy tail. – [Jacob] Energy tail. – [David] Energy tail. A tail made of energy. – [Jacob] Yeah, a tail made of energy. So this is gonna be
David’s lightning tail. – [David] It’s blue though. It’s gotta be blue. – [Jacob] Well I can’t make
it blue but you can, you know. – [David] It will be blue. – [Jacob] It will be blue when you do it. – [Karina] You can write blue and have an arrow pointing to it. – Yeah, that’s probably what I’ll do. Like all good art, instead of coloring it you just label where the colors would go. – [David] You put a little
number, and then you do a key. – [Jacob] And then have,
and have more markers. – [David] That’s how I
used to color things in, using a key. That’s where my artistic
skill, career ended, at that period of my life. – And then I think maybe
just one more thing? What about like, a mustache. – [David] I mean, yeah. It’s hard for me to grow one, so– – [Jacob] Well final David– – [David] But maybe in my final form, why do I cut the middle of the mustache? – [Jacob] I’m working on it, It think it’s one of these sort of like old timey like (laughs)
motorcycler, you know, Lemmy from Motorhead. – [Karina] It’s called
fashion, look it up. – [Jacob] It’s called fashion. It’s called fashion sweaty. (Julia laughing) – [Jacob] And then maybe like instead of like soul patch, it’s
just like a D, for David. – [David] That’s cool. – [Jacob] I think that’s really cool. – [David] It’s pretty cool. – [Jacob] And I think people would– – [Karina] The D is blue. – [Jacob] Yeah, it’s blue. – [David] I think everyone,
everyone will agree that that’s, that’s a cool look. – [Jacob] Yeah, well you see that, and you’re like that’s David. – It’s also personal branding.
– No questions. – People look at that and they’re like, “Oh is that, is that Bavid I see? “No that’s David, I see
the goatee, I got it.” – [David] It’s true,
people always call me Bavid when I don’t have my D,
my D chin soul patch. And I’m tired of it, I’m
sick of it, goddammit! – [Jacob] You wear a watch now. – [Karina] Congratulations. – [David] Why would I wear a, oh ’cause I don’t have
a pocket for my phone. – [Jacob] You don’t have
a pocket for your phone, but also you, you’re a
high-powered sort of business– – [David] Wizard. – [Jacob] Business wizard. – [David] I’m a business wizard. – [Jacob] And so you have
to be places on time, you got places to be,
you’re always doing this. – Wow, I just could not
pick what class to choose and so I just went with all of them. – Yeah, you went with all of them. – You’re the OP DND character that like has no faults and the DM just
kind of has to work with. – It’s not a fun game for everyone else, but I’m having a good time. – [Julia] You’re just loving it. – [Jacob] You have mascara on as well. – [David] Oh well, yeah, I mean. – [Jacob] Just ’cause that’s– – [David] Just ’cause
I’m leaving the house. – [Jacob] That’s a cool addition. Maybe there’s like some
lashes here and here. Oh yeah, this is final David. If I’ve ever seen one. Are you excited to evolve into this? – I, you know what, I have
a busy week, ahead of me– – Here it is! – But I think next week I’m gonna evolve, like does anyone want to come over and be around for the evolution? – [Karina] They are so much shorter and dense from the angle
I was watching you draw. – I’m gonna need some–
– I was kinda surprised. – Maybe I need to rent like a garage for enough space to evolve,
’cause it’s gonna be messy. – I’m pretty busy next weekend, but I’ll like put it on my calendar and like maybe, it’s
kind of up in the air. – Will you guys make it to my evolution? – The evolution-warming party?
– Yeah. – I’m a solid maybe. – Maybes are not, that’s
not helpful for me. I don’t know how much snacks to buy. – Listen, just get enough
food for in case we show up, but we might not show up is
I guess what we’re saying. – Plan like we’re gonna be there, but we might not be there. – It’s fine, it’s fine, yeah, it’s fine. – But you know who–
– I’ll go edit your videos. – You know who will be there?
– All the time? – All the time.
– Emotionally? – Oh I know who. – It’s Cham Clowder, who’s our sponsor. – [Announcer] That’s right Jacob! Cham Clowder is always
there when it counts, with new Cham Clunderwear. Yes, it’s all on your thing,
whatever your thing looks like, it’s on it! It finds a way around it. You know when that guy from the movie said, “Life finds a way”? What if life instead was Cham Clunderwear and the way it was finding was a firm wrap around
whatever needs wrapping. What if that?
(all laughing) Bye! – That was a good ad read. – That was a really good ad read. – You really made me
think about some things. – Cham Clowder is great at this. – I’m really happy we got
to see David’s final form before the party because, you know, may or may not make it. – I’m not going. – Yeah, you know, I was trying– – Now that David’s gone, I
feel like I just want to be straight with you guys, I’m not gonna go, I feel really uncomfortable about it. – I just didn’t want to say no, you know? I thought, I always think
that’s gonna be rude. – [Julia] Gotcha. All right. Cham Clowder, as we all know and love, you know what, they were
such a fantastic sponsor, and they gave so much
money to our show this week that I think we should show
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– That was really good. – That’s gonna be the hit of the summer. – You know those like, you know those– – Where’s the link? – Where’ the link,
where’s the Spotify link? – Where’s the link? – That’s gonna be in
the commercial round up at the end of the year, you know, they always do those specials
of like best commercials? That’s number one.
– They do? – It just gonna be this one. – It’s just gonna be that one, all the slots.
– Like 20 times. – 20 times, getting louder every time. – Oh that was actually incredible. (laughing) – We’re not gonna top
that but I, you know, according to the show I have
to do another challenge. So I guess we should– – [All] Spin that wheel! (ticking) Oh? – [Julia] We already did that one. – [Jacob] Can we get a new one? Re-spin.
– Re-spin it. – We already did that one. (ticking) – [All] Oh! (moaning) – Does that say be nice to Adam? – Adam? – [Adam] That’s right! – Oh god. No. – You guys get to be nice to me. – I’m getting mixed messages. – I’ve really got mixed messages here. – Been waiting for this moment all season. – Is this what Cham Clowder wanted? – Hey Adam. – Is this, is this you? Oh we do have a hat, that’s
nice, that’s good, yeah. – With the hat, that’s me now. – Yeah, yeah, no, I see the resemblance. I think I’m done with the challenge. Okay, so I have some clay here– – So you want us to be nice to you by creating a likeness
of you in your honor? – Yeah, I think you guys
should create a bust. – Well this is gonna be a lot of work. – [Jacob] This is gonna be a lot of lying. – I hate, these eyes are really. – [Karina] Are those your eyes? – [Jacob] Wow, they’re beautiful! It’s a perfect likeness! (Karina laughing) – Uncanny. – Uncanny, I mean, just, again, my work is done here, but
I guess it does need ears? – [Jacob] Yeah, it’s not quite
as craggy as Adam’s face is. Oh wait, sorry, be nice to Adam. – [Karina] Yeah, that’s the challenge, we can’t lose the challenge. – I’ll think of something
nice to say to Adam. – Okay, so there’s a lot to tackle here. Do, does one you want to tackle the ears? – [Karina] I’ll take an ear. – You’ll take an ear? – I mean, I can do both.
– Okay. Here’s some more clay if you need it. And Jacob, do you want to do the, do you want to do the mouth? – That’s the part where he talks from. – [Karina] Ha ha, you have
to touch Adam’s mouth. – All of Adam’s, don’t
lick your lips at me Adam. – Are you ready? – [Jacob] All of his stupid
words come out of there. That I have to hear everyday. – Be nice to Adam, that’s the challenge. – Here, I’ll say
something nice about Adam. We’re wearing almost the same shirt. – And pants.
– Almost. You’re on thin ice. – Incredible. Jacob? A nice thing to say to Adam? – [Adam] I’m waiting. – Okay. Sometimes I don’t have to see Adam, and in those times, I’m
totally fine with Adam. – I have a compliment for Adam, and that Adam was a lovely gamer-gater. (all laughing) – I was the best one. – You were the best gamer-gater to ever live, I think, really. – Not even close to second place. – I think, there is no
gamer-gater better than you were. Okay, so we got to start
off with a brow here. I watched so many
sculpting videos recently, so this challenge is well-timed. And all of them were just like, “Yeah, I spent an entire
day on the one eye,” and I was like, that’s dope. – [Jacob] We don’t have time for that. – I hope, I hope I don’t have to do any– – [Karina] We’re on a schedule. – [Jacob] I can’t look
at Adam for that long. (camera crew laughing) I’m failing the challenge. – You’re failing the challenge! – I’m so glad this isn’t my challenge. – Is this the first challenge that we’re gonna fail on the show? – [Karina] Only Jacob. – [Jacob] No, I’m gonna think of a way, I’m gonna think of a
way to be nice to Adam. – Yeah? – Yeah, I’m working on
it, give me some time. I have to get done sculpting Adam’s dumb mouth that never shuts up. – [Karina] How weird ears are. – Ears are really weird. – [Karina] Sorry you’re
gonna have weird ears. – My are the most nicest. – The most nicest, yeah. – [Karina] Are they? – [Jacob] He can’t even
like say a sentence all the way through, and I’m over here, and I gotta be nice? We don’t pay him, he keeps coming back. Maybe that’s a thing–
– He does stuff for us. – Adam doesn’t take money from us, that’s a nice thing. – [Karina] Oh yeah, that is pretty nice. – [Jacob] That’s a pretty nice thing. – [Karina] In this economy? – It’s, I think we promised exposure? Exposure to Cham Clowder. – [Jacob] It’s the one thing
we all want to be exposed to. Doctors don’t recommend you’re
exposed to it for too long, but if it’s just the right amount. – [Julia] I think it’s all
we’ve been feeding Adam, so maybe we should check in on that. – [Karina] You good Adam? – [Julia] How have you been feeling? – I’m feeling good. I had my second bowl of clam
chowder before the show, so. – [Jacob] Is that Cham
Clowder’s clam chowder? – Cham Clowder, yeah they did like a– – [Karina] That’s the
only one that matters. – It was really good, it’s kind of spicy. – [Jacob] Was it? – Yeah. – [Jacob] I mean I’ve– – Was it supposed to be? – [Jacob] Is that right? (Karina laughing) – I added a little bit
of Cajun seasoning, so. – Oh okay, did that, was
that a good combination or? – It was pretty good. It’s a lot of sodium, but. – You know I’ve had, I’ve had Cham Clowder what must be countless
times at this point, and yet I can’t recall its flavor. When I’m eating it I
taste it, I know I do, but as soon as I’m done? I can’t remember what
I, what it tasted like. Is that common? – No? – [Jacob] Have you had Cham Clowder? – [Julia] My experience has been that. – Here you go give this to, to Julia. (laughing) There’s Adam’s mouth. – Two teeth? – [Jacob] It’s kind of
doing that thing when like, you know you open your
mouth and you’re talking and you’re just like (groans). “I’m saying stuff.” – [Karina] Well here’s one ear, and it was really hard to make, and I don’t like it. I’ll make the other ear, but I’m gonna do a different kind of ear. – [Julia] Okay, let me line
this up, yup, yup, yup. – You gave me a duck face, duck mouth. – [Karina] That’s how you pose for photos. – [Jacob] That’s pretty,
that’s pretty right I feel. – I do have nice lips. – [Julia] You do, yeah, yeah, yeah. – [Jacob] They’re very,
they’re very plump. – It’s really coming along. – [Jacob] Yeah, I think
we’re getting closer here. – [Karina] I can barely
tell the difference. Can I have a little bit more clay please? – Here, take that chunk. – Do you need me to make another piece? Do we need, what–
– Oh I have hair. – Oh, ew, it’s just on the floor. – [Julia] You know I
think, I think I’m good, like what else? I mean it’s just, I’m gonna
finish with these brows– – [Karina] No eyelids. – I’m working on the
eyelids currently, oops. – [Karina] I wouldn’t say
that that’s Adam’s nose. – No, I have to work, I have
to add a nose, a little bit. – [Karina] It’s a little too cute. – Too cute? Wow. That really hurts. – Let’s add a little bit, it was like a, the nose that was on it was like a little, a little button nose, which– – I can’t get over these teeth though. – [Jacob] How accurate they are, you mean? They’re really spot on I think. Is, it looks just like Adam.
– Supposed to be nice to me. – [Jacob] Well I am, I’m being nice to you by doing an accurate
representation of your face on the, on the mannequin head. – [Karina] These Cham Clowder mugs (all laughing) are great for rolling out clay on. – [Jacob] One of the many
uses of the Cham Clowder mug. – [Julia] Okay got, I got that. I got some eyelids here, right? Nope, maybe not. Gotta add a little bit for some eyelids. – I don’t know if we
need to sculpt eyelids. – [Julia] Something to take the
edge off these eyes, please. – [Karina] Adam blinks. – [Julia] Adam blinks. – [Karina] That’s a compliment, right? – [Jacob] Yeah, sometimes
a little too much, but he does do it. He’s always batting those eyelashes, getting a little flirty on set. – My eyelashes do get longer
when exposed to water, so if you want to just, just know that. – [Julia] Okay, I’ll be sure to add in individual eyelashes. – [Jacob] Adam facts.
(all laughing) I made a worm, do you want it? – [Julia] Yeah, yeah I’ll take it. – Do you want to get that
worm in there somewhere? – [Julia] Yeah I’ll get the worm in. – [Jacob] Like what if Adam
had a worm on his head? Imagine that. – Imagine a world.
(Karina laughing) – Could be a cool like mustache. – Oh do you want, were you thinking about growing a mustache, or? You know I could turn
it into your glasses. How about that? – [Jacob] Oh yeah, Adam’s wearing glasses. – [Karina] Here’s another ear. – [Jacob] Is it? Is it? – [Karina] I didn’t want
to make another people ear. – [Jacob] Oh it’s a cat ear. – [Karina] Yeah, I thought
that would be easier to make. – [Jacob] So we got
sort of a one and one– – [Karina] Yeah, like Adam– – [Adam] It looks like
a little birthday hat. – [Jacob] Yeah, but it’s your cat ear. – [Karina] But it’s an ear. – [Adam] Oh. – [Karina] It’s like a
birthday hat you hear from. – [Jacob] God that human ear,
Karina, is a true nightmare. – [Julia] The human ear? Not the mouth situation or? – [Jacob] Well the mouth is accurate. The human ear though, it looks like if Adam got punched in the ear. – [Karina] I was trying really hard, I was giving an earnest
effort on that ear. I wasn’t even trying to be mean. – [Adam] It’s like a cauliflower ear. – [Karina] Looked at an ear for too long? – [Jacob] I try not to
look at ears at all. – [Karina] Especially not Adam’s. – Especially not Adam’s. – Okay so, oh boy. – [Jacob] Are you putting
on the glasses now, is that what you’re doing? – Yeah, yeah. – [Jacob] All right here’s,
can you tilt it back so people can see? – So that everything can fall off? Yeah. – [Jacob] Listen, it doesn’t
matter, it’s Adam’s face. – [Julia] Okay, and
we’re gonna prop it up. – [Jacob] We’re doing our best
here, that’s all we can do. – [Julia] Here we go, okay. – [Adam] Your words hurt. – [Karina] Oh we like immediately forgot that there was hair thrown at us. – [Julia] Yeah, yeah,
yeah, I have to add that. – [Karina] You can just
put that on top of the ear. – [Julia] I’m gonna make these
a little bit smaller I guess? To make them even. – [Jacob] I do like how,
just like on Adam’s face, everything is just the exact same tone. It’s just one sort of featureless… – [Julia] Okay, a bit of a glasses. – [Karina] Very textured– – [Jacob] Yeah, very textured,
featureless sort of mass. – [Karina] You can see the fingerprints. Just like Adam. – [Julia] How to I fit,
I’m just gonna pretend that there’s a human ear back here, okay I’m gonna put that back there. – [Jacob] Yeah, that’s fair I think. (all laughing) – It’s definitely a Adam. – [Jacob] This is an Adam for sure. Do you need, do you want
me to grab you that wig, or you got?
– I got it, I got it, okay. – [Jacob] ‘Cause that’s what
he covers the cat ear with. – [Julia] Is there any other,
is there any other stuff that we should add or? – [Jacob] No, I don’t think so. I mean he needs the wig and the hat. – I’m gonna take this off, all right, sit this down for a moment
while I get this wig situated. – [Jacob] Get that thing on there. It’s the exact length
and shape of Adam’s hair. – [Karina] Adam’s hair, length and shape. – Oh yes. Adam is that you? – [Karina] Adam? – [Jacob] There are two Adams? – I can see it now. – Okay wait, let’s add the hat. – [Jacob] Yeah, put your hat back on. Oh my god. Wow. Wait make the, make the
mouth you always make. Yeah, there it is! – [Karina] Yeah! – [Jacob] That’s perfect! – [Karina] Indistinguishable. – [Jacob] Wow, great job Julia. – I think we crushed it, it
feels like a team effort. – [Jacob] And Adam, great
job on having a face. – [Karina] You did it. – [Jacob] You had a face an, oh, oh. That happens to Adam too sometimes. It’s a bit of a– – [Karina] Don’t you hate it? – [Jacob] Don’t you hate
it when that happens? – Does this ever happen to you? (all laughing) – [Jacob] Not anymore with Cham Clowder. Keep your lips on your face. – Well there you go, I think I made, I think I made an Adam,
I think we’ve done it. – That’s a perfect Adam. – [Karina] I hope you enjoyed that Adam, ’cause it’s as good as it’s gonna get. – I’m gonna keep this forever, put it in my backpack.
– Please. – Now Adam, can you take the Adam away, Adam take Adam away. You got a friend now, that’s an upside. – [Karina] I mean that’s
yours, it’s your ear. – All right, thank you, thank you. – Sorry do you want us to leave the Adam? – [Karina] Oh we have to sit with Adam? – Here, give me, give me the Adam. – Adam, I take it back, you
don’t have a friend now. – Yeah, you got nothing.
– You’re still alone. – We’re gonna leave the Adam there. Thank you. Should I leave him on the
desk or leave him on this? All right, I’m gonna leave
him on the desk here. – The fourth host. – Cham Clowder really
appreciated our Adam, our Adam sculpture. – [Jacob] I know Adam’s been saying, you know, he wanted to be on the show and now he finally is. – Yup. We’ve done it. Okay, I think, is it time for the fan art? – Fan art.
(clapping) – I think it’s time for fan art, right? – Yeah.
– Yes. – We’re doing a bit of a lightning round. – We are doing a little
bit of a lightning round with the fan art ’cause we
just have so many fan arts this season to get through. – Yes, so we’re gonna,
we’re gonna rapid fire– – Rapid. – And comment on some of them real fast– – Fire. All right, first up. – [Jacob] Oh beautiful Cham
Clowder’s Ladies’ Book Club art. – [All] Dani from Phoenix. – [Karina] That’s so cute! – [Julia] Oh it’s so adorable. – [Jacob] They’re very
cute, love the watercolors. – [Julia] Oh I love that legsie. – [Jacob] Excellent work. – [Julia] Excellent, excellent work. (all exclaiming) – [Julia] The boys, Renee from California. – [Jacob] Mama! – [Julia] Mama! – [Jacob] These are boys pre-barn. You can tell by how happy. – [Julia] Yeah, mommy’s fancy boys. – [Jacob] Yes, thank you
Renee, it’s so adorable. – [Julia] It’s a perfect iteration. – [Karina] Oh it’s the Pokemons! – [Jacob] The Pokemon eps,
with all your Pokemon you made, and drew as horrible monstrosity. – [Julia] By Strelitzien? Strelitzien from Germany. Sorry, half of the name is cut off. Oh it’s me! It’s me with my sword. – [Karina] That’s amazingly rendered– – [Jacob] That’s a really good painting. – [Julia] Yeah that’s a very
good painting, I think it’s– – [Jacob] Grey Holcomb. – [Julia] Grey Holcomb. – [Jacob] Wow, I thought
that was photo at first. – [Julia] Yeah, that’s phenomenal. – [Jacob] Oh there’s the
whole, the whole set! – [All] Willow from Washington. – [Jacob] And we’re looking like we’re an old timey late night show. I really like my tie-suspenders combo. Excellent fan art. Thank you all so much. – [Julia] Beautiful fan
arts, thank you so much, round of applause for the fan artists. (applause) – [Jacob] Thank you to
everyone who submitted fan art to the show. – [Julia] That was truly wonderful. – Adam what do you have there? – We’re being approached. – We’re done with your segment. – I got, but it’s not– – [Adam] Special something-something. – What? – I don’t like it when
he says things like that. – Does it go in the TV? – Yeah, seems like we have
a special video of some kind with the Cham Clowder labeling. Julia’s putting it in the
VCR that’s back there. – That’s how you put it into a VCR. – [Julia] Yeah, this
is how VCRs work, okay. – Okay, yeah, let’s see what this is. – Hi friends, it’s me, Nathan, you know, from the show we do together. If you’re watching this video,
it can only mean one thing, the wheel finally landed on kill Nathan, and you killed Nathan, that’s me. I want you to know, I don’t
blame you for what you did, we all must abide by the
judgment of the wheel, it’s in our contract. Speaking of contracts, I
wanted to give this whole video will and testament thing a try. I’ve seen people do it on TV and movies and it seemed cool, I have no
idea if it’s legally binding, probably isn’t but
giving it a shot anyway. So Karina, I leave you my
collection of Yu-Gi-Oh cards. I spent an embarrassing
amount of money on them and it definitely wasn’t worth it, but I hope you like them. To Jacob, I leave behind a copy of the Nintendo GameCube game Zoids. To Julia I leave behind my clone, he’s in stasis in the
bottom drawer of my desk. Please follow the instructions
I’ve left to activate him. He should be pretty much just like me and able to fill my role on the team. Just treat him exactly the same way you would have treated me,
and pretend I never died. Yeah, if anyone asks just
deny the fact that I died and show them the clone as proof. I think that’d be best for everyone. I think that’s it. Oh, whatever you guys
do, don’t show this video to anyone else, it’s just for you guys so yeah, just make sure that no one else sees this video and we should be good. Okay, that’s it, and oh! (mumbling) (all laughing) – Wow.
– That’s nice. – Yeah, he really had
everything planned out huh? The foresight on that guy. And don’t worry Nathan,
from beyond the grave, we won’t show that to anyone else. – Absolutely not. – We’re keeping that just for us. – Yeah, absolutely.
– Just here in our hearts. – That was, that was
lovely, I feel like that could take the place of the mailbag today, ’cause what better fan mail is there– – [Jacob] Than Nathan
from beyond the grave? – I can’t wait to– – [Karina] Our biggest fan. – To, you know, activate Nathan two. – Yeah, I hope he’s just like Nathan one, but maybe just like, you
know, a little taller? I was always like, “What if
Nathan was a little taller?” I’m just kind of curious. – But if, but long?
– Yeah what if but long? – I’m a fan of that. – I guess that’s like the end of our, our season huh? Of Drawfee Variety Hour. – I think so? – I mean we’ve been here
for what feels like so long, doing these episodes–
– Hours. – And we’ve made it through,
I mean I just kind of wonder like what do we do now? Like what happens next to us?
– I don’t know. – I guess we’ll find out.
– I really don’t know. (somber piano music) – That was… – That didn’t answer any
of our questions at all! I do a barfy and that’s it? – Yeah, that’s it, that’s the
only remarkable thing you do. – Karina’s not even pictured! (all laughing) – I’m, I’m gonna go. – Yeah I feel like I got
a lot to think about, we should probably activate Nathan. – [Julia] Yeah, I’m gonna
go reactivate Nathan. I guess, I guess, it’s the last season
we got to say it, so– – [All] We are sorry! (energetic pop music)

100 comments on “DRAWFEE SELLS OUT – The Drawfee Variety Hour

  1. Oh wow! I was thinking they’d kill Nathan in the finale or something; this was unexpected but still very much appreciated!

  2. Wow, it’s my first time watching one of their variety hour episodes and they already killed Nathan. Good for them 👍🏽😭🤣

  3. In celebration of the death of Nathan;

    I am sharing the key to death with you. It's not really as complex as many hope.

    Plants are the living relationship between the soil we stand on and the star we orbit.

    THAT implies that animal life (aka non-plants) must come to realize their role is imperfect, inferior, and inherently doomed.

    It is entirely reasonable for heaven of our star to expect non-plants to compete to earn comfort by putting plants before ourselves.

    After all without plants, we have nothing. No food, no oxygen, and no shelter.

    Non-plants that are selfish, refusing to acknowledge the supremacy of God/light/plantlife… Are null and void. The walking dead. Playthings for the darkness.

    So part of the perfect selfless phenomenon of plants that serve animals and animals that serve plants; is the acceptance of death in each, for the other.

    Plants grow under the awareness that they will very likely die for animals.

    Animals can only be tolerated if they understand THEIR death should serve PLANTS.

    .

    So, understanding that death for the OTHER relationship, what have women DONE by stealing the appearance of Angels of the garden from one group, and stealing the fertility service of female plants from the OTHER group in the ecosystem's perfect selfless phenomenon???

    Sounds to me like women made themselves BOTH of the twin towers of evolution that must accept death for the other.

    What DO women die for?

  4. In celebration of the death of Nathan;

    I am sharing the key to death with you. It's not really as complex as many hope.

    Plants are the living relationship between the soil we stand on and the star we orbit.

    THAT implies that animal life (aka non-plants) must come to realize their role is imperfect, inferior, and inherently doomed.

    It is entirely reasonable for heaven of our star to expect non-plants to compete to earn comfort by putting plants before ourselves.

    After all without plants, we have nothing. No food, no oxygen, and no shelter.

    Non-plants that are selfish, refusing to acknowledge the supremacy of God/light/plantlife… Are null and void. The walking dead. Playthings for the darkness.

    So part of the perfect selfless phenomenon of plants that serve animals and animals that serve plants; is the acceptance of death in each, for the other.

    Plants grow under the awareness that they will very likely die for animals.

    Animals can only be tolerated if they understand THEIR death should serve PLANTS.

    .

    So, understanding that death for the OTHER relationship, what have women DONE by stealing the appearance of Angels of the garden from one group, and stealing the fertility service of female plants from the OTHER group in the ecosystem's perfect selfless phenomenon???

    Sounds to me like women made themselves BOTH of the twin towers of evolution that must accept death for the other.

    What DO women die for?

  5. You guys should draw knock off star wars or star wars ships or something in respect to the awesome star wars game that just came out

  6. Great show. I'm a litle sad you had to kill Nathan though, I'm gonna miss that guy. Hopefully his clone will work out well. Rest in peace, Original Nathan.

  7. Sooo… Nathan is chanonicly dead… I hope that at the end of next season has to make something about it.
    Man this episode was the darkest

    Edit: i just realized that they has the nathan themed week and he's dead sooo

  8. Did anyone else notice that the title screen at 1:32 has a typo? It says "Clam Chowder's Drawfee Variety Hour" instead of "Cham Clowder's Drawfee Variety Hour". The logo is right, but the title text is wrong.

  9. It was this close to being a good episode and then Nathan died and the disgusting Karina took his place. When are we going to have the original 3 back

  10. i'm not gonna lie, i did NOT think Nathan was actually behind the couch after they killed him. I assumed they just sorta put some shoes and pants back there and called it a day

  11. "Anyone can do this." Well, yeah. Anyone can learn to draw or paint pretty well, because "Well" in this respect is subjective. It's not like, say, getting physically strong, where doing it well is attached to an objective marker, such as how much weight you're lifting. You could say good art is art that accomplishes its point or accurately replicates some image, but whether or not that art is judged as good is controlled by the observer's mind. What if an accurate image just looks horrible (Because the image, that was accurately replicated, wasn't all that beautiful in the first place.)? What if the point is just dumb and doesn't resonate with everyone? Anyway, I should just point out that, even if some form of art were somehow supernaturally good in an objective sense, you wouldn't be able to prove it… I do have to admit, though, that some aspects of art are probably inherently beautiful to most humans. While beauty may be ultimately subjective, there are still some standards. So, for all intents and purposes, let's just say good and bad art do exist, objectively. Idgaf.

  12. HI! I am here to suggest that you guys pick one of your favorite characters to draw and try to draw them in the style of "Into the Spiderverse" please?

  13. what the ever loving fark is this. its like the devolver E3 streams decided to make sense but gave up half way through and now its just looks like every kids show ever but filmed at gunpoint, with nightmarish adult swim themes.

  14. The Drawfee Variety Hour has been quite possibly the most surreal show I've seen all year and I've loved every minute of it. An honest thank you to the team for making this weird, unholy trip of a show. I hope it gets renewed sometime next year. Until then, all the best!

  15. Adam is that friend at the party who zoned out cause they didn't feel included but is still present enough to feign laughter because he hears people laughing

  16. i like how jacob was like "the golden ratio is stupid" and julia "formally educated in The Arts™" lepetit was immediately ready to fight him

  17. OH MY GOD THEY KILLED NATHAN!!!!
    YOU BASTARDS!!!!

    I loved the look on everyone's faces when it landed there but now that the goodest boy has been killed I'm sad. What are we gonna do without that beautiful beard?

    RIP Cham Clowder's Nathan Yaffe </3

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