MORE TEENS REACT GRADUATIONS? (Vlog)

MORE TEENS REACT GRADUATIONS? (Vlog)

October 22, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


– Okay, hold on, I haven’t done
my morning stretch today. – (Tori) You have
a great morning routine. (silence) (Tori laughing) (silence) – Okay, we’re good.
– (FBE) We’re good? – Yeah.
– (FBE) All right. – Good morning, peeps of the vlog. So it is a Sunday here in the office,
so there’s a ton of shoots going on. We’re doing a react
to Snoop Dogg with the kids, and there’s also this thing
called the Matilda Challenge, but I’m not completely sure
what it is, but I think we’re doing something special
with it towards the end of the episode, so let’s go about
our day and see who’s in! Ethan, so wait, you’re the producer
for the Snoop Dogg episode, right? – Yes, I am. – (Tori) Do you think
it’s more interesting to do it with kids too
because it’s like– I mean, we have to censor
some of the things for them for Snoop Dogg and stuff,
and I think, sometimes in the comments it’s like, “(gasping)
You’re showing the kids this?!” – You know, kids are exposed
to a lot of this stuff on YouTube anyway and, you know,
we’re not here to pretend like they don’t see this stuff
from time to time anyway, and so we’ll blur out stuff
that’s very inappropriate, obviously, but, in general, just the general idea
that, you know, they’re not listening to people like Snoop Dogg,
it’s just not true. They’re listening to Snoop Dogg. We played these songs
and all the kids are going, “Oh, I’ve already heard this.” So it’s not like they’re
not seeing this stuff. It’s just, you know, stuff
we get to about with them. – Is it a rapper that I know?
– (Ethan) You should know. – Is it a newer version
of a rapper or– – (Ethan) He’s still around,
but he’s a little older. – Ugh. Okay, I don’t know.
– (Ethan) “Ugh.” Why “ugh”?
– Because I don’t even– I like Logic, okay?
– (Ethan) Okay. Well, this is going to be Snoop Dogg.
– Ugh. – (Ethan) Why “ugh”?!
– I don’t like Snoop Dogg. – (Ethan) What don’t you like
about Snoop Dogg? – He’s boring!
– (Ethan) He’s boring? – He doesn’t have good music. – (Ethan) Can you name any of his songs? – The ♪ (vocalizing song) ♪… that one. I can’t say the whole thing
because that song has bad words, Snoop Dogg! – We ended this episode
on a good video. – (Ethan) Right?
– Right. – (Ethan) Moving onto
a new era in style. – (Tori) This is your last episode,
this Snoop Dogg one? – Yes. – (Tori) But what was
your episode ever of Kids React? – Oh, crap.
Uh, let me think. Um… honestly,
I don’t even remember. (laughing) Is that bad?
– (Tori) Really? How long has it been?
– Wait, is it– Seven years?!
– (Tori) Jeez! – Nah-uh! – (Tori) Is it gonna feel weird
going to Teens? I know it’s a wall change, but still,
it’s like you get to upgrade from the stool to the swivel chair.
– (laughing) The swivel chair. – (Tori) You feel like you
finally belong on Teens React, now that you’re 14
and graduating from here? – Yes, I think it’s my time. – (Tori) Are you ready?
– Yes, I’m ready. – (Tori) This is your moment now. It’s gonna be there forever,
so no pressure. – (laughing) Oh, okay.
I have a spot, Wait, no.
– (Tori laughing) – I want it to be perfect. – (Tori) You signed that
when you were eight years old, and now as a 14-year-old,
you have your other signature. Is that a little bit crazy,
that you spent that many years here? – Yeah, it’s insane. (laughing) – (Tori) Aww, well, I’m glad
you like your little graduation bear. Congratulate a teenager. – Hey, guys, it’s me, Tyler. I can’t believe it’s
my last episode of Kids React. The time went by so far. It was amazing growing up on the show. Check me out on Teens React. Bye! – (Ethan) All right, dude,
so I’m going to hand you off to Tori here for a second. – (Tori) Okay, so wait, Ethan,
actually I do want to ask you real quick. So I know we just filmed the episode
that’s gonna go out last for Tyler’s last episode,
but he still has one more to film? – Shhh! So this is
the magic of filming. So Tyler’s actually going to go change
and go downstairs to film an episode that’s
gonna release previously, even though this is
his actual last episode. – (Tori) Oh, okay,
and since this is technically the last episode of Kids React,
we do have a bear for you. – Aww.
– (Ethan) It’s a graduation bear. – (Tori) And not a real one. You’re right, I feel like
I should preface with that. – (Ethan) Yeah, you are
now officially a teenager. – (Tori) That’s still so crazy. The next time you come in,
you’re gonna be on the teens wall. Do you feel like you
finally belong on Teens React, though, like it’s my time now? – Yes, I feel like it is my time. I loved Kids React though.
It was really fun. – (Tori) Oh, my god, okay. This is tripping me out though
because now it’s like Kids React, okay, Teens React,
and then Adults React. I think I’m gonna lose it
if you end up on Adults React, Tyler. Tyler, this is your last time
on the stool. You get the swivel chair after this.
I just thought about this. – I literally said that
when he walked in. I said you get to sit
on a real chair with a back. – (Tori) Instead of trying to jump
to move the stool. – (Vartuhi) So I have this fear
because all the PAs aren’t helping set up
for the challenge. – I have to press
the record button, and I– – (Tori) Uh-oh.
– I don’t usually do that, so this fear that I’m gonna press it
and it’s not gonna record. – (Tori) Vartuhi, no pressure.
– No pressure. – (Tori) But everything’s on this. – But I feel like
I need to message Peter and be like, “Peter,
are you getting the footage?” Okay, are you ready, Jake? All right, Tyler, sorry.
I just ended with Jake. – I’m not sure. I was like… yeah, I’m ready.
– (Vartuhi) You got this. You got this.
I’m pressing the button. I did it. We’re rolling. Okay, so when
the song starts humming, just dance.
– All right. – ♪ (humming) ♪ – (laughing) Oh, my god. – (Tori) It was so much funnier. I’m sure with framing, it looks great,
but then from here, I’m like, “Oscar over here.” All right, Tyler, it’s your time!
– I can’t believe it. – (Tori) What’s the graduation song? ♪ (humming Pomp and Circumstance) ♪ – I do not–
– (Tori) Wait. Where’s your old signature at? – Um, it was– oh, my–
it was this one. – (Tori) Aww, you drew a whole thing! – (Tyler) I know.
I made it so big and obnoxious. – (Tori) Oh, my god.
– I still love it. – (Tori) What are you gonna
do for this one? No pressure. – Definitely make it a lot smaller.
– (Tori laughing) Aww, see, you still
put a little drawing in there. – (Tyler) Why not?
– (Tori) Oh, my god. It’s official now, Tyler. So you informed me
that you haven’t signed the wall yet. – No. – (Tori) Would you like to?
– Yes. – (Tori) Oh, okay. Well, luckily,
I have a Sharpie for you. – Good. – (Tori) How come– maybe it
never came up or something like that and that’s how we missed this,
but, you know what, you’ve been on for a while now. We might as well get you on here. Ooh, a good spot. – I’m going to draw a skull–
– (Tori gasping) Do it! – I’m not really good
at drawing skulls, so please– – (Tori laughing) Remember, it’s gonna be there forever! – Now you just make me feel worse.
– (Tori laughing) Oh, that looks great though. I don’t know what
you’re talking about, Jake. Dang! You’re an artist
and you’ve officially signed the wall. – You’re too kind. – (Tori) Well, I’m glad
I was able to catch you right after your shoot
so you could officially sign the wall. – Yes, officially! – (Tori) Sydney, how good
have your yo-yo skills gotten? – Oh, come at me. – (Tori) Just keep your voice down.
– Okay, let’s go. Ready? You’re not ready for this. No one is ready for this. Ready? – (Tori gasping softly) – And then you go like this,
and then you go like that, and then you bring it back up. Yo-yo master!
– (Tori) Dang! – Come at me.
Who is this Tom? Never heard of him.
– (Tori) Dang! – What’s his name?
I forgot his name already. – Okay, so since it’s Sunday,
we actually have a tournament going on and we’re playing
with the kids, and I’m actually going
to be on stream, but I’m also gonna
start hosting those streams, so right now, I’m actually going
to be shadowing Omar, who’s the gaming producer, and Tom,
who’s the previous host because I’m taking over! All right, Tom, I need
all of your best hosting advice and tips you can give me. – Okay, one… (silence) – (Tori) This is gonna be a breeze! Omar, so what am I doing here
right now then? – Well, you are gonna be
co-hosting today– – (Tori) ‘Ey! So right now, because
we’re gonna have the kids in and everything, right,
so I’m gonna be on the coach with them then? – You’re gonna be
on the coach with them. You’re gonna be helping us along
as we try to, you know, manage the kids
as they’re moving through– – (Tori) They’re high energy, though. I feel like they’re gonna kill it
on Injustice especially. They’re gonna take that energy
and put it into their super hero characters.
– You know what? There are a few of those kids
I’m really looking forward to seeing them play today. – (Tori) I know Anita too
has been in the past on our streams and things like that,
so we have some returning players. – We have some returning players. And I know Anita was
a fan favorite for Smash, so it’s gonna be exciting
to see what she brings to Injustice 2. – (Tori) No pressure
on her or anything. – No pressure! None at all. Anita, win! (laughing) – Is this live?
– (Tori) Yes, we’re recording. – No, it’s not live! – (Tori) The viewers
are watching right now, guys. – What’s the stream saying?
– Hi. – (Tori) All right, Omar,
so we just wrapped this tournament right now with the kids. What do you sort of have planned
for the tournaments because I know even now
the intro is different, so what do you sort of vision
for these future tournaments? – Well, we just want to make things
feel more professional, you know? We’ve got a lot of people
coming in on the show. We want to give you guys a good show,
especially all you gamers out there that see stuff like Evo
and other E-sport competitions. We’re trying to hit that level
because you guys deserve it. – (Tori) And I like the twist of it too,
even with the generations, so normally those
that you just sort of named, it’s always pro E-sports or players. Here, we have kids playing with us
and people who maybe aren’t as well-versed in games,
but it’s still entertaining because they know
it’s from this platform, but now we’re taking it
on Twitch with video games. – Yeah, no, it’s awesome. Look, gaming is for everybody. It’s always cool to see it
go on a pro level with athletic levels of skill,
but, you know, the majority of us,
we’re just simple humans, so being able to celebrate that
and just recognize just great playing by amateur players,
you know, we gotta give the love. – (Tori) Well, Omar,
you’re doing a great job because, I mean, this tournament
went very smoothly, so that’s why I’m like
you’re doing great Omar. – Thanks, Tori. – All right, and that’s it
for today’s vlog. There was a ton of kids in the office. There was so much energy going on,
but now we get to go home! So I hope you enjoyed today’s vlog.
See you next time. Goodbye, everybody. – (Vartuhi) Okay, awesome.
Was that fun, Jake? – (Tori) Jake?
– I’m gonna stop doing that! – (Tori) Vartuhi!
– Why do I keep doing that? It’s because– let me tell you why. Because Jake was
in here right before you, and I had to tell him,
“Jake, stop. Jake, stop.” It was 10 times because he kept
playing with the laptop. I said “Jake” so many times,
and now I’m calling everybody Jake.