– Which POTUS ate the grossest? – Let’s talk about that. (alarm rings)
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we’re about to bring out eight men who were
voted in as president of the United States of America to find out what they love to shove
down their gullets. It’s time to play, I did not have culinary
relations with that food. But which president did? I couldn’t help but notice
this holy wall of POTUS. – Yes, this wall of POTUS
has eight POTI on it, featuring Richard Nixon. – [Crew Member] I am not a
crook, but I am a foodie! (chuckling) – He speaks! I’m so glad there’s a
hole so they can speak. – Who else do we have up there? – Martin Van Buren. – [Crew Member] Hello,
it’s me, Martin Van Buren. (Rhett chuckles)
This is what I talk like. – And George Washington. – [Crew Member] Hello it’s
me, George Washington. That’s right, George Washington. – And then down here we
have William H. Harrison. Here, he’s thinking about it. – [Crew Member] Hi guys, it’s
me, William Henry Harrison. I died pretty early on
in my presidency, whoa! – Yeah, like a month. You were only a month in office. – Yep, 30 days!
– Herbert Walker Bush. – [Crew Member] Oh hi, hi
Rhett and Link, it’s me. (Rhett laughs) – Thought you said, “Not gonna do it. “Not gonna do it.” – Oh yeah, oh right.
– “Not gonna do it.” – [Crew Member] I
remember what I talk like. – Calvin Coolidge, you
can bring it out later. I have no clue what he sounded like. – [Crew Member] Oh hi guys, it’s me, it’s Calvin Coolidge. Hi guys, hi! – Hi.
– Yeah. – And then down here we have Gerald Ford. – [Crew Member] Hi Rhett and
Link, it’s me, Gerald Ford. – Yes, I can tell, and finally,
the big G Dub himself, Bush. – [Crew Member] Mission
accomplished, Rhett and Link. Remember that, mission accomplished. – His face is, your mouth is so sideways. – Well it’s just so low, I think that– – [Crew Member] Mission accomplished. – (chuckling) He’s gotta
get a 45 degree angle. Which is great. – All right we’re gonna be giving a dish that we have to match to
a president that loved it. – And we will indicate that by feeding it to that particular president. I hope they’re all hungry! – And whoever has the
most right at the end is named GMM president
for a day and will have the privilege of delivering the first ever state of the Mythical union address. Now let’s feed some POTI. (orchestral music) What is our first dish under
the White House cloche? – Ah.
– Look at that. – [Rhett] Pizza but a
certain kind of pizza. – [Stevie] Guys this is cheeseburger pizza which is a Margherita pizza
covered in the ingredients of a cheeseburger. – Hmm.
– Which president do you think loved this cheesy cheeseburger pizza? – [Link] Hmm, cheeseburgers. – I mean this can’t be somebody way, way back in the day, right? We’re not talking about George Washington. – Yeah. Well I know that H Dub hated broccoli, which I think means that he loves pizza. So I’m actually voting for that. – Yeah so we have a little cheat sheet, some presidential facts that
might help inform some things. – Herbert Walker. – [Crew Member] Yeah,
that’s me, the H Dub, H.W. stands for hog wild. (moans) Not gonna chew it. (Rhett laughs)
Not gonna chew it. Read my lips. They’re covered in food. – All right you liked that, huh? You think I’m right? – [Crew Member] Not
supposed to give it away. – Okay you know what, I feel like this is a very Richard Nixon, gosh. – [Link] Let me help you with that, Rhett. – Please do.
– There you go. – Richard Nixon-ish.
– Nixon. – [Crew Member] Stick
it in, big boy, come on. (crew laughing) I’m gonna need to wash this
down with a little water gate. (chuckles) Yeah, (chuckles) okay. – All right so do we
find out our answers or do we just have to keep going? – [Stevie] Keep on going. – Let’s keep going!
– Yes! (orchestral music) Here we go. – [Link] What is that,
ketchup on cottage cheese? – [Stevie] That’s literally all it is. Which president loved this? – Somebody who’s sick. – Now, according to my fact sheet here, G Dub Bush down here choked on a pretzel. (object clanging) Oop, you all right back there? – [Crew Member] Yep, oh, just a classic W absent-mindedness. – Choking on a pretzel.
– Kicking over something. (Rhett laughs) – He might wanna eat this
because it’s so soft. – But you know what, it says
that William Henry Harrison was once described as
utterly unpretentious. – [Link] That’s not very pretentious. It’s actually kinda stupid looking. – Yeah, this is, “I just
like cottage cheese with–” – If that’s your answer, go for it. – And I’m gonna feed him
with the presidential spoon. Where is he, there he is. – [Crew Member] It’s me,
William Henry Harrison. Did my voice change? I forget. (crew laughs) Ah yeah. Mm.
– That is ketchup. – [Crew Member] Oh ho ho! Yep.
– You know what, I think after you choke on a pretzel, you never go back, so. – [Crew Member] If I eat all my dinner, will my dad be proud of me? – You have to turn that spoon sideways. (chuckling)
(moaning) – [Crew Member] Mission accomplished. Mission accomplished. Yeah, ah yeah. – You gotta, just a little right there. – [Crew Member] Now that
I’m full, I’m gonna do one of those weird paintings I do now. (Rhett and Link chuckle) (orchestral music) – Here we have what appears to be pie. – It just looks like apple pie. – [Stevie] Why don’t you
give it a little taste? – Oh, it’s not apple pie, is it? Can I have a fork there,
Link so I can partake? – There you go, you know
what, I just gave you a bite. There you go.
– Oh thank you. – [Link] What is this? – Oh no. – There’s meat in the pie. – This is apple pie with meat in it. – [Stevie] In the description,
it sounds kinda good. It’s salted pork apple pie. – It’s a bit odd. Once I let it sit for a second,
I could see how somebody, in a different time, in a different time. – Yeah, this is a long time ago. – Would be into this. – Somebody’s getting, now
Van Buren has always been a favorite of mine
because of his sideburns. – [Crew Member] Yep, that’s
me, Martin Van Buren. I look like that guy you
see taking a little bath in the sink at the public library. (Rhett and crew laughing) – That’s right, and he
demanded he be served with gold spoons in the White House, so I’m gonna, do I have a gold spoon, yes. – You do, you do.
– Okay, Martin. I’m gonna serve you–
– I also ate all my meals in a golden corral. (crew laughing) – Oh you look ready for it.
– Oh yeah! I’m starving. (Link chuckles) (lips smacking) – Just open real wide.
– Oh okay! Whoa, mm! All right, I love a meaty dessert. (Rhett laughs) – All right Rhett, what do you think? – I think that this is,
when I think salted pork, I just think that this is a good old, like the first president,
going all the way back to, what’s more America than apple pie? – You talking about Coolidge? – [Crew Member] Right that’s
me, George Washington. Little known fact, I
sounded like someone doing a bad JFK impression. (crew laughing) (coughs) Mm, oh, yeah. – Yeah, that’s the first
time you’ve had that in a long time.
– Oh yeah. Yeah, Martin Van Buren called me and said it was really
gross and he was right. (chuckling) (orchestral music) – All right. – Ooh, so we got simple strawberry waffle with some whipped cream on it. – [Stevie] There’s a
little not whipped cream. – Okay, all right, I
guess I gotta find out. – What is it? Is that mayonnaise? – Yogurt.
– Oh, good. – [Stevie] No, sour cream. – Sour cream.
– Sour cream? – Sour cream as we call it. – I always knew there had to
be something a little bit wrong with you to make it all the
way through the presidency. – Well listen to this. Calvin Coolidge reportedly enjoyed having petroleum jelly slathered on his head while he ate breakfast in bed. He thought it was good for his heath. Calvin, I think this is you, buddy. – [Crew Member] That’s right guys, I’ll give it the old
Coolidge try. (laughs) (Rhett chuckles) – So you put petroleum jelly on your head when eating breakfast? – [Crew Member] Yeah. Little known secret, that was
kind of a sex thing for me. (crew laughing) Oh boy. Mm! – Okay and there we go.
– Yeah, all right! – Okay, now. (Link chuckles) Not just because I wanna hear
more from Calvin Coolidge. – Oh really?
– But also I think you’re right about that. – Coming back for more, huh? – Hey Calvin, tell us
a little bit more about that breakfast in bed. – [Crew Member] Oh you know,
I just made up some junk about it being healthy and
then I had to have a series of secret service men
slather me with jelly. (moans) – Then what did you do
with that lathered up head? – You’ll have to buy my book– (Rhett laughs)
To find out. (orchestral music) – What do we got here?
– Here we go. Some sort of goulash. What is this?
– Can I have a spoon there? It’s like a corn soup. And it looks like we also have– – It’s vegetable soup with
huge friggin’ croutons in it. Look at that crouton. – [Stevie] No, I think you
need to take a deeper bite. – It’s a little chewy but what is it? – [Rhett] Deeper, oh
yeah, there’s some meat. What’s that meat? – I got the meat. – [Stevie] Playing a little
mini game of what’s that meat. – Chicken? I don’t know, skunk.
– Alligator, alligator. – [Stevie] This is squirrel stew. – Oh, you hungry, presidents? – Squirrel stew and then– – Squirrel?
– No! – [Crew Member] No! – [Crew Member] No! (crew laughing) – Squirrel stew. Okay so this is a old timer. – [Stevie] That’s hard cider. – A hard cider and some squirrel stew. Davy Crockett was not a president, right? – I will say that squirrel–
– Is good. – Is delightful.
– Yeah. I’m definitely not complaining about it. – Yeah. – But who would eat it? – Now Gerald Ford, he was
a model for Look Magazine. – But he doesn’t look
like a squirrel stew man. I don’t mean that as an insult, Mr. Ford. – [Link] No, I think he does. – Who would eat squirrel–
– Open wide, Ford. – [Crew Member] Ah! – [Link] Get yourself some squirrel stew. – [Crew Member] Ma,
there’s lust in my heart for that stew. Did I say that? Anyway. – All right, I got a good bite for you that’s full of squirrel. – Is that your guess? Are you guessing the Ford man?
– Sh’yeah. – Sh’yeah! – There it is, that’s my guess. – Can I guess somebody
I’ve already guessed? – No, you can switch later. – Okay, well, I actually
feel pretty good about Martin Van Buren just given, that looks like a man who
would eat some squirrel stew, does it not? – [Crew Member] That’s true,
but I prefer to eat them raw. I catch them in the
park with my bare hands! I love to feel skulls crack, oh yeah. Yeah. – [Link] Take a little. – [Rhett] Wash it down. – [Link] That’s squirrel pee. (burps) – Oh God. (laughing) – [Crew Member] All right! I’m pre-gaming for later. (both laughing) – Okay Stevie, let us know
how many we have right and give us an opportunity to switcheroo. – [Stevie] Okay, Link,
you have zero right. – Okay, all right. – [Stevie] But Rhett, you
have also zero correct. – Oh gosh!
– This is a tough game. – Oh man! – All right, so, this
ketchup and cottage cheese. I actually feel like that’s his dad. I feel like I was in the right place, so, I’m saying that that’s his dad
and then the cheeseburger– – [Rhett] I think this
is George Washington. – Cheeseburger pizza I think is Nixon. And then, let’s see. For the pancake, sour cream– – Salt pork pie is this guy. – I think that’s Ford, and then I think that
the squirrel is Coolidge. – I think Coolidge did
the weird cottage cheese and I think that… – Herbert Walker? – No.
– Oh yeah. – [Rhett] I had it up there
so you’re gonna be wrong– – I’m gonna be wrong so I gotta go. – Did you say that Bush was,
no, Bush is cheeseburger pizza. – [Link] Switch is complete. – [Stevie] All right here are what the presidents actually liked. – Okay. – [Stevie] President Richard
Nixon’s favorite food was cottage cheese with ketchup. (Link groans) – Okay. – [Stevie] President Martin
Van Buren’s favorite food was not here today. President George
Washington’s favorite food was also not here today. (Rhett groans) President William Henry
Harrison’s favorite food was squirrel stew and hard cider. – Didn’t get that one.
– Nope. – [Stevie] President
H.W. Bush’s favorite food is not here today. President Calvin Coolidge’s favorite food was pork apple pie.
(Rhett moans) – We suck, man. – [Stevie] President
Gerald Ford’s favorite food was waffles with
strawberries and sour cream. – Oh!
– Yes! – [Stevie] And President
W. Bush’s favorite food is cheeseburger pizza. – Oh, and we tied. – There it is! – We get to be dual presidents
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