[slides in/singing rug]
Hey beardlovers. Come here. [gestures] [Closer shot] Come on. [Closer shot] A little closer. [Extreme closeup] Noogie!! Waaaa! Hahaha! [Camera back in regular position] My grandma watches these videos. Did I just give my grandma a noogie? That is not appropriate. Sorry, grandma. Aunt Judy deserves it, though.
[Wheezy Waiter beard intro]
So as many of you know, I was supposed to do Prank House this week but they postponed it. But I decided I was just gonna fly out to L.A. for a week anyway. That was supposed to happen yesterday but I either forgot to set my alarm or I slept through it, and I missed my flight. [Makes stupid face as text appears on screen: Idiot]
So I decided not to go. But I can live like I'm on vacation anywhere. [sniffs] I think the coffee's done. I love it when the coffee's done! I'm gonna take a vacation to the coffee. Let's see. [typing on computer] First class. Window seat. Check one bag. One carry-on. I think I'll book two adults in case I meet a lady at the airport. And booked.
[Wearing a pink baseball hat] Chicago, here we come! Woo!! [wheels suitcase and another bag towards kitchen. Stops to pick up a book off his bedside table. Backs into the kitchen with his bags. Drawing of an airplane labeled Air Chicago leaving Chicago, Craig visible in the window. It flies past the eagle. An angry Craig extends his fist out of the window and punches the eagle. The plane continues on its way. Craig smiles. The plane lands in Chicago. Craig walks into the kitchen.] Wow. The weather's great here. [Takes a picture with his phone.] Yeah. [Wheels his bags and his coffee cup back towards camera.] Oh wow. [Takes another picture. Sitting, sipping his coffee, he takes a photo of himself.] Mmm.
Ahh Chicago. Come for the fun, stay for the duration.
Oh crap! [Camera zooms in/dun dun dun music] I think I left the stove on.
[Craig has the phone to his ear] Yeah, clone, could you turn that off for me? Thanks. [Lowers phone.]
[Back in the kitchen, we see a clone walking towards the stove:] Okay.
Did someone follow me here? [looks behind him towards the kitchen]
Sweaty sweaty brow brow. [Takes off hat, wipes his brow.] While I'm here, let's see what's on the Chicago internet. [Leans towards his computer] Whoa. Strikingly similar.
A CNN article asks [shows article] Do the dead greet the dying?
David Kessler, the writer of the article, says that after years of spending time with the dying and the bereaved, he's noticed very similar traits. Including seeing images of loved ones welcoming them from beyond the grave.
You ever wonder if you'll be greeted by loved ones who have passed on when you're on your deathbed? Guess there's only one way to find out. Well, two. Wait. Or flash forward. Flash forward!!
[Music plays over title on screen: Many Years Later] [Another title: Hopefully]
[Craig is lying on his bed. A clone hovers nearby.]
[Craig:] It's okay, clone. Let me rest. Get to the alligator pit.
[Clone:] Okey dokey.
[Craig:] I can't believe I still live here after all these years. [Alligator munches.] Great plastic surgery, though. [sings] Forever young... Forever young... Grandma? [Craig gets noogie] Oooooh, oh, noogie! Ouch! Ow! Stop it! Stop it! Stop it! Stop it!
[Music plays over title: Present Day]
Grandma... geez. Talk about holding a grudge.
So, since I'm in Chicago, what sites should I see while I'm here? I'm gonna open up the YouTube Moderator so you can leave a suggestion on my channel.
Now here's another Supernote wink.
[Viewer:] Mmmoooo...... [text on screen: 71.94 seconds] [Wink (ding)] Ding!
[Wheezy Waiter video game outro]
Okay, let's try out some of this Chicago deep dish style Jimmy John sub. [Eats.] Mmm. Oh yeah. Oh wow.
So if you haven't yet, please leave a video response Supernote to this video [points to annotation] and then end with a wink. We're consistently about 5000 seconds behind Shay Carl. Every little bit helps. I think we can catch him. [Craig puts the sub sandwich up to his ear.] I just gave myself a sandwich willy.
They include seeing images of loved ones welcoming them from the eyond the ow.... that's... why am I... I... beyond the bow? Bao is an Asian food. [Picture of bao with text on screen: That's bao and an arrow pointing to the picture] And I do not want to be welcomed beyond it. The bao is enough. Yum. What am I talking about?