LAST To LEAVE This Video WINS $1,000!

LAST To LEAVE This Video WINS $1,000!


– Hi SOTY family! Today we are giving away
one thousand dollars to one of you. We’re doing last to leave this video, and throughout the video there
will be letters like this: (high pitched electronic sound effect) going through the screen, and you have to go through,
collect all the letters, unscramble the two words,
comment them below, or go to shotoftheyeagers.com
and email it to us, and we will pick a winner. – [Jamie] Blake, are you gonna stay in the ball pit forever?! – I’ve got an idea for us
to pass the time, guys: Marco Polo! – [All] Not it! – [Jordyn] Whoops. – Not it! – Ha ha, Parker’s it! – Oh man! – In today’s video, we do the last to leave the ball pit wins, but, before we get started, give us a big thumbs up and
subscribe to our channel. (upbeat electronic party music) – [Girls] Ball pit! – Last to leave. – Last to leave? I want in on this. (screams) Oh, gosh. – Must not have been as
deep as he thought it was! – Okay guys, we have an
awesome ball pit built – And we are gonna see who
can stay in it the longest. – And the winner gets
double allowance this week. (all cheer) – What’s allowance? – Guys, I’m sad I don’t get to play! – Someone’s gotta take one for the team. – All right guys, so while they’re having a
fun time in the ball pit and having to stay in the ball pit, I’m going to try my hardest to get them out of the ball pit so that we can see who
the winner’s gonna be, and I have some tricks up my sleeve. First off, guys, it is
7:20 in the evening, and we haven’t eaten dinner yet, and the kids were complaining
that they were hungry and wanted to eat dinner, so guess what guys? I am cooking a delicious casserole, but only those that get out of
the ball pit can eat dinner. Guys, who’s hungry?! – [All] Me! – Too bad. If you’re in the ball
pit, you can’t eat dinner. I don’t want food getting
all in those balls, sorry! – [All] Noooooo! – That’s not good for me. – Maybe you should leave
the ball pit, then, Dad. – Maybe I shouldn’t. – [Female Child] Maybe I should! – I think Blake’s gonna win. – [Jamie] Blake, are you gonna stay in the ball pit forever?! I have no idea what she’s gonna do with double her allowance. What’s double nothing, guys? (balls shuffle) (scream) At least it’s comfortable
to take a nap in! – If I sleep the whole time, I’ll win. – [Children] Ball pits are awesome! – We’ll see how you guys feel about that eight hours from now. – Eight hours? – Or 30 minutes, we’ll
see how long they last. Guys, this blackened chicken Alfredo is looking pretty delicious
and smelling even better. – I’ve got an idea for us
to pass the time, guys: Marco Polo! – [All] Not it! – Not it! – Ha ha, Parker’s it! – Oh man! – Marco! – [Other Children] Polo! – Polo! – Marco? – Marco. – [All Others] Polo! – [Steve] Marco! – [Jamie] Polo! – Marco. – [All Others] Polo! (baby babbles) – I got you, Jordyn, now you’re it! – Try to get away from me, guys! Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – I say whoever gets tagged gets out. – [Children] No way! – Come on, let’s make
it a little bit risky. – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! (balls shuffle) – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – Marco! – [All Others] Polo! – I got somebody! – You got my foot! – Does that mean Payton
has to leave the ball pit? – Walk the plank! Walk the plank! Walk the plank! Walk the plank! – No, never! – Can we push people out of the ball pit? – I don’t think that’s a- (screams) – I have officially made a rule! A person must willingly leave the ball pit to be counted as out. (cheers) All right guys, so I have a good idea to maybe try to weed some of those
kids out of the ball pit. So, they seem to be
getting a little bit bored, and so I am going to go
in each of their rooms and pick one of their
favorite, favorite things, and put it on a table in front of them, and see if that’s enough incentive to get them to leave the ball pit. (upbeat twinkly music) Hopefully these will be enough reason to get them out of the ball pit. – [Kids On Right] Red Rover, Red Rover, send Taylor right over! – [Dad] Come on, Taylor, get in there. Yeah! – Guys, they are seriously
playing Red Rover. They are having way too
much fun in the ball pit. I need to get this stuff downstairs or else they are going
to stay in that ball pit all night long. All right guys! I’ve brought down some
of your favorite things, but you must not touch ’em
while you are in the ball pit. – Why? – Because as soon as you
touch them, you’re out! – How do you know? – I am the rule maker. And for Dad, nice frozen Hershey bar. Are you guys missing
some of your belongings? – Nope! – My Duncan! – Jordyn, this blanket
is so soft and warm! And it feels little hot in here. Let’s air it out a little bit. Nice and snowy. It just needs to get a
little bit colder in here. – [Stephen] No, that’s a bunch of lies! Stop it! Don’t go! – I can tell that Jordyn is the weak link. – Jordyn, just get your
blanket real quick, it’s cold in here. – Yeah, Jordyn, it’s kinda cold. You should go get your blanket. – I am so cold and my blanket’s so warm. I can’t stand it! (gasps) – [Stephen] Is she out? Is she out? – [Jamie] She’s out! I have succeeded! One down, a lot more to go. How does it feel not to
double your allowance? – Warm. – Mom, you’re just a twisted person. Well, does that mean we get out stuff now? – No, you don’t get your stuff. It’s gonna sit there and
tempt you guys all night long. Guys, I’m just getting started. I have so many tricks up my sleeve, and one of them involves
everyone’s favorite drink: chocolate milk. Guys, I am so thirsty! I am just gonna help myself to a nice, big glass of chocolate milk. – [Stephen] I’m in a happy place, I’m in a happy place. – [Jamie] Hey Jordyn,
would you like a glass? – What?! (cups clink on counter) There’s a lot of empty glasses here, guys! Why do you want out? Why do you want out, Parker? – I want chocolate milk! – Here you go. – [Jamie] Parker’s out of the ball pit! – [Payton] How rude of you, Parker! (giggles) – Guys, she is majorly rubbing it in drinking that chocolate milk. Two down! A lot more to go, but I’m doin’ good! – Give it to me, gimmee! (slurps) (balls slush around) – A little over two minutes
and dinner is done, guys! Who’s still hungry?! – Me! – Nope, I’m not hungry. – How did Parker get back in the ball pit? – I jumped in. – Doesn’t count, guys. She has officially been
kicked out of the game, so she can’t win double allowance. Blake, are you getting
tired of the ball pit? – I think she’s getting ready to get out. – Blake, do you want Mama? Do you wanna come out with Mommy? – This is just evil. – Mommy will hold you. – [Steve] Did you just say buhbuh? – [Jamie] You want a baba? Do you want out? You want a drink? Come on, come on out! (baby grunts) (buzzer sounds) – No! Blake! – Blake, how does it
feel to officially lose the last to be in the ball pit game? (baby babbles quietly) (balls shuffle around) – Chopsticks, baby. – Guys, I have never played this game, and I have never gotten it. I have no idea what they’re doing. At least they’re quiet. – I am glad I left the ball pit. – [Jamie] So is Blake. All right guys, I have
another trick up my sleeve, and I know the perfect way to get Payton out of the ball pit. I have her homework here. Hey Payton, guess what I have. Your homework. You wanna come out and do it? Are you tempted? – Give it to me. – [Stephen] It’s homework! – Are you serious, Mom? That’s the best you’ve got? I will do my homework after
you double my allowance. – Wow, I’m so scared. Oh no, homework! Oh no! – Wow, don’t threaten me with homework. – [Jamie] And Dad hasn’t
moved his position in the last hour. I just got an idea of how to
get Steve out of the ball pit. Who can resist a nice comfortable pillow when you didn’t get a
lot of sleep last night, and you’re stuck in an
uncomfortable ball pit? – Glorious, so good, Mom. – Steve, look what I have! – Daddy, Mommy wants to talk to you! – [Jamie] I have your nice, comfy pillow. – That’d be better than
these balls, thank you. – [Jamie] It’ll be on the
table next to your Hershey bar. All you have to do is
get out of the ball pit. – [Children] Get out! Get out! Get out! (balls shuffle) – No way. – Shoot! I really thought
that was gonna work! Guys, I think they’re
getting a little stir crazy. (balls shuffle around) And Parker is still
voluntarily in the ball pit. Remember, the minute you
touch it, you’re out! – Shh! – [Jamie] You’re out. You’re out! (gasps) You’re outta the ball pit! (buzzer sounds) – I’m hungry! – [Jamie] You chose the Hershey bar?! – Well, and dinner looks like it’s a couple minutes from being ready. – Guys, the Hershey bar is
what finally did him in! The Hershey bar, chocolate. Who woulda thought? I woulda thought. All right guys, a little update. It is 8:30 at night, Dinner is ready, we’re
getting it dished up. It smells delicious, guys. It may not look that good, it smells great, and we still have three
kids in the ball pit who are getting hungry. – Savage! – Mmm, so cheesy, so delicious. – [Jamie] Girls, are you getting hungry? – Yeah, would you just
put a plate right here? – If you get food, you’re out of the game. – Who wants a tiny taste? – [Taylor & Payton] Me! – Do it, just do it. – They’re holding strong. What do you guys say
that after we eat dinner we go upstairs and play
a little bit of Fortnite? – But wait a sec, don’t
you guys all hate Fortnite? – Not today, we don’t. – That’s so unfair! – I can’t stand it anymore! I’m so hungry! – [Jamie] Guys, she’s coming out! – [Taylor] I’ll give you
one dollar if you leave. – [Jamie] Are you coming out? Wait, wait, wait, is she doing it? She did it! Woo-hoo! – Good luck, guys! It’s so much better on the other side. Oh, Stephen, this is so good. – She got here dinner, her
chocolate milk, her homework, – And Duncan! – [Jamie] Guys, aren’t you
jealous of Blake’s yummy peas? – Not really. – [Jamie] Aren’t you hungry? – I could do this all day. (mischievous music) I’m on fire! – I’m not leaving. – I’m not leaving. – I’m not leaving. – Definitely not leaving. – Not gonna leave. – Still not leaving. – Still staying here. – Haven’t changed my mind. – Not gonna leave. – Yeah, we’ve covered
this, I’m not leaving. Guys, it’s 9:30, we haven’t eaten dinner, and we’ve been in here for hours! – All right, Stephen, how about we do a competition
to see who gets out of here? Or else we’re gonna be in here forever. – All right guys, I have
the perfect competition. So, Stephen is going to try and collect as many of the blue ball
pit balls as he can, and Taylor is going to try
and collect the yellow ones, and they have one minute to try and get the most ball pit balls in their box, and at the end of one minute, we will count and we will see who wins. Whoever wins, won the challenge, and whoever loses has
to leave the ball pit. (boxes crashes on floor) – Fill that box up. – Okay. On your mark, get set, go! (timer clicks) (balls thud) – Time! All right guys, let’s take a look. Here are Stephen’s. – And here are mine. – All right guys, comment below right now, real quick before we start counting, who you guys think won; Stephen or Taylor? One, two, three four, five, six… (rapid sped up counting) 73! – Now it’s time to see how many I got. – One, two, three, four, five, six… (rapid sped up counting) 90 yellow balls! – Oh, does that mean I just won?! (balls shuffle) Double allowance, whoopie! (upbeat carnival music) (clicking sound effects) – In today’s video, we did the last to leave the Legos fort, but before we get started, please big thumbs and
subscribe to our channel. – Hi Soty family! What’s up, guys? As you can see, our house
is a little different and kind of crazy. Guys, we have 2500 giant Lego blocks, and it’s insane, guys. It’s crazy. – I love Legos. We’re gonna surprise the kids
and build a giant Lego fort. – And then, just to make
things interesting and fun, we are going to see who can stay in the Lego fort the longest, and maybe they’ll just have a surprise waiting for them if they
stay in the longest. Guys, look at all of these Legos. All right, before we can surprise
the kids and do anything, we have to build a fort as fast as we can. – Let’s build. – Guys, after 45 minutes,
it is finally built, and it looks awesome! Let’s check it out. (upbeat music) All right guys, now it is
time to go get the kids, surprise them, and then
do this awesome challenge. – [All Kids] Whoa! – Whoa! – Whoa! – Already feels like home. Lego home. – Wow. – [Jamie] Do you guys like your Lego fort? – Yeah. – [Jamie] It’s like the biggest ever made. Guess what? – What? – [Mom] You guys have to stay in there. All right, if you cross
this threshold, you’re out! – What? – Now guys, you do not
have to stay in there, but this is a last to leave
the Lego fort challenge. So the person that stays in the longest may just get a pretty awesome
surprise, but who knows? Who’s gonna play?! – [All] Me! – I’m playing because I
get to have a surprise. – She’s not even in the Lego fort, guys. – Hi! – For some reason, this plastic Lego fort makes all of my kids’ hair super staticky. It’s like, sticking up like crazy. – My hair’s not staticky. – Blake, I’ll help you escape! Let’s go. Out the window. – All right guys, so I
have to change the rules. If you cross this you’re out, and if you go out a window, you’re out. That means you, Blakers. While you guys are spending
your time in the Lego fort, we may be giving you
guys special things to do while you’re in there to pass some time. – Thank goodness, I’m getting bored. – [Stephen] Already? – Guys, I’m not out. – Guys, Steve is building
something complicated and pretty big. Is that gonna go inside the box fort? – You gotta have seats for everybody. – Seats! He’s building chairs! – I want a chair. – She’s still not inside the Lego fort. Blake, that was a close call! That was a close one. I guess Parker’s decided
to join the competition! – I go in! – Are any of you guys
wanting to give up yet? – [Older Children] No! – Yes! – She still does not
understand this game at all. – I have a Lego gift for everybody. What’s she doing out here? – [Payton] What is that? – You get a throne! – Yay! – Can I have it? – [Jamie] Blake, I think
you’re out of the game. – [Taylor] Oh no. – Busted! – One thing that I haven’t mentioned yet is while the kids are
inside the Lego fort, we are going to be
doing little challenges, and if you lose that challenge, you may just be eliminated from the fort, but the winner of the challenge gets to sit on the Lego throne. – [Payton & Parker] Like a boss! – Here comes the throne. – [Parker] This is where I belong. – All right guys, what
I’m most worried about is that these kids are going to want to stay in this Lego fort forever. This competition may never end because this is probably one
of the coolest things ever. So, to make this hurry along, we are going to have our first challenge. – [Taylor] Parker, put up your legs. – [Jamie] What are you guys doing? – She’s our queen, I’m a servant. – Yeah, and I’m servant, too. – [Stephen] Please do not
punish me with more taxes. – Parker knows how to work it. She hasn’t even won a competition yet. – Since Parker’s the queen, she doesn’t have to
participate in this challenge. It’ll be four on four? – Um… There’s four colors and four of the kids
are gonna participate. – Winner gets the throne. – They need to take
this little mini tower, and turn it into a cube. The last one to do it leaves. – All right does everyone
have their block tower. – [Older Children] Yeah! – This is kind of a hard competition. Let’s see how they do. On your mark, get set, go! (upbeat busy music) – [Steve] How’s it goin’? – [Taylor] Pretty good. (baby babbles) – [Payton] You can do this,
Payton, you can do this. – [Taylor] This needs to be a cube. – [Stephen] Wait, this is… – [Jamie] You’re not doing cubes! You did a rectangle! – [Taylor] Done! Wait… Done! – Taylor wins! – Here’s my cube! – Done! I did it wrong, but I did it right. – Did it! – [Jamie] Oh, but it’s not connected. – Finish it like this. – [Parker] I did it, I did a watching now! – [Steve] It’s gonna be close! Payton by a hair! – [Jamie] That was so
close, but Payton won. – I guess I’m the second
person to leave the Lego fort. – [Jamie] You and Blake are out. (baby babbles) – At least we get our own seats. – Ah, this is more like it. Winning pays off sometimes. – That doesn’t look very comfortable. (upbeat music) – All right guys, so we have
two gone, and four more to go. Are you guys ready for
another competition?! – [Children] Yeah. – Ready or not, you’re getting one. – This is my greatest invention yet. – [Stephen] What is it, a toilet? – No, it’s a seat. – [Stephen] It looks like a toilet. – It’s like that throne. – You invented a seat? – No, the best seat! – I made Parker a special little chair. – [Jamie] Look how cute it is! You ready for your chair, Parker? – Yes! – I might be having
more fun than the kids. – He totally is having
more fun than the kids. – [Steve] My lady. – [Jamie] Wow. – [Blake] Wow. – Blake is impressed, but now it is time for
the next competition! – Hey guys, I just built a robot. His name is Billy Bob Joe. Tad taller than me. – All right guys, so we
are clearing the Lego fort with all of the kids’ little
creatures that they built so that we can do the second competition. And guys, look at
Stephen’s little man there. It’s pretty awesome. And Dad is testing out the competition. Are you able to do it? – It’s harder than it looks. – All right, so because Taylor was the winner of the last competition, she doesn’t have to do this one, so everyone else will be participating, and it is a balance beam. Every block has to be stepped on. If someone falls off, they’re out. – I’m going first. Steven Yeager rocks! (sped up upbeat carnival music) I completed it! – [Jamie] Blake, is that a good play pen? – I had to lock her up. – I got this! – [Blake] Wow! – [Stephen] It’s not working,
I’m trying to make her laugh. – [Peyton] I win! Well, I mean, I guess I don’t lose. – [Parker It’s Parker’s turn! I made it! – Looks like I need to
make it a little harder. – We need to come up with
some harder competitions or we’re gonna be here all night. – I’m gonna add some
layers to this things. – Layers? What does that mean? (Steve whistles) – Try that, kids! – [Taylor] Step on every single block. – [Steve] Blake’s blocking the way. – [Payton] No! – You have to step up it. – I can’t do this. – [Blake] Wow! – I did it! – [Jamie] Okay, keep going! Uh, Blake… – Got it, easy peezy lemon squeezy. (baby babbles) – [Stephen] Oh shoot. This is gonna fall. Easy. (buzzer sounds) (Taylor Laughs) – [Steven] Wait, wait, what? She’s touching the ground. Um, what is happening here? – I’m doing it. – Well, it looks like Parker
is out of the competition. She touched the ground. – And there are three left. – All right guys, these guys
have been inside the Lego fort for a while now. It’s time to bring out the big guns. – Time to see how important
winning really is… With the money. Hey guys! Congratulations on making
it to the final three. This is where it gets
really tough, though. All of you are good at
winning competitions, but if one of you chooses
to leave right now, I have a reward for you. – [Taylor] What?! – [Steven] What is it, what is it? – Five dollar bill for leaving right now. (baby babbles) So, do you guys even know what you win if you win the whole game? – [All] No. – Well that’s funny, because I know what you
win if you leave right now. – Maybe the five dollars is better. – Why can’t you just tell us? – That’s what makes it even
more interesting, guys, but that five dollars is not
gonna stay around for long. Five… Four… Three… Two… One… – No! It’s mine. – [Jamie] She took the five dollars. – [Payton] Bye. – [Jamie] She took the five dollars. – I don’t even care about winning. – Did she just smell the money? – Yes she did, and she is
out of the competition. – And then there were two. – Stephen, are you regretting
not taking that five dollars? – A little but… At least if I win I get bragging rights. – All right guys, so before we do the last and final competition, we have one more thing that
we may be offering you guys. – So you guys didn’t
want the five dollars, but I think you might wanna take this. It’s my last cash offer, and it’s not five dollars this time. It’s one dollar. – Are you kidding me? – That’s worse, not interested. – All right guys, so you
have a choice to make: one dollar or do the final competition. There goes the dollar guys. – It’s worth more than the real prize. – [Jamie] All right, are you guys ready for the final and last competition? – Yes! – All right, each of you
guys have 10 colored blocks. The person that can stack
all of their 10 blocks up the fastest wins, and they
win the whole challenge. They will be the last person
to leave the Lego fort. On your mark, get set, go! – [Steve] It’s gonna be close. Stephen’s having some problems. – Done! – [Stephen] Done. – Stephen’s are not stacked together. – Oh my God, I stacked mine the fastest, and I won the challenge! – And as the winner of
the Lego fort challenge, you get to pick our next Lego game. – What?! That’s it? I gotta pick the next Lego video, and Payton got five dollars?! I don’t feel like I won. – I don’t feel like I lost. – You know what you’re gonna
win in these competitions. – Fine, I’m gonna pick the
craziest Lego video ever! – [Jamie] Look at baby Blake! – Blake! Hahahaha! – No, Blake! – [Steve] She’s the lava monster now! – [Older Kids] Blake! – [Parker] I love you. – In today’s video, we play
last to leave the hot lava, but before we get started, give us a big thumbs up and
subscribe to our channel. – [All] Hi SOTY family! – As you can see, we’re trapped in lava. (all scream) – So we are going to do
the last to leave wins versus the Lava Monster. – Dad’s creepy. – We have to stay on our cushion,
and do not touch the lava! – If you touch the lava, you’re out! – And my job is to get
them to leave their rocks. – Uh, it’s a cushion, Dad. – Obviously, duh. – The last to leave the
lava starts right now. – Wait, you didn’t tell us what we win. I need to know what I will win! – The winner of this challenge gets a night where they
control mom and dad. (kids scream) But I’ll also have some
other cool surprises to get them out of the game. – I don’t like this prize at all. – I do! – That’s hot. – Uh, do we have to
sit here all night long cause, I mean, I’m ready to. I’m gonna win this thing. (upbeat relaxing music) – [Steve] Whoa, Payton’s getting
awfully close to the lava. Do you wanna get out? – No, I’m a pro at this. – [Jamie] Look at baby Blake! – [Steve] Blake! Hahahaha! – No, Blake! – [Steve] She’s the lava monster now! – [all Kids] Blake! – [Parker] I love you! – [Jordyn] We already lost Blake! – Are you next? Lava angel. – Let’s jump on his belly. – [Payton] But then he’ll
flip us off and we’ll be out. – [Jordyn] Yeah, and
he’ll go off with them. The Lava Monster is making a lava angel, and it’s disturbing. – All right kids, what you did not know is this last to leave, like most of the other ones that we do, are also challenge-based
because if we didn’t do that, it would just be boring. – Bring on the first challenge! – [Steve] The first challenge
is the floor is lava! (kids scream) – Wait, what does that mean? We’re already safe. The floor was already lava. – Not a good challenge, Lava Monster. – But you guys have to go all the way around each cushion
without touching the lava! – No! – [Steve] Or the Lava Monster! – Dun dun dun! – But I have short legs. – Oh, I thought you were gonna fall in. – No. – I have long legs. – Then let’s go! Which way are we going? – Clockwise. – Wait, what does that mean? – Does it mean that way? – Elementary, old chap, elementary. – These kids, apparently,
need more homework. – [Older Kids] No, we don’t. – [Jamie] On your mark, get set, go! – [Stephen] Excuse me. – Seriously? Jordyn, go. – [Stephen] Go, go. – [Payton] I have to
wait until Jordyn goes. – [Stephen] Go. Oh, oh! – [Jamie] Hold that pose! Ooh, that is impressive. – I’m not moving. – [Jamie] Everyone must get
back where they started. – [Payton] What? Okay. – [Stephen] Payton, you
almost pushed me off. – [Steve] Ahh! The Lava Monster! Hahahahahahaha! – My foot! But I’m okay, it would heal. – What’s the official ruling, judge? – I say that Payton is safe, barely. She’s lucky that Parker got out. – Yes. – [Jamie] One last jump and everyone will get back
to where they started. One, two, three! – Ooh! – I was so close to touching the lava. – [Jamie] The floor is lava dance party! (slow electronic dance music) – I have another idea to get
someone out of my lava pit. You and you! Rock, paper, scissors. Ready? – Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! – I have scissors. – I have rock. – Payton is eliminated from this round. – Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! – Dang it! – Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! I am the winner! – [Steve] Or are you? Your prize for this round
is you get to be bribed. – No! What’s a bribe? – I know Taylor’s secrets
and what her weakness is. Taylor, all the money in
the Lava Man’s wallet… Ohh, I might not need it. – [Taylor] Oh, I would of fell. – All the money in my wallet is yours if you step into the lava now. – I almost fell back in again. How much money is there? – You’ll only know if
you step into the lava, take my hand. Join me. – [Taylor] Do you have a lot? How much does he have? – [Stephen] Does it include credit cards? – Only if you want my debt. – What’s debt? – This offer expires in five… Four… Three… – [Jordyn] Do it! Two… One… (Taylor laughs) (screams) I’m melting. Give me the wallet. – [Steve] Everyone has a price, and Taylor’s is… – Please don’t be just a dollar. – One dollar… Two dollars… – I only got two dollars? – Two lava dollars. – They’re on fire. – Anytime someone leaves, the
quicker I get to the prize. It’s a lava ball, get it? Let’s play catch. – [Payton] Catch it! This should be on fire by now. Poor lava ball! – This gives me a really good idea. It’s challenge time. I’m the timer. – Oh no, is it hot potato? – All right guys, the rules
for this hot potato game are everyone has to pass
the ball around in a circle as the music is playing. Once the music stops, whoever is holding the
ball is out of the game! – And you can only hold the ball for five seconds at a time. – Queue the music. On your mark, get set, go! (electronic music plays) (beeps sound) – [Steve] He’s out! – I’m melting! – [Jamie] Looks like
you are out of the game. There’s just two girls left! Let’s see who wins this challenge. – Me! – Me. – Or will it be me? – Wuhh? I’m so bored. – Me too. (Lava Monster groans) – I know! Lava gymnastics. (calm upbeat electronic music) – [Steve] Let’s see this. – Ooh, I go first, then. Watch and learn. (Jordyn claps) – [Steve] Oh, is she out? – [Payton] No. – [Steve] Ohh. – Impressive. (applause) – Impressive, impressive, impressive. – Lava Monster! Lava Monster! – Go! – Impressive! Impressive! – All right guys, it is time
for the final last challenge, and hopefully we will be
able to see who the winner of the last to leave the
hot lava challenge is. – [Steve] Rock, Paper,
Scissors to see who goes first. – Rock, paper, scissor, shoot! – [Steve] You win, you’re first. – [Jamie] You must get from
that cushion to that cushion. Remember, don’t touch the lava blocks. – Okay. Whoa… You can do this. – [Steve] Lava… – [Payton] Don’t step on the red. – [Steve] All right, kid. – [Payton] You stepped the red! (Steve claps) – [Steve] Well done, Padawan. – [Jamie] All right
Payton, it’s your turn. – [Steve] Lava monster! – [Jordyn] Can she do it? – [Steve] Balance. – [Payton] Um… Aww… (maniacal laughing) – [Steve] The Lava Monster got you! – I’m melting! – I’m so sad for her, but I won! I’m the last to leave the lava! (bus skids) – [All] Whoa! – Watch it, bus driver! – What were you thinking?! – I’m fine. – Hey SOTY family! Today we’re gonna play last
to leave the Lego school bus. But before we get started,
give us a big thumbs up, and subscribe to our channel. – All right, is everyone ready to play last to leave the Lego school bus?! – Yeah! – Does everyone have their backpack? – [Stephen] Yep! – Does everyone have their notebooks? Now everyone, get inside
the Lego school bus! – [Stephen] Everybody, clap hurray! Everybody, woo-hoo! Do-di-doo-doo… – Everyone, get in the school
bus seats for instructions. All right guys, the rules are simple in
this Lego school bus. If you walk out of the school
bus doors, you are out. – What do we win if
we’re the last to leave? – If you are the last to
leave the Lego school bus, you guys get to have school
lunch for an entire week! – [Girls] Yay! – All right guys, this is a last to leave with
challenges, so be ready. Hopefully you’re on your A game. ♪ The wheels on the bus
go round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round ♪ ♪ Round and round ♪ ♪ The wheels on the bus
go round and round ♪ ♪ All through the town ♪ Well guys, I guess while
you’re waiting for a challenge, you can just work on
your homework, I guess. – Say what? – Guys, you don’t have a chance. I can stay in here forever. (reads in foreign language) – Does anyone wanna do my homework? I’ll pay you. Blake, what’s three plus two? – I’m so glad I packed
this candy in my backpack. (calm upbeat music) – Speed bump ahead! (all scream) (bus skids) – [Stephen & Payton] Whoa! – Watch it, bus driver! – What were you thinking? – I’m fine. – All right guys, enough
of all the fun and games. It is time for your first challenge. – Already? – All right guys, I have
all your notebooks here. On the first page, you
will see that there is a scrambled word. The person to scramble
their word last is out! Of the Lego school bus. – And then we don’t get school lunch?! – Dun-dun-dun! – Thank you. – On your mark, get set, unscramble! (pages flip) – [Payton] I know it, I know it! (gasps) – Done! It’s math. – Wait, are they all school subjects? Cause if so, this would be
Chinese, but there’s not an H? – Done! Mine is PE. – Wait, wait, I know! – Done! – Done! – Guys, that was a close call! You all did so good, but sorry Taylor, you were the last one
to unscramble your word. You must leave the Lego school bus. – It looks like this is my stop. – [Remaining Kids] Bye Taylor! – Guys, our bus is getting
emptier and emptier. – Things are starting to get real! (paper shuffles) – You’re out, that hand’s out. – How do you know? – One, two, three! – [Stephen] Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! (flying sound effects) Planes! – [Payton] No! – Hannah sat straight up in her saddle… – I am writing these poems
from inside a lion… – Harry, you’re a wizard… – All right guys, it is time
for the second challenge. So, if you guys want to win a week’s worth of school lunch, you have to prove that you
know how to make home lunch, and fast. – I know how to make home lunch. – Real quick, name your favorite sandwich. – PB and J. – Nutella. – Waffles! Just kidding, peanut butter and honey. – The first two people to
make their favorite sandwich and then come and get it inside either one of these lunchboxes wins! And the person that doesn’t
get it inside their lunchbox has to leave the Lego school bus. Nutella. PB and J. And waffles. On your mark, get set, start spreading! (cantina music) – Ah, this is gonna be easy comp. – I really gotta hurry! – I’m just taking my time. – I’m a machine! – Chocolate’s the best. – Come on, spread, peanut butter! – Peanut butter jelly time,
peanut butter jelly time! – Waffles! – Who knew making sandwiches is so tough? – Do I need a new knife for the honey? Come on, honey, come out quicker! – I got this! – Oh, I got it! – I’m moving on to the peanut butter! – I’m already on the peanut butter. – Honey, go faster! Waffles! Waffles! Waffles! – Peanut butter jelly!
Peanut butter jelly! – Peanut butter and Nutella
time, peanut butter… – I’m closing! (high pitched electronic sound effect) – I’m right behind ya! – Come on, honey! – I can do this! – [Payton] I got it in! – [Stephen] Nope! (screams) – I got it! – Done! – Done! – Uh, my sandwich looks amazing. – [Jamie] All right girls,
enjoy your sandwiches because Stephen is eliminated
from the Lego school bus. – I guess this is my stop. Boom! – Bye Stephen! – This is a big bus for only two people. – Soon to be one, if you know what I mean. – I’m winning school lunch for a week. – No, I am! – No, I am! – How long have we been here for, anyways? – Forever! (relaxing twinkly music) ♪ Ring around the rosies ♪ ♪ Pocket full of posies ♪ ♪ Ashers, ashers, we all fall down ♪ This bus is so huge, we
can even play soccer in it. (kicks ball) – All right ladies,
sorry to break up recess, but it is time for you
last and final competition so that we can see who the last to leave the Lego school bus really is. – It’s me! – All right, this last
challenge in simple. You guys are going to play three rounds of the popular game rock, paper, scissors, but you are going to be playing it with actual rock, paper, and scissors. – Say what? – Are you ladies ready? – Yes! – Ladies, do you have your first choices? – Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! – Oh man. One point for me! – Ladies, do you have your second choices? – Yeah. (paper shuffles) – Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! Ohh! Rock, paper, scissors, shoot! – Oh! That means I got two points. Okay, one more point, I
win the whole entire thing. – Uh, Jordyn, that means you won. – Yeah! – I guess it’s time for my stop. – Bye Payton! Just saying, you’re my best friend! Guys, I just won the challenge! That means I get school
lunch for a whole week! Best prize ever! The question for the day is, what’s your favorite school lunch? – The last to escape loses. (clicking sound effects) – [All] No, let us out! – Hey SOTY family! So we just got locked in an escape room. – And we are competing against Uncle Derek – And Stephen Yeager’s channel. – The channel that
escapes first gets to… – Control the loser’s day! – So we don’t want to
lose, but we want to lose. – No, we want to win, Parker. – All right guys, the escape
room has officially started, and we are competing against
the two other channels, guys. We need to find clues fast,
and escape out of this room. – Because we’re locked in here. – After you watch this video, make sure to watch Uncle Derek’s channel and Stephen Yeager’s – To see their escape rooms and the clues that they were given. All right everyone, scour
this room for clues! – She has one! Because that thing over there said Gizmo. – Guys, Gizmo. – And that’s what we named the robot dog. – [Jamie] Where was that? – A number two! The card was right here. – Guys, so we named this little dog Gizmo. I can’t believe that that’s
where one of our clues were. – Okay guys, there’s
another note that says, “Good night Sweetheart.” – [Taylor] The crib! – [Jamie] Okay, search in the crib. That would make sense. – [Payton] Right there! – [Jamie] Let me see, what is it? – [Payton] It’s a three! – It’s three heart. – Okay guys, we need to look
at all of the other papers. – Strongest shape. – [Jamie] Strongest shape. What is the strongest shape? Guys, I have heard somewhere that the triangle is the strongest shape. So what does that mean? – This one says, “Remember me.” What does that mean? ♪ Remember me ♪ – What is that song off of? Where have I heard that before? – [Jordyn] Coco! – [Jamie] Do we have the movie? – [Taylor] Yeah. – [Jamie] Okay, I know
we had it in the car, but do we have it? – [Jordyn] Coco, right here. – [Payton] Open it, open it! (screams) – Four! – Guys, I found this. Should we just open it? – [Jamie] Yeah, go ahead. Let’s just see what it is. – Crayons. – [Jamie] Let me see. What colors are they? – They are yellow, blue, orange,
red, and pink, and purple. – All right, so the only thing
that we haven’t figured out is strongest shape. I don’t really know. Anything? – [Payton] Strongest shape… – I’m so confused! – All right guys, I just Googled it. It says, “… thus a triangular
shape is the strongest one, which is also called a rigid structure.” – How didn’t I notice this, you guys? How didn’t I notice this? – [Jamie] What? (laughs) – Well guys, it’s this right here! – It’s a triangle! That’s crazy. Okay, well, we happened
upon it by accident, but it is a triangle, yes! – Guys, I think we found all the clues. – Guys, but why do we
have a box of crayons? – [Jamie] All right guys, so here are the cards that we have found. We have a lock here, but what order… – Let’s try every order. – [Jamie] All right, so
we have the diamond shape, the clover, the heart… We have every shape that
we need on the lock. What do you guys think? – I think we should start
with youngest number. – [Payton & Jordyn] Two, three, four, ace. – [Jamie] So, there
was one here, one here, one here, and one here. Guys, we didn’t keep track
of which ones we found and in what order. Oops! – Okay guys, I’ve been
thinking really hard. This is the order we found them in. – [Jamie] Okay, we found
them in this order. Okay, so Payton, do four
of the clovers at the top. – This one? – Do three of the hearts. – One, two, three. – Do one of the spades. – One. – Now do two of the diamonds. – One, two. – [Jamie] Did it work? – No. – Guys, I can hear on the other end that Stephen and Uncle Derek have gotten out of their room, and they are continue
on in the escape room, and we are still stuck in this room because these cards don’t make sense! – Oh man. (knocking) – [Jamie] Derek! Is that you? – [Derek] How are you guys doing in there? – [Jamie] Stop it! Stop taunting us! Go away! – [Derek] Me and Stephen
are home free out here. We’re exploring. You guys are just stuck in this door. – Not fair, Uncle Derek! – All right guys, so
we’ve been sitting here for a really long time, and I think we may have figured it out. I think it was simple. Instead of doing like, one, one, two… One, two, three, and four of each thing, Jordyn had the idea of just
doing one of each thing. – [Payton] One. – [Jamie] Then what’s next, diamond? Okay, then hearts, and then clover. Okay, let’s see… (screams) We did it, we did it! Parker, do you got the crayons? Let’s do this. (door creaks) (screams) – That’s not good. Took you guys long enough. – [Jamie] Have you even solved anything? – Welcome to our world where we don’t know
what’s going on out here. – [Jamie] All right, we found
a piece of paper that says, “Choose your path wisely!” All right guys, so it says that if we escape through
the wrong path and door, we will be eliminated,
but what does that mean? What are paths? – These look like paths. – [Jamie] Okay, there’s a
red flag with a red lock. – And blue flag and blue lock. – Here are the yellow ones! So how do we know which
path we’re going through? – That’s a good question. I don’t know! – Neither do I. – Well, this is by the paper, guys. – [Jamie] Oh my goodness,
that’s a crazy combination lock. – Things are getting intense. – All right guys, so obviously
we were the last group to get to this part of the escape room, and some of the clues have
already been picked through. So it’s only fair if Uncle Derek’s channel and Stephen Yeager’s channel shares some of the clues
that they have found. – So, when I was in
there I got some crayons. Don’t know what they’re for. – We got crayons, too! – I also got crayons. I also have two batteries
and a yellow key. – We don’t have any of that. – I found a yellow paper
that says, “Stephen” so I think my path is yellow. – All I’ve found was a B. – Same. – Bath. – Same. – Day. – Also have. – Your – I don’t have your. – And it’s and a battery that’s blue. – It’s your bath day. – That doesn’t make any sense! – It’s your B-day! – [Payton] Birthday. – [Jordyn] That means birthday! Guys, you can’t give it away to them. Shhh, it’s our secret. – I didn’t hear a word you said. – [Jordyn] Get him! – So Stephen, let me see your cards. Are they in yellow? – Yes. – So Taylor, his cards are in yellow, Derek, your cards are what color? – Blue. – [Taylor] Our path must be red! – Or there’s a missing papers
that haven’t been gotten. So we got to find red papers, maybe? – I don’t totally know that blue is mine. I just chose it because I like blue. – Hmm. – We need to find a path
and those red papers. – I think we need to
solve this riddle first, and then we move on to the next. – And I think that will tell us what path we’re supposed to go on. All right guys, we did all get crayons, and guys, we got six. There are six letters
that we have to solve on this little contraption, and Payton had a pretty
good idea in the room. – We could put it in rainbow. – These are the letters of the crayons. Does that make a word? – Maybe the first letter of
all the colors makes a word. Shh, we’re trying to be quiet
so we don’t give it away. – I think we need to write colors in it. – [Jamie] Okay, so she’s
going to write in colors. Do you know how to spell it? – C-O- – Wait, so we start with C-O. – L – L… (ting!) – [Taylor] What’s in it, what’s in it? – Oh no. – [Taylor] Which one do we want? – It says, “Blue”, “Red”, and “Yellow” – [Jordyn] Let’s do red. – Which one are we? – [Taylor] We’re doing blue. – That means we’re blue. – All right, we are
going to be very quiet. We now know that we’re
looking for the blue color, and we can’t say it to anyone because they may be going
down the wrong path. So everyone zip your lips,
lock it, key in your pocket. – Shhh. – Shhh. – Shhh. – Shhh. – All right guys, follow me. All right guys, we are looking everywhere for all of the blue
papers around the house. Okay, we have, “Looked out the…” what? “and what did I see?” We have a B, we have a
your, we have a bath, and we have an it’s. – It’s saying, “Look out the
window and what did I see?” – [Jamie] Guys, check out this window. Check this window, quick! Hurry! Do you see anything? Hurry, pull it! – [Jordyn] Nothing. – [Jamie] Anything? What is it? – It’s a battery. – This one has a blue on it. – [Jamie] Wait, blue battery? We have a blue one? – Guys, guys, we found both of them. – Guys, we just found two batteries. Here’s a blue one right
here with the lock. There’s blue stuff everywhere. What does this mean? There’s the yellow one. – See ya, sayonara, I win! Let’s go, let’s go! Yes! I have escaped the escape room. – I did it! See ya! – Guys, Stephen just
escaped the escape room, and then right after, Uncle Derek, so that means they got
first and second place, and Shot Of the Yeagers got last. – We don’t care, we’re going to solve
our escape room anyways! – That’s the spirit, girl
power, we can do this! – I found another card. – [Jamie] What does it say? – Day! Like I said a minute ago,
“It’s your B-day bath.” I think we need to go upstairs
to the blue lock up there. – [Jamie] Let’s go, let’s
go, let’s go, let’s go! – Who’s birthday do we do? There’s lots of people’s. – Mom’s! – Let’s do oldest to youngest. – [Jamie] Let’s do mine. – What’s yours? – [Jamie] Okay, seven. – The top? – Seven, 24. Two, four. – [Payton] Hey, but
there’s three numbers so… – [Jamie] Seven, two, four. – It just unlocked. – [Jamie] Did it work? Let’s go in, let’s see! – [Payton] Guys, the bath! – “Power comes from pane.” – Guys, look what I found. It’s a tracker! – [Jamie] A tracker? – It’s a metal detector! – [Jamie] What are we trying to detect? – Metal. – It doesn’t work, why doesn’t it turn on? – [Jamie] Okay, is it not working? – What’s this? – [Jamie] It’s not working? – It says, “Low.” – [Jamie] Power, guys! – Batteries! – [Taylor] The batteries that we had! – [Jordyn] Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep! – Guys, here’s the batteries. Give me the metal detector. – [Jamie] Let’s see if we can get it in. I don’t know, do you guys
see where it would go? – [Jordyn] What? Did you just… – [Jamie] Down there? I don’t… (relaxing twinkly music) – This is what I have to work with. This is why we’re in last place. – [Taylor] Put them on. – [Payton] Oh, I think
that’s where you put them on. – Okay, so put one in and
we’re going to connect them. – What do we do with this? – [Jamie] Turn it on and we’ll
see if we can find anything. (metal detector beeps) – [Taylor] Wait, I’m going to
make it so it’s easy, guys. Over there. Guys, we had a clue that said, “Bath”. We should go to the bathroom. – [Jamie] Okay, go to
the bathroom, Jordyn! Let’s see if it’s in there! – [Taylor] Carpet. – [Jamie] Check on the carpet. – [Payton] Guys, key! – [Jamie] Woo-hoo! You found the key! – I did it. – Here Payton. – [Jamie] All right, let’s unlock it. What’s inside of it? – [Taylor] There’s a key. – [Jamie] Another key? – That key. – [Jamie] Oh my gosh, is this the last one that we have to do? Keep picking, hurry and unlock it, Payton. Get it out! (cheers) Okay, hurry, Taylor! We gotta get out! – [Payton] Press it in! (screams) – [Jamie] Let’s go, let’s go! Come on, kay kut kut! – We’re free! – The last to escape loses. (intense sound effect) – Hey guys, welcome back to my channel! Today, we’re doing a last to
leave, escape room challenge! But before I get into
this awesome adventure, remember, subscribe, hit
that notification bell, and give me a big thumbs up. Well, it may seem like that
I’m the only one in here, but Derek’s in one room, my family channel’s in the other room, and we are going to go and race each other out of this house. And I’ve got to figure out how
to get out this first lock. (knob shakes) Yeah, that’s not gonna work. I don’t know why I’m pounding on the door. Let’s get looking. Well that was easy. Crayons. I have red, yellow,
blue, red, green, blue. Well, I’ve got a handful of crayons. I’m not sure what they are yet, so let’s keep looking. (intense electronic music) for some reason I doubt that
it’s something in here at all, but you know, you got to look everywhere. Well, nothing up there. (disgusted grunts) This is disgusting. I smell my socks. That doesn’t smell good. Wait… A four of hearts. It’s a weird four of hearts. I mean, it’s pink, so maybe
that does something with it. Okay… What are these signs? “R2D2 who?” “Monsters live where?” “X marks the spot.” “Like father, like son.” I’m going to open this, and maybe find everything that’s on here. R2D2 who… Monsters live here? Would that be this? X marks the spot, X marks the spot… Okay, maybe I look around a little more. Maybe there’s something
else not in my closet. So my goal is obviously
to get out of this door. Wait, wait a sec… These aren’t normal. That’s diamond, heart… I’m surprised there’s
not a clover, I mean… Four… I need to look for more cards! One card, crayons, monsters live where. Swamps? Ponds? R2D2 who, the robot? And then X marks the spot. Like father, like son I feel like is something
that me and my dad both do, but I don’t know what that would be. Football, maybe? I’m just going to keep looking around. (high pitched electronic sound effect) I don’t want to rip that off. It’s too beautiful. Okay. (bells sound) (thud) That did not just happen. (bell sounds) No. (sighs) Yes, yes, yes, yes! Okay, two. Wait… Maybe, just saying, because my dad isn’t
too much into Star Wars, he meant this is R2D2. It’s BB8, Dad. Okay, I’m going to pass
the where monsters live and X marks the spot for now. I’m going to move on to
like father, like son. Maybe basketball? No, I don’t think so. We both like fishing, but it’s not really one thing
that we both do very often. You know what? I’m just going to go looking
around the place like crazy. (motor sounds quietly) Monsters live in my dirty laundry. Smelly monsters. Card! Okay… this is the three, so… So far, I have a four, a two, and a three. I need the one. I have everything but the one. I think this was like father, like son because I like razor riding
and he likes razor riding, so that should be one, but
what does x marks the spot for? Maybe there’s like a map somewhere. Like treasure, treasure, treasure… Treasure! Treasure, treasure, treasure. Maybe there’s something in here. Wait, there is, I just didn’t see it. Okay, so diamond. All right, I think I’ll
be able to get out, but I feel like there’s
more to it than this. I think this is the combination to this, because this has all four houses of cards. So I think it goes: Diamond… Up… Down. I’m free! I’m free, I’m free, I’m free! I’m free, I’m free, I’m free, okay. I think we should go now. Oh wait, I dropped a crayon. I’ll keep these cards in handy. “Choose your path wisely. If you escape through
the wrong path and door, you will be eliminated. If you use a clue from
another path to help escape, eliminated”? What’s this box? Looks like I’m the first
one out of the room. Shhh. Whoa. What does this have to do anything with? Wait, I also see some other weird stuff. A red banner. (knob shakes) It’s locked with three numbers. There’s a blue one over here, and a yellow one over there. I think I have to get into one of these. Wait, a note! “Day”. Day, day, day, day, day… So, “Choose your path wisely, if you escape through
the wrong path and door, you will be eliminated. If you use a clue from
another path to help escape, eliminated.” What path am I? I have to choose a path wisely, but… This only gives me a couple of options. It gives me yellow, green, red, and blue. That’s all colors on here, so maybe… I don’t know how to look for this, and unlock this box. So, I think I need to open this and find a key to one of these things. I think if I open this and I find the key, that’s the path that I should choose. So maybe I explore the
house a little more, and hopefully find a good clue. Wait, wait a sec… “It’s”, “Happy”, and “The”. There’s some batteries, different colors. I think Derek just got out. Let’s see what’s going on. Hey, hey! Derek, did you escape? – Maybe… Did you? – Well, I mean, I can just tell… – Then why’d you ask me if I escaped? – Okay, I don’t know. Because this is what I got out of that box that you’re holding right now. It’s crayons. – Yeah, I got crayons, too. – Oh, you got cards? – Stop looking at my cards. – Okay, here’s a secret: Those cards were the cards
to help me open that door, so it has probably nothing
else to do with any of this. – Huh. You’ll go on without your cards, and maybe I’ll win because I have cards. And what does this mean, Stephen? – I don’t know! Have you opened the box yet? Cause I think we need to solve… – “Choose your path wisely…” – Cause there’s three
colors, one on each door. Blue, red, and yellow. – So are we supposed to
choose one of the colors? – That’s what I’m thinking. There’s a ton of blue,
yellow, and red things all over the place. I got out, so… Still just looking. – I have no clue. (laughs) – So, Derek’s out, but Shot
Of the Yeagers is still stuck. I think I’m going to go
for this blue battery. Got a few more things. “Stephen” Wait, in yellow. What’s this one? This one says, “Your”, and this one says, “World.” Maybe I should go for yellow. Maybe, I take yellow, put this back, and I move on to… I think the girls escaped. Let’s go. There’s one way out. It’s yellow, so I think I
have to get out of this door. What if Derek goes in the wrong door and gets eliminated? Two, that’s red, though. Maybe there’s something in here. Stuffed animals, jackets… I don’t see anything. Ooh, “Day!” I saw a blue day earlier, so I think I have to
find all the yellow ones, put all the yellow clues together, and they have to get all the other colors. I don’t want them to know that so, shh. Wait, this is a little odd. No, nothing. Oh, “B”. B, B, B, B, B… B. B, B, B, B, B, B… I don’t get it, maybe… I mean, I see these locks here, but I have to get a key to get a key, but I think that key
gets me completely out, and I haven’t gotten to… So the room’s up there. So I think I need to go for blue. Shh. Hmm, nothing down there. No… – [Derek] A battery? – That’s weird. – [Derek] Shhh… – I don’t think anything is in here. Maybe I should go over there where Derek just was. – [Derek] Hmmm… – Wait, Derek. – Stephen, move. I got to get over here. Stephen, I got to get over here. Found another blue one. – Yellow, yellow, yellow. Okay, okay, that’s good, that’s good. Oh yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Shhh. Blue battery in there, shh. This says, “Bath”. I’m going to go to the bath, I guess. Let’s go! To the bath! Is it this bath or is it the
bath that’s locked upstairs? I think it’s the bath locked upstairs. No, that color’s not yellow. So bath. Here, I’m going to… So I have two batteries,
Day, B, Stephen, and Bath. B, Stephen, Bath. Wait, B-day. So B-day… I have school which is
an A day and a B day, so I’m going to keep this there, batteries, Stephen, and bath. There’s got to be something in here. I’m going to go check the showers. I don’t see anything in here. Let’s see here… (sniffs) What the heck? Wait… Wait, did I actually see that? Or am I just going crazy, like, what is going on? Okay. I think this key goes to I
wanna say the yellow door, and then the front door. My yellow key case, which I think… I feel like that key in there
would lead to the yellow door because otherwise if this led there, that would just be there for no reason. This is even assuming that I’m actually on the
right path with yellow. – Why are you going down the yellow path? – I mean, I just guessed yellow,
but this says, “Stephen”. I went for blue, but then I saw this. Wait, happy. I forgot about this. Excuse me, Derek. Do you have a word that says, “Happy”? – No. – Because I do. There’s one, two, three,
four, five, six letters. This says, “Happy”, one, two, three, four, five. Stephen, one, two, three,
four, five, six, seven. B, one. Day, three. Bath, four. I think these batteries have
something to do with it. (girls’ excited banter) – Shh, don’t tell them anything. – I won’t. (girls cheer) That’s not good. Took you guys long enough. – Have you even solved anything? – Welcome to our world where we don’t know
what’s going on out here. – Wait, is this yours? – So I have found those crayons. They haven’t done any good to me. The batteries and the cards. I used the cards. – [Taylor] B-day! – You’re B-day? – Birthday. – That means birthday! Guys, you can’t give it away to them! – Birthday, birthday, birthday… Thank you so much! Mine also has B-day, except it says, “Stephen, happy B-day.” Happy b-day, happy b-day. Okay, I need to try this key
on a couple things real quick. Do you guys think I should
dare on unlock this? Okay. Wait a sec… What if I’m not actually yellow? Do I risk it? I think this key opens the main door, but I’m a little… really, really worried about that. Maybe I should look around a little more. What’s another lock I have seen? I’m really worried, I’m really worried. Another battery. Is this even the right key? (key clicks into place) It is. But do I risk it? Do I want to risk it? – [Derek] Risk it for the biscuit! – If I go through this door,
there’s no coming back. What if I just solved this
puzzle for somebody else? Oh my God. Guys, do I do this? Do I go and just risk
it all to go out there, or do I go and try to find my combination? There’s also that yellow door upstairs that I never unlocked. But what, what, what… Numbers. I think I know the combination. Oh, come on, come on, come on. I think my combination is six, two, two, because my birthday is June 22nd. You didn’t hear a word I just said, Derek. It worked! It worked! What the heck? Derek, excuse me. “Looked out the … and what did I see?” Wait… Yes, this is my name. Yes, the combination was my birthday, but I still don’t know, and I don’t have any
idea what this could be. I don’t know how to
turn it on or anything. Wait, this is yellow. I found all of this stuff. Two batteries, wait a sec… Oh my gosh. Is this actually happening right now? So I found a metal detector
and batteries that go with it, but I don’t know if I even need it because I unlocked the last door. I bet this was supposed to help me find the key under the mat. “I looked out the window
and what did I see?” I found the thing that says bath. Oh my gosh, I think I’ve done it. I think I’m finished. I just don’t know if this
is really my color or not. I’ll see if anyone’s
found another puzzle yet. Derek, what did you find in there? – All the information I needed. I’ll let you guys solve that later. We’re out of here. – Derek is putting everything back. I don’t think he’s actually blue. What if I’m blue. I have to get that code. The girls still have it, they’re taking forever. I was the first one out, and
the last one to get this clue! So, I have unlocked the
yellow door completely. There’s no lock on it anymore, but I don’t know if it’s mine. Can I have some advice? – That’s risky. – Derek, I know you know
what color I need to be, so can you please tell me? – If I were you, I’d
go out the yellow door. Now I’ve got to go find my red paper. – No, no, Derek, Derek, Derek, no. I don’t know if I do this or not. I don’t know if I do this or not, I really need that combination. I really need to run up
there, get that thing, open it, and then I can
know exactly what I am. What if I unlock this door and someone else walks out and wins? So I need to get that combination. Did you guys crack it already? – Yes. – I mean, the girls are pretty loud, so I kind of heard what they said. It’s color, so if I can find… Oh my gosh, this is so hard. Okay, okay. C… O… C-O- Stop, no, Derek! Derek! It’s like a race against time. (girls cheer) – The girls are using all my stuff. – [Derek] “Power comes from pane.” Ohh, the window pane. That’s where I got my batteries. Dad, it’s not opening, can you help me? – [Steve] I don’t understand
what you’re saying. – It’s not opening, what the heck? It spells color, but I can’t open it. Derek, is this how you spell color? C-O-L-O-U-R or is it U-R? – Sounds right to me. – But then why is it not opening?! (laughter) This is urgent! – I’m crying! – [Steve] Stephen, have you spelled color? (metal detector beeps) – I’m trying to put color in because the girls said it was color. But color is not six letters. Wait, is it colors? Wait, what? Finally! I’m yellow, I’m yellow! Sayonara, guys! Sayonara! Sayonara, nara, nara, nara, nara! Sayonara! Freedom! Woo-hoo! Oh yeah, mhmmm, that was amazing, oh yeah. – Bears beats Battlestar Galactica. I’m going to fall backwards. I can’t see good. Guys, help me get to 100,000 subscribers before Stephen learns how to spell color. (intense electronic sound effect) (calm electronic music) – Oh, hello. I didn’t see you there. Welcome back to my channel. Today, we’re doing an
escape room challenge, but before we get started, make sure you subscribe to my channel and give me a big thumbs up. – The last to escape loses. (door latches) – Okay, we just started. It’s my channel against the
Shot Of the Yeagers channel and Stephen’s channel. So, just looking around. We’ve got an X on this pillow. I’m not sure exactly what
this is going to mean. Maybe it’s… X marks the spot. Three of diamonds. Let’s keep this over here. What is happening in the other room? I hear a bunch of shaking. (shakes bed against wall) Okay, over here it looks
like we have some signs. “It’s great to be eight.” “… Y and Z.” “Ride ’em, cowboy.” and “I mustache you a question.” Hmmm… And over here we had an X. Maybe X goes with “… Y and Z”? (guitar music) We have a little treasure chest here. Let’s see what’s inside. Crayons? What am I supposed to do with crayons? And we’ve got all different
colors of crayons. Hopefully… Oh, there’s another one. Hopefully this means something later on. Looking around. Hmmm… The light is on. Someone’s been here. I don’t know what I’m
supposed to be looking for. One of the piggy banks is upside down. Oh, that’s just because
there’s holes in the feet. (laughs) Oh my God. I don’t understand. What am I supposed to be looking for? There’s a pogo stick, soccer ball. What the heck? Oh, there’s a lock on the door. It says, “diamond,
spades, heart, and clubs.” There’s got to be more cards in here. Whoa, there’s a card in there! Ohh, mind blown! Look, I found this one under the X, and it goes with this. This one says, “Ride ’em cowboy”. This card was underneath the horse. Hmm… “It’s great to be eight”? There’s an eight. So, Taylor got baptized
when she was eight, so maybe there’s a card
inside of her baptism book? I knew it! So, we got a four of spades, okay. So it looks like we got
an ace, three, and a four. It looks like that’s the order, maybe, they go in for the lock. Like, ace is first, We
still got to find a two, and then there’s three and four, and these all match the lock. So now all I need to do
is find one more card, it’s the two. Okay, so the last one is,
“I mustache you a question.” So, I’m looking for a mustache? Somewhere? There’s got to be a
mustache in here somewhere. Let’s look around Taylor’s bed. Jordyn? In the blankets? There’s got to be something in here. We looked all out there, and we haven’t found anything in here. The light was on, so I think there has to
be something in here. What do you guys think? Comment down below if
you have any idea what “I mustache you a question”
is, because I have no clue. It sounds like Stephen’s
out of his room already! (knocks) I better hurry, they’re already out! I got to find that last card. I got nothing. I may have figured it out. While I was rustling around
making a mess of things, I looked up, these hats
have mustaches on them. How did I miss that? Of course, the first one I
pick up has the card in it. Okay, we got our order. Let’s go see if the lock unlocks. Okay, the first one is ace of clubs, two of hearts, three of diamonds, four of spades. The door, it is open. Haha! I don’t know what the crayons were for. Maybe I’ll just bring it with me? Stephen did get out! But it sounds like the Shot Of the yeagers are still stuck inside. We’re in second place. “Choose your path wisely…” – Hey, Derek, did you escape? – Maybe, did you? – Well, I mean, you can just tell. – Then why’d you ask me if I escaped. – Well, okay, I don’t know. Do you have any idea what
this could possibly mean? Cause this is what I got out of that box that you’re holding right now. It’s crayons. – Yeah, I got crayons, too. – Oh, you got cards? – Stop looking at my cards. – Okay, here, here’s a secret. Those cards were the cards
to help me open that door, so it has probably nothing
else to do with any of this. – Huh, you’ll go on without your cards, and maybe I’ll win because I have cards. What does this mean, Stephen? – I don’t know! Have you opened the box yet? – No. – It’s some weird combination thing. – Oh. – That I think we need to solve. – “Choose your path wisely…” – Cause there’s three colors on each door: Blue, red, and yellow. – So are we supposed to
choose one of the colors? – That’s what I’m thinking, and then there’s a ton of
balloons that are yellow and red all over the place. – So up here, we’ve got doors
with different colors on them, and they all have locks on them with three numbers on each lock. I don’t know which door is for what or which one I’m supposed to go to. (knocks) – [Jamie] Derek, is that you?! – How are you guys doing in there? – [Jamie] Stop it, stop taunting us! Go away! – Me and Stephen are home free out here. We’re exploring. You guys are just stuck in this door. (knocks) – [Parker] That’s it, Derek! – There’s papers down here. One’s blue, one’s yellow, and one’s red. I think that goes with the doors? Maybe I just choose a
color and I go with it? Okay, ohh, there’s batteries, too. It looks like Stephen chose yellow. What does “choose your path wisely…”, what does that mean? I’m choosing blue. Now, I guess, I got to figure out how I’m going to get into the blue door. I think what I’m going to do is I’m going to gather
up all the blue papers, see how it goes. (upbeat electronic music) A battery. Shhh… I found another yellow battery. That’s the color Stephen has. – Derek, I need- – Stephen, move, I gotta get over here. Stephen, I gotta get over here. I found another blue one. Let’s go to the bathrooms. (downbeat electronic music) (light switch clicks on) I don’t think there’s anything in here. B. I’m gonna go try that word lock upstairs, see if I can come up with anything. – [Stephen] No, I am going to do that. (girls scream) – That’s not good. Took you guys long enough. – [Jamie] Have you even solved anything? – [Derek] Welcome to our world where we don’t know
what’s going on out here. I don’t know what’s going on. (mischievous electronic guitar music) – [Stephen] Hey, what’s going on here? – Shhh, we all have crayons, and they’re all different COLORS. I put… I put the word Colors in the thing. – [Stephen] And what’s
in it, what’s in it? Derek, what did you find in there? – All the information I needed. I’ll let you guys solve that later. We’re outta here. – [Stephen] Hey Derek- – So in there it said
that my color is red. I got to go find all the red things. I found my battery. Another one. Found my other battery. – [Stephen] Derek, Derek,
Derek, Derek, Derek. So, I opened up the
yellow door completely. There’s no lock on it anymore, but I don’t know if it’s mine. Can I have some advice. – That’s risky. Ooh, how much do you got? – What do you mean how much do I got? – Advice comes with a price. – Derek, I know you know
what color I need to be, so can you please tell me. – What’s your favorite color? – Light blue. – If I were you, I’d
go out the yellow door. Now I got to go find my red papers. – No, no, Derek, Derek,
Derek, Derek, Derek. – It says, “Welcome to the world.” Would it be my birthday like Stephen’s? We gotta go! – [Stephen] It’s like a race against time! Hurry, hurry, hurry. The girls are using all my stuff. – “Power comes from pane.” Ooh, the window pane. That’s where I got my batteries. – [Stephen] Hey, come on, it spells color, but I can’t open it! Derek, is this how you
spell color: C-O-L-O-U-R? Or is it U-O-R? – Sounds right to me. – [Stephen] But then
why isn’t it opening?! (metal detector farts) – Let’s go search the bathroom. – [Stephen] Why is it not opening?! – Okay, so that clue said bathroom. Hopefully I can find it in here. (metal detector beeps) Look at that. Let’s go! Go, go, go, go, go, go! What?! We got the key! Oh shoot! I think we’re home free! (lock clicks open) Ooh! See ya! – All right guys, we escaped even though we were
the last team to do it. I guess that means that Stephen
gets to control our day. – Oh no. – Thanks for watching today’s video! – The question for today is what was the hardest clue we had to solve? – Subscribe to our channel! – Comment below! – Give us a big thumbs up. – And we’ll see you guys tomorrow! Bye! – So we don’t wanna
lose, but we wanna lose. (calm upbeat acoustic guitar music)

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