Both: ( singing )
♪ She’ll be coming
round the mountain ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming
round the mountain ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming round
the mountain when she comes. ♪( music playing )Music is one of the only
languages everybody can speak along with math,
love, and Azerbaijani. But why does music have to be
confined to musical instruments? Why can’t we make music
out of everyday objects? We can and we shall. We’re going to be presented
with everyday items that are not known
for their instrumentness and our task, Rhett,
is going to work together. I left a word out.
To be. – Yeah.
– To work together. I understood
where you were going. And make them
musical instruments. – Can we do it? Let’s find out.
– Yeah. – Okay.
– Our first item is– A jacket.
Like a windbreaker. Oh, this is a windbreaker. – Windbreaker.
Lots of potential here.
– Oh! Zipper, zipper, zipper, zipper. Zippers and squishy squishies. – Ooh!
– You wanna be zipper man,
I’ll be squishy man? Yeah, I’ll be zipper man. – You think the navy sounds
different than the green?
– This thing stinks. Oh, actually–
Listen! The greens have a lot more
noise in it. – Who knew that dark colors
would absorb sound.
– See, we’re discovering stuff. All right, I’m ready. Hit the music. Let’s see
if we can make it– –( music playing )
– Oh! We gotta compliment
each other. You can’t fill all the space
with the zip is what I’m saying. – Oh, really? Okay.
– Let’s compliment each other. And stop! Wow! Wow! I–
We could be a band! – Wow! Wow!
– Wow! Just give us a couple
of windbreakers… – Wow!
– …and a backing track
and stand back. Oh! Almost empty ketchup bottle.
Okay, yeah. – Mmm.
– This is–
Here’s the burger but we’re not gonna make
the burger the instrument. This fart maker right here– Oh! There’s only so much so you got so many farts,
you know. But you’ve also got
what you just did, a– That’s once the farts
are over. Once the farts are over
you go to bottle noises. And once the bottle noises are
over you go to burger noises. Okay, so save the farts
for the track. That’s what I always say. – Okay.
– Hit it!( music playing )( bottle sputtering ) It’s not farting enough. ( bottle sputtering ) Now you go to that thing
and I’ll do burger. Oh! ( bottle cap clicking ) ( bottle sputtering ) Oh, come on, man! I think I can suck a fart
back up in here. Oh, come on! I’ve tried that. I think we’ve exhausted this
to its full potential. Ooh! Coffee– – Grinder!
– Grinder. Um– It’s pretty much got one– – ( grinder whirs )
– Whoa! That is– It doesn’t just have one. – ( coffee beans rattling )
– Oh! Ah, yeah! Percussion! ( coffee beans rattling ) You gonna be that guy?
And I’ll be this guy? – Okay. Ooh!
– Okay, all right. Hit the music!( music playing )Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! – ( coffee beans rattling )
– ( coffee grinding ) Oh! ( coffee grinding ) – ( coffee beans rattling )
– ( coffee grinding ) I ground all
the coffee up. Oh! What? I got– I got new coffee. Oh! And you’re frozen. Whoa! Look at your–
Look at your hair, man. I was really excited
about doing some more, man. Hit it again! Oh, mine’s stuck! Mine’s stuck! ( coffee grinding ) I can’t get mine to stop. ( screams ) ( coffee grinding ) Good gosh! Before the man loses
his coif entirely. That was a good one. – I love–
– Ketchup kinda sucked
compared to this. – I love coffee.
– I got more coffee! Oh! Oh, God,
more coffee! We need to go
to the raves! – You’ve unhinged, man.
– We should go to the raves with just a pound of coffee
and a couple of grinders. Oh, we got some steak,
hot plates. Some tongs
and some butter. So– I’ll load ’em up. We’re gonna make
a sizzle symphony here. ( butter sizzling ) Oh, yeah! ♪ Butter your pan
if you can ♪ ♪ If you think
you’re the man ♪ ♪ Butter your pan ♪ All right,
grab me a steak. I’ll do that myself. All right, so we’re
gonna hit the music before we lay the steak. And I think
it’s more of a like– – Like percussively–
– Yeah. It’s like a hi-hat.
It’s like a hi-hat. Ooh, it’s like a hi-hat? Or a cymbal. All right, hit it!( music playing )( steaks sizzling )♪ She’ll be coming
round the mountain when she ♪Both: ( singing )
♪ Comes ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming round
the mountain when she comes ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming
round the mountain ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming round
the mountain ♪ ♪ She’ll be coming round
the mountain when she comes ♪ ♪ She’ll be riding six
white horses when she comes ♪ ♪ She’ll be riding six white
horses when she comes ♪ ♪ She’ll be riding
six white horses ♪ ♪ She’ll be riding six
white horses ♪ ♪ She’ll be riding six white
horses when she comes ♪ How does she ride
six horses–? – ♪ Where she’d get them
white horses ♪
– ♪ From ♪ ♪ We’ll go out to meet her
when she comes ♪ ♪ We’ll go out
to meet her. ♪ ( singing gibberish ) Whoo! Gather
around the chuck wagon! We just made us a meal
and some music! It’s a little rare.
Take a bite. – All right–
– I think the clear
winner is– Shh! – Coffee grinder!
– Coffee grinder. – Yeah.
– Your hair is
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