Whatever You Build Using LEGO, I'll Pay For!

ZHC Crafts
2 Mar 202431:09

Summary

TLDRIn a thrilling Lego challenge, five artists are tasked to create anything they desire using Legos, with the promise that the host will buy the real-life equivalent of their creations. They face various restrictions, including color limitations and time constraints, adding intensity to the competition. Throughout the challenge, they encounter mini-challenges, advantages, and penalties, intensifying the stakes. In the end, they present their creations, ranging from a Japanese temple to a Kobe sneaker, with judges determining the winner. The victor earns a coveted prize, culminating in an exhilarating and creative showdown.

Takeaways

  • ๐ŸŽจ Five artists are given a massive Lego supply and challenged to create Lego art pieces within 6 hours for a chance to win a prize of their choice.
  • ๐Ÿšซ Each artist is restricted from using certain colors in their Lego builds, which are randomly assigned at the start.
  • ๐Ÿฅ‡ Throughout the challenge, the artists participate in mini-games and challenges that grant advantages or disadvantages, such as extra time, additional color restrictions, or the ability to sabotage others' pieces.
  • โŒ› Time management and efficient building techniques are crucial, as the artists race against the clock to complete their Lego art pieces.
  • ๐Ÿงฉ The artists' creations range from anime characters and shoes to castles and landscapes, showcasing their creativity and Lego-building skills.
  • ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘งโ€๐Ÿ‘ฆ The challenge fosters a competitive yet friendly atmosphere, with the artists engaging in banter and supporting each other.
  • ๐Ÿ† After the allotted time, the completed Lego art pieces are judged by guest judges, who rank them based on various criteria, such as technique, attention to detail, and overall impressiveness.
  • ๐ŸŽ The winner, determined by the judges' scores, receives their desired prize, often a high-value item or experience related to their Lego creation.
  • ๐Ÿค– The challenges and mini-games introduce unexpected twists and obstacles, testing the artists' adaptability and problem-solving skills.
  • ๐ŸŒŸ The entire experience celebrates creativity, teamwork, and the joy of Lego building, while also providing entertaining content for the audience.

Q & A

  • What was the challenge presented to the artists?

    -The artists were given 1 million Legos and challenged to build whatever they wanted out of them. The winner would receive the item they built as a prize.

  • How were the artists' color choices restricted?

    -Each artist had to choose a card with a color on it, and they were not allowed to use that color for the entire video.

  • What were some of the mini-challenges and advantages/disadvantages involved?

    -The mini-challenges included a game of hide-and-seek, assembling Lego sets, finding hidden Lego bricks, replicating a Lego structure, and a Lego crossbow target game. Advantages included extra time, help from the host, and the ability to sabotage other artists' pieces.

  • What were the punishments for losing certain mini-challenges?

    -Punishments included eliminating additional colors, doing push-ups, being dunked in a pool, replicating a piece multiple times, and walking on Legos.

  • What did Ben build, and what was his prize for winning?

    -Ben built his favorite basketball shoe, the Kobe 6 Grinches. As the winner, he received a pair of rare Kobe shoes worth over $800.

  • How did the judges evaluate the artists' final pieces?

    -The judges, including Zach, Sacred Bricks, and TD Bricks, ranked the pieces based on their overall impressions, techniques used, and representation of the intended subject.

  • What were some of the challenges or difficulties the artists faced during the building process?

    -Challenges included working with restricted colors, dealing with structural issues and pieces falling apart, and managing their time effectively to complete their pieces within the given timeframe.

  • How did the artists choose the subjects or themes for their Lego creations?

    -Some artists chose to build representations of places they wanted to visit, like Japan or a tropical island. Others built their favorite items, like shoes or anime characters.

  • What strategies did the artists employ to gain advantages or avoid disadvantages during the mini-challenges?

    -Strategies included strategic color selections, careful decision-making when choosing punishments or advantages, and being cautious about using eliminated colors.

  • How did the host (Zach) keep the competition engaging and exciting for the artists and viewers?

    -Zach introduced various mini-challenges, punishments, and advantages to keep the artists on their toes and maintain a lively and competitive atmosphere throughout the video.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ—๏ธ The Ultimate LEGO Challenge

The video opens with the host announcing a unique challenge to five artists: they must build something from LEGOs, and the host will buy the real-life equivalent of whatever they create. The challenge includes a twist where each participant picks a card that determines a color they cannot use in their builds. The contestants, each facing their own restrictions, brainstorm and begin their creations, ranging from favorite shoes to dream vacation spots. However, complications arise as one contestant is caught using a banned color, leading to a scramble to rectify the mistake. The segment sets a competitive yet playful tone, emphasizing creativity under constraints.

05:00

๐Ÿšซ Strategic Color Limitations and Mini-Challenges

As the competition heats up, participants face additional challenges and strategic decisions. McKenzie wins a mini hide-and-seek game, granting her significant advantages, including choosing a contestant to further limit by color. The artists continue to work on their LEGO creations, each with their own strategy and vision, from tropical getaways to iconic video game castles. Midway through, a building speed challenge introduces more handicaps and advantages, increasing the stakes. The video highlights the contestants' determination and creativity, as well as the complexities of working within the imposed limitations.

10:03

๐Ÿค” Tactical Punishments and Advantages

The competition introduces more layers with punishments and advantages affecting the contestants' ability to use certain LEGO colors, making their tasks increasingly difficult. Ben wins an advantage allowing him to physically disrupt others' creations, adding tension and strategic gameplay. The contestants engage in a series of mini-challenges, from building a replica of a complex LEGO structure to finding hidden LEGO bricks for extra building time. These segments illustrate the participants' ingenuity and adaptability, showcasing their efforts to overcome the evolving challenges and restrictions.

15:05

๐ŸŽฏ Last-Minute Twists and Creative Solutions

In the final stretch, contestants face the most challenging tasks yet, including replicating a piece multiple times and enduring physical punishments like push-ups and pool dunks. Despite these obstacles, they showcase remarkable creativity and perseverance. A mini-challenge involving building a LEGO plushy under time pressure reveals the participants' ability to think quickly and innovatively. The video emphasizes the importance of strategic thinking and adaptability, as contestants navigate the final hurdles to complete their masterpieces.

20:06

๐Ÿ† The Grand Finale and Judging

As the competition concludes, each participant presents their completed LEGO creation, explaining its significance and connection to the prize they desire. The judging process involves both the host and guest LEGO experts, evaluating the builds based on creativity, relevance, and execution. The tension peaks as the scores are tallied, revealing the winner through a combination of points awarded for creativity, adherence to challenge rules, and the overall impression. The video wraps up with the winner receiving their coveted prize, celebrating the culmination of hard work, creativity, and strategic gameplay.

Mindmap

Keywords

๐Ÿ’กLegos

Legos are plastic construction toys consisting of interlocking bricks, gears, and various other parts, used to build models and figures. In the context of the video, Legos serve as the primary material for a creative challenge where participants build objects to win real-world equivalents. The variety and versatility of Legos enable the artists to conceptualize and construct a wide range of items, showcasing their creativity and problem-solving skills.

๐Ÿ’กColor Restrictions

Color restrictions refer to the limitation imposed on participants where they cannot use certain colors of Legos throughout the challenge. This concept is introduced as a twist to increase the difficulty level of the task and test the participants' adaptability and creativity. For example, one artist is restricted from using yellow, forcing them to rethink and adjust their design strategy to comply with the rules.

๐Ÿ’กMini Challenges

Mini challenges are smaller contests within the main competition, designed to test specific skills or add additional layers of competition. These can involve tasks like hide-and-seek, building a specific item the fastest, or finding hidden Lego bricks. Winners of mini challenges often receive advantages such as extra time or the ability to impose further restrictions on competitors, significantly impacting the main competition's outcome.

๐Ÿ’กBrainstorming

Brainstorming in this context refers to the process where participants generate ideas about what they will build with Legos to win the prize they desire. This phase is crucial as it sets the direction for their efforts during the challenge. Participants contemplate various possibilities, weighing their options based on personal interests, the feasibility of construction, and strategic advantage.

๐Ÿ’กAdvantages & Disadvantages

Advantages and disadvantages in the video refer to the benefits and penalties given to participants based on their performance in mini challenges. Advantages may include extra building time or immunity from certain restrictions, while disadvantages can involve additional color restrictions or physical challenges. These elements add strategic depth to the competition, as participants must navigate not only the building challenge but also the dynamic changes in their capabilities and strategies.

๐Ÿ’กJudging Criteria

Judging criteria refer to the standards and parameters used to evaluate the participants' Lego creations. These criteria may include creativity, adherence to the theme, technical skill, and how well the constructed item represents the desired prize. The video narrative emphasizes the importance of these criteria in determining the competition's winner, with guest judges providing their expertise to rank the creations.

๐Ÿ’กCreative Representation

Creative representation involves using Legos to build a model that symbolizes or mimics a real-world item or concept the participants wish to win. For instance, constructing a model of a Japanese temple as a bid to win a trip to Japan. This aspect of the challenge showcases the participants' ability to translate abstract desires into tangible, creative Lego constructs.

๐Ÿ’กTime Management

Time management is a critical aspect of the challenge, where participants must complete their Lego creations within a given timeframe. Effective time management involves planning, prioritizing, and executing the building process efficiently to ensure completion before the deadline. The video highlights moments where participants struggle with or excel in managing their time, affecting their final submissions.

๐Ÿ’กCollaboration & Competition

The challenge embodies both collaboration and competition among participants. While they compete against each other for the grand prize, moments of collaboration and assistance emerge, especially during mini challenges or when facing shared difficulties. This dynamic illustrates the complex interpersonal relationships within competitive environments, balancing self-interest with moments of teamwork.

๐Ÿ’กFinal Presentation

The final presentation is the culmination of the participants' efforts, where they showcase their completed Lego creations to the judges. This phase is crucial, as it is the moment where their work is evaluated against the judging criteria to determine the winner. The presentation not only highlights the creativity and skill involved in their constructions but also reveals their strategic choices and how well they navigated the challenge's various aspects.

Highlights

The contestants are given 1 million Legos and 6 hours to build whatever they want, with the winner receiving their creation as a reward.

Each contestant is assigned a color they cannot use for the entire video, adding an interesting constraint to the challenge.

The contestants play a series of mini-challenges, with advantages and punishments awarded based on their performance.

A mini-challenge involves finding hidden Lego bricks, with the winner receiving extra time and the loser facing a punishment.

The contestants have to replicate a Lego structure, with the last person receiving a punishment.

One contestant finds a loophole in the rules and tries to use additional Lego pieces, leading to a confrontation.

The contestants discuss their strategies and inspirations for their Lego creations, ranging from shoes to buildings.

A mini-challenge involves recreating a plush toy out of Legos, with the winner receiving a gift for their sibling.

The contestants face punishments such as replicating a piece multiple times, doing push-ups, or being dunked in the pool.

One contestant uses an immunity card to avoid a punishment, highlighting the strategic aspect of the challenge.

The contestants share their struggles and frustrations with building certain elements or using specific colors.

A mini-challenge involves a Lego crossbow, testing the contestants' accuracy for a potential advantage.

The finished Lego creations are judged by guest judges, who provide their rankings and feedback.

The winner is announced and receives a reward in the form of a valuable item related to their Lego creation.

The video showcases the creativity, problem-solving skills, and competitive spirit of the contestants throughout the Lego challenge.

Transcripts

00:00

I just bought 1 million

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Legos wow we have five artists and

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whatever you guys build out of Legos

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I'll buy for you build a laptop I'll get

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you a laptop build a location I'll send

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you to that location okay you guys will

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have 6 hours and there can only be one

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winner Oh and before you guys start

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there's a little twist oh no what

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everyone close your eyes I'm thinking of

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a number from 1 through 5 one five all

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right the number was one I won Michelle

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you're going to choose the order people

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get to pick these cards what are those

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cards each one of these cards has a

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color on it that color you cannot use

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for the entire video choose the order

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right now I guess it makes sense for me

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to pick first Jake to pick second

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McKenzie third I'm so sorry D I'll give

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it to benon and you these are colors

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that you cannot use for the rest of the

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video choose one red green yellow white

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and black I need all of those yellow you

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can't use yellow for the rest of the

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video Jake M I'm so screwed I guess I

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just have to get rid of green Mackenzie

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you get next choice black white or red

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I'm not going to use red so I'm going to

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take that one I'm getting rid of white I

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knew he was going to do that David no

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black for the entire video how am I

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going to make a Nintendo switch the

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whole thing's fly you can make the

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screen green hey editors put a button

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over here your time

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starts since the artists will receive

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whatever they build they begin to

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brainstorm what sort of item they'd want

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want to win I really love shoes so I

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think I'm going to make my favorite shoe

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ever the Kobe 6 grinches none of my

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colors got eliminated I just have to

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eliminate white cuz if shoes do not have

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white I will do a Japanese Temple for a

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trip to Japan I'm going to try my best

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because last video uh I feel like I can

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definitely do better than that look at

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how many Legos we have do you know what

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you're doing I'm going to make an anime

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character because I really want to go to

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Japan I am going to create a beach so I

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can get sent to I don't know maybe the

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Bahamas or something and even after I

02:00

just explained the rules of the

02:01

challenge I noticed someone not

02:02

following the rules this would have been

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such a Nintendo s wait David why are you

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holding that Jake get that out of his

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hands these are mine I was also going to

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use these so it looks like McKenzie has

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our materials uh oh my

02:16

goodness we're all cleaning this up

02:18

later with so much on the line I wanted

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to know who Michelle's most feared

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competitor was my biggest competition is

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David or Ben because Ben and David have

02:28

both won before she has haven't seen my

02:30

piece yet the contestants then got

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straight to work on their pieces and

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Legos seem to be getting everywhere I

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keep getting Lego bricks stuck in my

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shoe I'm going to make a Nintendo switch

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with a Princess Peach castle I think I

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can use the gray and the dark gray I

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hate building with Legos but I think I

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have a chance of winning this one before

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the first mini challenge I decided to

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let everyone place a bet everyone just

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for fun I'm going to let you place a bet

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on someone that you think will win Jake

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who do you think will win Ben Ben who do

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you think will win David Ben David W

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David who do you think will win B if the

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person you bet on wins you get $100

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which brings me to our first mini

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challenge everyone come with me outside

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I just started all right everyone for

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this first mini challenge we're playing

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a game of hideand-seek but to switch

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things up I had an idea you guys aren't

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hiding I'm hiding and the first person

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to find me wins these three cards in my

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hands everyone face this way and close

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your eyes and David will come grab you

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when I'm ready put your cameras down so

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you can't look to see where Zach's

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running while looking for a hiding place

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it seemed like the artist only had one

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thing on their mind and it wasn't

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finding me I so bad I need to go to the

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restroom I also need to pee first thing

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I'm going to do is drink them by uning

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my

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car quiet we always forget to go to the

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bathroom because we're always working so

03:52

hard and diligently know we're so

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diligent I'm going to need your help on

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this so I'm going to hide in here and I

04:00

need you to stack it back

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up cover it up yeah I was super proud of

04:10

this hiding spot and thought there was

04:11

absolutely no way the artist would find

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me we are ready to get started all right

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all right let's go find Z time to find

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Zach time to find Z why is everyone

04:21

running but it turns out one of the

04:23

secrets was a bit more clever than I

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anticipated okay not in there I also

04:28

feel like Zach could change hiding spots

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think he's upstairs he wouldn't be in

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here would he what the you already found

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me go wait I found him help what already

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the cie that was so fast I was like I

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would have hidden there Z you suck J

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McKenzie I can't even be mad at that

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that's really good and what Mackenzie

04:49

was about to find out is that these

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advantages are huge I can't believe she

04:53

found me so fast that was such a good

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hiding spot I'm not going to lie I'm not

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too happy you found me that fast I was

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hoping it would go for at least a couple

05:00

minutes but these three are

05:02

yours what is it anyone's help for 30

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minutes be you bet on me take away one

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more color from one person and an

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immunity

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car since taking away another color is a

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big punishment McKenzie had to be very

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strategic about this gosh this is really

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hard I don't know you know that bean is

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better than me at this the fun boot only

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one cuz you told me how to do it think

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about that I don't know okay just give

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me a

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second life's tough for McKenzie

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however despite her huge Advantage

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McKenzie decided to be a little bit more

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merciful I already have a bed on Bean if

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I Target you then I widen my chances of

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getting money there's a lot of thinking

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David I'm taking away GRE period on top

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of black you also can't use any shade of

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green that's fine I can handle it that

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was probably the longest decision that

05:51

has ever been made in a craft video I

05:53

really wanted to use green thank you Ken

05:55

thank you Ken for not punishing me too

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bad with that out of the way everyone

05:58

continued to make progress on their Lego

06:00

art pieces this is my piece so far it's

06:03

already better than my last piece I'm

06:05

coming for the DB but while working so

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fast they still have to make sure they

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weren't using their band colors I forgot

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that I decided to take yellow away from

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my piece I started using yellow to fill

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in my piece and now I have to take it

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off it might take a while for this next

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mini challenge the winning artist will

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receive an advantage and the loser will

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receive a disadvantage everyone we're

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around 2 hours into this challenge I

06:27

have done nothing no Michelle you have

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that whatever that is for this challenge

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we're going to see who finishes first

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but also you don't want to finish last

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what I got five identical Lego sets and

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the first person to finish the entire

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thing wins and the last person loses

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wait when I'm done can I keep mine

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sure okay go

06:49

okay Ben and Jake are in the lead really

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really oh my goodness Benzie are neck

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and neck no no no no no David and Jake

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are very very close behind this is so

06:59

much pressure man you're like 10 steps

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ahead of David wait why isn't Lego

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sponsoring this video we do so many Lego

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videos on crafts tell Lego bricks to

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sponsor us okay I'm done all right Ben

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you're the winner okay I'll tell you

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what you want later come on guys Ben

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already finished make sure it's standing

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up like the picture I'm missing a beast

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I don't think that's my problem you got

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second period oh my God wait I'm an

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idiot I already put it on again now

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Michelle's ahead of you now Jake's

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catching up to you no what is going on

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why won't it go on this stupid thing

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okay you're done Mackenzie so dumb

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Mackenzie you're third I'm missing

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something what are you missing Li isn't

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it right there oh it's right in front of

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you m show you're almost done come on

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come on but just as the mini challenge

07:43

was winding down I noticed something

07:45

wrong with McKenzie's piece wait

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Mackenzie you got something wrong get

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back and fix it get back and fix it you

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got something wrong how what are you

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talking about I'm not going to tell you

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what but you got something wrong oh wait

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what wait what what got to figure it out

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what are are you talking about what did

08:00

I get wrong you're done Michelle thank

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you wait what is wrong oh is it okay now

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are you done the Kenzie no do you want

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to just stop building yeah the legs are

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different legs I'm not good at Legos

08:15

that was so stressful I have no idea how

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David and been buil so fast the

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punishment to this challenge could be

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very brutal so let's see what happens I

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hate to do this Jake but I need you to

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take a seat reach behind you and pull

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out two bricks

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did you get two yeah whatever those two

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colors are you cannot use for the rest

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of the video

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two gray gray are you nervous Jak yes

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I'm nervous

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purple for the rest of the challenge you

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cannot use gray and you cannot use

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purple McKenzie what you're second to

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last W I thought close your eyes and

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choose one brick wao I thought it was

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only it was M it mattered if you were

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last close your eyes and choose one

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please be red gray okay you can't use

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like gray anymore after dishing out the

08:59

punishments it was time to let Ben know

09:01

what his Advantage was at any point

09:04

before the final hour of the competition

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you can grab two of the unicorns and

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throw it at someone's piece anytime it

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can't be in the final 60 minutes I'm

09:12

just going to Chuck it okay with his

09:13

advantage in mind Ben let the other

09:15

contestants continue to work on their

09:17

pieces while I checked in on everyone a

09:19

little later all right Jake how are we

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doing here this has already been better

09:22

than my last video like wa Ben that

09:25

looks cool so far thank you okay

09:27

McKenzie that is a h huge building if

09:30

that's an island Michelle let me see it

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so far I made it too big I'm not going

09:34

to fin so far you have a belly it's

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going to take forever to build Mich you

09:39

know for Legos you don't need to fill in

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everything in here right really you can

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essentially make pillars like this and

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just connect it like this and everything

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inside can be empty after getting a

09:49

progress update I began to prepare for

09:51

the next challenge for this mini

09:53

challenge I'm currently hiding a ton of

09:55

Lego bricks around the house like over

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here I'm going to see who can find the

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most I've hidden these Lego bcks all

10:05

around the house it's going to be a huge

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Advantage for whoever gets the most and

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I guess a disadvantage for whoever gets

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the least let's go see who finds it all

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right everyone take a cup and pass it

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down but as I passed out the cups I

10:17

noticed some of the artists forgot about

10:19

the colors they couldn't use wait Ben

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what color could you not use

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white Jake take that out you're not

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allowed to use that you have a dark gray

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over there and as you remember that

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eliminated so you have to take it out I

10:31

have two things to announce first thing

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is we actually have a losing punishment

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for this video you guys are going to

10:35

have to walk on leggings it's kind of

10:37

like a Craft's Tradition now they hurt

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and for this mini challenge I hid a ton

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of Lego bricks you're trying to get as

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many as you can are you guys ready go

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make sure

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recording why did everyone just While

10:50

most of the contestants went upstairs

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McKenzie ran downstairs

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first

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no one did not flush I'm just cleaning

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up don't mind me oh my goodness you

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found such a huge stash yes move out of

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the way my there's so many no yes where

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did I put them I saw a couple more up

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here this could be the difference I

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found don't fight Michelle hey hey don't

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fite Michelle and Jake split it Michelle

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and Jake split it David how many bricks

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did you find 29 I got 27 45 then 20 30

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first things first each Lego brick is

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worth 30 seconds David how many did you

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find 29 you get 14 and 1/2 extra minutes

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Michelle you get 13 and 1/2 extra

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minutes Mackenzie you get 22 and 1/2

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extra minutes Ben you get 10 extra

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minutes Jake you get 15 extra minutes

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and Kenzie do you want to uh come to the

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side I I'll tell you what you're winning

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remember how earlier you guys had to

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choose a random bricks for colors to

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eliminate choose two people for them to

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choose from the cup Ben and David right

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Ken before you make your decision I

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think she already made a decision I have

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two advantages still what are they it's

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just going to happen at any point in the

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challenge don't you can grab two of the

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unicorns and throw it in this

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piece okay fine then I won't pick Bean

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David I have to pick you cuz cuz that's

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looking really good and munchie oh I

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don't know if you're going to finish but

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if you do that's going to be really good

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so I'm going to say bu what's happening

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what's happening David Michelle close

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your eyes

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David reach behind your back take out

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one Lego brick Jupiter please David you

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cannot use that color for the rest of

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the

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challenge okay and that's just gray all

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right Michelle choose one Lego

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brick yes all right Michelle you cannot

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use blue for the rest of the challenge

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this color roulette is so brutal but I'm

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loving it I'm so lucky that I did not

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pick gray or white cuz that's all of

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tooro I knew there weren't any 4x2 two

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whites and Grays so I made sure to pick

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a block that had a floor by two and just

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so happened to be blue as everyone

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continued to work I began to build a

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mini structure for the next challenge so

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I just built a really random Lego

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structure they're going to have to

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replicate it with no instructions we're

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going to see who the first person to

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finish is and who the last

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is hey

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everyone behind me is a random Lego

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structure and you guys are going to have

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to replicate it perfectly you cannot

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touch this structure all right you guys

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may start don't get

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last all right this time I made a much

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more simple structure than last time

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yeah all

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right order matters for this don't get

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last oh my God David and Ben are so

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close am I done nope what okay I did it

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and Ben is done uh Mackenzie you you got

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it is that it nope I recommend you take

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it off and put it on Michelle come on

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yep Jake you got it it won't go in there

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we go yep David you got it Melle you're

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last like I said you don't want to get

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last however you're not screwed just yet

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cuz I'm actually giving all of you guys

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a choice over here I have five

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punishments and the order you choose

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them is the order in which you want all

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right the punishments are replicate a

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piece five times that one get dunked in

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the pool 100 push-ups and choose two

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colors from cup to remove and then the

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last one is just blank so there's no

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punishment I'll choose the blank one you

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get no punishment all McKenzie you get

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second pick if you choose 100 push-ups

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you can get my help for 30 minutes I

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will pick um 100 push-ups then and then

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I will use my 30 minutes and being can

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start on those push-ups that's a good

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deal Jake you get third pick I'll just

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do dunk in the pool because that'll be

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the least amount of time well I have to

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pick the replicat a piece but I hate

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doing that oh no I'm sorry Michelle all

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right Michelle and unfortunately for you

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you need to choose two colors from a

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cup my God I'm literally going to cry if

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I get white a gray and since I realized

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Michelle had a strategy to avoid certain

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colors in the cup I made sure to only