BOTH: [SINGING] Don’t wake Furby! BETH HOYT: Hi, guys.
Welcome to My DamnChannel LIVE. I’m joined by this familiarface, Daily Grace. BETH HOYT: We’ll both be herethe whole 60 minutes, taking your questions all show.
Nate is playing commentDJ all show.
BETH HOYT: You lookvery techie. NATE: Yeah, I feel reallyteched out right. BETH HOYT: And you havea very scary thing right. NATE: Shh! BETH HOYT: OK, we’re– what? NATE: It’s sleeping. We’re talking aboutholiday movies. And Miss Mamrie Hart of "YouDeserve a Drink" is.
Here to make us a little somethingto sip on. Grace, how does it feel tobe back in New York? How’re you feeling? DAILY GRACE: Hungover. Let’s take some internetcomments. DAILY GRACE: Nate, [SINGING] hit us with the good stuff.
Valley Nine just said,"What, this is pre-recorded?" Eh, prove her wrong. Miss Valley Nine is her name? NATE: Yes. BETH HOYT: Um, can you dothis if it’s not live? You can. But would you? DAILY GRACE: It justgot festive. BETH HOYT: Would you do that? I’m so dizzy. And I’m nearing– DAILY GRACE:. NATE: Yeah, I got a more legitone from Juicy Chica 26. "How do you survivefinals week?" BETH HOYT: How do yousurvive finals.
Well, if your nameis Juicy Chica 96, I feel like you’re doing a good jobsurviving life already. And you might notneed our advice. But how did you survivefinals week?.
Have,like, a thing I’m celebrating– I’m planning to celebrate foras soon as it’s done. So just think about thatthe whole time. Have that bottle of liquor,like, right there. Unless you’re under thelegal drinking age. Then just have, like– BETH HOYT: A good cheese. DAILY GRACE: All 16-year-oldslove fine cheeses. It’s a treat for theend of your finals. DAILY GRACE: Yeah,give yourself, like, little rewards. Like, treat yourselflike a dog. Like, give yourselflittle rewards. If you study for an hour, letyourself, I don’t know, go on the computer for an hour.
Anotherhour, then let yourself enjoy your delicious cheesefor a little while. BETH HOYT: Yeah, take a nibbleoff that chunk of– uh, I don’t even knowa fancy cheese. DAILY GRACE: A gouda? BETH HOYT: I’m from Wisconsin,which. [BELL DINGS] BETH HOYT: Cheddar ina very fancy shape. DAILY GRACE: Yay! NATE: Ah, Stephen [INAUDIBLE].
Asks, "What is your favoritealcoholic beverage?". It’s like, does the Octomomhave a favorite child? None of them. Because she only caresabout herself. What’s your favorite drink? BETH HOYT: Well, it dependsif it’s favorite like– I think vodka probablyis the most go-to. DAILY GRACE: I go for vodkasodas all the time. Because they have a verylow sugar content. So you don’t get as hungoverthe next day. It’s about the hangoverfor me with that, too.
Feel hungover,but it could be worse. BETH HOYT: It could– italways could be worse. BETH HOYT: Tequilamakes me dance. Tequila makes me forgetthe night. Blogger 27 says,"Where will you be on.
New Year’s?" DAILY GRACE: Ooo! Where will you be? BETH HOYT: I’m goingto be. My friend’s having a reallybig birthday party. So it’s like a big reunion forall my friends from home. And all my friends arecoming from LA. And it’s, like, we’re all justgoing to take.
Over, like, a little bar in our littletown in Wisconsin. DAILY GRACE: Thatsounds so fun. BETH HOYT: What about you? DAILY GRACE: I don’tknow for sure yet. There is a small chance that Imight be partying with Tyler Oakley in San. DAILY GRACE: But there’sa small chance. BETH HOYT: That you’ll be in SanFrancisco, or that you’ll be at that party ifyou’re.
A reallybig night for YouTube– for live YouTube. Did you guys watch the What’sTrending tubeathon? Grave was on it. Can you tell us whatyou were doing? It looked super fun. DAILY GRACE: Uh, Hannah Hartfrom My Drunk Kitchen and myself made a vegan– we tried to make it vegan,but then it didn’t end up being vegan– eggnog. And then we answeredsome questions.
Money was raisedfor the Covenant House. I turned it on whenyou were posing.
It was all for thekids in that house. BETH HOYT: Yeah, and I got tonot only introduce our pals the.
Gregory Brothers and Key ofAwesome, but I also did a little something with ShannonCoffey of Coffey Chat. DAILY GRACE: Oh, let’ssee the video of Beth and Shannon, guys! BETH HOYT: Hi, Shira andeveryone at What’s Trending. I’m Beth Hoyt from My DamnChannel LIVE and. SHANNON COFFEY: And I’m Shannon Coffey from Coffey Chat. Happy Holidays! BETH HOYT: Merry Christmas! SHANNON COFFEY: Happy Kwanzaa! BETH HOYT: Are you excited forthe holidays, Shannon? SHANNON COFFEY: Well,not really. I mean, it’s hard for me to getinto the holidays, because I come from a broken home. SHANNON COFFEY: Whenever I thinkabout Christmas, I have this, like, one really strongmemory and it involves my mom cheating on my dad. BETH HOYT: On Christmas? SHANNON.
COFFEY: Yeah,on Christmas Eve. I saw Mommy kissingSanta Claus. SHANNON COFFEY: It wasunderneath the mistletoe that night. She didn’t see me creep downthe stairs to have a peek.
So she didn’t know? SHANNON COFFEY: She thought Iwas upstairs, tucked in my bedroom fast asleep. SHANNON COFFEY: And then I sawmy.
Mom tickling Santa Claus under his white, snowy beard. BETH HOYT: Did your dad see? SHANNON COFFEY: What a laughit would’ve been if Daddy had seen. BETH HOYT: Why a laugh? SHANNON COFFEY: Thenmaybe they would’ve divorced a lot sooner. SHANNON COFFEY: Um,hey, but are you looking forward.
To Christmas? BETH HOYT: Yeah. I mean, it’s going to be achallenging year for my family after last. SHANNON COFFEY: What happened? BETH HOYT: Uh, my grandma gotrun over by a reindeer. BETH HOYT: Walking home fromour house on Christmas Eve. SHANNON COFFEY: She walked? BETH HOYT: It’s goodfor her digestion. Now, you can say there’s nosuch thing as Santa– SHANNON COFFEY: I wouldnever see that. BETH HOYT: –but as for me andmy. Now, she’d been drinkingtoo much eggnog. SHANNON COFFEY: I mean,how did you know it was a reindeer?.
BETH HOYT: When we found herChristmas morning, just– just– just gone. At the scene of the attack, um,she had hoof marks, like, all over her forehead. SHANNON COFFEY: Thatis horrible. BETH HOYT: And there was like–there was claws. They should never give a licenseto a man who drives a sleigh and plays with elves. Santa is a monster! BETH HOYT: So, yeah. My– my grandma got run overby a reindeer. Hopefully, this yearwill be better. Shannon, what are youhoping to get for Christmas this year? SHANNON COFFEY: All I wantfor Christmas is you. I’m just–I’m seeingthe drummer boy. SHANNON COFFEY: Parum pum pum pum. SHANNON COFFEY: Parum pum pum pum. SHANNON COFFEY: Parum pum pum pum. SHANNON COFFEY: Parum pum pum pum. SHANNON COFFEY: Parum pum pum pum. BOTH: Happy Holidays! DAILY GRACE: Wow. BETH HOYT: Yeah, I couldreally use a drink now after that.
GRACE: Well, whata great thing that Mamrie Hart is here! MAMRIE HART: Hey! Hey! BETH HOYT:. MAMRIE HART: Somebodywants a drink? DAILY GRACE: Yeah! MAMRIE HART: I. DAILY GRACE: You broughtpresents! BETH HOYT: Oh my god. DAILY GRACE: This is a lotof ingredients here. Is this for one big cocktail? MAMRIE HART: Mmhmm. DAILY GRACE: Well, is thisa drink or a shot? MAMRIE HART: This isgonna be a shot. MAMRIE HART: All right,are you guys ready? DAILY GRACE: Yeah. MAMRIE HART: So sinceit’s Christmas– BETH HOYT: Yeah. MAMRIE HART: And so we’llbe on the good list. The nice list? What’s it called? I’ve never been on it.
DAILY GRACE: It’s thenice list, yeah. MAMRIE HART: The nice list? I thought we would make cookiesand milk for Santa. MAMRIE HART: But it’s justgoing to be a shot. DAILY GRACE: ‘Cause Santahas a drinking problem! MAMRIE HART: He really does. And he can lose alittle weight. MAMRIE HART: Why don’t you poursome rum in here, Grace? DAILY GRACE: Oh, no.
Much? MAMRIE HART: You know. BETH HOYT: This is a verycalculated cocktail. And then we’re going to addsome butterscotch schnapps that you’ll have left over fromflaming butter beers. Woo! What? BETH HOYT: I wonder when thelast time this was.
Opened was? Oh, there we go. MAMRIE HART: It’srock candy now. BETH HOYT: It’s, like,crusted together. DAILY GRACE: Sometimes I drinkit from the bottle. BETH HOYT: Tastes like,yep, butterscotch. MAMRIE HART: Then I havecinnamon schnapps, also. DAILY GRACE: Wow! BETH HOYT: We used to drink thatdrink that at football games and tailgating, likeat. That was our breakfastbefore– MAMRIE HART: Yeah, it smellslike aftershave. And it keeps you warmif you drink that when you’re outside– DAILY GRACE: Oh, it’s. BETH HOYT: Wow, itlooks like– MAMRIE HART: It’s all natural. [INTERPOSING VOICES] BETH HOYT: And it makesyou go, hot damn! That’s natural. MAMRIE HART: And thenwe’re going to add some off-brand Bailey’s. DAILY GRACE: Yay! MAMRIE HART: Add some more.
BETH HOYT: Oh, yeah? MAMRIE HART: Yeah, for sure. So this should taste likean oatmeal cookie. DAILY GRACE: This is the brandthat bartenders trust. Bartenders don’ttrust anything. BETH HOYT: Yeah, they wouldnot trust [INAUDIBLE].
BETH HOYT: Because they–from experience. MAMRIE HART: All right,ready guys? DAILY GRACE: Yes. MAMRIE HART: So this’ll be– it’ll taste like an oatmealcookie, so you could have it breakfast. All right, ready? DAILY GRACE: Shake it up. MAMRIE HART: Oh, thatlooks appropriate. Just caught myself on themonitor, and that was not. All right, so we’re goingto do the shot. And then you’ll chaseit with a little– DAILY GRACE: Oh my god. MAMRIE HART: –witha little milk. DAILY GRACE: Yay! NATE: Yay! DAILY GRACE: Boy,you earned it. MAMRIE HART: You deserveit, Nate.
BETH HOYT: Here’s yourliquid cookie. DAILY GRACE: [SINGING] I’m so excited. MAMRIE HART: And Grace,I brought soy milk for your butt. DAILY GRACE: Thank you! My butt needs it. BETH HOYT: Just, like, to putright on Grace’s butt? Is it, like, a– DAILY GRACE: Yep.
It’s just– it’s just a home remedy. BETH HOYT: Is this somethingthat Grace [INAUDIBLE] about that we like. DAILY GRACE: I like naturalhome remedies. So what we do this? MAMRIE HART: So– DAILY GRACE: We chase it. MAMRIE HART: –take the shot,and then chase it. MAMRIE HART: So we’ll do, like,a little, like, round. And then we’ll– DAILY GRACE: Nate, do you wantto come out and take this shot with us, or do have to stay? NATE: I’m good over here. BETH HOYT: I’ll bringyou the milk. NATE: I’ll do it in– in spirit. MAMRIE HART: All right,ready girls? BETH HOYT: Mmhmm. Cheers! BETH HOYT: Cheers to Santa. MAMRIE HART: Merry Christmas! BETH HOYT: Mmm. DAILY GRACE: Thatis so delicious. MAMRIE HART: That tastesexactly like a cookie. BETH HOYT: It was reallyincredible. DAILY GRACE: [SINGING] One more for good measure. BETH HOYT: Wow, that’sdelicious. MAMRIE HART: Hey,new best friend. You got some questions for us? NATE: Yeah!. What what, what, what? BETH HOYT: Nate didn’t eventake his shot yet. I drank it and I just pouredmyself some soy milk. MAMRIE HART: Is he oneof those nerds who pretends to drink? BETH HOYT: No, that’sdefinitely not– MAMRIE HART: Justkidding kids. NATE: Uh, Casually Babblingasks, "What do you want for Christmas?" DAILY GRACE: Hmm. MAMRIE HART: To watchthat video again. We watched the greatest videobefore the. BETH HOYT: We’re goingto play a game. And we’ll what the– well, it’s. MAMRIE HART: I want to watchyour video that we just watched. BETH HOYT: I kind of thoughtfor a minute that you were maybe laughing at it. ‘Causewas– it was– it was an overwhelming amountof laughter. BETH HOYT: Yeah, I thoughtthat she needed an inhaler for a minute. DAILY GRACE: She was in thecorner laughing by herself.
MAMRIE HART: I was, like,climbing those dioramas. And DAILY GRACE: I was like, oh,this is the moment that Mamrie snaps and never comes back. MAMRIE HART: That’s afun holiday game. Crystal Pino wanted to know,"What is your favorite slash funniest holiday memory?" BETH HOYT: Oh my gosh. DAILY GRACE: I’m going totake this shot first.
This is creatinga memory right now. Ahh! MAMRIE HART: Christmas– BETH HOYT: I know– MAMRIE HART: –memories. I went to church onChristmas day.
Infor communion, I was so hung.
Over– MAMRIE HART: You faintedlike a whore in church. BETH HOYT: Right? Well, that’s funny that– anyway. My soon-to-be boyfriend’sparents were, like, right there. And I went up and I waswearing a really, really thick sweater.
I had this thick-ass sweater. It was Christmas mass,too, so it’s so long. BETH HOYT: And I was,like, really, like, red-faced and so hot. And right when I got up there,that’s. All I know is that someonecarried me to the back.
In front of, like, the whole– yeah. MAMRIE HART: Were you gettingcommunion wine? BETH HOYT: That wasa good one. MAMRIE HART: [INAUDIBLE]communion wine? DAILY GRACE: I have a similarstory to that. Because we used to– when my family was sort ofreligious, we’d only go to church, like, on Christmas. And Christmas mass is, like, thelongest mass of all time. And so my dad always tried tobe good by taking us there.
So, like, he, my brother,Tim, and I went. And I hated going toChristmas mass.
Stand in the backof the church, because it was so full. And Tim was standing next tome– like, five minutes into the mass, just walked out to thefront of the church, pukes in the bushes in the frontof the church.
Andhe’s like, we need to go. And I was like, yes, Tim! Yes! And we’ve never been backto mass on Christmas. MAMRIE HART: Using thatexcuse forever. DAILY GRACE: He just did itbecause it was so hot.
GRACE: And I don’tthink he ate dinner. I know, he reallyhelped me out. DAILY GRACE: It was aChristmas miracle. DAILY GRACE: So if you guyswant to get out of church, just faint or puke somehow. DAILY GRACE: We’re here togive you life advice. BETH HOYT: Really great lessonshere for a good time with your family. MAMRIE HART: Lookat this table.
Ofwomen who know what they’re talking about? BETH HOYT: This mademe feel so good. It really was– DAILY GRACE: I’m back. BETH HOYT: –so much morerefreshing than eating a– MAMRIE HART: [INAUDIBLE]. [BELL DINGS] NATE: [INAUDIBLE] Elliot asks, "Everyone give usyour best Grace face." Ready? Go! [BELL DINGS] NATE: OK. [BELL DINGS] NATE: I have another one, too. [INAUDIBLE] Sheep asks, "Mamrie.
What isyour favorite drink you made slash filmed for YouDeserve a Drink." MAMRIE HART: Ooo,tastiest one.
DAILY GRACE: I know whichone wasn’t the tastiest. The One Direction? DAILY GRACE: No, thatone was fine. The one that we made that– MAMRIE HART: That one–literally, three hairs sprung on my chest. DAILY GRACE: It was, like, everyliquor imaginable in one shot glass. MAMRIE HART: I did fivedifferent types of liquor. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, it was likea mini Long Island– BETH HOYT: Like a LongIsland ice tea? DAILY GRACE: Yeah. But the one where it was, like,supposed to help you remember for. Grace and I did a drink thathad fresh juice in it. DAILY GRACE: Like, spinachand carrot juice in it. MAMRIE HART: And then I wouldchase it with an almond. MAMRIE HART: But deliciousone– there’s the Ashton Kutcher Fuggedaboutit that hadfigs and fresh thyme in it. DAILY GRACE: Also, the veganBailey Grace that you made was, like, the most deliciousthing I’ve ever had. MAMRIE HART: I wonderif we’re friends. BETH HOYT: That was a reallyfunny video, too. MAMRIE HART: This is just usstanding beside each other.
BETH HOYT: [INAUDIBLE]something ditsy happening over here. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, they’reall really great. BETH HOYT: It was reallyfunny to watch too. I, like, laughed out loudin my bedroom when I was watching it. DAILY GRACE: They’rereally great. When Tim came up to visit hestayed in my apartment.
Day,and he had bought so much booze.
Just so that he couldmake all of her drinks in my apartment by himself.
MAMRIE HART: You guysmake the drinks? Does anyone make the drinks? I hope so. DAILY GRACE: I get totaste them and– BETH HOYT: We’re tellyou that– we’re not faking that this was– DAILY GRACE: Delicious. BETH HOYT: –insanelydelicious. MAMRIE HART: There’s alsoBig Boi’s Hey Yacht. That was kumquats and rosemarysimple syrup and gin. DAILY GRACE: Whateveryou made the, like, spicy gin something. DAILY GRACE: Anything that’sinfused is delicious. MAMRIE HART: Anything but theOne Direction drink is great. Thank you for thisdrink, Mamrie. BETH HOYT: But that’s not allyou’re here to serve. You started a new seriesfor My Damn Channel. DAILY GRACE: Oh, yeah! MAMRIE HART: So I have a seriesthat just.
Started last week called Sing-A-Gram. I mean, these pipes,they do work. DAILY GRACE: Surprise! Mamrie can sing! MAMRIE HART: Yay! So, yeah. So I’m a singing telegram whofinds herself, dare I say.
It, in some kooky situations. DAILY GRACE: Well, let’sget into that kook. Here’s episode oneof Sing-A-Gram. MAMRIE HART: That soundedinappropriate. [KNOCKING] ANDY: Yes, yes, coming.
HART: Specialdelivery from Sing-A-Gram, singing telegrams. Do you know a Samantha Clark? ANDY: Uh, yes SamanthaClark is my. MAMRIE HART: Thenyou’re my guy. [SINGING] Dear– ANDY: Why don’t wedo this inside? ANDY: I’m–I’m sorry–I’msorry, what? I’m sorry. But this– this has tobe some kind of joke. MAMRIE HART: I actually just gothired last week, so I just need to finish thesong, and then– [PHONE DIALING] [PHONE RINGING] ANDY: Alfonzo is the– is thecoffee cart guy at her work. ANDY: Alfonzo withthe great jokes. He makes a great Braziliandecaf. What? ANDY: Ah! MAMRIE HART: Andy! Andy! Andy, no, no, no, don’t cry. You are going to meet the mostamazingly average woman to rebound with, OK? Maybe she has a silly singingjob, but she’s got a good heart and looks greatin a V neck. OK, I’m just going to speedthrough it, OK? Just the highlights. Oh, who cares, right? ANDY: Oh my god. ANDY: I can’t help that! MAMRIE HART: OK, I don’t thinkyou’re going to call my boss, so why don’t we just say thatI sang the.
Rest of it, OK? Yeah? That looks like a yes to me. [SINGING] Thank you for choosingSing-A-Gram. You know what? Actually, you know whatI think would make you feel better? I think you should go in thereand get real dirty with a Sing-A-Gram girl. Wanna do it? Got like 20 minutes. ANDY: Get out! MAMRIE HART: OK.
Out! MAMRIE HART: All right, bye. Boners don’t get hardwhen they’re sad! BETH HOYT: Hi, guys. Grace and I here with MamrieHart, and Nate over in the corner, where we liketo stick him. And we’re taking all yourquestions all show. But also, we found this greatholiday movie trivia game. Have you guys seena lot of them? DAILY GRACE:. BETH HOYT: Are you into it? MAMRIE HART: Uh, yeah. BETH HOYT: OK, so Grace isgoing to. But– MAMRIE HART: Namea movie starring Jenny McCarthy as Santa.
Did you know that theLifetime TV channel just plays Christmas movies all ofDecember, all the time. MAMRIE HART: Oh, like I don’thave. BETH HOYT: What wasI thinking? OK, anyway, we’re goingto play this holiday movie trivia game. And we’re turning it into adrinking game, of course. BETH HOYT: Yay! DAILY GRACE: Yay! MAMRIE HART: Everybody wins. DAILY GRACE: Moviesand trivia! BETH HOYT: No, oneperson wins. DAILY GRACE: So Beth andI have the questions. And when you get it wrong, youtake.
A sippy sippy sip sip of the champagne. BETH HOYT: All right,how does that work? So you, like, put it your– MAMRIE HART: Mmhmm.
DAILY GRACE: Yeah, nailing it. BETH HOYT: All right, numberone– what is the name of Rudolph’s dad– Vixen, Dixon, Dasher,or Donner? DAILY GRACE: Oh, shoot. BETH HOYT: I don’t thinkthis is something that’s commonly. MAMRIE HART: Way to make methink. Like, I didn’t eventhink about that. DAILY GRACE: I thinkabout it every day. BETH HOYT: It’s definitely notDixon, ’cause Dixon isn’t even a fucking– DAILY GRACE: I was thinking– BETH HOYT: Excuse me. DAILY GRACE: — thatit was Dixon. BETH HOYT: Keep itfriendly time. MAMRIE HART: We need to putsome Dixon your mouth.
BETH HOYT: OK, how can that,what I said, be worse than.
What she just said? MAMRIE HART: Isn’t oneof them Donner? DAILY GRACE: Yeah. MAMRIE HART: Don soundslike a dad name. DAILY GRACE: Well, Donnerand Dasher, aren’t they other reindeer? BETH HOYT: Yeah, they are. But which one’s Rudolph’s dad? I would say– DAILY GRACE: So he workedwith his dad? BETH HOYT: So you’resaying Donner. MAMRIE HART: It wasa family business.
HOYT: All right,we have a lot of questions to go. So I’m going to say– I’m gonna say Donner,too, actually. DAILY GRACE: I’m gonnasay Dixon. BETH HOYT: Nate, what’sthe answer? NATE: It is Donner.
Take this one? DAILY GRACE:. MAMRIE HART: It’s just,like, false. Who wrote the "NightmareBefore Christmas"– Alfred Hitchcock, MartinScorsese, Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton? BETH HOYT: Tim Burton! MAMRIE HART: Tim Burton! DAILY GRACE: I’m goingSpielberg. Nate? NATE: Are you trying to lose? DAILY GRACE:.
Nate, I am trying,to the best of my ability, to succeedat something. BETH HOYT: Oh! MAMRIE HART: Oh!. DAILY GRACE: I’m sobad at this game. MAMRIE HART: The rabbitin the magic– I can’t read this.
In themagic hat in "Frosty the Snowman" is named– Scutt Farkus, Lil Grinch, HocusPocus, or Rabbit Claus? BETH HOYT: Hocus. DAILY GRACE: Three of thosefour are male porn actors. MAMRIE HART: Uh, you guysneed to know what Scutt Farkus can do. BETH HOYT: Let me see howthat’s spelled there. MAMRIE HART: Scutt Farkus,Lil Grinch, Hocus Pocus, or Rabbit Claus. It’s not Hocus Pocus because, ifthere’s Hocus Pocus, there better be Kathy Najimy. I didn’t even know that therewas a rabbit in a magic hat in "Frosty the Snowman. What a weird placefor a rabbit. DAILY GRACE: I’ll gowith Little Grinch. BETH HOYT: And Nate? NATE: Clarence. BETH HOYT: I think youread the wrong one. What number is this? BETH HOYT:. BETH HOYT: Yeah! NATE: I just gave the answerto the last one. BETH HOYT: Were you not payingattention at.
All? That wasn’t even oneof the options.
MAMRIE HART: Clarence? NATE: I think I’m goingto drink for that one. DAILY GRACE: And you didsuch a dramatic– NATE: Sorry. MAMRIE HART: A tiny rabbitnamed like an elderly black man. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, it wassuch a dramatic pause before you read it. I was trying to think about it,and I read the wrong line. I think I might’ve spoiledthe next question. BETH HOYT: So there’s onewith Clarence, at least. DAILY GRACE: Well, the onewith Clarence we’ll skip.
Don’t give– DAILY GRACE: Numberfour is Clarence. NATE: Yeah, don’t doholiday quizzes– don’t give the host of theholiday quiz thing drinks. MAMRIE HART: All right,number five. DAILY GRACE: It’s a learningexperience, Nate. BETH HOYT: What did– number five– what did.
Ralphiewant for Christmas in. BETH HOYT: A remote controlledcar, a BB gun, a bow and arrow, a PlayStation? DAILY GRACE: A BB. DAILY GRACE: Hey, watchedthat movie. MAMRIE HART: Thatmovie scared me. BETH HOYT: Really? MAMRIE HART: Yeah. MAMRIE HART: ‘Cause ofthat creepy Santa. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, the Santathat pushes him with his foot.
We’re alljust– like, we all got it right, so we’re just drinking. DAILY GRACE: Also,yeah, the fights.
HOYT: Nate, it’sBB gun, right? NATE: Yeah. MAMRIE HART: ‘Cause you know TBSbe showing that all day.
Showit for 24 hours straight the day of Christmas. What is the Scrooge’sfirst name? "The" Scrooge’s first name? MAMRIE HART: "The Scrooge," Ibelieve, starring Scutt. DAILY GRACE: You justgot scrooged. MAMRIE HART: I’m gonnascrooge all over you. DAILY GRACE: Maxwell, Ebenezer,Bruce, or Martin? MAMRIE HART: Ebenezer. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, butwouldn’t it be great if it was Bruce? BETH HOYT: Yeah. BETH HOYT: I mean, like– NATE: It’s. BETH HOYT: Yay! DAILY GRACE: Yay! MAMRIE HART: Yay! BETH HOYT: Grace,read this one.
Youwant me to do it? DAILY GRACE: Mmhmm. BETH HOYT: Or do you want tolook through these and see which one the best one is? MAMRIE HART: Numberseven, Nate. BETH HOYT: Here, we’redoing only one more. Why don’t you pickthe best one? MAMRIE HART: OK. MAMRIE HART: Why was theGrinch so nasty? Was it because he had a brokenleg, a small brain, a small heart, or a crooked knee? MAMRIE HART: How depressing. BETH HOYT: That wouldbe a big bummer. DAILY GRACE: His Scuttwas Farkus.
That begreat if it was all– if he.
Everyone’s Christmasbecause he had a crooked knee? MAMRIE HART: He’d be like, youguys don’t know how hard stairs are. DAILY GRACE: He’s got to get oneof those, what are they, jazzy. MAMRIE HART: Pants shoppingis a nightmare. If the Grinch wore jorts, Iwould watch that every day. DAILY GRACE: I smell a hipsterGrinch coming out soon. MAMRIE HART: He hadsmall heart. BETH HOYT: He had tiny,tiny heart. BETH HOYT: Yay! MAMRIE HART: Yay! DAILY GRACE: Woo! MAMRIE HART: You.
Know what theysay about small hearts. BETH HOYT: None of usare going anywhere. We wouldn’t even if we could,’cause we don’t want to. So we’ll be right back to talkwith you guys, get some questions in.
HOKE COLBURN: Whereto, Miss.
Daisy? DAVE: Hey, we’reDave and Ethan. ETHAN: And you’re watchingMy Damn Channel LIVE. DAVE: Bam! DAILY GRACE: Hi, guys. Beth and Mamrie andI are offering ourselves up to your questions. What you got, internet? [BELL DINGS] NATE: Cad Bear 99 says, "What’sthe worst Christmas present you’ve ever gotten?" DAILY GRACE: The worstChristmas– someone asked me this question recently. MAMRIE HART: This isn’t apresent, but one time on Christmas Eve, when I was likeeight, is when my mom decided was a great time for me.
To watch"Roots" and learn. MAMRIE HART: And then, like, allChristmas I was just like, Kunta Kinte, man. BETH HOYT: Like, thisdoesn’t matter.
It’slike, now open all these presents. MAMRIE HART: Yeah, Idon’t know about– NATE: Isn’t it, like, when yougo home for Christmas anyway, like, the time you’re supposedto watch, like, awkward movies with your parents. [INTERPOSING VOICES] BETH HOYT: –movies becomeawkward when you put them on with your family.
I watched, like, "TheKids Aren’t All Right" with my parents. BETH HOYT: "The Kids AreAll Right." Nate, they are all right. NATE: They weren’t allright after that. MAMRIE HART: Oh, Iknow that scene. Lauren Meyers asked, "What areyour favorite dance moves?" DAILY GRACE: I do thisone all the time. BETH HOYT: Ooo, that’sa good one. MAMRIE HART: You know whatelse you do.
A lot? NATE: Tap and point? MAMRIE HART: This. DAILY GRACE: Yeah,I tap and point. DAILY GRACE: I’ve been doingthat for years– someone made a gif of medoing that from 2007.
When Michelleand I made a video in our first apartmentin New York. And it’s me, like, tappingand pointing. So I’ve been doing it– MAMRIE HART: It’s agood move for you. DAILY GRACE: –for fiveyears, y’all. MAMRIE HART: Thanks,investigative creeper.
‘Cause I just get excitedand I don’t really.
HART: I mean, my buttwill sound like Radio City at a sold out show.
NATE: OK, Haley Grace asks,"Any the Christmas traditions?" MAMRIE HART: The older I getthe more drinking is incorporated. MAMRIE HART: I do hot– like, hot cider with rumon Christmas morning. DAILY GRACE: Yeah, Tim and Iusually have a heart to heart and get really, really wasted. So that’s like a nice Holidaytradition for us now.
BETH HOYT: Yeah, I mentionedthis before. I always get drunk on mimosason Christmas morning.
Fake nailson and play– for some reason we play store clerk and wepick up credit cards. It’s really– and youguys gotta try it. ‘Cause they always have longnails and they’re so patient. MAMRIE HART: So you guys getdrunk, put on fake nails and sit at a table, and arelike, is that all? BETH HOYT: And one person comesin with the purchases– MAMRIE HART: CanI see some ID? BETH HOYT: –and one personrings them up. MAMRIE HART: Do you knowour return. MAMRIE HART: ‘Cause if this isForever 21, we’re only giving you store credit. BETH HOYT: We don’t turn them–we don’t make ’em black, but it’s more– DAILY GRACE: But you.
Call itstore clerk, but it’s just you picking up credit cards? BETH HOYT: Hey, guys,it’s so much fun. MAMRIE HART: Oh, I can’t waitto visit Wisconsin. DAILY GRACE: It’s just, like,yeah, cheddar cheese, fake nails, and credit cards. MAMRIE HART: Is this allthe cheese you want? NATE: I have another one. NATE: Anton Reinhold 13 says,"Mamrie, can you do an impression of Grace?" MAMRIE HART: Oh, no.
Animpression of me last night. MAMRIE HART: My version of Gracelast.
Night– just black out the screen. BETH HOYT: Yeah, justshow them– show the bottom of your feet.
HART: Do we havea sensor bar ready? DAILY GRACE: I have somebruises and some cuts.
Sometimes my legs workdifferently than my brain wants them to. MAMRIE HART: It’s aChristmas miracle. DAILY GRACE: Yeah,it really is. BETH HOYT: Also, I was saying,it’s probably because, like, you’re just back in New Yorkfrom being in LA.
Where you have to drive everywhere. So, like, last night, you wereprobably just like, and I get to walk home. DAILY GRACE: I basically hitthat mentality where I was. And the game– I lost the game. [BELL DINGS] DAILY GRACE: Nate, yes. NATE: [INAUDIBLE]– you guys didn’t even needme to ding that one. Tire Boy 55 asks, "End of theworld survival advice?" BETH HOYT: Oh, good one. MAMRIE HART: Giveme some tires. DAILY GRACE: Um, what? MAMRIE HART: His nameis Tire Boy. BETH HOYT: Yeah, heshould be fine. MAMRIE HART: Do you needto be rotated? DAILY GRACE: Thisis actually– there’s someone that I wastalking to in LA that says that she plays this party gamewhere, like, she asks people, like, what exactly would be yourstrategy if the zombie apocalypse started happening.
Haveto, like, think it– think out what wouldyou actually do. And she says that already knowswhat apartment she’s going to go to that has a gasstation and a supermarket very close to it. BETH HOYT: Like, ’cause one ofher friends at the party answered so correctly thatshe was like, you’re my– DAILY GRACE: Yeah, exactly.
She’s just beenphasing out her friends to be [INAUDIBLE]. MAMRIE HART: I would– in zombieapocalypse, I would cover myself in cilantro. Because people are veryright or left. So depending on the zombie thatfound me, he might be like, this is soapy. DAILY GRACE: We’re like,not into this. [BELL DINGS] MAMRIE HART: Good to know. [INTERPOSING VOICES] DAILY GRACE: So justcover yourself– BETH HOYT: Fennel. I knocked the hatoff the Furby.
Shannon Wood asks, "What’syour favorite gift you’ve ever given?" DAILY GRACE: Oh, I gave Tim aYouTube channel last year. BETH HOYT: Oh, that’sa great one. DAILY GRACE: And you shouldall go subscribe to. I gave a signed autographedhead shot of Scott Bakula once. Because– DAILY GRACE: To who? MAMRIE HART: –the boyfriendat the time was really into "Quantum Leap." And thenrecently I got a oil painting commissioned of myfriend’s face. You guys just missed whitewaterrapids over here. Yeah, those are probablymy best. I thought you were going to makethe oil painting of the– DAILY GRACE: The one thatyou’re getting for Christmas this year. MAMRIE HART: Oh, I’m gettingan oil painting of.
The IKEA monkey and grumpy cat. BETH HOYT: Wow, that’sreally good. DAILY GRACE: Well, guys, youlearned a lot about us, but we’re not done. -So what are you goingto miss about Earth? -Uh, internet. -What about food? -Oh, yeah, food for sure. -Bitches, you know whereyou are right now. -You’re at My DamnChannel LIVE. -Bam -And we’re the Wing Girls. Does this make sense? -What’s that? -No, I don’t. -Hi, I’m Chris Crocker, andyou’re watching My Damn Channel LIVE. BETH HOYT: Wow, thatwas intense. We is Daily Grace, MamrieHart, and myself. And it’s time to play one of myfavorite holiday games I’ve never played before.
DAILY GRACE: I’m soexcited for this. MAMRIE HART: I’mso [INAUDIBLE].
So have you guys everplayed the antler game? DAILY GRACE: No. But this is what we were teasingyou about earlier in the show where we said wewatched a video before the. And Beth had– BETH HOYT: Yeah, I found it ona children’s party website, which is, you know, soundsperfect for us. MAMRIE HART: It’s definitelyin my bookmarks. BETH HOYT: And then the onlyvideo online you can find, thanks to.
Anita, is these peopleplaying at a senior citizen home or outsideof, like, a church basement or something. DAILY GRACE: I have neverseen so much joy out of human beings– MAMRIE HART: Oh my god. DAILY GRACE: –untilI saw this video. MAMRIE HART: I love laughingat the elderly. BETH HOYT: [INAUDIBLE]posts in the comments here of the videos. OK, it’s called theantler game. Basically, you just blow up asmany balloons as you can, which is going to be awesomesince we’re kind of drunk. BETH HOYT: And then– and thenyou just fill up these nylon pantyhose legs. And once your legs are fullof balloons, you put on your head.
To make– to make an antlers– to make antlers. MAMRIE HART: How many balloonsin each one? DAILY GRACE: Howevermany you fit. BETH HOYT: It’s partof the competition. DAILY GRACE: And one of us mightbe reenacting Beth’s church scene here. BETH HOYT: It’s notmy church scene. MAMRIE HART: And I mightbe reenacting Tim.
BETH HOYT: Oh, thatchurch scene. This is going to be interestingto watch. MAMRIE HART: I am simultenously terrified and stoked. BETH HOYT: OK, ready? DAILY GRACE: Yes. BETH HOYT: Oh, and we’re takingquestions from you. If you want to throw usquestions, Nate can give us questions, too. What? What? Are you making fun of me? MAMRIE HART: I don’t knowhow to blow balloons. BETH HOYT: You can’tjust talk to it. [BELL DINGS] MAMRIE HART: Yes, Nate. NATE: OK, I swear I didn’tpick.
This person ’cause their name. NATE: And it’s "What’s thebest thing about 2012 for you?" BETH HOYT: The bestthing about 2012? NATE: Best and worst. MAMRIE HART: Best and worst? BETH HOYT: Mine is this place,this job and this studio and My Damn Channel. BETH HOYT: This balloonis too big for this. Oh, and I’m already MAMRIE HART: Oh my god.
Mine is– MAMRIE HART: Abandon! DAILY GRACE: The bestand worst is what’s happening right now. DAILY GRACE: Oh, I’mgetting runs in it! MAMRIE HART: Best, let’s see.
Oh, the worst? MAMRIE HART: Worst, I didn’tsuccessfully, like, release, like, a nudie pic. MAMRIE HART: JR’sworking on it. MAMRIE HART: I’ve officiallylost a shit ton of oxygen in my brain.
You’ve o-fish-allylost it? MAMRIE HART: I’ve o-fish-allylost it! Oh my gosh. That– that– DAILY GRACE: Notthe champagne! MAMRIE HART: Notthe champagne! DAILY GRACE: Thisfish is drunk. MAMRIE HART: Is this ’causewe drank like a fish? I literally haven’t putone balloon in here. BETH HOYT: This is gonna– this is gonna take us– MAMRIE HART: I.
Viewersat home have that weird fear of balloons. DAILY GRACE: The elderly– [BELL DINGS] NATE: All right. BETH HOYT: Yes, Nate? How do those old people do it? [BELL DINGS] NATE: I have a comment! MAMRIE HART: Yes.
Nate? NATE: [INAUDIBLE] Bad Man says, "Favorite toyfrom your childhood?" BETH HOYT: Oh, you guys rememberLittlest Pet Shop? Did you have that? MAMRIE HART: I hadso many of those! BETH HOYT: I. MAMRIE HART: There’s acartoon of it now. DAILY GRACE: I had– I had the shoes– I had Heelys before they madeHeelys the way they are. it was, like, giant moon shoeswith, like, tiny wheels that would pop in. MAMRIE HART: Oh,that’s amazing. DAILY GRACE: But they were thetiniest little wheels, and the shoes were so– the sole of the shoe was sothick that if you, like, fell a little.
Bit, you wouldeat shit, basically. MAMRIE HART: I had a Japaneseexchange student in, like, the late ’80s. And when she got back to Japan,she sent me and my brother and.
My sister each aGame Boy six months before they came to America. So, like, needless to say, Iwas. BETH HOYT: That just sets youup, yeah, for, like, major confidence early on in life. BETH HOYT: That’s likeI had my teeth– this is really, reallyexciting– my teeth matured faster thanmost of.
My friends, so I got– MAMRIE HART: Oh my god,you’re so gifted! BETH HOYT: I lost allof my team first. And then I got headgearreally early. And I was the first oneto get headgear. And all my friends [INAUDIBLE]cool– Iit was, like, really.
Cool,’cause none of my friends had even lost their teeth yet. So the orthodontist gave itto me, and he was like, just wear it to bed. And I left wearing it, andthen told.
Me mom– I’m like, he said I haveto wear to school. So I wore my headgear, mybig silver headgear with my gold glasses. And I was so cool, because noone else had that stuff yet. MAMRIE HART: I wanted, like,braces and a retainer so. I wanted braces and glassesin third grade. And I faked my eye testso I got glasses. BETH HOYT: You did? DAILY GRACE: Yeah, andI still have the glasses in my house somewhere. And they’re just, like,clear glass. Like, the optometrist wasjust humoring me. MAMRIE HART: I got braces for,like, six months my freshman year of high school just toclose the gap in my teeth.
Like– wore braces, closed it up, gota retainer, rocked it. BETH HOYT: No, neverclose that gap. [BELL DINGS] MAMRIE HART: I lost the retaineron spring break. My gap came back– BETH HOYT: [INAUDIBLE]story, Nate MAMRIE HART: –and I was like,oh, now I’m.
Really comfortable with myself. I remember going– DAILY GRACE: Girl,you learned it. BETH HOYT: Yeah, youwant that gap. NATE: TRG Huston asks, "Isanyone going to talk to Christmas Furby?" DAILY GRACE: No! BETH HOYT: Oh, no. And then Grace, you’regoing to talk to. NATE: Yes, wake up! BETH HOYT: Furbiesare so scary.