– I can dance to this one
all day, every day. – YES! MR. QUIGLEY! ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we are bringing back
one of our “try to” challenges that we’ve done with the college kids
but never with the adults. – Okay, “try to.”
Oh, gosh. – (FBE) So this is a “try
to keep dancing” challenge. – You know, I think
I’ve won every single one that I’ve been in. – I’ve done this three times. What I remember is C-Span
and also ten hours of paint drying. WHAT IS THIS?! – I am a dancer. So I have a feeling
I’m going to crush this. – (FBE) So here are the rules:
if you stop dancing at any point, you’ll lose,
but you’ll be back in for the next video,
you cannot stop dancing at all, even in-between the videos
you’ll have to keep constantly moving until the end–
– Okay, I got you. – (FBE) And just moving
back and forth does not count. – Awwww, you guys took away
the two-step? – (FBE) So we’ve seen the comments
and people want to see you actually going all out,
so we will call you out if you aren’t fully dancing. – See, this isn’t fair
because most of my dance moves I can’t do. I either do a backflip or the worm,
and then I’ll go into the corner and be like, “Wasn’t that cool?” – (FBE) Also, since this
is a dancing challenge, you’re gonna need to stand up.
– Oh! All right, let’s go. – ♪ You got me some type of way ♪ – This is Ariana Grande, right? – Ariana Grande’s a good way to start. – ♪ Ain’t used to feelin’ this way ♪
– We love Ariana. This music video is iconic. – This is hard. Okay. (whimpering) – ♪ Then I realize she’s right there ♪ – It gets slow and then you’re like
how do I dance now? – ♪ …this ain’t fair ♪ – I love her hair. – Hey, I need Ariana’s hair.
I could go like that. – (singing along)
♪ Break up with your girlfriend ♪ ♪ Or your boyfriend ♪ ♪ I’m bored ♪ – ♪ You could hit it in the mornin’ ♪
– Hey! – Hey! Hey! (laughing) – ♪ I know it ain’t right ♪ ♪ But I don’t care ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Care ♪ ♪ Break up with your girlfriend ♪ ♪ I forgot that I have
to keep on dancing ♪ ♪ Because I’m bored ♪ – This is a great song
to dance to, to move to. It’s just fun because, also,
in the video, she’s in a club, so you’re meant
to dance to this song. – You get tired, too,
because you’re just constantly moving and then they pause it
and then you keep talking and talking and talking
and then you just have to keep dancing and dancing. – I’m doing the same moves
over again. I’m trying to figure what else to do,
but my brain, I can’t– (BUMP)
Things to do! – ♪ Yeah, I’m gonna take my horse… ♪ – WOO!
– ♪ …to the old town road ♪ – Oh, no!
NOT THIS SONG! – (FBE) You stopped dancing.
– AAAH! I can’t!
I hate myself, that I know the [bleep] song.
(buzzer) – Ugh. – ♪ …to the old town road ♪ – I’m sad I’m dancing
to this, but oh well. – ♪ I’m gonna take my horse… ♪ – (singing along)
♪ …down the old town road ♪ ♪ I’m gonna ride
’til I can’t no more ♪ – ♪ I’m gonna take my horse
to the old town road ♪ – (singing along) ♪ I’m gonna… ♪
Ah! Ah! ♪ …until I can’t no more ♪ – ♪ I got the horses in the back ♪ ♪ Horse tack is attached ♪ – (singing along)
♪ Hat is matte black ♪ ♪ Got the boots
that’s black to match ♪ – ♪ Nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh-nuh ♪ – ♪ Ridin’ on a horse ♪
– Oh, I should ride my horse. – ♪ You can whip your Porsche ♪ ♪ I been in the valley ♪ – (singing along)
♪ …been up off that porch ♪ Oh, see? We played Ariana Grande
for 10 minutes. – (FBE) Don’t stop!
– Oh! (buzzer) – That was kind of annoying
but, you know, you just gotta keep dancing.
It’s gonna be okay. – WOO! Okay, nee-hoo!
What’s up? – (FBE) You stopped.
– No, I’m pretty sure this is dancing. I’m twirling the rope!
(buzzer) – ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ ♪ Woof woof woof woot ♪ – (singing along)
♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ – ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ – (singing along)
♪ Woof woof woof woof ♪ – ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪
– (laughing) This is old-school. – Oh, I can dance to this one
all day, every day. – ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ – Wow, this takes me back
to, I think, the Rugrats movie had this song in it. – (singing along)
♪ The party was pumping ♪ ♪ Ah yepee ah yo ♪ – ♪ And everybody having a ball ♪ – This is a great song. You guys really put
great throwbacks in here. – ♪ Ah yepee ah yo ♪ – Baha Men, whatever happened to them? – (singing along) ♪ Hey hey hey ♪ ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ – Yeah, just do cheerleader stuff. – ♪ Who let the dogs out ♪ – If you were born in the ’90s,
you have to dance to this one. If you’re at home right now
and you’re sitting on your ass, get up and dance! It gets easy for me
because I like to dance and I feel like I always have to move. – This is fun. I’m also starting to get tired,
so we gotta keep on going. – These are good but that means
that the not-so-good ones are probably coming soon. – (Quigley) You heard me mention
in the opening– – Oh, this isn’t music! – Oh, GREAT! C-SPAN! – You guys never fail
to bring the C-Span. – (laughing) This is–
I don’t even know what to do to this. (buzzer) – (Quigley) Clearly, it’s–
– (panting) No money should be drawn from the treasury!
Nuh-uh! – “No money shall be drawn
from the treasury but in consequence
of appropriations made by law.” – (FBE) You’re stopping.
– NO! THAT’S WEIRD!
(buzzer) – (Quigley) And I believe in the– – YES! MR. QUIGLEY! – C-Span, whoaaaa! (laughing) – (Quigley) There are a lot
of folks who, as you know, can’t get into the Supreme Court. – ♪ If I sing a tune,
I will make it through ♪ ♪ You look boring and annoying ♪ – I’m not paying attention. – (FBE) Doing a little bit
of the back and forth. – (Quigley) In the case I mentioned,
and in a few others, Brown VS. Board of Education,
there were historic, brilliant arguments made.
– Great! C-Span always gives me
the energy I need to keep going. – Brilliant! I [bleep]
love C-Span. It’s where I do my aerobics. – You guys are playing me,
so it’s probably gonna get harder. (water dripping) – Are you really giving me
faucets dripping right now? Are you kidding me? – YAAAS! DRAINAGE! – This is harder than C-Span because
I’m actually looking at nothing. – I gotta do top half for a minute.
I’m exhausted. (water dripping) UH! NO!
You can’t! It does not enduce me to dance.
(buzzer) – Uh. Splash. Splash. (water dripping) – I am so tired. – Come on, now.
That’s a little beat though. (water dripping) – They need to fix this faucet. – I don’t know about this
new dance. Turn off the water, guys. – Aaaaaaah, drip! Okay. DRIP! Okay!
Drip! Oh, now you got it. – Be the faucet.
Feel the faucet. – Oh! It’s kinda making me thirsty. – (panting) Okay.
It’s fine. We’re still killing it out here. – I feel like I had to adapt
to the slow noise and my brain just clicked on that one. – I’m tired. My legs and my arms are–
I’m out of breath, but it’s okay. – (Quigley) Only perhaps
a few hundred people– – AAAAH! (laughing)
(buzzer) – YES, MR. QUIGLEY’S BAAAAACK! – (Quigley) There are valid reasons–
– Come on! Not that guy again! – Back with a vengeance. – I don’t even know
what to do to this one. (laughing) – (Quigley) And while in a democracy–
– (FBE) You stopped! – This guy is so boring!
(buzzer) – (groaning) I don’t even want
to hear what he’s saying. I can already tell it’s boring. – (Quigley) We flub up a lot here,
but we’re on C-Span and– – C-S-P-A-N! C-Span! – (Quigley) While in a democracy– – Dude, I’m tired. Woo! – (Quigley) …we don’t always
look our best and maybe it has a negative–
– The girl in the back looks so entertained. – (Quigley) …we had the discussion,
it was the anniversary of the release of Mr. Smith
Goes to Washington. – (FBE) You’re doing
a little bit of the side stepping. – What is this? I thought this
was just the SpongeBob or something. Can I do–
– (FBE) You paused. – You know what?
I lasted a lot longer than I thought I would.
(buzzer) – I feel like I’ve burnt
approximately 92 calories and I love it. ♪ (chipper music) ♪ – OH, COME ON! – Oh, they’re so cute.
I love this movie so much! – Hey! ♪ (chipper music) ♪ ♪ (tempo slowing down) ♪ – It’s really sad! (sobbing) – STOOOOOP! (shrieking) ♪ (slow tempo) ♪ – Crank it up! Yeah!
This is the most emotionally confusing moment of my life! – We’re slow dancing now. – Just gonna do ballet now. ♪ (soft piano ballad) ♪ – Some ballet. (bumping into chair)
– I’m gonna take down your furniture. – (FBE) You stopped dancing! – No, you didn’t–
you weren’t looking. (buzzer) – What a good movie. – They’re old now!
Come on! – OH, NO!
NOT THE SAD PART! You can’t dance!
There’s sad parts! (buzzer) – No, it’s so sad! Watch, I’m gonna cry. – This is so sad! Why would you show this to me? This is not dancing music. – Oh, but it’s so sad
because she literally just dies! (buzzer) I’m just gonna look away
so I don’t cry. – That one was so hard,
but I got through it. Just like Mr. Fredrickson. – Do you know how hard
it is to keep dancing with Ellie dying? – (Quigley) I’d just
like your thoughts on– – Aww, man. Him again. – NOOO! (laughing)
(buzzer) – UGH! No. No.
(buzzer) – YES! Mr. Quigley! – (Quigley) …the arguments. – (Alito) The first thing
I think I should say is that– – Sam Alito, he’s always boring. – Come on, guys! Yes, C-Span! Gimme a C-SPAN!
Yay. – (huffing) My shins are exhausted. – Yes! Yes! SPIN IT! – (Alito) …of our
paramount function. – (FBE) So you did it!
– Oh, yes! I did it. Get your groove
on to anything and everything. – (FBE) You won!
– Okay, I’m going home. – I’m tired! I gave my all.
I left my everything there. – It comes down to natural talent
and good core strength. I do a lot of cardio. – (FBE) Finally, in the past,
we have done tons of “try not to dance” challenges,
so after your experience today, do you think it’s harder
to not dance to a catchy song, or to keep dancing no matter what? – Ooh, I want to say the keep dancing. When it’s something so awful
or just awkward, like nobody dances to C-Span,
you sickos. – YES! MR. QUIGLEY’S BACK! – It’s just too much. Your body is rejecting it. At least my body
was rejecting it, like, no. – It’s definitely harder
to keep dancing, especially for an extended
period of time, when you don’t have music to dance to
and you’re not a dancer, so that doesn’t help. – Probably try not to dance for me,
just because I love to dance and I’m always moving
and I’m crazy as it is, so I’m gonna jump on
any opportunity to keep dancing or keep singing. – Thanks for watching
this episode of Adults React. – What to see more “try to’s”?
Then hit that suscribe button. – Bye, guys! – Hi, everyone, Lauren,
producer here at FBE. Make sure you check out
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