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Talent Show For Howie Mandel | Game Changer: Battle Royale Clip

Apr 17, 2024
- Please, let's welcome our eliminated players back to the stage. (adventurous music) Adam Conover, Ify Nwadiwe, Izzy Roland and Rekha Shankar. Now, players, I am a firm believer in second chances, so I will give one of you a chance to return to the competition. We're going to have a little

talent

show

, call it a

talent

show

down. If you could please stand up and Nico and Ash, if you could take out the props. (adventurous music) This is how it will work. Each of you, in turn, will have 30 seconds to show your talent. It could be anything. Singing, dancing, a party trick, a monologue or something, using one of the objects you see in front of you, anything as long as it's entertaining.
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If you no longer have a talent to share, you're out. Any questions before we start? - Are you judging talents based on the quality of the performance? - Do you know what I just realized? I'm too much of a fan of all of you to be able to objectively decide what's entertaining and what's not. I'm going to have to bring in a professional. - Howie Mandel, Howie Mandel. - Introducing now. -Howie Mandel. - Comedian, producer and legendary

game

show host Howie Mandel. (group applause) - I was joking, I was whispering your name a little under my breath. - I heard you. - Shit.
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Sincerely. And I know this is going to sound crazy. I feel like I cast a spell like I'm Beetlejuice. - I'm very glad to have someone like you. - Oh, I'm delighted to be here. - Raise the pedigree of our show. - Oh my god, this is so exciting, is it for me? - This is for you. - Well. -As? - Yes. - Here's your paddle. - Wow, I like the tightly closed paddle. So there is an X or a check. (the group sighs) - That's right. Now Rekha, once we say go, we will go. So I hope you're ready. - What the fuck, why am I first, this was a random order. - This is very exciting. - And go. - Give me a topic about anything, I'll make a pun. - Socks. - Socks, well, actually, I eat socks because it's their only food.
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Yes, although it's not very good for my tongue. (Group laughs) Yo, this is a really awkward relationship, but we could fix it. This is a Hanes performance. God, I hope you don't see this on the boob tube. - Tube socks, I get it, I saw what you were doing there. - Do you see what I'm saying? - No, I saw what he's doing. - Oh God, it's great to be me right now because I... - It's great to be you. - You know what I'm talking? - What do you think, Howie? - Oh, I'm giving him one, because the fact that you came out is amazing. - Thank you so much. - You don't see much sock humor. - I think there's some "America's Got Talent" in your future.
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Izzy, go. (upbeat music) - Did you break something? (group laughs) (upbeat music) (group laughs) - Check, that wins the check. Izzy, with a record of five seconds. - That's dyslexic twerking, it's backwards. You don't see that. - Yes, and. - I think I'm going to take this opportunity to get over Izzy for you. - Oh! - Wait, wait, wait, wait. - Oh. - There are electronic components flying. (laughs) Did you just mess up a microphone? It's okay, it's okay, it's okay. All right, I'll give you a check. - Check. - I don't want to, I don't want to.
I wish I could whistle because I would love to whistle while you twerk. - Adam. - This will be the most difficult crowd stand-up I have ever done. We vaccinated people, you got vaccinated. He vaccinated Howie. - Yes I am. - A little controversial, the vaccine. You know, my friend was telling me that he wasn't sure he wanted to get it. Because he read on the Internet that he could change your DNA. - Yes. - I know, I had to tell him it's not true. But also, friend, why are you so determined to preserve your DNA? - I like that, wait to laugh, wait to laugh. (laughs) - Thanks, but think about it, man.
You're ugly, you're going bald. - Yes. - You are stupid enough to think that a vaccine could change your DNA. - Wait, do you think I'm going bald? - If I were you, I would just roll the dice again. You know what I mean? Treat him like a new Dungeons and Dragons character and see what you get. - I liked it, and the fact that you were able to continue, even if the microphone is not plugged in. (laughs) - That's a check mark. - My God, I've been doing stand-up comedy for 15 years. If I got an (laughs) - It would suck, but not a sock. (the group laughs) - Jake. - Oh, and here's the guy whispering my name. - It's your turn.
I went to Julliard for seven years. - That's right? - Yes it is. - So I'm going to play some jazz for you, if that's okay. - It's great. - And find my rhythm. (snapping his fingers) - Wow, quick. - I don't know what's going to happen, I don't know. - I think it already happened. (harsh trumpet notes) (group laughter) (harsh playing continues) (scattered gibberish) (harsh trumpet notes) (scattered gibberish) (group laughter) - Wow. (group laughing) - You're like Kilometer Davis, who's like Miles. But I'm Canadian. (group laughs louder) (bell rings) -Wow, Howie says he's good. - You can't distinguish jazz, you scat, you play. - Yes, seven years. - You improvise.
So seven years of Julliard is, is it branded entertainment? Is Julliard sponsoring this episode? - They are now. - I should be so proud, look what they did. - Looks at his student. - May the talent continue to arrive. - Absolutely Howie, anything for you, Rekha. - Can I sing something you can't use? - Do you want to make something that cannot be used? You know why? - No, let's say they already did it and I didn't enjoy it. (Sam laughs) - No, no. (everyone applauds) Howie, not Howie. (applauding and laughing) Does that eliminate me? - Didn't I save a post for you? - You certainly did. - You can't save the post, I will sing a full copyrighted song. - I will give you the opportunity to sing the song. - Forward. (music stops) - Why do you turn around? - It's... (beep) (constant beep) (contestants singing a cappella) - Can I be honest with you? - Is awesome. - No. (everyone laughs) - Well, Howie, we ran out of my talents, but thank you very much. - I told you, I told you. - I appreciate your time, I appreciate your time. -Izzy. - I have a question. - How complicated is this

game

? - It's not that complicated. -And if we sing a song that is potentially not available to be purchased online, what happens to that? - Is it not available to be purchased? - What do you mean? - Yes, I could only really get it through Limewire. - Wow. - Nothing makes a show, just browsing and then asking about copyright infringement.
People are going to say, did you see the "Game Changer" episode, where, I don't know what happened, but we learned a lot? -Izzy. - Whatever you want to do, the word is yours. - (singing) Why do you come home at five in the morning? - Jesus. - (singing) Something's happening, can I smell your dick? She played me like a fool, but that's not right. So what you have to do is let me smell your cock. Why do you come home at five in the morning? Something is happening, can I smell your cock? - I'm going to cut you off, Izzy. - I really liked it and I like it. - Izzy, keep going. - It's a little thing for children. - Yes, Ify, the word is yours. - Hey, yes, we will do more monologues. (group laughs) How's everyone doing?
You may know me as Ify, but my name is short for Ifechukwude Ego Nwadiwe. That's because my dad comes from a place called Nigeria and he decided to call me that even though his name is Chris Nwadiwe. (Group laughs) And you know, when I asked him about that, he said: Ify, Ify. I did this because everyone in Nigeria has a name like this. And I just wanted to bring it to the United States. And then I went to Nigeria and met my cousins ​​Barbara, Michael and my cousin Tupac. (group laughs) (bell rings) - Oh, if I sail to the end. - Ify, are you a stand-up? - Yes Yes. - You're funny friend. - Oh thanks. (the group laughs) - I have to check it too, I have to check it too. - Adam, that's your turn. - Okay, I'm a mixed media artist. (everyone exclaims) I need time for this to stick, no. - Oh, well you have 30 seconds, Adam. - Oh, fuck. - Oh, and a second? - And a second one, okay, well, here's the idea. - Wow, you're going for this, balls against the wall. - It's, this is your, oh, fuck. - What is the design?
Show me the complete design. - Here is the complete design. - Do you really think it's worth the journey? - This is your reaction to my X, look, look. It's a smiling face. - It's a big smiley face. - It's a smiling face, damn it. - Oh, oh. - I usually have better materials to work with. - Do you know what that is? - That? - That was Art and Shit. (everyone exclaims) (bell rings) - Oh, Howie. - Curse. -And Jake. - Oh, more music. -Julliard. - Hashtag Julliard. - I present to you a nonsense, wow. (the group laughs) - I was going to play that. (group laughing) - Who the hell? - Well, you're not going to play that. - This is like being at a crazy Gallagher concert, yeah. - My God. - It's okay, it's okay, I'm just scared. -I feel like Howie might have felt threatened by that control, but he still counted. - A check a check. - You are injured? - No, I studied at Julliard for seven years. (everyone laughs) Music, clowns. (laughing) - Oh, look. - Izzy, that's your turn. - It's 2007.
There is a woman named Jill Zarin who lives in Manhattan. She is approached by a production studio in New York City and a man named Andy Cohen to star in a series called Manhattan Moms. You are asked to gather a group of Manhattan socialites, all of whom are upper middle class or the 1% of New York City. She reunites Bethany Frankel, Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Kelly Bensimon in the second season. And that franchise is not Manhattan Moms, but rather "Real Housewives of New York City," which premiered in 2007, becoming the first show to franchise the Real Housewives series. - Oh, who doesn't like Wikipedia? - Oh, Izzy's knowledge of the Real Housewives that sent her. - She is the living Google. - Ify, that's you. (everyone grunts) - Oh God, yes, you can hide. - Don't worry. - What do you mean, don't worry? - I'm not going to juggle. - When someone comes towards you with two machetes.
The two words you don't want to hear are: don't worry. - Actually, I'm going to do a scene from "Black Panther." (everyone laughs) - Oh, shit. - My name is Killmonger. I found my dad with panther claws on his chest and I'm ready to take the crown because she's mine. (adventurous music) - Well, yeah, get out. - Oh wow, Ify again. (group cheering) - Kind of threatened on the check mark, yeah. - Fear scary. - Yes, a great motivator, okay. Let's move on, Jake. - At Julliard one of the most important skills they teach you is active listening.
I love hearing what's been bothering you. (The group laughs) Was there something in your mind that was like that? - Yes. - Causing stress or pressure? - This episode. - Is this really stressing you out? - But I like it. Therapy is my life, you know, my soapbox is mental health, and today I took therapy to come here and do this, so thank you. - If you have anything else to say, I would be happy to hear from you. - I'll see you again next Thursday. - It's 30 seconds and he likes it. - Yes, therapy is good for everyone. - Absolutely. - You can't judge how good the therapy is. -Izzy. (dramatic music) (group laughs) - No words. - How can you not? - Whoa, whoa, Izzy.
I think Izzy is winning on efficiency. Izzy. Well, that was simple, but... - Effective? - No, me, there is no other word. - Oh, there is no other word, I have it, yes, Ify. - Alright. Oh, I'm trying freestyle right now because look, I was on the green. I was in the game (laughs). - Okay, you know what? (bell rings) - Oh, no. - No, I must say I was freestyling with snot. I don't know if you could watch it at home. - Very sorry. - There were two. -Jake. - Julliard loves prints. - Yes. - I would love to perform for you, Alex Jones, do you know him? - Yes, Infowars? - Yes, Infowars. - Ladies and gentlemen, I have read the new scripts. - That's perfect. - That has given me old ideas and superior technology.
It has the trips in a can that will give us all the answers we need. This book is Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Moon. - Good night Moon. - Good night phone. - It is funny. - Good night clouds. - Wow, sailing. (techno music) - Izzy. - Oh oh, oh no. (techno music) (group laughter) - Izzy dribbles a basketball with her private parts. Will it be enough to send it? - I think that's what we call it in the neighborhood. The crossing of coochies. - Oh! (the group laughs) - Vaginal drip. - You don't know what I have. - Woo. - Well. - Howie, what are you saying? (bell rings) - An incredible basketball player. (clapping) - Jake. - Oh, he's going for it, okay. (techno music) - What? - It's about preparation. - What do you call this? - I call him the big-bellied bugaloo. (the group laughs) - I love everything you have done so far. - But you know what? (bell rings) - That's enough for Jake, and Izzy gets back in the game.
Howie. - That? Thank you so much. - You are welcome. - It's a round of applause for Howie, everyone.

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