– I always kind of assumed
I would get paid to do medical experiments
during college, but this isn’t what I thought
would happen. – I have a uterus.
I should know these things. – Oh, it got harder!
Oh, it got harder! I don’t like it! – What’s up, everybody?
Welcome to Challenge Chalice. I’m Tori.
– I’m Alex. – And we got some special guests
on the couch over here. We got Scott from Adults React.
– Hey. – Got Jamayla from Adults React
and Eric from the Community Team. Speaking of the Community Team,
if you wanna see us and some of the reactors more
behind the scenes, new shows, things like that,
you should subscribe and head on over to FBE2.
It’s pretty great, honestly. I’m not biased or anything. – (Alex) I mean, you’re on
a pretty awesome show called “Sharing Buds,” so..
– (Tori) I mean… – (Alex) …just saying. (laughs)
– (Tori) Sharing buds, talk music, side of advice, eat some food,
get some sound advice from Brandon. Come on over.
– We just started a brand new thing called Chalice Champs.
And basically, what it is is we try to find
some of you out there, some of our biggest fans
and we actually have you represent one of the teams
that are playing. Before we start,
we’re gonna have each team pull a name out,
and that is the person you’re gonna be representing. And if your team wins,
they get free merch. Gray team,
you wanna go first? – So, we’re playing
for @little_oh_. – Aww.
– We’ll win you a little shirt. – Ay! @JorielParmi.
– Ay. – I always see you on my Twitter
and @fbe. – Today, we’re doing
a very fun challenge. And you all have been
selectively chosen. Isn’t that how you
choose people, though? Selectively? – Yeah, right. Yeah.
– Selectively? – You’ve all been chosen
for a specific reason, because we are doing
a pregnancy quiz challenge. – Whoa.
– I don’t know anything about pregnancy.
– I’ve never been pregnant. – I haven’t even told my parents yet.
– It looks like it. – We have, of course, people over here
who’ve never really dealt with a pregnancy,
coupled up with people who have in some way or shape or form. And we’ll see which team
comes out on top. And, you know, maybe we’ll throw
some twists in the mix, but we’ll see. I’m gonna go behind the camera.
I’m gonna give you all questions. We’re gonna go up to nine questions.
Whoever can get the most out of nine questions–
– Nine months, nine questions. – Ooh.
– Oh-ho. – That’s the one fact I know. – (Alex) So, when you are pregnant,
what size is the uterus? Is it A, of a small peach; B, of a small watermelon; C, of a small apple; or D, of a small peanut. – Hold on, a peach and an apple are the same size.
– They’re not the same size. – They’re 100% the same size.
– Sorry, give me the fruits again. – I hope Scott’s wife
is watching this, like, (sighs).
– Me too, so you get in trouble. – (Alex) Remember, think about
where it begins. – I don’t even know if she knows. – (Alex) It’s the first question, guys.
There’s a lot of other– – All right, we’re good,
we’re good, we’re good, we’re good, we’re good. – Dang it, man.
– We were talking about fruit. We got distracted.
– (Alex) Peach, apple, watermelon, peanut.
– Yeah, smoothies. – (Alex) Flip.
– Apple. – Peach.
– (Alex) The answer is it begins around the size of a small peach.
– Ooh! – (Alex) Then it stretches to the size
of a watermelon. – That’s my fault.
– Dang, it goes to a watermelon? – (Alex) Yup. It goes 500 times
its original size. – I have a uterus.
I should know these things. – (Alex) Question number two,
a baby in the womb has all of his
or her fingerprints by… – Ooh.
– (Alex) A, 9 to 12 weeks in the womb; B, 3 to 6 weeks in the womb; C, 15 to 18 weeks in the womb; or D, 12 to 15 weeks. – Can we phone a friend,
a pregnant friend? Really pregnant friend? – (Alex) One, two, flip.
– Nine to twelve weeks? – (Alex) The answer is nine
to twelve weeks. – (Tori and Scott) YEAHH!
– Oh! – (Alex) All right,
it’s all tied up, 1-1. The longest pregnancy on record
was A, 266 days; B, 375 days;
C, 300 days; or D, 400 days.
– Over a year? – What?!
– (Alex) That’s 266, 375, 300, or 400. – That’s a grown-ass person
inside of you. – That baby would come out
with a 401(k). – That fool will come out
potty trained and everything, cooking its own meals, all that. – Check my math.
We pullin’ out the quadratic formula
out here. (chuckles) I feel like Scott and I
are making very educated guesses. – I think so. Yeah,
we’re putting the pieces together. – Yeah. (laughs) – I am always uneducated.
– We have our own investigative team. – (Alex) Flip.
– 375. – 375. (chuckles)
– Ooh. – (Alex) The answer is… 375.
– Ay! Yeah, 400, way too much.
– Yeah. – (Alex) Number four,
most women experience swelling in their feet during pregnancy.
Because of water weight and other extra fluid,
they’re feet can grow up to A, one shoe size;
B, two shoe sizes; C, three shoe sizes;
and D, four shoe sizes. – Dude. That’s, like,
all of a sudden, you’re Shaq after you have a baby.
– Ooh, yeah. See? Math is what I’m saying, Scott!
We’re bringing up law of averages. – Because most would
say that, I guess. – (Alex) One, two, flip. – Two?
– Two. – Two. – (Alex) Neither of you are correct.
It’s only up to one full shoe size. – Ohh.
– Hmm. – (Alex) In fact, some women’s feet
stay that size after their baby is born.
– My wife, yeah. I think she–
– Oh, really? – Yeah, she still–
– Did you just put your wife on blast? – No, her feet– Sure,
she has to get a larger size now. That’s not a bad deal.
She’s taller than me. It’s all right. I got size 12s.
I’m 5’8″ on a good day. – (Alex) So, guys, like I said,
I like to put in some twists on the challenge.
– Aww. – (Alex) We’re gonna have
your teammates, so that’s Eric and Tori, are going
to have pregnancy simulators… – No, no, no, no, no.
– (Alex) And if you guys get an answer wrong,
your teammate will have to shock you. – Scott and I go way back,
and he already felt bad about there not being any stakes.
Now, you’ve hurt him emotionally. – (sighs) Oh gosh.
– Perfect! I love this! – I always kind of assumed
I would get paid to do medical experiments
during college, but this isn’t what I thought
would happen. – (Alex) So, from here on out,
every question going forward, we’ll be bumping the setting.
– NOO! – (Alex) Starting off with two.
– Oh, this is incredible. (laughs) – (Alex) Is this true or false?
When you are pregnant, you are not allowed
to eat any sushi. – Well, I mean, doctors disagree,
because some of them say you can have a little bit. – I’m trying to think back
to all three pregnancies. – (Alex) One, two, flip. The answer is actually false.
– Oh. – There’s a little line there!
– (Alex) There is some. – Oh my god.
– (Alex) There is some sushi that you are allowed to–
it’s a myth that you cannot eat any sushi.
– I want that fact checked in the comments.
– Yeah! I need a doctor here.
– We needed to know what specific sushi roll
you’re talking about. – (Alex) Hit ’em with the two!
– Okay, see, right now, it’s just kicking.
– All right, hit waist. – (Alex) All right.
– Yeah, it hit it. – (Alex) You ready
for the next question? – Turn it off?
– No, no, no. You just leave it. – Noo!
– It’s pulsing! Oh, it kinda tickles. – (Alex) What is normally
the first sign of pregnancy? Is it A, fatigue; B, morning sickness;
C, cravings; or D, missed period. – I had gas.
– What was the question again? I was too focused on–
– First signs of pregnancy. – Is it getting worse for you?
– Yeah, yeah, yeah. – Why does it do that?
Honestly, at this level, I kind of like it.
– (Alex) One, two, flip. It’s actually missed period.
– No! Bring in the doctor.
– (Alex) Bump it up to four. – Okay, did you put it at four?
– I did. – Okay, yeah! There it is!
– (Alex) That’s why it says– – (Tori screams and laughs) Why? Why?! – (Alex) You guys ready
for the next question? – Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
– (Scott) Yes, next question! – Let’s hurry up, let’s hurry up.
– Look at my stomach shaking. – (Alex) What has to dilate
before a normal birth? Is it A, the pelvis;
B, the cervix; C, the pelvic floor; or D, the vagina?
– I know this one. Yeah? Yup, yup.
– (Alex) Flip. – (laughs)
– (Alex) Cervix is correct. – When do we get
to turn it off? – (Alex) You can turn it off.
– Yes! – (Alex) It is currently 3-3.
You guys have two more questions left. Remember, if you get it wrong,
it gets bumped up to eight. – What!?
– (Eric) That’s the worst thing. – That’s a steep jump. – (Alex) On which day
of a normal 28-day menstrual cycle does ovulation most often occur?
Is it A, day 11; B, day 14; C, day 15;
or D, day 21? That’s day 11,
day 14, day 17, day 21. – Yeah, I think it’s this one.
– I have no idea. Okay. – (Alex) Flip. The answer is B, day 14. – Nooo! – This is why we play the game! – I don’t wanna have this baby!
– I feel alive. – I’ll take a C-section, please. – (Alex) So, this is
the final question. If gray couch gets this correct, they win. Blue couch gets it,
then we’ll go into sudden death. Number nine–
– (laughs) That’s how you get pregnant.
– Shut up! – (Alex) Number nine,
what is the last thing to be delivered?
Is it A, the placenta; B, amniotic fluid;
D, the feet; or D, the uterus?
– Did you say feet? – Okay, what?
– (Alex) Yeah. – What’d you put?
– Dude, if you deliver– (laughs) – What was your answer?
– Yeah. – Yeah, right? Okay.
– Okay, go. Hurry, quick. – (Alex) All right.
One, two, flip. – Right or wrong?! – (Alex) That is correct.
– Yes! – (Alex) It is placenta.
However… with five points versus four…
– Son of a nutcracker. – (Alex) …the gray couch,
you are the challenge champions and have saved yourselves from…
(chuckles) level 10. – Is that the punishment?
There’s nothing else above this, right?
– Wait, I kinda wanna feel what 10 feels like.
– It’s shaking! – (Scott) It’s got its own heartbeat.
– (Tori) Wait, that’s just– – I’m not doing that.
Oh, it got harder! Oh, it got harder!
I don’t like it! Ah, turn it off!
Somebody turn it off! – Congratulations, Gray Team.
– I’m sorry. – You are the challenge champions.
Here’s your crown. – You are a G, man.
– Hey, you actually gave birth, what are you talking about? – No, I don’t wanna
give Alex any choice. This is suggested
by Danielle W. “Punishment: Eat a full spoonful
of a condiment of Alex’s choice.” Here’s the thing,
I don’t trust Alex EVER. Can I do level 10 instead?
– Well, you know what? I didn’t wanna make it
too hard on you guys, so I’m just gonna give you guys
a spoonful of Tabasco sauce. – Oh, that’s nice.
– Okay. That’s not that bad. – Not too bad, not too bad. All right, dig in.
– (Tori and Scott) Cheers. – I already so much– stop!
What do you have it on? Take it off! Eric, Eric!
– Oh no, no! – That’s not fair! Stop! Shots. Ugh. Ugh. Taking something straight that–
– Heck yeah, dude. – It just tastes gross. – Oh, and by the way,
shoutout to your Chalice Champ. – Oh yeah.
– Oh yeah, little, hashtag, oh. – Oh, that’s right.
– We did it. – I’m sorry, JorielParmi.
– Yeah. – Remember, if you want a shoutout
in the next Challenge Chalice episode, all you gotta do
is hit the little bell, subscribe, and you’ll be part
of the notification squad. And hey, if you’re in there
for the first 30 minutes, you might get picked.
Shoutout to Dimitris Sfyrus. – Shoutout to Ava Schwartz. – Shoutout to Fernando Perez. – Shoutout to (laughs)
Kestrel Outfits. – Thank you, everybody,
for being here for both Eric
and I’s labor experience (laughs) and spreading some pregnancy knowledge
on us, I guess. I press for you.
– No, no! Please don’t! – (screams) What was that?
What was that? – The baby’s coming!
It’s coming, Alex! – What was that?