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Squatch Smith

March 5, 2015 9:46 am

Squatch Smith’s Mythical Beast

Rhett & Link
My sons, Quinton & Chamberlain, introduced me to GMM a few weeks ago and it has now become my daily FIX! A bright spot after a crazy day at work.
We are roughly the same age so I enjoy the discussions about growing up in the 80’s & 90’s. Speaking of 80’s, do you guys remember a show called ‘You Can’t Do That on Television’? It was the best show ever! It would be fa-sheezy if you could make up some green slime and pour it on each other like they did on the show! That would bring back such great memories!
Anyway, Love the show!

Austin McBride

March 4, 2015 9:28 pm

Austin McBride’s Mythical Beast

-Rhett and Link

Could a future episode be centered around a spelling competition between you guys? Thanks.

Kaitlin (Kasha)

March 4, 2015 4:04 am

Kaitlin (Kasha)’s Mythical Beast

I’ve been working on a letter and some drawings for you guys! Since I’m 11, you may not like them but don’t be afraid to say that you don’t like them. I don’t get offended easily. ;)

A lex Greek

March 2, 2015 7:46 pm

A lex Greek’s Mythical Beast

* Guess That Seafood! haha

A lex Greek

March 2, 2015 7:45 pm

A lex Greek’s Mythical Beast

Guess That Seefood!

Oliver Nyberg

March 2, 2015 10:35 am

Oliver Nyberg’s Mythical Beast


I don’t know who reads this, but I have a comment concerning today’s episode called ‘Our Official Apocalypse Video’.

I’ve always enjoyed your shows but I feel today’s episode was a bit unsuitable for your audience, who for a large part seem to be children.

Kids don’t always know who to take the emotional distance you guys have when you joke about ‘the apocalypse’ like it’s likely to happen in the near future. I think you’ve started a lot of genuine worry by making it probable in their minds that the world will end within their lifetimes.

The episode features specific references to the ‘death of their loved ones’ and includes a list of ways in which this could happen.

Although the low (and in some cases non-existent) likelihood of these events make them of no genuine concern to you, kids don’t necessarily posses the same filter. The end of the world might seem more or less real and threatening to some of them.

I’m not ‘a concerned parent’ – I’m just a slightly older viewer who thinks your younger audience would benefit from you guys following up on the video by assuring them that, ofcourse, the world is not about to end.


a big fan of your show

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