Ask a Non-Rider: Driving commentary

Ask a Non-Rider: Driving commentary


SARAH: This one’s like
nothing you’ve seen. MARY: Oh boy. JUAN: Oh, wow! SARAH: What do we have here? JUAN: Wow. MATT: Since you showed
me two jumping ones, I imagine this is a
jumping one, as well. SARAH: Based on
this preview screen, what do you think we
got going on here? JESSE: Yeah, so I bet on
stuff like this before. JUAN: This is Fast and
Furious behind a horse, right? MATT: We’re going to take
the horse with the carriage, and jump them. JESSE: Little Vin Diesel. SARAH: Couldn’t be happier
with that response. MARY: Little
[MIMICS HORSE RIDING],, that old thing. SARAH: Yeah, sure. MARY: It’s got a word,
I don’t know what it is. MATT: At least that’s
what I am hoping, because I’ve never seen
that, and I’ve really wanted to all my life. JESSE: So I think I might be a
little more familiar with this. SARAH: All your life? That’s been a desire? MATT: You ever watched
the Dukes of Hazard where they jumped that car? JESSE: Horse and buggy racing? MATT: How many school buses do
you think this horse can jump? SARAH: Micro Machines, maybe. But beyond that, no. JESSE: There’s got to be a
more professional name for it. SARAH: Let’s roll this one. JUAN: All right. Fast and Furious it
is, look at that! MARY: Getting all prepped
up for Central Park. MATT: I thought they
would be like racing to get over that jump. JESSE: I’m not sure if
this is the Pennsylvania version of the horse and
buggy that I’m used to. MARY: There’s two people. MATT: Yeah, they’re
not in a hurry to get to where they’re going. JUAN: It might be in reverse. MARY: (SINGING) Let me tell
you about me best friend. MATT: They do seem
to be following some sort of course, which
goes around these barrels. JESSE: If I were going to try
something that I’ve seen today, this would be the
first one I’d jump on. MATT: Which I’ve heard
are filled with gasoline. JESSE: The whip–
what is the whip for? MARY: Doing some
wheelies anywhere? MATT: If you make it
through the course alive, you get lots of points for that. JUAN: I don’t even
know the name of this. JESSE: We steer with
the reins, right? JUAN: I would call it– MATT: Carriage course,
the carriage course? JUAN: Big wheels with a horse. JESSE: This just seems a
little too passive for helmets. MARY: I think things would go
horribly wrong should there be a wheelie. JUAN: They need that
little locking thing from your big wheel,
remember, and you could slide into the turn. MATT: I like how they have
the plane in the background. SARAH: Do you think the
horse would enjoy it if you slid into the turn? JESSE: I like the
bridge, normally bridges go over things. JUAN: It might affect its spine. MARY: It’s flying! It’s a unicorn. SARAH: Unicorns don’t fly. MATT: Someone came in,
they were like, I’m going to park right
here next to these cars. JUAN: But we probably have
the supplement for that. MATT: Unload my
horse and carriage, and then go over here and do
this thing, and then get up and go home. SARAH: That’s a Pegasus. JESSE: No use of the whip. MATT: They probably
drove the horse right off the back of the plane. JESSE: It really seems
like an opposing accessory. MATT: And when
they’re done, they’re going to go back onto the
plane, and take off, and go to their next event. JUAN: There’s a jet
in the background. MATT: They go around
airport to airport– SARAH: My goodness. MATT: Performing this
particular branch of equestrian. JUAN: People can show up at the
event in their own carriage, that’s cool. MATT: These type of events
only happen at airports, it’s called airport equestrian. It’s a relatively new thing. MARY: Out for the
day in the park. JESSE: The copilot is an
interesting twist here. MARY: Think they’re on a date? SARAH: I can tell you
this is called driving. JUAN: This is called driving? MARY: Anything can happen. JUAN: Where did they come
up with this driving? MARY: I haven’t seen any
wheelies, so that’s good. JESSE: This is definitely
an interesting– JUAN: There’s no way
I’m going to figure out who this is, right? JESSE: Collaboration. MATT: I like how they
have the passenger there. JUAN: Customer care. SARAH: No. JUAN: Oh, wow. MATT: I wonder if that’s
required or optional. SARAH: Do you think the
copilot’s doing much? JESSE: That depends on– MARY: Is he holding up a
giant crop or something? JESSE: The unknown
ability of the driver. SARAH: What do you
think that would be for? MARY: Making the
horse go faster. Hey, little buddy. You know? Something like that. SARAH: It’s a remote employee. JUAN: This is a remote employee. MATT: I’m disappointed it didn’t
go with the little bridge, the fake bridge thing. I was hoping for that. JESSE: This is a training
horse and buggy, right? SARAH: OK. JESSE: So I had somebody
ride in the car with me– SARAH: Their learner’s permit. JESSE: You only have your
buggy permit right now. MATT: Although, if
you peel it back, it might open up to a secret
tunnel that people go down to– SARAH: Trap door. MATT: Like in Hogan’s Heroes. JUAN: Remote, not
on Customer Care. Remote, not on Customer Care. JESSE: Big fan of the
horse’s bridle in this one– I’m just throwing
out horse terms now. SARAH: What do you think the
purpose of having the bridge on the flat ground is? MATT: To prove
that the horse can go over bridges, because
horses are inherently scared of bridges. SARAH: That’s pretty
accurate, they’re scared of a lot of things. JESSE: Always improve
the rims on the buggy, but you know, that’s
just style points. SARAH: Least favorite part? MARY: I was looking
for some action, and sadly, I was disappointed. SARAH: No wheelies to be found. MARY: No wheelies. JUAN: This was not my favorite. SARAH: The jet, though. JUAN: Except for the jet. JESSE: The whip, I’m
still stuck on the whip. I don’t understand it. I need a whip, but I
don’t use the whip. SARAH: What was
your favorite part? MATT: Still, the plane. SARAH: The plane? She’s Illinois. JUAN: Illinois? MATT: Getting it aside
from where I was joking, that’s not even a good place
to put the plane in relation to the horses. MARY: I know who this one
is, a good person to offend. SARAH: Is the only
doctor we have. MATT: Oh, the rock and
roll lady, the headbanger. Why can’t I think of her name? She’s going to be so
pissed when she sees this. SARAH: She is going to be really
happy that you identified her as the head banger. MARY: Dr. Lydia Gray. SARAH: Did you know it was Lydia
before you called her a man? Could you imagine that this is
what she does in her free time? JUAN: It now makes sense. MARY: Did I call him a man? SARAH: You did ask if he was
holding a whip in his hand. MARY: Listen, this video
is all squidgy, all right. You’re not a man,
I don’t think that. OK? MATT: She’s really
good at driving. SARAH: She is very
good, especially because those barrels will
blow up if you hit them. MARY: I think you’re
putting words in my mouth. All right, let’s
roll back the tape. SARAH: We can roll it
back, we’ll watch it again. MATT: I’m surprised
she doesn’t have her cart decorated with
symbols from Metallica and Slayer and stuff. SARAH: Yeah. JUAN: If she ever complains
about her computer being slow–

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