– What’s up, guys?
I’m Jason Maybaum. – And I am Issac Ryan Brown. both:
And we are the Do It Duo. – And today we’re taking silly
very seriously. – We are gonna be clowns. both:
Let’s do it![upbeat electronic music]– Hey, hey. Welcome, you guys. Nice to meet you. – Ow!
– Oh, sorry about that. Welcome to my clown dojo. – Whoa. – It’s kind of a public park,
but you guys get the idea. – Hey, I got a question.
– Yeah, what’s up? – And you kind of
just answered it for me. Why are people
afraid of clowns? – You know, that’s a good
question. You know, and I don’t think there’s a lot of positive
role models out there, but that’s where you two
are gonna change this. Okay?
– Okay. – Think
about your clown character. Are you an old clown?
Are you a sad clown? Are you a big clown?
– All right, I got it– Professor Giggles
with a PhD in smiles. – I like it, dude.
– Yo, that’s it. That’s it.
– That’s how we do it. – Bring it in, bring it in. Bring it in.
We’ll work on it. – And I’m Old Plummy because… I like to eat plums. – That’s good.
– And I’m old. – It works for you.
– Old clown. I’ll be old clown.
[laughs] – That’s a little close
to home for me. All right, you guys look great. I love the makeup.
I love the costume. So we’re gonna have you take
the oath. Please raise your right hand
and repeat after me. I…
both: I… – Promise…
both: Promise… – To do my duty…
both: To do my duty… [all laugh]
– I’m sorry. I walked right into that. – Yeah.
– That was good, though. Okay, back up. I promise…
both: I promise… – To teach kids…
both: Teach kids… – With dignity…
both: Dignity… – Honesty…
both: Honesty… – And laughter.
both: And laughter. – And Gilly’s awesome.
both: And Gilly’s awesome. – That was super sweet, that
last part you said about me. I really like that.
– You told us to say it. – No, I didn’t. What we’re gonna do now
is we’re gonna learn one of the basic staples
you learn as a clown, and that’s balloon animals. There we go. That’s your first
balloon animal. I’m gonna ask you to go ahead–
about an inch in, twist it. That’s okay.
– Ah, the noise. – Don’t be scared of it. The balloon knows
if you’re scared, Plummy. Guys, this could be the dog. This is the face.
– Wait. How do I do that? How did you do that? – I don’t know what you got
going on here That is crazy.
– I got the dog. – Here you go.
Let me get you up to speed. Okay, here we go.
Do that last leg. Bend it over. You’re almost there. Plummy, you’re almost there.
– [laughs] I lost it. – Come on, Professor Giggles. You got a degree. That looks good.
[dog barks]– He’s got some little T. rex
legs, but that’s pretty good. – [laughs] – Look at this.
[dog barks]Little dog right here for you. Now, look, I’ll tell you this– these balloons
will pop on the grass. Check it out. I guess that balloons okay. Okay, guys, this is the
juggling portion of the show. You can juggle with pins. You can juggle with balls,
like you have here. Or you can juggle with silks. Here we go.
Start with just one. Just throw it up once
in the air. Catch it with the other hand. Just from hand to hand,
just like this. – Aah!
– It’s really windy here. So, if you guys can do it
in this wind, you’re gonna be super skilled–
you can do it anywhere. – [grunts]
– That’s good, yeah. [boys shout]
That’s good. That’s called
cross-wind juggling. Gents, they say
to truly know a man, you have to walk a mile
in his shoes. I’m not gonna let you do that ’cause my shoes
are pretty stinky. We provided shoes for you. But I have built
a clown shoe obstacle course. Who’s gonna start? – Hold my nose. – Go! [horn honks]
Deduction. [horn honks]
Deduction. Do the snake out of that.
Excellent. Keep on going through it. Step in the stones.
Step in the stones. [horn honks]
– [laughing] – Deduction.
[both scream] There we go, Professor Giggles! Oh! Yeah!
– Yay! – [coughs] – Can we get a medic
on the set, please? Professor Giggles,
Old Man Plummy, you’ve done it–
you are official clowns. – Whoo!
– Oh, man. You know, I want to thank
my mom, my dad, my teacher, man, Gilly.
– Yeah, man. – Couldn’t have done this
without you. As far as clowning comes… both:
The Do It Duo did it. – Let’s get out of here.
– Let’s get it. – All right, here we go. Whoa! [car squeaking] – Hey, guys. Actually, I need that car. I’ve got a party in Encino. Guys!