Henry Danger: The After Party | Budget Cuts πŸ’΅ | Nick

Henry Danger: The After Party | Budget Cuts πŸ’΅ | Nick

[music playing] So… I had a candy bar,
that I was going to eat, I had to use the restroom,
when I came back… – The candy bar was missing.
– You did all this? – I mean, I had my own, so I have no–
– It definitely wasn’t me, – I don’t even eat those!
– I’m not gonna be angry… it wasn’t me, it definitely wasn’t me! What’s up, guys?
And welcome to The After Party! – Well that answers your question.
– Where… Oh, I stole this from your dressing room. Welcome to The After Party,
I’m your host, Karen. Today, I have Ella Anderson, Riele Downs, Michael D. Cohen and Sean Ryan Fox and we are gonna be talking
about “Budget Cuts!” This is good, do you wanna bite? Guys, I wanna talk about “Budget Cuts”
right now, while Sean gets his zen back together. Um… this was a really fun episode. A lot of really crazy stuff happened,
people were hanging outside of windows, um… but one of my favorite parts was… Piper’s high tea party
with her girlfriends. I enjoyed that, that was really fun. Please, enjoy your tea, and I have finger sandwiches here,
if you want any of this, – it’s melting in my…
– Thank you, thank you. Michael, there’s been
a lot of impersonators, there’s been a lot of impressions
over the years, – you are the one and only true Schwoz.
– Thank you. And I wanted to know
if you could teach us, once and for all, – how to do the Schwoz voice?
– Yes! So, can we have like, a little Schwoz
accent lesson over some high tea? – Schwoz is a second language.
– Schwoz is a second language. Well, I think the key is, first of all, let’s use the example
of the word ‘Henry’. – Henry.
– The ‘H’s are… [gagging] Let’s all do it. [gagging] You might have to take a sip of your tea. Mine’s a little dry, gotta moisturize… Get a little mucus going. – Get a little bit of mucus going.
– Can do. Henry. – Henry.
– Henry. It’s kinda gentle
on the back end! – Henry.
– Henry, Henry. You have to roll the ‘R’s. – Henry, Henry.
– Henry. So, let’s hear you say, “Henry Danger
is the greatest show on the planet.” “Henry Danger is the be–” is what? [laughing] Is the greatest show on the planet. “Henry Danger is the greatest show
on the planet.” – “Henry Danger is the greatest show…
– “Henry Danger is the greatest show… – on the planet.”
– on the planet.” Pretty good. What else do we need to know? – Henry Danger…
– Is the greatest show on the planet. Oh yeah, er… er… um…. Lady. – Lady.
– Lady. – Lady.
– Lady. Lady. – Lady, lady.
– Lady. So, you pretty much give every word
like, ten syllables. You pay attention to every single letter
and you pronounce them all. I– yeah and many– I add in diphthongs. – Do you know what a diphthong is?
– Tell us, what is a diphthong? Oh my God! [laughing in slow motion] [laughing] Ella likes the dip– Oh! Jace is a diphthong and Ella just… This is a classy high tea. Can we just note
that she’s holding the tea party – and she just…
– This is her tea party. I’m so sorry! – That was very classy.
– I was gonna laugh – and I looked at Riele.
– What? – A diphthong?
– Oh, a diphthong, OK, so a diphthong is when
you put two vowels together, – like ooaah or eeaah or…
– ooaah? – That’s a diphthong.
– Right. – A vowel is just ‘E’ or ‘A’ or whatever.
– Gotcha. So, I think that Schwoz
is just like, a master of diphthongs. Why don’t you give us
all a sentence to say and we’ll see who can do it the best? Henry Danger saw a lady
in his bathroom. “Henry Danger saw a lady
in his bathroom.” “In his bathroom.” That’s what you sound like,
you sound like, “Henry Danger saw a lady
in his bathroom.” Hey, can you do it again? – Henry.
– You do it, no, you do it, Karen. “Henry Danger saw a lady
in his bathroom.” Na, now you just have southern,
mine was probably better. Yours was southern! “Henry Danger saw a lady
in his bathroom.” – Somehow, the best.
– The end was really bad, but… “Henry Danger sa–” – That was really good!
– That was really good! – He’s around her!
– Keep going, keep going! “Saw a lady in his bathroom.” – That was really good!
– That was really good! That was good, close your eyes
and that was just– that’s amazing. – I’m with Schwoz all the time. – Yeah, we spend a lot of time together.
– They do, that’s true. “Saw a lady in his bathroom.” Oh, that was good, that was good. OK, so the best part
of Piper’s high tea party was… – Piper.
– Piper. Was Piper, as is every scene, um… and was
Schwoz’s interpretive dance. [music playing] [laughing] I was wondering if, Michael, would you
delight us with some interpretive dance? Absolutely, I would love to. – Get up there, buddy boy.
– I’m so excited. And now, for the
interpretive dance styling’s of Michael D. Cohen,
but first, some music. [singing in harmony] [screaming] [singing in harmony] [screaming] Woo! Honestly, that took the life from me
and then it gave it right back. Wow, it just snatched your soul. Sna– soul snatching! Michael D. Cohen, interpretive dance. – Thank you, you were great.
– Dr. Dance, everybody. Alright guys, er… we were gonna play
a really fun game of Tic, Tac, Toe but budget cuts, I couldn’t afford
any ‘X’s and ‘O’s, so I have Ella some yoghurt,
Sean some chocolate… Um… and to give you some incentive
to win this super fun game, the winner gets… To pie the loser in the face. So… I thought there was something suspicious. – Something is suspicious.
– Can I go first? – Alright, Ella.
– Should we rowshambow for it? – I dunno, rowshambow…
– No, no, use your hands. I’m OK, thanks. – Whoa.
– What is that? Ella is a minus,
Sean you should be a plus then. No, I’m a– I’m a ‘X’. – Oh.
– That definitely looks like an ‘X’. [laughing] – Ah!
– Oh! – Awesome, OK.
– Awesome. Come on, guys, you can get this. – Oh!
– Wonderful! Beautiful! – OK.
– Wonderful, wanna smell it? You’re gonna have to stop that
from happening, Sean. – Hey!
– OK. The first block has been made by Sean. OK, very good! Ella, coming up on the side there. Now, I know that there is strategy
to Tic, Tac, Toe, – I don’t happen to know what it is.
– Come on! Who wants this, guys?
You guys could win this amazing pie, OK? – Who wants to win?
– Oh! Sean won! Here it comes. You’re not my friend anymore
if you do it. Here we go! Alright El, you gotta get a pie
to the face now, babe. – Alright.
– I’m sorry, those were the rules. No, catch me if you can,
you can’t get me! Oh no, well if she’s not gonna be there,
then you can’t do it. – Hey, wait, wait, wait, wait.
– No, no! Oh! Ah! Thank you, Sean. Thank you for coming
to the After Party! – Thank you!
– Thank you! That’s what I get, what I get.

100 thoughts on “Henry Danger: The After Party | Budget Cuts πŸ’΅ | Nick

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    karen walks in with candy bar

    sean is mumbling about it being his
    karen looks at sean

    "Oh! I stole this from your dressing room!"

    sean stares at her for 15 seconds straight

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