– (bride) …I am today.
– Tearing up. – Anything with dogs.
– (Fry) I’ll never forget him. – Cartoon or real,
it’s gonna make me cry. (sniffles) ♪ (industrial music) ♪ – (FBE) All right, so today,
we’re going to do a challenge. – Oh dear.
– (FBE) A challenge that we have not yet done
with the college kids before. – Kind of scaring me.
What challenge is it? – (FBE) This is going
to be a Try Not to Cry Challenge. – Oh, I’m gonna be good at this.
I’m not a crier. I’m not sensitive like that.
– I’m a man, so I only cry at romantic comedies, sunsets, anyone that’s ever mean
to me in the comments. – I cry at yogurt commercials.
– We cry at everything. – Let’s get ready. Good thing
I wore waterproof mascara. – I know.
– (FBE) So after each one, whether or not it not made you cry,
we’re gonna have you rate them on a scale of one to five based on
how emotional you thought they were. – Okay. If you show me
some soldiers coming home, bro, I swear to god… – You’re gonna get
a lot of fives from me, ’cause I just get emotional
over everything. – (FBE) We have one more thing
for you just in case. – Are you gonna put tissues right…
Honestly, I feel like the pressure to cry is on,
so I’m not gonna cry. – This is traumatizing, ’cause
I know it’s gonna be pouring down. – I’m already crying.
That’s so nice of you guys. – “Wife gives husband kidney”?! – (man) Carter Kieboom for the… – (woman) I think that’s
a little special insert. – (man) Brent Phillips.
Looks like a baseball card. – (woman) What does it
say on the back? – Okay, it’s already really cute.
– (woman) Who’s on it? – (man chuckles) That’s so cool.
– (woman) Is it an up-and-coming? – (woman) Who is it?
– (man) Yeah, it looks like it. – See, I’m ready for this one ’cause I’ve seen it.
– (man) Ay, look, it’s me. – Aww.
– (woman) What’s it say on the back? – (man) “Steve’s had
a lot on his plate. With his health issues,
he has been striking out a lot.” – Oh my gosh. – (woman giggles) Baseball pun. – (giggles) They’re
so cute together. – (Steve) “He was not sure
how he was going to wind up. His wife, Heather,
thinks he is a great catch.” – I love the puns. So cute. – (Steve) “So she’s excited
to go to bat for him. Now Steve will be a rookie recipient
at Vanderbilt Trans…” – Aww. No, please! Please! No, stop. – (Steve) “Now Steve
will be a rookie recipient at Vanderbilt Trans…”
– That’s true love. – Aw. See, already I start
to cry. It’s so cute. – (Heather, tearfully) Found out
today while I was at work that I’m a match. (cries) – He’s so happy.
– (sympathetically) Mm. – That’s really touching.
– Aw. Now they really can’t get divorced.
You have my kidney. – (Steve) You saving my life?
– (Heather) Yes. We’re a match. – Damn. I’m already
tearing up a little bit. – (Heather) I love you.
– See, but this doesn’t make me sad. This is cute. This is love.
This is happiness. This is family. This is all of the good things
in the world. – (Heather) I love you.
– Aww. That’s so sweet. I mean, don’t you have to
be the right match and everything for that?
That’s so lucky. – I feel it back here. It’s not coming out,
but I feel it. My brother had to
get a kidney transplant, and I was doing everything,
all my research, trying to find out if I was even able
to give up a kidney for him, so it’s, like, I understand this
on such a personal level and it hits home. – (FBE) So, scale of one to five, how much emotional
does that make you? – I’ll give it a solid three.
– A four. – A three.
– Yeah. I’ll give it a three, too. – Obviously five. It’s really sweet.
– I would give this a three. – That was a four. If it was, like,
“I have to give my heart up for you,” I’d be like, oh, damn. – I give that a four. I give–
Like, that’s deep. – When I first watched it,
it was a four. But right now for me, it was a two.
– That’s a four. That is a very emotional video. – Three? ‘Cause it
wasn’t full on crying, but it was really heart touching.
– (bride) I want you to be safe and to try your hardest and to be…
– Oh, weddings! No, they always get me.
– Oh, I watched this one. – Oh! I watched this this morning
and the little kid starts crying. – (bride) Don’t cry, baby.
– Oh, stop! – (bride) Don’t cry, baby.
– (groom and audience laugh) – Aww, the little boy. – (bride) I know that you
and I will butt heads. – (boy crying)
– Oh my god, he’s crying so hard. – Hopefully he’s excited
about them getting married and not upset about it, though. – Aww, baby. Oh my gosh.
That is so cute! – (bride) …with all my heart,
that as you become a grown man, you will understand my message…
– And now I have allergies. (laughs) – (bride) …all my heart,
that as you become… – Oh my god. I can’t–
I don’t even like kids! Like, this is getting to me,
and I don’t even like children! – (bride) You have helped
shape me into the woman that I am today…
– Tearing up. – (bride) And I may not
have given you the gift of life… – He failed the Try Not
to Cry Challenge. – (bride) But life surely
gave me the gift of you. – Aww, is she becoming his stepmom? That’s cute.
– (fawning) Oh. – Aww. That is so cute!
– That was good. – The only reason I’m not crying
is ’cause I watched this this morning and cried. (laughs)
– I’m sorry for tearing up. (laughs) This is why I don’t watch
those Facebook videos in public. – I would say three again.
– It’s a good three. It was really, really sentimental.
– Touching, yeah. – That was more adorable
than emotional. I’d give that a two. – Probably just a three. It was cute
but it’s not super emotional – It was sweet, but,
I mean, it was a one. Am I dead? Like… (laughs).
Should I have cried at that? – When I first saw it,
it was a five. I cried. But now that I’m seeing it again,
I’m kind of used to it, so I’m gonna say a three.
– Three. It made me more happy than it did make me super emotional
to the point where I would cry. – I think it was a one.
– Three, ’cause I think it was really cute
more than anything. – Five! Like… I’m not crying,
but I was tearing up. Seems really sweet, you know? It seems like that
should be the norm. – If you marry someone,
and they have a child, and you are that dedicated
to that child who is not even your blood,
like, 10 out of 10. Five. That was a five for me. ♪ (heartwarming music) ♪
(speaking Hindi) – Oh jeez. – Aww. – Man, this would make
a great Lifetime movie. – Aww. (ambulance sirens blaring) – Mom came back? Or is she getting adopted? – Dude, things with children
always get me, man. – Aww. – Aww, that’s
like my mom. (chuckles) – Oh my gosh. Am I actually gonna cry?
This is so cute. – (chuckles) Wow, okay. – Oh my gosh. This is
so [bleep] relevant. Holy shit. – I just wanna let you know,
I’m wiping my eyelash, not crying. – (laughs) That’s
totally my mom and I. – I told you this would
make me more mad than sad. I’m sad, but I am,
like, angry sad. – Yes. You go. – Oh my god.
Why am I crying? – (chuckles) Vicks’ [bleep] doing it right.
I teared up hard during that video. – Usually the mom stuff
gets me, but… I mean, that one
didn’t really get me. – I love when companies
do stuff like that, because then I’m, like,
yes, then I will solely buy all Vicks’ products. I want
to endorse that kind of message. – That one was good.
I’m on the brink, guys. – I’m on the brink.
– (chuckles) Tears are coming. We used to work a lot
with foster kids and stuff, so that was…
– Yeah, that one was good. That one touched
a little closer to home. – (FBE) So according to information
for the people who made the video, the mom in this commercial,
who is transgender, is actually not an actor.
It’s really her, and she’s legally unable to adopt
her daughter due to laws in India. – That makes it all
even more heartbreaking. – It makes me so mad.
It’s, like, everyone is entitled to basic human rights,
basic human and civil rights. That’s the law. A God-given law
that that’s how it should be. And so many countries
just take it away, and it’s a [bleep] shame. – I don’t think it’s right at all. Aww. It’s really sad that
our world is like that. (tearfully) It doesn’t matter
what her life was before, or what her life is like now. She wants a child,
and this child needs a home. – That’s a four.
– That was a solid five. – Fives for sure.
– That was a five. – Five, yeah.
– If I could give it a 15, I would give it a 15.
– It’s a four, ’cause it’s really touching.
– Two as, personally, I didn’t get emotional.
– That just really puts things into perspective
for me personally. Five. – I think I would give that a four. – That was a little bit
of the medical. It was a little bit of the children,
a little bit of the family. I’ll give it a four.
– Three, ’cause I get emotional about that stuff to where I hate
how ignorant people are. – Definitely a five. I appreciate
everything my mom does for me when I’m sick, when I’m healthy,
every day, that’s something that touches me personally,
because I do have such a great relationship
with my mom. – (Farnsworth) It seems Seymour died
at the ripe old age of 15. – 15?
– Ah, not this one. This one got me.
– NO! God, not Seymour.
– It’s the monologue where Seymour’s waiting
outside of the pizza shop for Fry, but he never comes back! – (Fry) I had Seymour
till he was three. That’s when I knew him,
and that’s when I loved him. – Anything with dogs.
– (Fry) I’ll never forget him. – Cartoon or real,
it’s gonna make me cry. (sniffles) – (Fry) But he forgot me
a long, long time ago. – Oh my gosh.
– No, he didn’t! He was waiting for you! – ♪ …takes forever ♪
(dog whines) – Oh no.
– Oh no. – ♪ I’ll wait for you ♪ – No, is he waiting for him?
– The song too! Like, [bleep] you, Futurama! – How do you leave
a cute little puppy outside? – Oh my god, he’s just slowly dying. – The saddest freaking
moment on television. – ♪ …will wait for you ♪
– (sighs) – I’m actually,
like… (laughs) – ♪ I will… ♪ – If you wanted to make me cry,
you should’ve shown me Brian’s death on Family Guy. – Cartoons don’t really make me sad.
Humans make me sad. – I’m good now, because I’ve
seen this so many times, but I’ll have you know,
when I first watched this, I legit cried. – When I first saw
that episode, I was in tears. You literally see everything,
and everything aging with him, and it’s like, he’s still
waiting there for Fry. That was the worst. – That was the worst one
you showed me, honestly. (chuckles) Woo! There’s a little
something in there. I’m just gonna suck it back in. – (FBE) So lastly,
where does this one rank on the emotional scale?
– That’s a four. – That was a two.
– A two, ’cause it was sad, but it wasn’t, like…
not like the last video. – That was a five too,
for different reasons entirely. – Five! He died waiting for Fry,
and he’ll never know, and it’s really emotional.
– A one, because of the fact that… I don’t know. It was just, like,
aww, cute cartoon puppy. – That’s a frickin’ five.
When I first saw that, that like… I was thinking
about that for a week. – Two, because it’s an animated dog. – Three, because it was a cartoon,
but obviously, it’s a dog, so I’m not gonna downgrade it. – It was a one. I felt for the dog,
but also, I knew it was a cartoon. – That’s a five.
For me, in my heart, I remember watching that episode
for the first time, and that was a 10
the first time I watched that! I just wanna hug my dog.
It was like, “I love you. I’ll never leave you.” – (FBE) So, you cried.
– Yeah. I’m generally an emotional person. – The funny thing is,
I expected to cry, but I expected to cry a lot more.
– Yeah. – I put myself through it, but I
watch these videos all the time. – (FBE) So, you didn’t cry. – I think someone took
my tear ducts out overnight. – Hopefully I’m not dead inside,
and I’m not the only one who didn’t tear up or anything.
– I’ll try to take it on again, but I don’t know.
Now I’m all sad. We had some good times,
we had some bad times, but we got through it together. – Thanks for watching another
episode of College Kids React. – (tearfully) Subscribe
and hit the bell so you know when we release new episodes. – (sniffles) Bye, guys. – (somberly) Hey, guys.
Ethan here from FBE. Thank you so much for
watching this episode. (sniffles) If you wanna check out
more episodes, we have those down below.
(sobs) See you.

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