– How’s it going? – Good, how are you? – It’s going good. I had to eliminate the last person because she wasn’t into the puppet. So. – Interesting. (buzzer) (laughs) – [Narrator] Welcome to The Button. A speed dating show. When the button lights up red, either player may press it and swap out their date for a new person. – You have been eliminated. – [Narrator] If two
people can last on a date for ten minutes, they win an all expenses paid second date. – Welcome to The Button. – Hey what’s up I’m Nick. – Hey, how you doin’ I’m Tai. – Nice to meet you Tai. – Nice to meet you too. – The date begins now. – Do you know how this go? – I think so? – Yeah it can hear us. It be hearin’ us. It be talkin’ to us. – I hear all. – See, ain’t nobody got time for that. Whatchu do today? – Nothing much. I’m just taking a gap year
from college right now so I just woke up and
cleaned my room and stuff. – Oh yeah, yeah. How old are you? – I’m 19. – You’re 19? You’re 19? – I know I always– – I’m 26. You got kids? – No, not yet. – I got kids. – What? – Yeah. – Okay, well I’m a let you, (buzzer) you know run it back. – It’s nice to meet you. – Okay, at least you had a round. – Why did you eliminate him? – You sent in here a 19 year olds. ‘Kay, I got kids. – He’d make a good father. – What? Hello. – Hello. – Hi what’s your name? – I’m, James. – How tall are you? – I’m 6′ 7″. – The date begins now. – Yeah, this is our date. Yeah, it’s pressure. Are you nervous? – I am excited nervous. – Okay. Ask some questions to get you– – Okay, what do you do for fun? – I smoke weed. – I smoke a lot too. (laughs) – We’re kicking it. That’s about what I do for fun. I mean, I have kids so you know I’m pretty much a homey mom right now, so kicking it is not really my forte. – Oh no. – You got– (buzzer) Oh, bye. It was nice to meet you. – You have been eliminated. – Dude, I feel bad. – Why did you eliminate her? – I’m not ready to be like a stepdad or nothing like that. I’m just not, I don’t know man. I’m young, so I’m sorry. Hello. – Hi. – I’m James. – I’m Vesta. How tall are you? – I am 6′ 7″. – Wow. – May I ask how tall you are? – 5′ 4″. – 5’ 4″. Cool. No? – Too late. – Too late, I’m sorry. Yeah, that’s awkward. (laughs) (buzzer) – You have been eliminated. Why did you eliminate him? – Because he gave himself away. – Hi. – What’s going on? I’m Sam. – Hi, Vesta. – It’s nice to meet you. – Who’s that? – I couldn’t find anyone to babysit. I just decided to bring him along. – Are you a ventriloquist? – No, he doesn’t talk he just– – How much money do you guys make? – It’s an awfully personal question. – Depends on the week. – What do you do for work? – I’m a professional cuddler
and I also make jewelry. – Nice, seems like a good line of work. – It is, it is. – Do you guys find each other attractive? – Yes, you’re attractive. – What about the puppet? – He’s cute. (laughs) (buzzer) – Why did you press me? – You know, she seemed
hesitant about the puppet so, kind of a deal breaker for me. – How’s it going? – Good how are you? – It’s going good. I had to eliminate the last
because she wasn’t into the puppet. So. – Interesting. (buzzer) (laughs) – Why, Cosmo? – ‘Cause the puppet. (laughs) – Puppets are cute. – I don’t know. Not that one. – Hi. – How’s it going? – Good. How are you? – Pretty good. – What’s your name? – Wagane. – Wagane? – Why are you guys single? – That’s a good question. You go first. (laughs) – I don’t know, I just
have really high standards and I’m busy. – Do I meet those standards?
– What? – Do I meet those standards? – I don’t know. – Wagane?
– [Wagane] Yes sir. – When was the last time you had sex? – A month ago. – How about you, Cosmo? – It’s been like a year. – Oh, okay. Do you miss it? – You take it or leave it honestly. (laughs) – That was funny. I do miss it. (laughs) – Wagane wants to date
someone who is thicc. What is thicc? (laughs) – Well you know a person that’s healthy. (laughs) – I do not understand. Is Cosmo thicc? (laughs) – Imma get canceled. (buzzer) (laughs) – You have been eliminated. – Hi. – How’s it going? – Good, how are you. – Good. My name’s Thurston. – I’m Cosmo. – Nice to meet you. What do you do for work? – I’m a line cook. – Oh nice, nice. – What do you do? – I serve and bartend. – Sick. – We’re similar, like a similar deal. – [Cosmo] Hell, yeah. – Thurston, have you ever been to jail? – No, I’ve, I’ve been in the back of a police cruiser but have never been to jail. – Why? – I used to take out my parents’ car when I was, like, fifteen. So, you probably shouldn’t do that. – Cosmo likes sensitive bros. Are you a sensitive bro? – A sensitive bro? Yeah, I mean like, (laughs) Honestly, I cry over
like everything like TV. Not like everything real
life, but a sad story arc, like I’m a fucking sucker. – Whoa, what’s your sign? – I’m a Capricorn. – Whoa. – What’s your sign? – Cancer. – Cancer, okay I don’t know
very many Cancers, actually. – They’re known for crying a lot. You’ll catch me crying. (laughs) – We can cry together. (laughs) – Do you guys find each other attractive? – Yep. – Yeah, you’re pretty cute. – Hold each other’s hands. – My hands are sweaty ’cause I’m nervous. – What minute are we at, Button? – You guys are getting pretty close. – What are the other guys out there like? Should I hit the button? – I think you’re pretty cool. I definitely would go on
a second date with you. – Awesome. – Would you guys go on a second date with each other? – Yes, we just said that. (laughs) – I’m sorry. – Do we hit the button in victory now? – No. – [Cosmo] No.
– No? – Don’t touch me. Congratulations, you have won The Button. (laughs) – So where are we going? Do you have any ideas? – The date is over. – Edible? The date’s over but– – Leave. (laughs) – Bye Button, thanks!